Duncanville's First Baptist Church

Duncanville's First Baptist Church


Come on Dfbc ... Show us your signs!
Well done! Streaming and audio is getting better and better every Sunday! Even my dear Mama was able to understand everything this morning. God bless your efforts to keep us connected during this time.
Super service today. Thank you Pastor Miguel.
Plenty of signs available.
I borrowed this from someone else. Stands true Pastor Miguel and all the staff are doing a good job in this season!!
Children's Sunday School memory verses and Bible stories are available through the LifeWay Kids app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lifeway.kids https://apps.apple.com/us/app/lifeway-kids/id1274112354 LifeWay and other publishers have apps for all ages to help you continue your study when you don't have your Sunday School book handy. You can even meet your class on Zoom, Skype, or your videoconferencing platform of choice.
Greetings. Appreciated the live feed this morning of the worship service. (Mom didn't want to risk going to the building this morning.) We did have problems with the sound and video stopping for a second or two. Some sort of streaming problem. But I don't know whether the issue is on our end with Spectrum WiFi, which I was using, or on the church's broadcast. But more difficult (for Mom) was that Pastor's voice sounded like he was in a very large building (which he was) with brick walls (which it has) and that the audio stream was coming from a microphone other than his headset directly to the feed. (So observes the acoustic phonetician in your midst.) I hope (for Mom's sake) that the audio streaming can be improved for future live streams. While the video stopping and starting may be on our end and that's life, there's nothing we can do to limit the "sounds like he's in a large brick building with a tin roof" audio. That's on y'all's end. Thanks again!
coming up on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy at Wedgewood Baptist. Bro. Al Meredith shared about this young woman and similar stories when he was one of our rotating interim pastors this past year. At the end of this video he shares the plan of salvation.
brothers of the first of duncanville me and my wife we ​​love all of you have been a blessing to us in these difficult times of our lives that the Lord continues to bless you all. see you soon 😊
Thank you brothers for the prayergram that my wife and I received this day I already understand why my wife has been improving every day in this test where I thought it would be difficult for me but with this letter that I received from you I realize that your prayers Together with mine and my wife, sister Claudia Tinajero, they have been heard by the Lord who lives in the heavens and I inform you that we are very happy for this great church, you brothers of the first of Duncanville greetings and blessings.
Come learn to Square Dance with us!! We love to 'square through four', 'california twirl', 'box the gnat' and dance dozens of other steps so we think you will also. Cliff Dwellers Square & Round Dance Club of Duncanville invites you and your friends to join us to come for two FREE fun dance nights for those who think they might want to learn to square dance. Come give square dancing a whirl to try out our favorite exercise activity with no obligation to sign up for lessons. You will be invited to "square up" with your partner or a member of our club if you come alone for some simple 'walk this way' dance steps that you will ENJOY. *Lessons will be on Thursday evenings beginning February 14th, 7-9p *Lessons will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church, 1302 S Clark Rd, Duncanville. *Come in your casual or every day clothing with comfortable shoes. *Two left feet? No problem! If you can walk, you can learn to square dance. *No partner? Our clubs welcome singles and couples. One of the club members will be your partner for lessons. If you choose to continue lessons, donations are requested to assist the club in paying for our instructor/caller and building use. Contact us for details: Michael at [email protected]; 972-935-7790
Did you buy gifts this weekend that need to be wrapped? Come visit our FREE gift wrapping event Monday and Tuesday. Stop by and relax for a few minutes while we wrap your gifts.

Sunday 9:00 AM - Sunday School 10:30 AM - Morning Worship 6:00 PM - Evening Worship Wednesday 6:00 PM - Prayer and Bible

What type of church is First Baptist? First Baptist Church is a locally active, independent, autonomous church family, under the leadership of the Lord Jesus. We are a voluntary part of the Southern Baptist Convention partnering with other churches in Baptist life both globally and locally. These partnerships allow us to accomplish big goals (send missionaries and educate future ministers) and help smaller congregations (with resources and training). In the Body of Christ we are a part of a big team with a great task. How many people are in the church? Approximately 1,050 names make up the official membership roles, but that numbers are not usually the best way to measure church size. We have approximately 800 regular and involved attendees with about 600 present on any given Sunday. There is plenty of seating for growth and the space to meet all together for a real sense of weekly family reunion and worship Would I be welcome? Absolutely! FBC is a diverse group of individuals, open and excited to welcome all. Age, race, education, religious backgrounds, family make-up and style preference, make up our family. In a family, everyone is valued and we try to bless and touch all who are present. Balance, blend, openness and sincerity is our goal. There is a place for you in this family of faith. What should I wear? There is not a dress code, but we ask that your dress be decent and appropriate for this important time of gathering to worship and bless the Lord. Some will wear suits and dresses, some jeans and shirts, some out of personal preference, some out of necessity. We (and the Lord) are more concerned with what’s on the inside not on the outside. We ask that you use your best judgment. What should I expect at your worship services? You can expect a warm welcome at the entrances and from the family at large. Open, comfortable seating is available for your seating preference. Quality sound and sighting is available from all locations, main floor or balcony. Quality music of various styles is presented with clear guided participation from the leadership. Singing, special music presentations from various choirs and groups, a church orchestra all contributed to a meaningful worship experience and enjoyable song service. The Word of God is preached in a clear and meaning way, teaching, encouraging and proclaiming the Truths of God, with application for daily living. Bring your Bible if you have one, you’ll use it. You will be clearly led through an orderly service, with freedom for personal expression of worship. Morning services are usually dismissed before noon. Do you offer child care during the services? Yes. During all worship services, childcare is provided for infants through five year olds. This service is offered with qualified adults in a secure setting located in the Children’s Building. Vibrating pagers are issued to parents to call them during the services if needed. Childcare is offered for many other programs and ministries, sometimes requiring reservations. Is there a Children’s Church? Yes. Parents of first thru sixth graders are offered the option of Children’s Church if desired. Children’s Church is a worship and teaching time during the regular Sunday morning worship service, with age appropriate teaching and singing, in fun, creative and an exciting format for kids. Children’s Church meets in the Children’s building and parents pick up their kids there after church is dismissed. Children are more than welcome to stay with their parents in the regular worship services. Do you have small group Bible Studies and may I attend? Yes. Bible Study is among the high priorities of First Baptist. Many opportunities are available each week for personal growth through Bible study. The main and ongoing small group Bible study is what we call Sunday School . Every Sunday morning at 9:00, we have Bible Study groups for all ages. Study materials are provided, qualified and gifted teachers share information and lead in meaningful discussion of the Scriptures. These classes also provide socials, prayer support and personal ministry touches. All are welcome to attend or join our Sunday School Ministry. Why is it important to join a church? There are many good reasons to join a church and be an official member. The major reason is that it expresses “Commitment”. We want you to be more than attendees. Here are a few reasons why. A Biblical Reason: Christ is committed to the church and you should be too. “Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her“ (Eph 5:25b) A Cultural Reason: It is an antidote to our society. We live in an age where very few want to be committed to anything. ... a job... a marriage... our country. Membership swims against the current of America’s “consumer religion”. It is an unselfish decision. Commitment always builds character. A Practical Reason: It defines who can be counted on. Every team must have a roster. Every school must have an enrollment. Every business has a payroll. Every army has an enlistment. Membership identifies our family. Each believer brings a wealth of personal resources into the church family that enriches the lives of those who are already members, and when joined with the talents and gifts of those already present, increases our potential to make an impact for Christ in our world. A Personal Reason: It produces spiritual growth. The New Testament places a major emphasis on the need for Christians to be accountable to each other for spiritual growth; you cannot be accountable when you’re not committed to any specific church family. How can I join the church? You can join our church in these ways. First, all members must be believers in Christ, and have a personal relationship with Him, and have followed Christ in obedience, demonstrated by being baptized by immersion. So with this in mind, we have these categories of applying for membership: By Profession of Faith – you tell us you have already become a believer, and request baptism. By Transfer of Membership – This is also called a transfer of membership. This is a promise of membership from another church of like faith and order, subject to receipt of such evidence of membership. By Statement of Faith – By your personal statement, tell us that you are a baptized believer, and have a membership in another church of like faith and order, but records of membership are unavailable. By Watchcare – this is a special category of membership for believers who do not want to formally break ties with another church, a believer awaiting baptism, or other a special membership request pending church decision. If I want to know more, what do you suggest? First Connection is the best starting point for those who really want to know about us in detail. It is an ongoing, thorough, four-week, orientation class that meets weekly on Sunday’s in the Worship Center Parlor at 9:00. These classes are designed to introduce the just curious, nearly member or newly member to the heart of the church. You’ll meet the staff, learn the foundations and functions of the church and all it’s ministries, tour the facilities and have all your questions answered.

Mission: DFBC exists to glorify God by multiplying disciple-makers who invite all people to join JESUS CHRIST in a life-long, life-changing and life-giving journey.

[04/26/20]   Join us Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for a live stream of the service at Duncanville's First Baptist Church.

[04/26/20]   Good morning DFBC family! It is Sunday morning and I can’t wait to celebrate Lord Jesus together! Please remember we have Lord’s supper today. See you in a few minutes!- Pastor Miguel.

Psalm 130:5 says, “I wait for the LORD, my whole being waits, and in his word I put my hope.”

We are not a culture that is disciplined to wait for good things. We live in a world that can transfer money by phone, drive thru for food, order just about everything online and can access information with a few clicks. We constantly look for ways to speed up receiving the things we desire.

However, if we truly desire a relationship with God, it cannot be pushed, pressed, or ordered in our own time or in the way we choose to obtain it. Spiritual maturity and all of God’s blessings that come from it are the fruits of study, obedience, prayer and understanding. God wants our hearts and a heart relationship requires attention, effort, and time.

There are 13 Psalms in scripture that we refer to as the Songs of Ascent. Think of these Psalms as traveling songs that were used for encouragement on a journey and to focus on the faithful and consistent character of God. Through repetition, endurance, and understanding, they reveal spiritual truth.

When you reflect on the scripture and upon the character of God, who do you know Him to be? What are the things God reveals about Himself in His Holy Word? How does that encourage you? What does it teach you? Be still, wait for the Lord, put your hope in his word!

Church, we will observe the Lord's Supper Sunday morning during our 10:30 am worship service. Please prepare your elements of juice and unleavened bread to have them ready for worship.

Stay Strong in the Word and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey: 1 Samuel 14, Psalm 124, Acts 10.
To be courageous means to be willing to follow where we have not been before. Courageous faith challenges us to get out of our comfort zone to see God in action bringing salvation to the world. In today's Bible Journey, we see God using Jonathan to bring salvation to Israel against incredible odds. In Acts 10 we see Peter challenged to bring the Gospel beyond his comfort zone. God wants his people to be courageous witnesses of what only he can do but in order to become his witnesses, we must be able to see things the way God sees them and see ourselves the way God sees us. Are you willing to get out of your comfort zone to gain a new awareness of life and begin to see yourself for who you truly are in Christ? - Pastor Miguel

These are challenging days but our God is greater than any obstacle we may face!

The Lords Supper

Stay Strong in the Word and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey: 1 Samuel 11-13, Psalm 38, Acts 9.
To have faith means to be able to trust God under great pressure. To have faith means that we are willing to obey God even when we don't feel like it. In today's Bible Journey, we have the story of King Saul fighting the Philistines. As pressure mounts and circumstances seem unfavorable, he becomes desperate and tries to do things his way instead of following God's directives (1 Sam. 13:8-23). In the New Testament we see the conversion of Saul, someone who trusted in his own righteousness realizing his best is simply not good enough. When confronted with Jesus even the most religious and self-righteous people need to realize they desperately need a Savior to save them from themselves. As you go about your day today remember that God prefers obedience over sacrifice. God is looking for people after his own heart. Would you be one today? - Pastor Miguel.

1 Chronicles 28:20 (ESV) "Then David said to Solomon his son, 'Be strong and courageous and do it. Do not be afraid and do not be dismayed, for the LORD God, even my God, is with you. He will not leave you or forsake you, until all the work for the service of the house of the LORD is finished. '"

I’ve read this verse many times - Be strong and courageous... Do not be dismayed ... the Lord God is with you BUT I honestly had not completely read the last part of the verse ... until all the work for the service of the house of the Lord is finished. I must do the work of the Lord until it is finished. I must be obedient to the Lord until it is finished. The Lord is not finished with us until we are called home to be with Him. It is important we remain obedient in everyday things - reading our Bible, praying and loving our neighbors. While being obedient in these things the Lord will show us the work He has for us to do.

It is an honor to work along side you church family. May God be glorified in our obedience to Him.

[04/22/20]   Just want thank our church Profesional Administrative Assistants for their hard Work!!! On their day

Stay Strong in the Word and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey: 1 Samuel 9-10, Acts 8.
A Tale of Two Sauls.
Our life-journey comes with unexpected turns. Last year no one could have predicted a global pandemic and the virtual shutting down of the world's economy and yet here we are. In today's Bible journey you will see God working both in a macro and micro level to bring his plan to reality. In 1 Samuel 9-10, we have the story of Saul, a young man from the tribe of Benjamin. God has chosen him to be king but he has a self-esteem problem and sees himself as someone too small (1 Sam. 9:21). In Acts 8, you will see the story of another Saul, ironically from the tribe of Benjamin. This Saul thinks too much of himself and sees himself as someone whose mission is to eliminate the early church (Acts 8:1-3). The problem of both Sauls in their respective stories is that neither of them make room for God's miraculous intervention. For all practical purposes they were living their lives as practical atheists. They may have confessed that they trusted God but lived their lives trusting in their own resources. When God shows up, however, everything changes. The Spirit of God came upon Saul and turned a coward into a king. Jesus crossed paths with Saul the persecutor and turned him into Paul the apostle. How are you living your life today? Are you living your life from your perspective alone or from God's? Maybe there is more that God wants to accomplish through us than our daily routines if we expect the unexpected from him. What do you think God wants to do through you today?- Pastor Miguel

[04/21/20]   A local megachurch was featured in the Dallas Morning News last weekend for great improvisation presenting children SS lessons in our “shelter in place” era. It was a story about the Children’s minister and his elementary age daughter being recorded acting out a parable of Jesus in modern interpretation – and making the video available for all their members to access. They did a great job.

But what I really was thinking as I read the article was how our church is doing that and much more. I am so proud of what they do week in and week out. And in our Covid19 era – they are excelling!

I bet most of you (DFBC members) don’t know the adults that make up our Children SS and ministry programs. Let me describe things they are doing right now to minister to the kids of our families.

Manuela Segura, Hasso Pape, Sherry Sanders and her team (Pam Ramirez and Leonard Claunch) are really busy! These SS teachers prepare weekly videos AND they prepare a “Zoom” lesson every Saturday. Hasso leads 3rd /4th graders; Sherry teachers 5th /6th graders; Manuela is 1st/ 2nd graders.

Ron Lancaster heads our “Worship Kids Style” each Sunday. He and his team produce a video of the lesson for the kids, presented just as they would have experienced it in the room. It’s tremendous!

Rachel Simons and Ratha McClelland are sending out cards to teachers and kids. Sean and Jordan Walkinshaw, and Angie Lopez have been making weekly videos for our preschoolers.

Our children’s mission education (grades 1-6) programming - Royal Ambassadors (RAs) and Girls in Action (GAs) – are led by Ray Lopez, Karen Wright, Miki Kitamura and Elaine Barnard – They too are making weekly videos for the kids.

Julie Lindsey, our Children’s Minister, launched a new DFBC KIDS page to stream the videos. She also is putting them on other church pages to try to reach as many kids/families as possible.

So get to know these wonderful workers! Each one is dedicated to seeing our children grow in the Lord. And more than that – put each worker on your prayer list. Lift them to the Lord daily.

They don’t want praise (though they deserve it and that’s why I’m telling you about them). They covet knowing you are remembering them in your prayers to help them stay creative and strong! Pastor Lee

Stay Strong in the Word and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey: 1 Samuel 6-8, Acts 7.
No one likes to be corrected. In our life journey, every decision we take either draws us closer to God or away from him. In today's Bible journey we see Samuel challenging the people of Israel to repent and turn to God (1 Sam. 7:3). Repentance means to turn back with all of our hearts. In Acts 7, Stephen shows the unbelieving crowd that everything in their nation's history points to the revelation of Jesus the King. I don't know where you are in your personal journey; perhaps you are far away from God trying to figure out a way forward. Maybe you are a follower of Jesus and you actively seek to be obedient to him. Regardless, today's Scripture shows that God is constantly crossing our path and actively seeking to have a personal encounter with us. Sometimes our lifestyle needs to be corrected and sometimes he shows up to encourage us to keep going. Either way, don't miss the chance to follow his trail. As long as you follow him, there is no way to go wrong. - Pastor Miguel.


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Read Mark 4:35-41
Stay Strong
Jesus tells his disciples "Lets go to the other side." They are on their way when suddenly, a storm comes, and the waves are so strong that are shaking the boat. Even the disciples who are fisherman are afraid of dying. During all this Jesus is asleep. Then his disciples wake him up and ask if he doesn't care if they perish. The Lord raises and rebukes the wind and waves, then he ask the disciples "Do you still have not faith? He may ask us the same thing today to us. Possible it has been a difficult year filled with pain or illness, the death of a loved one, or one day when we lost our job, test results from a doctor and we are like the disciples asking are we going to get to the other side. We also ask, Lord do you care? The question, do you still have no faith? He was asking to trust him in the midst of the storm he is not asking us to calm the storm only Him can do that. God has power over the storms of life he is God. The disciples were afraid that they would drown. With Jesus on the boat we will get to the other side, o yes we will go thru storms and very scary times but He is in control and will carry us safely to the other side. Bendiciones

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Stay Strong in the Word and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey: 1 Samuel 3-5, Psalm 23, Acts 6.
Leadership Crisis.
Challenging circumstances bring the best or the worst out of our character. In today's Bible journey you will see how tough times put pressure on leadership structures and resources. For the people of Israel, moral decline culminated in military defeat (1 Samuel 3-5). In the early church, favoritism and preferential treatment were overcome by multiplying leaders (Acts 6). What was the difference between these two examples? The difference was a spiritually dull and complacent leadership contrasted with a Christ-centered Spirit filled leadership. The attitude of Eli vs. the apostles revealed who really was in charge in each case. As Psalm 23 says, when the Lord is our shepherd, we can rest assured we are in good hands. During these challenging times, our hope is not on human institutions but in the Sovereign Lord, maker of heaven and earth. Whose hands are you on?- Pastor Miguel

[04/19/20]   Join us Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for a live stream of the service at Duncanville's First Baptist Church.

[04/19/20]   Good morning DFBC family! Looking forward to worshiping together this morning! Miguel

Has your heart been light today or did the day weigh heavily on your shoulders? Do you have confidence that you have what you require to go forward, or have you wrestled with anticipation of the future? One of the glorious gifts that God offers to His children is wisdom in difficult times. He desires to guide our steps and to reveal Himself to us and to the world through His work in our lives. Proverbs 3:21-23 says: “My son, do not lose sight of these — keep sound wisdom and discretion, and they will be life for your soul and adornment for your neck. Then you will walk on your way securely, and your foot will not stumble.”

Worship Tomorrow!

DFBC family please pray for our online worship service tomorrow at 10:30 AM. We have had a few technical difficulties but our tech team has been working really hard and I believe tomorrow we will be able to worship together better than in the previous weeks! Stay strong! Pastor Miguel.

[04/18/20]   Join us Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for a live stream of the service at Duncanville's First Baptist Church.

Duncanville's FBC Live Service

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Congratulations Wayne and Sandra Johnson on your 50th Wedding Anniversary! DFBC loves you and is grateful for your ministry and faithfulness. If you know Wayne and Sandra please leave a comment to share your love.

[04/18/20]   Join us Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for a live stream of the service at Duncanville's First Baptist Church.

We read all throughout Scripture how God uses afflictions and trials to strengthen and test the faith of those he loves. "The crucible is for silver, and the furnace is for gold, and the Lord tests hearts" Proverbs 17:3. Times like these are used by God to expose faults and refine our hearts, much like a blacksmith does with a piece of metal on an anvil. Let us be slow to anger and apathy, and quick to listen for what the Lord is wanting to do in our hearts. - Tyler

Stay Strong: Sharing.
DFBC family. Please help us proclaim the name of Jesus using this post to invite people in your contacts to worship.

Stay Strong in the Lord and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey: 1 Samuel 1 and 2, Psalm 120, Acts 5.
Faithful and dependable. These are two character traits that describe God in times of great need. In today's Bible journey you will see people in desperate circumstances boldly proclaiming the faithfulness of God. Whether is a desperate struggle with infertility (1 Samuel 1-2), living in a toxic and contentious environment (Palm 120) or suffering oppressive restrictions for our testimony (Acts 5), God promises that he will honor those who honor him. Sooner or later our true colors will be revealed. Sometimes God uses trials to reveal whose side we really are on. During this testing time, remember God is faithful and dependable. May he find us faithful as well- Pastor Miguel.

Duncanville's First Baptist Church

I hope you enjoy! See below for the description of the video--even in times of challenge we give thanks and praise to the Lord!

This is the anthem the DFBC Choir and Orchestra were to share last Sunday for Easter. My friend, Benjamin Santoyo, who you have seen leading during our online worship is the soloist and was to be with us to sing this. This recording is from several years ago and I thought it might encourage and bless you during these challenging days!


This is the anthem the DFBC Choir and Orchestra were to share last Sunday for Easter. My friend, Benjamin Santoyo, who you have seen leading during our online worship is the soloist and was to be with us to sing this. This recording is from several years ago and I thought it might encourage and bless you during these challenging days!

Stay Strong in the Word and Prayer.
Today's Bible Journey Ruth 3-4, Psalm 37, Acts 4.
In the midst of the toughest of circumstances, God always shows up to make sure his people are able to join him in his redemptive purposes. The passages of our Bible journey today highlight God's providential care for his people in moments of critical opportunity for his plan. It does not matter if it is a destitute widow, a perplexed psalmist pondering the temporal prosperity of the wicked (PSalm 37) or Jesus's followers persecuted for their testimony; God is present and active protecting his people and providing for his plan. Who would have thought that the destitute widow would be the predecessor of the Messiah or that Psalm 37 would have ended on the sermon on the Mount? Only God who sees the end from the beginning. In these days of COVID19 we, his people, are people of HOPE. We have hope because we have him! if God took care of his people in the past he will take care of you today and fulfil his purposes in you and through you. Could you please join in spreading hope today? By liking and sharing this post you help us make sure others are able to join the journey. May the Lord bless you with hope today! Pastor Miguel.

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323 W Wheatland Rd
Duncanville, TX

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