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What We Believe
We believe: The Bible is without error and is the inspired Word of God. There is one true and eternal God. God exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is God’s only eternal Son. The Holy Spirit convicts us of sin. Every human being is a sinner and needs to have their sins forgiven by Christ. Jesus Christ provides the only way to God. Satan is our adversary intent on destroying lives. The Church is the living body of Christ on earth. Jesus Christ will return to earth as King of kings and Lord of lords.
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Pastor Brian Gower
- Church on a Mission by Sam McKeen on September 16, 2018 .
- KFC by Pastor Brian Gower on September 9, 2018 .
- My Prodigal's Brother by Pastor Brian Gower on September 2, 2018 .
- My Prodigal is Home by Pastor Brian Gower on August 26, 2018 .
- My Prodigal Restored by Pastor Brian Gower on August 19, 2018 .
- My Prodigal by Pastor Brian Gower on August 12, 2018 .
9/19/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – As some of you know, I am the chaplain for our local police department and part of my responsibility is to represent our town at the Concord Regional Crimeline board meetings. If you are not familiar with Crimeline, it is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote community Read more about “Golfer or Hacker?”[…]
9/12/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – As some of you may know, I received a stent back in March because I had 95% blockage in one of my arteries. In June, things didn’t seem right, so I had another catherization which brought with it 17 weeks of Cardio Physical Therapy. Well this week ends 17 weeks Read more about “Go Ahead… Beat Yourself Up!”[…]
9/5/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – Yesterday, Judy and I were driving back from Fairport, NY after spending time with the newest addition to our family, our grandson Micah Baguma. If you haven’t seen this handsome young man yet, just go to my blog from last week and you can see pictures of him shortly after Read more about “Don’t Lose Hope!”[…]
8/29/18 – Papa’s Blog – To: Micah Daniel Baguma, coming in at 6lbs 12oz at 4:42 AM on August 29, 2018 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY. Micah, by now, you have met Nana. Even though you may have slept through most of that 1st encounter, you will never forget her. See, Nana has Read more about “Seventeen and Counting!”[…]
8/22/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – What are some of the things that make you smile? For me, it is when I see pictures of my grandchildren, or when I think of some of the fun things and wonderful places that Judy and I have been able to enjoy. I plan on smiling this Saturday Read more about “Imagine God Smiling”[…]
8/14/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – We lived in different towns; we attended different churches. She went to a public high school and I went to a private boarding high school. She grew up on a road called “Poverty Flats” and I grew up at the top of a road that was named “Easy Street.” Read more about “45 years and counting…”[…]
Who bakes the best pies in Barnstead? Bakers and anyone who likes to eat pie should come out on August 25, 2018 at the Oscar Foss Memorial Library when they put on their End of Summer Block Party. At this event, CBCC is hosting a Pie Bake Off with proceeds going to support families during Read more about Pie Bake Off[…]
Have you had a fantastic summer?We are getting ready for another season with Pioneer Clubs at CBCC! Our first official night will be Sept 26th but there is definitely something special brewing for one week before that, on Sept 19th.We meet at the Center Barnstead Christian Church from 6pm to 7:30pm. All kids, grades K Read more about Pioneer Club is almost here![…]
– 8/8/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – I must say that Judy and I were a bit overwhelmed but very encouraged by the many who responded to my last blog concerning our oldest son Jamie. Family, as well as many friends (some we have not seen or been in contact with for quite some time) Read more about “Choose Well”[…]
8/1/18 – Pastor Brian’s Blog – We received a call from our oldest son Jamie awhile back informing us of an operation that had been scheduled to remove a tumor from his face. Although it was a very delicate operation and although Jamie was a bit apprehensive, the surgeon felt that everything should be OK, Read more about “He’s Mine!”[…]