ABOUT FBC

Why Are We Here?

Our mission is to fulfill the Great Commission and the Great Commandments.
Our purpose is to make, mature, and multiply disciples.

FBC Booneville Leadership Team

Jason Reed

Pastor

Carter Smith

Youth Pastor

Chandler Smith

Worship Pastor

Children's Minister

Children's Minister

Vicky Brown

Financial Ministry Assistant

Ministry Assistant

Ministry Assistant

Core Values

Biblical Authority

Knowing that the Bible is the inherent Word of God, we seek to know it thoroughly, share it faithfully, and obey it joyfully.

 

Spiritual Maturity

Knowing that godliness is our chief aim, we seek to mature spiritually and to help others in their spiritual journey also.

 

 

Missional Focus

Knowing the Great Commission and the Great Commandments are our primary calling, we seek to love God and others by sharing Jesus.

 

Responsive Worship

Knowing that God is worthy of worship and desires a close relationship with us, we seek to focus on who God is and respond to how He has loved us.

 

 

Servant Leadership

Knowing that Jesus is our ultimate example of servant leadership, we seek to use our time, resources, and talents to serve others.

 

Relational Community

Knowing that God designed us to live the Christian life in community, we seek to share and show the love of Christ with one another.

 

 

What We Believe

We uphold the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message as our convictional and doctrinal statement.

Membership

How do I join the fellowship of FBC Booneville?

Salvation

Salvation is the total redemption of a person from sin, and reconciliation with God. Sin separates us from God's holiness, but Jesus' death on the cross made it possible for us to be forgiven and brought back to right fellowship with God. Salvation is through Jesus alone and is freely offered to all who accept Jesus as Lord and Savior. If you have questions about accepting Jesus, please contact us!

Baptism

Baptism is the water immersion of a believer in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, that symbolizes our faith in the crucified, buried, and resurrected Christ. It is also a symbol of passing from the old life of sin to a new life in Christ. Baptism has no saving power, but is a testimony to a person's salvation. If you have questions about baptism, please contact us!

Member Expectations

We expect the members of First Baptist to attend worship regularly, to attend a small group regularly, to give regularly, and to serve regularly.