A Social Media Heart Check

Before social media, life seemed simpler, uncluttered. You knew what you alone were having for dinner, not twenty others. Hours in a day were more productive. Focused. No scroll-and-click distractions. No blog hopping. You hunkered down and worked — or played with your kids or read a good book — without thought as to what... Continue Reading →


This is a video from The Village Church originally posted on their website here. Though we may not realize it week to week, the Lord shapes us through the gathering of the saints, and we must not abandon that gathering. -Matt Chandler Senior Pastor at The Village Church

Let No One Despise You for Your Youth: A Vision for the Next Generation by John Piper

This audio sermon is from DesiringGod.org by John Piper Command and teach these things. Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. Until I come, devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture, to exhortation, to teaching. Do not... Continue Reading →

FBC Graduate 2017- J.T. Messick 

Below is a video interview with J.T. Messick who is one of our high school graduates at FBC Fulton. We wish JT the very best but more than that we pray that he will be an effective gospel witness at the University of Memphis!  https://youtu.be/eorU6YE5i_g

This Changes Everything by Jaquelle Crowe

This Changes Everything by Jaquelle Crowe is one of the absolute best resources that you should read before you graduate high school. Here is a short video on the book! My prayer is that through reading this book, you will see how God's glorious Gospel of Grace changes everything. We simply cannot meet Jesus and remain... Continue Reading →

Should My Middle Schooler Date?

So you have a girlfriend? I ask. Yeah, weve been going out for three weeks now. Oh really? Where exactly are you going? I cant help but respond. As a Middle School minister, this is a common conversation I find myself having with students. What I really want to say to the young man is,... Continue Reading →

5 facts about mothers and Mother’s Day

This Sunday is Mother’s Day. Here are five facts you should know about the holiday and about mothers in America: 1. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation that officially established the first national Mother’s Day holiday to celebrate America’s mothers. Many individual states celebrated Mother’s Day before then, but it was not... Continue Reading →

Parents, Require Obedience of Your Children

I am writing this to plead with Christian parents to require obedience of their children. I am moved to write this by watching young children pay no attention to their parents’ requests, with no consequences. Parents tell a child two or three times to sit or stop and come or go, and after the third... Continue Reading →

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