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Sending some extra love to our favorite people today - you! 💕 #ValentinesDay
As followers of Jesus in positions of leadership, we are full of passion. That passion generates a drive, and that drive is what sets us apart. https://bit.ly/2OIpYbl
crosswalk.com In light of the diversity all around us, we must learn to speak volumes with our lives at work often without saying a word. How do we do it?
No one likes pain. And for some, it feels unending. https://bit.ly/2GPZBw5
crosswalk.com The Bible is a love letter for instruction and reflection. God did not leave us comfortless in our pain—He left us his Word. Here are 21 verses you can hold onto when you feel like the pain won’t stop.
"Thanking God for my blessings takes my mind off of the daily worries that can easily sneak up on me." https://bit.ly/370g0Zg
crosswalk.com The word “praise” appears many, many times in the bible. It is fitting to praise our God and sing for joy to Him (Psalm 33:1). For the Lord is great and deserving of much praise (Psalm 48:1). So, my response should be to sing and praise Him for as...
Here are three places to start. https://bit.ly/2GqiFk3
crosswalk.com Choosing to walk a path of healing creates deeper connection and resilience both for you and your children. Here's how.
If your friend needs strength, pray for them to receive spiritual strength and comfort from God. https://bit.ly/36w09S7
crosswalk.com If your friend needs strength, pray for them to receive spiritual strength and comfort from God. May these prayers for a friend help to express your gratitude and support for those close to you needing strength.Prayer is the way we communicate wit...
Every New Year offers opportunities for us to move forward in our lives. https://bit.ly/2GddEv8
crosswalk.com As you renew your perspective and hope this year—for yourself, loved ones, and the world—here are four suggested prayers.
The time is always right to do what is right. #MLKDay
Prayer is powerful. God is all heart, and He knows ours fully. https://bit.ly/2Tq0Ut0
crosswalk.com Prayer is powerful. God is all heart, and He knows ours fully. Prayer is an intimate connection with our Creator, who hears us and loves us. Jesus sacrificed His life to forever open up the lines of communication between us and our great and holy ...
There is nothing more powerful that you can do in the life of your child than pray for them. https://bit.ly/2TncDIN
crosswalk.com We all want to know that what we are doing for our children makes an impact on their lives. There is nothing more powerful that you can do in the life of your child than pray for them. You can train them and teach them every trade you know. You...
He promises to provide strength, comfort and peace for your daily needs. https://bit.ly/37K6tGO
crosswalk.com Saying a morning prayer is a great way to focus your minds attention on God as the first priority of your day! Use these suggested morning prayers as you seek God's plan for your day and ask Him to guide your thoughts and actions.
When we seek to understand the character of our Creator, our lives will begin to reveal His protective hand. https://bit.ly/2FrVR3a
crosswalk.com Though we aren’t likely to hear the audible voice of God through a burning bush as Moses did, or in the midst of a dream as Joseph experienced, the One who spoke the earth and the heavens into existence still speaks to us today. When we seek to un...
What’s on your calendar for 2020?
Wishing you lots of happiness in the #NewYear! 🎉
How can Christians keep our focus on Christ through all the holiday fun?https://bit.ly/373u5pe
crosswalk.com We're all busy this time of year it seems, and the closer we get to the 25th, the busier things get. But our whole reason for celebrating is the birth of the Christ! That simple and crucial fact can be so easy for us to forget amidst the business....
10 Inspiring Quotes to Get You in the Christmas Spirit: https://bit.ly/2qWl3Ll
crosswalk.com Depression peaks during December. Christmastime is known for causing extreme anxiety and worry, which is a physical symptom I feel creeping up on me even now. My dining room table is a wrapping station. Dirty dishes lay in the sink from a recent...
“Where is he who has been born king of the Jews? For we saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” Matthew 2:2 NIV https://bit.ly/36HEU0g
crosswalk.com The story of the wise men pulls specifically at our hearts because He came not just for God’s chosen people, but for all of us. Even those who turn their backs and do not believe in Him, He chose to die for. In some ways, the nativity scene repres...
Six ways to give gifts that keep on giving to our families: https://bit.ly/35675oV
crosswalk.com Christmas is a very big deal to our family! We’re the kind who play Christmas music by the end of October, put up the tree and ceramic village at Thanksgiving, and aim for a bigger, better outdoor light display every year. We could watch ...
“Out of the stump of David's family will grow a shoot—yes, a new Branch bearing fruit from the old root.” https://bit.ly/2sZzleR
crosswalk.com Traditional Nativity scenes typically include camels, lambs, a bed made of hay for Baby Jesus, but how do Christmas trees come into the picture? Could it be that like candy canes, there is a deeper metaphorical connection to Jesus’s birth and life...
Which Christmas carol is your family's favorite? https://bit.ly/2DKEauD
crosswalk.com Music is the perfect antidote to the busyness of the season. It also keeps the reason for the season in focus, our savior Jesus Christ. Here is a list of Christmas carols every Christian should know.
'Tis the season! https://bit.ly/2BajudL
crosswalk.com Noel is a term commonly synonymous with Christmas. From carols to greeting cards, it fits snuggly into Christmas vocabulary, but what does Noel really mean?
We’re extra thankful to be your Facebook friend today! #HappyThanksgiving 🦃
When we know loss or pain or unfulfilled hopes, thanksgiving feels impossible. https://bit.ly/2Oi1LJ8
crosswalk.com When we know loss or pain or unfulfilled hopes, thanksgiving feels impossible. And when we stand on the cusp of the holiday seasons all kinds of remembering happens. It feels like the Thanksgiving season seems to highlight our losses along with...
7 prayers for your Christmas dinner to renew the hearts of everyone present: https://bit.ly/2NVULS9
crosswalk.com We get so wrapped up in the holiday stuff we forget why we’re celebrating. Instead of growing closer to Jesus, we can find ourselves farther away. How can we renew our hearts this time of year? Here are 7 prayers:
Thank God for who He is, not what you want. https://bit.ly/2NWMqxI
crosswalk.com Wondering if your prayers of thanksgiving are from a heart of faith? Here are 3 dos and don'ts of thankfulness.
Kindness changes everything. #WorldKindnessDay
We'd like to say thank you to all of our military members for keeping us safe. Happy Veterans Day!
Have courage! Be bold! Live brave! https://bit.ly/2NsBTJg
crosswalk.com You may have forgotten these women of the Bible (or perhaps you’ve never heard of them before now), but putting yourself in their sandals will allow you to walk through the hardest days with the courage you need to lead, to love, to trust, and to ...
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Our cross is his cross. https://bit.ly/2BQYSIp
crosswalk.com Dear Roger, I’ve always wondered what Jesus meant in the Gospel of Luke about taking up our cross and following him. Just what is this cross and how do we pick it up?
Whether you love it or hate it, Halloween is a great time for Christians to do more than stock up on candy: https://bit.ly/343VJkC
crosswalk.com Whether you love it or hate it, Halloween is a great time for Christians to do more than stock up on candy: it’s a time to talk to our kids about how to bring light into a dark world. You’ll notice that these topics aren’t firmly in either the “f...
Of Jesus’ 38 parables, 16 focus on how to handle money and possessions. https://bit.ly/32GN1sl
crosswalk.com Dear Roger, Dealing with finances is so confusing to me. I’m trying hard to minimize my spending, but I always seem to spend everything I make. My credit card debts are increasing. I’d like to have money to give to people in need and to support mi...
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Greater Ideal Baptist Church
Tree lighting December 1st at 6:30pm!!
God has blessed us to serve those in need with 250 Thanksgiving baskets.
[10/04/18] This Sunday, October 7th we are going to one service at 10am!!
Our History: Since 1949
The Ideal Baptist Church was organized on October 8, 1949, under the leadership of Reverend I. M. Woodard, while he was pastor of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas. The church was organized with 13 charter members whose letters came from the Macedonia Baptist Church, where Reverend H.F. Doyle was pastor. The thirteen (13) members and officers when organized were: A. C. Sanders, Superintendent of Sunday School; Deressa Sanders, Directress of Choirs, Junior Church, and the Church Clerk; James Roberson, Chairman of the Deacon Board; Hattie Roberson, Chairlady of the Deaconess, and Usher Board; Melvina Moreland, Directress of WMS; Andrew Moreland; Alice Armstead, Directress of BTA; Sara Clemmons; Nora Wallace; Reva Brunson; Beatrice McGowan; M. Faye Blakemore; and Laverne Sanders was the musician. The church was organized in the "Old Antioch Baptist Church", located on the corner of Lamesa Road and Louisiana Street. Reverend J.D. Polk was the pastor. After organization, 6 additional members were added the same night. They were Fred and Mary Bass, Clint Montgomery, John H. Blakemore, Bud Emory, and Marie Schrock. The members then continued to meet from house-to-house. Brother A.C. Sanders suggested the name "Ideal" and it was accepted by the church body. Within three months, the membership had increased to 80. Five to six months later, God gave a vision to the people to build. Brother Jim Roberson donated a lot on the corner of Tyler and Washington Street. A 30' x 30' frame was erected on this lot. The first sermon preached in the building was by Elder Amos Taylor of Midland, Texas. The first convert was Brother Jim Whims. Several months later, while serving as pastor at both Mt. Gilead in Lubbock, Reverend Woodard was called to Ideal. He began to pastor the first Sunday in May of 1950. That same year the church was chartered by Reverend I. M. Woodard. In 1962-63 the name Ideal was changed to Greater Ideal Baptist Church. The Articles of Incorporation was filed with the State of Texas in Austin in 1963. The church was blessed with 17 working auxiliaries, 4 choirs and an assistant pastor, Reverend Rase Gowans, Jr. The second Sunday in October is designated the Church Anniversary date. Under the leadership of Reverend Woodard, Ideal became the first African American church to broadcast over the air by radio in the city of Midland from 1952 - 1964. During 1976, Ideal came under the leadership of Reverend Rase Gowans, Jr. On Sunday, December 17, 1978, the church was honored in a Mortgage Burning service. During 1991-92, the church was under the leadership of Reverend L. L. Polk, Sr. From August 1992 to June 1994 the church was without a leader. In May of 1994, Reverend Terry Walker was called to pastor Greater Ideal. Under his leadership several new ministries were incorporated. In January 1999, Pastor George A. Bell was called to Greater Ideal. The church was expanded to include a Family Life Center. Through the fivefold ministry (Magnify, Mission, Membership, Maturity, and Ministry) the church has reached out beyond its doors and into the community. During Greater Ideal's history, it has been under the leadership of 7 ministers: I. M. Woodard (1950 - 1976), Rase Gowans, Jr. (1976 - 1985), O. L. Taylor (1985 - 1987), Norris Harris (1987 - 1989), L. L. Polk, Sr. (1990 - 1992), Terry Walker (1994 - 1998), and Pastor George A. Bell (January 1999 - present).
Horarios De Servicios: -Domingos oracion: 9:00 am Escuela Dominical: 9:45 am Servicio De Adoración: 10:50 Varonil y Femenil: 5:00 pm Servicio De adoración en La Tarde: 6 pm -Miércoles: servicio de adoracion 7:00 Pm -sabado Jóvenes: 5:30 pm
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