Actions Matter, Kevin Edelblute's Story

If there's one thing Kevin Edelblute wants everyone to know, it's that our actions matter. If we say we follow a holy God but then live like we don’t, that is detrimental to how the world sees not just us, but God. Young people in the church...

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Veronica Leach
FBC RESOURCES

Looking for a new morning devotion? Planning for some upcoming holiday free time and need a good book to read? While Starkville is replete with places to buy MSU gear and trinkets for your home, one thing we don’t have is a dedicated Christian bookstore. In fact, one of the closest places to go to find one...

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Courtney Dueitt
A Very (Missionary) Christmas

Imagine December in A Land Without Steeples, a place away from pumpkin (sorry, sweet potato) pie, without the Carpenters singing to you from every radio about chestnuts roasting over an open fire. Walmart and Amazon Prime may not be just...

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Kathryn Entrekin
Welcoming Delisha Lacey

It was the first time I prayed for weeks about something without consulting the world for their opinion.” 

As of October 16, Delisha Lacey is FBC’s brand-new Creative Learning Center Director after nearly eleven years of teaching special education...

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Kathryn Entrekin
A Land Without Steeples

In East Asia, the most striking thing to a southerner might be the almost complete absence of steeples. Walking through cities with millions of people and villages with only dozens of residents, the view is the same: buildings for commerce, education, and living, but none for worship. Of course, there are churches in East Asia...

 

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Tom Jenkins
Paige Peeples' Story

I used to think I knew a lot of things.

My mom told me a story one time—it was a word picture. She said that sometimes, our lives can be like a vase. They can be very pretty and ornamented, but if you were to shine a light into the top, through the hole, you wouldn’t be able to see the light...

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Paige Peeples
Becoming Parents

We all know that life is made up of all sorts of changes, great and small, but if you’re anything like me, this can be debilitating and terrifying. I do not adjust well to change at all. In fact, about an hour and half into the three hour car ride home after purchasing...

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Courtney Dueitt
Lydia's Thankful Kitchen

I graduated college in May 2006 from Blue Mountain College, married Scott two weeks later, and moved to Starkville to start teaching at Starkville Academy. I started teaching second grade. (Those second graders are now freshman in college. That only means two things, they are getting old, and I need to find a good wrinkle...

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Lydia Edwards
Veronica Leach's Story

I used to think I knew a lot of things.

My mom told me a story one time—it was a word picture. She said that sometimes, our lives can be like a vase. They can be very pretty and ornamented, but if you were to shine a light into the top, through the hole, you wouldn’t be able to see the light...

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Veronica Leach