Life Groups Ministry
Life Groups Ministry connects adults in meaningful relationships with one another at times other than Sunday mornings. These groups are set up to do life together through studying God’s Word, caring for one another, serving together in ministry, and growing together in fellowship.
Senior Adult Ministry
The Senior Adult Ministry at First Baptist Church offers a monthly meeting, regularly scheduled day trips, and occasion multiday trips (bus tours, cruises, etc.) XYZ (‘Xtra Years of Zest) is a monthly luncheon meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. in Morgan Hall of the Family Life Center, featuring a short informative program, lunch, reports, and door prizes. Reservations for lunch ($6 payable at the door) are requested by noon on the Friday preceding the Tuesday meeting. Reservations can be made by calling the church office at 770.227.5517. All adults age 50+ are welcome.
Adult Faith Journey
The Adult Faith Journey is a life-long process of seeking and maintaining a relationship with God by becoming more and more like Christ in beliefs and behaviors. This life-long journey of growth and development as a Christian is expressed through Knowing Christ, Growing in Christ, and Showing Christ to Others.
- Beginning the journey as a spiritual seeker
- Committing one’s life to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
- Being baptized as an expression of one’s commitment to following Christ
- Committing to meaningful membership in First Baptist Church
- Cultivating one’s faith through regular participation in a small group Bible study on Sundays or during the week
- Seeking to maintain a pattern of consistent participation in corporate worship experiences
- Spending time daily with God through prayer and learning His Word
- Practicing biblical stewardship by honoring God with one’s time, talents, and material resources
- Using one’s spiritual gifts to serve in or through the church
- Striving to live ethically before God and others
- Committing to lifestyle evangelism: sharing Christ’s love in word and deed in the church community and beyond
- Seeking a meaningful friendship with a person of another age group, gender or ethnicity
- Encouraging or mentoring a fellow believer toward greater Christ-likeness
- Committing to equip oneself for effective ministry leadership as God calls