If you don't understand the purpose of why something exists, you will often abuse it. For example, if we fail to realize the purpose given for own existence, we will abuse it and not live out the greatest potential for our lives. The same is true for prayer. God has given us the ability to pray to him, but if we fail to realize its purpose we will abuse this immense resource and not utilize it to its greatest potential. Join us as we look at 4 prayers in Scripture to see how God wants prayer to impact our lives and those around us.
Where do you go when faced with sudden change, loss and uncertainty. In times of high stress and high emotion, even higher amounts of grace are needed. So where do we go from here? We acknowledge the high emotions and move forward together one step at a time.
The local church is a place to take your next steps to grow your relationship with Jesus and with others. When we see the tremendous value that God places on the church and the hope that it provides, we can see how there is no greater investment to be made.
Join us this December as we Make Christmas Meaningful at FBCLA!
A special Sunday worship service where the Haiti Mission Team is sharing the awesome things God did this summer and what opportunities the future holds for First Baptist Church Los Alamos!
The journey continues in our individual lives and also for our church. Join us as guest speakers from around New Mexico come to share how to most effectively navigate the road ahead.
At FBCLA we love to invest in the next generation! We believe our youth are not just the church of the future, but rather the youth can be leaders in the church today! This series is about casting a vision on how collectively we can come together as a church family to 1) reach the youth and young families in Los Alamos for Jesus AND 2) strengthen your own relationship with Jesus in the process.
God desires for us to live a life of victory. And in this race called life, we are not seeking the prize of a gold medal, money, power, or fame, but rather we seek the eternal prize of success in God's eyes.
We are all saddled with some form of insecurity. Think about it, how secure of a person are you? Come this Sunday to hear about the greatest security known to us that can help us live a life of boldness.