Feast or Famine

You know those foods that aren’t filling, that you could just eat endlessly before you realize just how much you’ve ate. This week we’re talking about the choice we make to either feast on things that satisfy or settle for something less. We’re walking with Luke and Jesus’ parable of a Father with two sons, one a prodigal and the other a pouter. Don’t miss it!

Our current sermon series is titled “The Table: Turning Ordinary Meals into Sacred Moments.” In this series, we’ll walk through different moments of a meal, how it relates to the gospel, and how it invites us into everyday spiritual moments. We hope you’ll join us for the series, but also that you might be intentional about your meals beyond our service time.

Follow along with our worship guide online at http://fbcjxn.org/online/.

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FBC JXN has been serving downtown Jackson, Michigan since 1839. Learn more about us at http://fbcjxn.org.

Sermon preached by Pastor Dallas Flippin at the First Baptist Church of Jackson, MI on Sunday, October 10, 2021.

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