church updates

Reentry Announcement
May 24th, 2020
Dear Church, As always, we pray this note finds you well, safe, healthy, and mindful of God’s presence and grace. We wanted to speak to you about what the next month holds for the Faith Bible family and our regathering in person on Sunday mornings. We appreciate the time you took to complete our survey over this past week. We received over 800 responses. This survey data has helped us in planning ...
A Message From Pastor Scot
May 21st, 2020
Dear Church,My friends and partners in the faith, I am so very thankful for you. I sincerely hope you are well in body, mind and spirit on this Saturday. I pray for you often, and I sense your prayers for me and our whole church family. I am so grateful that we are remembering one another, interceding and serving each other in this challenging time.I am writing this email to you from my makeshift ...
A Message From Amy Cargle
May 11th, 2020
Dear Church Family – It feels like we have spent most of 2020 in quarantine at this point!  I miss seeing you and gathering at the church together. I spent some time at the church this past week and my heart ached to be back in the sanctuary, worshiping and praising together. I look forward to that first Sunday back! I also miss being in the office throughout the week, so today, I want to brag on ...
A COVID-19 Update From Our Leadership
May 3rd, 2020
Dear Church Family - The topic of churches reopening is high on the list of conversation subjects over the last few days, especially among church leaders. The potential timeline and critical details of a large church, such as ours, reopening its doors is complex. We are so blessed and pleased with the ability to continue community, ministry, and mission through technology. However, we long to be t...
A Message From Elder Dave Mabry
May 3rd, 2020
Hello Faith Bible Church,My name is Dave Mabry and I’m the current chairman of the elder board of Faith Bible. My wife Betsy and I have been members of our church since moving to The Woodlands in 1984 when I began working as a Family Practice Doctor in our community. All three of our now grown children were raised at Faith Bible.I miss you greatly and am eagerly anticipating the time when we can b...
A Financial Update From Scot and Amy
April 26th, 2020
Dear Church Family - As the Executive Director of Operations, one of my responsibilities is to create the yearly budget in conjunction with the finance committee and the elders. I am also charged with cost savings in an effort to steward the church's finances and resources well. As you can imagine, the COVID-19 situation has caused us to pause our normal financial operations and rethink how to mov...
An Update From Pastor Scot
April 18th, 2020
Dear Church,This week we passed what is typically tax day. But we are not in typical times. When the IRS gives the whole country a few extra months to file, things are obviously very different. With ever-evolving news, our collective eye on graphic charts of curves, talk of reopening the country and relaxing restrictions, we want to come to you again with some church family updates that will hopef...
Your Giving Matters
April 2nd, 2020
Dear Church Family,Last week I “attended” a national online summit for church leaders on the current coronavirus crisis. Topics like virtual community and communication were extremely helpful. The current and future state of our economy were talking points that also grabbed my attention. They have been a matter of concern and prayer for a while now.As you try to walk wisely in this time, please kn...
A Call to Prayer
March 21st, 2020
Church Family,I hope you’re doing well at home as we all hunker down during this strange time in our world. I want to encourage all of us to take this time not only to strengthen our family relationships with great intentionality but to draw near to God like never before.Throughout history, whenever God’s people have been met with famine, plague, disease, and hardship, they have hit their knees fe...
A COVID-19 Update From Pastor Scot
March 18th, 2020
Dear Church,There are times that define people. I believe we are in one of those times. But make no mistake, we are in it together. What is more, infinitely more, we are in it with Jesus. He has never forsaken us and He never will. He is sovereign. He is powerful. Good. Strong. Present. He is not panicked, nor is He worried. I believe Jesus is both sad and active. He is saddened by the corruption ...