Be sure to make plans to invite your friends, neighbors and family to join in on the Spring Picnic at FBCS! There will be washers, volleyball badminton, Giant Jenga, a talent show, and of course GOBS of food!
The Family Ministry of FBCS is providing the meat (BBQ Chicken, sausages, hot dogs, etc with a big thank you to Joey & Traci McKnight and the Hostess Committee) For all the trimmings, please follow the list below for assigned needs on what to bring to the picnic.
A-G: Potato or Green Salads
H-Q: Vegetables (Rice dressing, baked beans, etc.)
R-Z: Desserts
Anyone interested in participating in the Talent Show can sign up at the Connection Center. See Amy Bruce for more details.

Do You Have 5 Minutes?
Over the weeks and months ahead, you will be hearing about the outreach initiatives called Harvest ( and Bless Every Home ( The overall HARVEST objective is to share the gospel with every home in the state of Louisiana by the year 2020. BlessEveryHome will help FBCS, reach every home in Sulphur. And if YOU register, it will help you in your efforts to reach every neighbor! So, do you have 5 minutes to pray for your neighbors? Read below on one idea to help you do just that…

BLESS Your Neighbors
It is helpful to develop a pattern of prayer if you want to sustain that prayer over a long period of time. One such pattern, using the acronym BLESS, was developed a number of years ago by Alvin VanderGriend. The idea is to focus prayer for God’s blessing on specific neighbors or coworkers in the following areas:

B—Body: Pray for good health, protection, and strength.

L—Labor: Pray for their work experience and their financial security.

E—Emotional: Pray for emotional health and a good quality of life; for joy, peace, hope.

S—Social: Pray for their relationships with their family and friends.

S—Spiritual: Pray for their salvation, that they will come to faith in Jesus Christ.

A suggested pattern is to pray these five blessings, for five neighbors, for five minutes each day.

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