Upcoming Puerto Rico Missions Trip

Mission Trips create opportunities for the lives of all to be touched by God in many unexpected and life changing ways. As a church family, we are prayerfully considering a mission trip to Puerto Rico during the spring break period of 2019 in the last week of March. Our goal would be to serve, listen…… Continue reading Upcoming Puerto Rico Missions Trip

A Farewell Reception for Amanda Warner

On Sunday, July 12, following the worship service, join us for a farewell reception, wishing Amanda well as she leaves her staff position as communications administrator at First Baptist. A note from Amanda: I have truly been blessed this past year to work with and serve some of the kindest people here at The First Baptist…… Continue reading A Farewell Reception for Amanda Warner

Dental Team Gearing Up for Nicaragua Mission Trip

Twenty-five people will be leaving for LAX from our church Thursday, June 11 to catch a plane to Nicaragua. The other 25 will be flying in from elsewhere or on different flights. A Team of Dentists and Dental Students Making up this group are 10 dentists, two dental anesthesiologists, two pediatric dentists, one nurse, one dental…… Continue reading Dental Team Gearing Up for Nicaragua Mission Trip

From Pastor Deena: What about our unanswered prayers?

God calls us to pray unceasingly. Seems like a tall order, doesn’t it? Scripture also tells us to be specific when we ask for what we want. That feels a little selfish, doesn’t it? As I shared with you in a sermon on Sunday, Nov. 9, when praying for suffering to go away – sometimes it…… Continue reading From Pastor Deena: What about our unanswered prayers?

Showing our heart for Redlands’ cancer patients

Jonathan Peske and more than 30 other FBCR members have teamed up to raise $1,000 for cancer-fighting organizations in the Inland Empire. Their fundraising is a part of the Redlands Believe Walk which will take place Sunday, Oct. 5 at 6:30 a.m. Jonathan decided to form the team in an effort to help the church…… Continue reading Showing our heart for Redlands’ cancer patients

Keep the CSU system in your prayers

In December 2011, the Chancellor of the CSU issued Executive Order 1068, which required all campus-recognized student organizations to have their membership and leadership open to all CSU students. While this sounds like an act encouraging tolerance, in practice it means that religious student groups may not require their student leaders to affirm basic statements…… Continue reading Keep the CSU system in your prayers