Faith Community Church in Dallas, Texas

Faith Community Church in Dallas, Texas

Comments

Are you a caregiver? Do you know people who are caregivers? We may be the group for you! Caregivers Warriors is a community created to bring a voice to family caregivers, and related care-industry professionals, who are caring for a parent, spouse, or loved one. Please feel free to invite additional members to the group that may benefit from these discussions. https://www.facebook.com/groups/caregiverwarrior
LEASE PRAY FOR MY DAUGHTER AND I AND PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO AND ASK THE CONGREGATIOMIF THEY WOULD TAKE UP AN OFFERING FOR MY KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
https://youtu.be/ PLEASE PRAY FOR MY DAUGHTER AND I AND PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO AND ASK THE CONGREGATION IF THEY WOULD TAKE UP AN OFFERING FOR MY KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
Great things are happening at IDEA. We are still in need of guest speakers, mentors and community partners. Monday we will be having an open house from 5-8. Please stop by to meet and see some of our young entrepreneurs in action.
I love the way you LOVE GOD...
keep up the good work....
I MISS YOUR SERMONS PASTOR..KEEP UP THE GOOD GODLY WORK....
That's awesome. God's blessings and protection for Faith Community Church.

We Believe... In the Trinity, God the Father, Son, Holy Spirit. That Jesus Christ died for our sins, rose from the dead and is seated at the right hand..

We Are A Church Where... Every member can be fully known and fully loved. Every member experiences authentic community, love and wholeheartedly pursues the imitation of Christ. The ultimate authority is God's Word and is the manual for life and wisdom. God's Word is taught creatively and with relevance. God's Word is studied with expectation, heard with anticipation and applied with passion.

Mission: Building the Kingdom of God by Knowing God and Making Him Known to Others.

faithcommunityfamily.org

Faith Community Church

A worldwide epidemic!

There is no difference, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus. (Romans 3:22-24)
We see and hear the headlines of this killer disease that to sweep across the continents, devastating nations and decimating populations. We live through the constant news over televisions; trying to catch the latest breaking news. Such an event has certainly grab the 'number one spot' in all the headlines.

But actually, there’s a more deadly disease at work in the world, and has been so for centuries. But because it does its work silently and surreptitiously, no one hardly notices it is there, though its symptoms and signs are around for all to see. It is what we might call these days a genetic disease, for it goes right back to the first parents of the human race who have passed it on to every one of their descendants ever since. It is the disease is that the Bible calls 'sin'.

Like any diagnosis of a serious illness, the identifying of this most basic human condition is not popular; for being called 'sinners' hits right at our pride. Yet it is only when we recognize that our most fundamental problem is sin that we can begin to see a way out. For, the good news is—there is a cure! (Imagine the headlines now: 'Miracle cure discovered—world saved!'). God Himself has provided a cure for this condition, just as he promised on the very day that Adam and Eve first sinned. The cure is his own Son, the Lord Jesus Christ; the dosage is to believe what he did for us when he died on the cross in our place and dealt with our condition once and for all.

No matter how you may feel you have failed God, no matter how bad you have been, the epidemic of sin in your life has been dealt with by Jesus. All you need to do is to reach out to Him once again and enjoy the relief of being cured!
Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death. (Romana 8:1-2)

If you’re feeling like a failure because you’ve sinned. Simply agree with God by what He has already done for you (1 John 1:9). Trust God and do what His Word tells you. You will experience God's presence, and He will give you victory.

Come worship with us this Sunday on our watch party on FaceBook at 10:30 AM.

Stay Connected!

Rick L. Cooper, Senior Pastor
Faith Community Church
Phone: 214-282-2496
www.faithcommunityfamily.org
Embassy Suites
13131 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243
Service Time 10:30 AM
Cheryl ReneeCharlene Powell AtkinsDeAngela EkugwumSam EkugwumRoyal HardemanWanda HardemanCrystal HambezzySammie HightowerAdriana SamuelKettering PerryKerry MickensDwayne R. ChambersSanford Outlaw Jr.Jalia JohnsonJason TurnerJames KingsHarold LaceyChantel LaNeice JonesMarvin LoweAshley BondsTheda PageTerence GoodsRonald Boss SilasDawn WhiteDavid WeyandDana StewardJill TownsendJoe JohnsonArlene MangrumOlivia ArmstrongCynthia Hawthorne ArmstrongFlorence McKinneyRegina RollinsReginald CooperRenee BattleHenry DraughonHenry HammonsKaisha LittletonJohn GibsonDawn ConnerDawn WhiteDaNeetra WalkerTizita SeifuTierra Dawson

faithcommunityfamily.org

faithcommunityfamily.org

Faith Community Church

A worldwide epidemic!

There is no difference, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus. (Romans 3:22-24)
We see and hear the headlines of this killer disease that to sweep across the continents, devastating nations and decimating populations. We live through the constant news over televisions; trying to catch the latest breaking news. Such an event has certainly grab the 'number one spot' in all the headlines.

But actually, there’s a more deadly disease at work in the world, and has been so for centuries. But because it does its work silently and surreptitiously, no one hardly notices it is there, though its symptoms and signs are around for all to see. It is what we might call these days a genetic disease, for it goes right back to the first parents of the human race who have passed it on to every one of their descendants ever since. It is the disease is that the Bible calls 'sin'.

Like any diagnosis of a serious illness, the identifying of this most basic human condition is not popular; for being called 'sinners' hits right at our pride. Yet it is only when we recognize that our most fundamental problem is sin that we can begin to see a way out. For, the good news is—there is a cure! (Imagine the headlines now: 'Miracle cure discovered—world saved!'). God Himself has provided a cure for this condition, just as he promised on the very day that Adam and Eve first sinned. The cure is his own Son, the Lord Jesus Christ; the dosage is to believe what he did for us when he died on the cross in our place and dealt with our condition once and for all.

No matter how you may feel you have failed God, no matter how bad you have been, the epidemic of sin in your life has been dealt with by Jesus. All you need to do is to reach out to Him once again and enjoy the relief of being cured!
Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit who gives life has set you free from the law of sin and death. (Romana 8:1-2)

If you’re feeling like a failure because you’ve sinned. Simply agree with God by what He has already done for you (1 John 1:9). Trust God and do what His Word tells you. You will experience God's presence, and He will give you victory.

Come worship with us this Sunday on our watch party on FaceBook at 10:30 AM.

Stay Connected!

Rick L. Cooper, Senior Pastor
Faith Community Church
Phone: 214-282-2496
www.faithcommunityfamily.org
Embassy Suites
13131 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243
Service Time 10:30 AM
Rebecca Anderson-DavisAlicia Brown YoungAngie CooperAngelia BeaversAnthony SmithAngela ColemanAdriann GriffinAnthony HinesTobie BradfordBernadette BooneMichael BooneEbony BrownBobbie PattersonWatch Party for Faith Community ChurchCory Steward PerryKindrela CulverYourCuz KishaMichelle Daniels-SmithMichelle SimpkinsMichelle Nickleberry DrewAdrian LedayMartha AlexanderKaren BrownCarla NostawCarlton Cooper Sr.Carlton CooperY-vonne St JohnVanessa Robinson WashingtonDesmond CooperRobin ToliverRoger GrantCherise McCallA'Sista Project • Cheryl GrantMillicent Martin PooleDeborah Foxx StewartErica WardH.E. WhiteSharae DavisSheila Creft-TerryPam GreenCharles GreenPatrick Hampton

faithcommunityfamily.org

faithcommunityfamily.org

Faith Community Church

"It Might Glitter but It's Not Gold"

“So Shishak king of Egypt came up against Jerusalem, and took the treasures of the house of the LORD and the treasures of the king's palace. He took everything; he even took the golden shields which Solomon had made. Then King Rehoboam made shields of bronze in their place and committed them to the care of the commanders of the guard who guarded the door of the king's house.” (2 Chronicles 12:8-9)

The passage reveals a story often overlooked by many Christians. it is a sad story but my dear friend how true that it is even today in many lives. The king Shishak had invaded Jerusalem and stole the treasures right out of the house of God, and even from the king’s house itself. In the process of rumbling through the great treasure he took the gold shields, Solomon had furnished the gold for these shields. The shields were a beautiful sight to behold, 300 in all, 300 bright shining shields, the shields were to be used as the King went from place to place. The king would leave the palace and the guards would be displaying the great gold shields, it was such a sight, as he returned to the palace there they would be once again.

Instead of king Rehoboam trying to go and get the shields back, he done one of the most foolish things a man could ever do, he made some shields out of brass. As the King would enter and return, there the guards would be holding these fake shields, they may have shined, they may have glowed, they may have glittered, but my friend they were not gold. How many of us have lost the gold of our lives to Satan, to the world, to the flesh, instead of reclaiming our lost treasures we replaced them with fake treasures? Can you identify with this story, can you see the brass shields in your life, I would dare say that you know just what they are and where you lost the real thing?

It would do us all much good to realize that everything that shines is not always silver and everything that glows is not always gold. Often, we settle for polished brass when God wants us to have so much more. In order to have the best we must fight for it, defend it, if it ever gets stolen, we must hastily go and reclaim it!!!

1. The Forfeiting of the Gold Shields—The High Cost
2. The Faking of the Gold Shields—The Hushed Cover Up
3. The Forsaking of the Gold Shields—The Hideous Crime

Now, Jesus made all things new! He did it on the Cross for me and you. 2 Corinthians 5 verse 17say:
“Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.”

So, experience the new you and worship with us in Spirit and Truth this Resurrection Sunday on our watch party on Facebook at 10:30 AM.

Stay Connected!

Rick L. Cooper, Senior Pastor
Faith Community Church
Phone: 214-282-2496
www.faithcommunityfamily.org
Embassy Suites
13131 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243
Service Time 10:30 AM
Brian JohnsonBrian JohnsonValencia AlexanderTiara CooperY-vonne St JohnDave J Jenkins JrShaniqua WallaceSherry BurkeDawn WhiteTierra DawsonRobin ToliverRoyal HardemanAmber HardemanHarold LaceyCrystal HambezzyCharlene Powell AtkinsCherise JonesCheryl ReneeJohn OjodeMichelle CooperCarlton CooperCarlton Cooper Sr.Patricia Cooper SingleterryPam GreenCharles GreenCharles GladneyMichael Schnell GlassMichael S. GriffinAdriann GriffinAdrian LedayPatrick TannerTiffany HesterNicole CatlettPatricia IgaTizita SeifuGlenn Anthony AllenJill TownsendJoe JohnsonTobie BradfordDavid L BrathwaitePaul D FregiaAdriana SamuelMillicent Martin PooleHenry HammonsHenry DraughonJohn EatonDawn WhiteH.E. White

faithcommunityfamily.org

faithcommunityfamily.org

Faith Community Church

"It Might Glitter but It's Not Gold"

“So Shishak king of Egypt came up against Jerusalem, and took the treasures of the house of the LORD and the treasures of the king's palace. He took everything; he even took the golden shields which Solomon had made. Then King Rehoboam made shields of bronze in their place and committed them to the care of the commanders of the guard who guarded the door of the king's house.” (2 Chronicles 12:8-9)

The passage reveals a story often overlooked by many Christians. it is a sad story but my dear friend how true that it is even today in many lives. The king Shishak had invaded Jerusalem and stole the treasures right out of the house of God, and even from the king’s house itself. In the process of rumbling through the great treasure he took the gold shields, Solomon had furnished the gold for these shields. The shields were a beautiful sight to behold, 300 in all, 300 bright shining shields, the shields were to be used as the King went from place to place. The king would leave the palace and the guards would be displaying the great gold shields, it was such a sight, as he returned to the palace there they would be once again.

Instead of king Rehoboam trying to go and get the shields back, he done one of the most foolish things a man could ever do, he made some shields out of brass. As the King would enter and return, there the guards would be holding these fake shields, they may have shined, they may have glowed, they may have glittered, but my friend they were not gold. How many of us have lost the gold of our lives to Satan, to the world, to the flesh, instead of reclaiming our lost treasures we replaced them with fake treasures? Can you identify with this story, can you see the brass shields in your life, I would dare say that you know just what they are and where you lost the real thing?

It would do us all much good to realize that everything that shines is not always silver and everything that glows is not always gold. Often, we settle for polished brass when God wants us to have so much more. In order to have the best we must fight for it, defend it, if it ever gets stolen, we must hastily go and reclaim it!!!

1. The Forfeiting of the Gold Shields—The High Cost
2. The Faking of the Gold Shields—The Hushed Cover Up
3. The Forsaking of the Gold Shields—The Hideous Crime

Now, Jesus made all things new! He did it on the Cross for me and you. 2 Corinthians 5 verse 17say:
“Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.”

So, experience the new you and worship with us in Spirit and Truth this Resurrection Sunday on our watch party on Facebook at 10:30 AM.

Stay Connected!

Rick L. Cooper, Senior Pastor
Faith Community Church
Phone: 214-282-2496
www.faithcommunityfamily.org
Embassy Suites
13131 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243
Service Time 10:30 AM
Angela ColemanAngie CooperAnthony HinesAngelia BeaversRebecca Anderson-DavisRegina RollinsReginald CooperSharae DavisMarci HaileyMarvin LoweMarian BrownMartha AlexanderSanford Outlaw Jr.Olivia ArmstrongCherise McCallCorey KirkendollCory Steward PerryWayman GuinnErica WardLevi ChrissAnthony SmithRoger GrantA'Sista Project • Cheryl GrantMichelle SimpkinsMichelle Nickleberry DrewMichael SteptoeLinda Gail SteptoeShelia D. LittletonYourCuz KishaKindrela CulverJames KingsJames MinorChantel LaNeice JonesPatrick HamptonVanessa Robinson Washington

faithcommunityfamily.org

faithcommunityfamily.org

Faith Community Church

Friends of God

"Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. You are My friends if you do what I command you. No longer do I call you slaves, for the slave does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all things that I have heard from My Father I have made known to you.” (John 15:13-15)

Have you heard people say, "Jesus is my best friend"? Perhaps you've said it yourself. If, by that, you mean Jesus loves you more than anyone else does, that is true. But have you ever asked yourself, "Does God consider me His friend?" Like any relationship, friendship is a two-way street. It's easy for us to count God as one of our friends, but it is quite another thing for God to look upon us as His friend.

You could simply accept all the gifts Christ has for you without ever considering what you could do for Him. You could pray to Him and regularly ask Him for things that would meet your needs. But if you want to express your friendship to Him, Jesus tells you how to know if you are a friend to Him. If you do what He says, you are holding up your end of the relationship.

Those who follow His commands are more than just His disciples; they are His friends. To be a friend to God, you must have a heart like His. You must bear the fruit that He made available to you at the Cross. Galatians 5:22-24 says;

“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. Now those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires."

We must be like Him in spirit. God takes great delight in those who love what He loves. You may protest, "I am Jesus' friend, but I just don't always do what he says!" Jesus said this isn't what His friends do.

Jesus demonstrated his friendship for you on the cross, and He continues to confirm it daily. Ask Him today what he wants you to do to show your friendship to Him.

And Come worship with us in Spirit and Truth this Resurrection Sunday on our watch party on Facebook at 10:30 AM.

Stay Connected!

Rick L. Cooper, Senior Pastor
Faith Community Church
Phone: 214-282-2496
www.faithcommunityfamily.org
Embassy Suites
13131 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243
Service Time 10:30 AM
Terence GoodsTerry AtkinsTerence GreenCherise McCallMarvin LoweJo Anne Reid MitchellReginald CooperJames KingsJames MinorJames MikelLauren McCleanLaKeesha ZunigaLaToshia PowellLavina GreenMichael SteptoeLinda Gail SteptoeMark StricklandShaniqua WallaceSharae DavisShaniqua WallaceTierra DawsonPat WebservicePatrick TannerPatrick HamptonPatricia IgaStephanie HowardStewart AtwaterTizita SeifuJason TurnerJoe JohnsonMarci HaileyFelicia MurphyWrensDallas DiggsDaphne KingDana StewardHenry HammonsHenry DraughonH.E. WhiteMillicent Martin Poole

faithcommunityfamily.org

faithcommunityfamily.org

Faith Community Church

Friends of God

"Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. You are My friends if you do what I command you. No longer do I call you slaves, for the slave does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all things that I have heard from My Father I have made known to you.” (John 15:13-15)

Have you heard people say, "Jesus is my best friend"? Perhaps you've said it yourself. If, by that, you mean Jesus loves you more than anyone else does, that is true. But have you ever asked yourself, "Does God consider me His friend?" Like any relationship, friendship is a two-way street. It's easy for us to count God as one of our friends, but it is quite another thing for God to look upon us as His friend.

You could simply accept all the gifts Christ has for you without ever considering what you could do for Him. You could pray to Him and regularly ask Him for things that would meet your needs. But if you want to express your friendship to Him, Jesus tells you how to know if you are a friend to Him. If you do what He says, you are holding up your end of the relationship.

Those who follow His commands are more than just His disciples; they are His friends. To be a friend to God, you must have a heart like His. You must bear the fruit that He made available to you at the Cross. Galatians 5:22-24 says;

“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. Now those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires."

We must be like Him in spirit. God takes great delight in those who love what He loves. You may protest, "I am Jesus' friend, but I just don't always do what he says!" Jesus said this isn't what His friends do.

Jesus demonstrated his friendship for you on the cross, and He continues to confirm it daily. Ask Him today what he wants you to do to show your friendship to Him.

And Come worship with us in Spirit and Truth this Resurrection Sunday on our watch party on Facebook at 10:30 AM.

Stay Connected!

Rick L. Cooper, Senior Pastor
Faith Community Church
Phone: 214-282-2496
www.faithcommunityfamily.org
Embassy Suites
13131 N Central Expy Dallas, TX 75243
Service Time 10:30 AM
Angelia BeaversAngela ColemanAnthony HinesAngie CooperRebecca Anderson-DavisAlicia Brown YoungKaren BrownBernadette BooneMichael BooneDeAngela EkugwumSam EkugwumYourCuz KishaKindrela CulverRobin ToliverKim RichardsonRegina RollinsSanford Outlaw Jr.Roger GrantA'Sista Project • Cheryl GrantEbony BrownCory Steward PerryNicole CatlettMichelle SimpkinsMichelle Nickleberry DrewCrystal HambezzyAzure SaundersAmber HardemanRoyal HardemanMichael S. GriffinAdriann GriffinCarlton CooperCarlton Cooper Sr.Dean MillsKeith StricklandVanessa Robinson WashingtonJill TownsendY-vonne St John

faithcommunityfamily.org

Want your place of worship to be the top-listed Place Of Worship in Dallas?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Videos (show all)

"FAITH COMMUNITY Informational Video"

Location

Telephone

Address


Embassy Suites Hotel 13131 N Central Expy
Dallas, TX
75240

Opening Hours

Sunday 10:30 - 12:15
Other Religious Centers in Dallas (show all)
The Sanctuary of Dallas The Sanctuary of Dallas
10709 Lake June Rd
Dallas, 75217

The place to discover you. Sunday ~ 10:15am Prayer; 10:30am Worship Wednesday ~ 7:15pm Prayer; 7:30pm Bible Study

Impact Church Spiritual Growth Groups Impact Church Spiritual Growth Groups
2945 Frankford Rd
Dallas, 75287

Prayer/Power Bands are small groups dedicated to prayer and intercession. The "Bands" are tailor for growth through mutual prayer and encouragement.

Church in Deep Ellum Church in Deep Ellum
2513 Main St ( The Door)
Dallas, 75226

You don't fit in church? You don't like organized religion but think God is cool? Come to church in Deep Ellum! Music/Testimonies/Message,

Greater Community First Baptist Church Greater Community First Baptist Church
2828 W Camp Wisdom Rd
Dallas, 75237

Our Vision is Simple: We are not just another Church we are "A PLACE TO BELONG”

St. Luke's Episcopal Church St. Luke's Episcopal Church
5923 Royal Lane
Dallas, 75230

St. Luke’s is a joyous, family-friendly church located in north Dallas. Our traditional and contemporary worship reflects the spirituality of the Episcopal Church and our Bible-based preaching engages the life-giving issues we face.

First Fellowship Community Baptist Church First Fellowship Community Baptist Church
912 E Ledbetter Dr
Dallas, 75216

Joy To Live By Pastor Day Joy To Live By Pastor Day
13355 Noel Rd, Ste 400
Dallas, 75240

Welcome, Joy to Live is a relationship marketing company whose focus is to deliver high quality products to our customers. Whether you are an avid athlete

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
6306 Kenwood Ave.
Dallas, 75214

"How can we live in harmony? First we need to know we are all madly in love with the same God." - St. Thomas Aquinas

Armor Of God Healing Ministries Armor Of God Healing Ministries
18625 Midway Rd
Dallas, 75287

Keep The Whole Armor On!

New Horizons Bible Believers Worship Center New Horizons Bible Believers Worship Center
1026 S Beckley Ave
Dallas, 75203

Agile Church Growth System Agile Church Growth System
743 Virginia Ave NE
Dallas, 30306

The first and only Church Growth System designed by pastors for pastors - membership software, website design and church growth training

CCTOF SACRED DANCE MINISTRY CCTOF SACRED DANCE MINISTRY
14120 Noel Rd
Dallas, 75252

Our dance ministry is broken up into five different , but related sections."S.A.V.E.D"= 18 and up."Purified Praise " = Ages 6-12"Essence of Praise"- Phase II = Ages 13-18Women of Grace (coming Soon) =Ages 50+Spirit of David Project= men/boy