Wednesday, March 3, 2021

The Powers That Be Week 4

Tuesday night, March 2, 2021, we continued our exploration of author Walter Wink's book about nonviolent response to oppression in all its forms. The book is titled The Powers That Be and explores the Christian response to oppression. We began our exploration of the chapter "Prayer and the Powers." Come and watch. All are welcome. This chapter will take two weeks. If you like what you see here, join us live on Tuesday evenings at the J.S. Brooks YouTube channel at 8 p.m.

Sunday, February 28, 2021

The Powers That Be Week 3

Tuesday evening, February 23, 2021, we continued our exploration of author Walter Wink's book about nonviolent response to oppression in all its forms. The book is titled The Powers That Be and explores the Christian response to oppression. The chapter we explored was "Practical Nonviolence." Join us. All are welcome. Our next meeting is Tuesday, March 2, 2021, at 8 p.m. on the J.S. Brooks YouTube channel. Join us.

Thursday, February 18, 2021

The Powers That Be Week 2

Tuesday night, February 9, 2021, we continued our exploration of author Walter Wink's book about nonviolent response to oppression in all its forms. The book is titled The Powers That Be and explores the Christian response to oppression. Tonight we explore Jesus' third way, one that is neither fight nor flight.

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Sunday Worship, January 31, 2021


Join us this Sunday, January 31, 2021 at 11 a.m. (East Coast time) for our weekly worship service. The service will be held on Facebook Live at 

. This week's sermon is titled Puffing Up or Building Up? and is based on 1 Corinthians 8:1-13. When you join the service (and all are welcome to do so), if you have a Facebook account, please say hello in the comments when you arrive to help keep in touch with each other. Also, you may share your joys and concerns when you arrive during the service to share during our time of communal prayer. Sing favorite hymns along with Sherry. The hymns and call to worship are found in the column where new information appears, below the PayPal Donate button.

During our offering, anyone may share an offering to support the ministries of Lansdowne Baptist Church. To electronically send an offering, please use our PayPal Donate button. Please note that a 2.2% plus 30 cent fee is charged for each transaction, which is the price of electronic payment these days. If you wish to send a check, please make it out to Lansdowne Baptist Church and send it to Lansdowne Baptist Church, 17 E. LaCrosse Avenue, Lansdowne, PA 19050. It is the offerings to the church that support our ministries, including these live-streamed worship services. Thank you for your offerings.
After the worship service on Sunday, the church will hold its annual meeting on Zoom. Church members and friends have received the information necessary to attend this meeting. Please do attend as the future of LBC will be determined during this meeting.
God bless you all. See you on Sunday morning.

The Powers That Be Week 1

Tuesday night, January 26, 2021, we started our exploration of author Walter Wink's book about nonviolent response to oppression in all its forms. The book is titled The Powers That Be and explores the Christian response to oppression. We will pick up some practical skills in the next few weeks, I imagine, and a richer perspective of life in human society. Join us at 8 p.m. each Tuesday to participate live in the study. All are welcome.

Sunday, January 24, 2021

Sunday Morning Worship, January 24, 2021

 


Join us this morning at 11 a.m. at www.facebook.com/LansdowneBaptistChurch for this morning's worship service. Our sermon is titled Answer the Call, based on Mark 1:14-20. We will sing favorite hymns with Sherry. Look for the Call to Worship and Hymns in the column for new information, along with a Prelude and Postlude from Akira Ikegami. Please share this service on your Facebook page. Please like the service as well. These are small, simple actions to take. They are powerful all the same. They let Facebook know this is an important video that needs to be shared far and wide. It is a simple way to perform your own Christian ministry, your own witness to the good news to others.

Please place your prayer concerns and joys in the comments at the beginning of the service if you have a Facebook page of your own (if you want to be able to do this, you can sign up for a free Facebook account of your own). Also, check in and say hello when you first arrive. If you are watching this service at another time, welcome and God bless you, We are glad you came.
If you wish to make an offering to Lansdowne Baptist Church to support our ministries, you may use our Paypal Donate Button for secure donations. Please be aware that there is a small service fee for using PayPal: 2.2% plus 30 cents for a transaction. You may also write out a check to Lansdowne Baptist Church and send it to Lansdowne Baptist Church, 17 E. LaCrosse Avenue, Lansdowne, PA 19050. Thank you for supporting our ministries and helping us share the good news of the Gospel and the invitation of Jesus Christ to all of humanity. We literally could not do this work without you.
Welcome to our worship service, whenever you arrive. Everyone is welcome. Jesus and this good news is for all of humanity. 

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Beatitudes Summation Week 7: What It Means to Be Strong

Tuesday night, January 19, 2021, we looked back on the Beatitudes, focusing on Matthew 5:10-12, to determine biblically what it means to be a strong person.The biblical understanding of being strong is radically different from our culture's. Let's see what this means for us and how we should live our lives. What does it mean for us to be strong? Come and watch on January 19, 2021, at 8 p.m. All are welcome.

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Beatitudes Week 6

Tuesday night, we conclude our study of the Beatitudes, focusing on Matthew 5:10-12. It is an evening discussing persecution and why Jesus tells us we will face persecution if we follow him. What does that mean for our lives? How does the knowledge that Christians will face persecution help us face the difficulties of life? Watch what happened on January 12, 2021, at 8 p.m. All are welcome.

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Sunday Worship Service, January 17, 2021


Join us Sunday morning, January 17, 2021, at 11 a.m. (East Coast time) for our livestreamed worship service. This Sunday's sermon is titled "Can Anything Good …?" and is based on John 1:43-51. What's it about? Come and see. All are invited. We will sing favorite hymns with Sherry, pray together, sharing each other's joys and concerns, and have a special time with our children. Join us right here at