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The preteens are going on a retreat! Join us as we go on a beginner level backpacking trip, diving into Scripture, and having a ton of fun building new relationships and strengthening old ones.

For: kids who have completed 4th, 5th, or 6th grade by June 1, 2019

When: June 16-20

Where: Wilderness Trek at Glorieta Camps, New Mexico

Cost: $275

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Questions: justin@midlandbible.org

We are going to have a Baptism Sunday on March the 31. If you would like to be baptized we would love to celebrate with you about what God has done in your life. Here at Midland Bible, we believe that baptism is not a requirement for salvation but it is an outward sign of what God has already done in your heart through faith and it is a public declaration that you are willing to follow Jesus. You can sign up to be part of this below. Please sign up by March 3. For those that have signed up, there will be a luncheon on Sunday, March 24 after service to discuss what will go on the next Sunday.
So dates to keep straight are:
Deadline to sign up – March 3
Luncheon – March 24
Baptism – March 31
Got it? Excited to see what God will do through our church as we are obedient to Jesus!

 Click here to submit your request for Baptism.

For $25, enjoy a round of golf followed by lunch at Ranchland Hills Golf Club! There is a limit of 20 men, so sign up quickly. Registration will close automatically at 6pm on Friday, March 22, but feel free to call Boog Childers at 432-894-1912 to see if there are any openings.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Home for Spring Break? Join the Midland Bible Church Family for a night of fun at Old Miners Maze! There will be jumpers, rock walls, a maze and much more! Old Miners Maze will have food for purchase.  Click here to get your Single Ticket or Family Pass!

We are having two Ash Wednesday Services this year on March 6th.
Ash Wednesday is actually something the church has practiced for a long time. It is not just Catholics who do this but Anglicans, many Protestant, as well as the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Ash Wednesday is exactly 40 days before Easter Sunday. It marks the kicking off of Lent season. Lent is the season leading up to Easter, during which Christians symbolically follow Christ into the wilderness, fasting from lesser things so we might be filled with the greater things of the gospel.  The Biblical justification for this service is the example of Jesus. He spent 40 days in the wilderness fasting and prayer. So to follow in Jesus’ footsteps we set aside this service to orient our hearts towards Jesus by confessing our sins, denying things in our life that may distract us from him, and reorient our hearts to Christ as we look expectantly to Easter Sunday and celebrate all that he has done for us.
Let me tell you what to expect at an Ash Wednesday service.  It will be a more somber service where you will have liturgy and Scripture read, a few songs will be sung, and time for prayer. The service will be about 30 minutes long and then there will be stations to pray at around the sanctuary. You will be welcome to stay as long or short a time as you want. This will be a time “to repent and believe the gospel” as it is commonly said when you receive the ashes. Ashes are a sign in the Old Testament of repentance. It is also a reminder that dust (ashes) we are and dust we shall return. It is to remind us of our mortality and dependence on God to sustain us for everything and specifically to save us from our sins and the ultimate punishment of sin. Many traditions put the sign of the cross on their forehead when they receive the ashes. There will be a station for that. You are welcome to participate in this on your own or with your family or not do it at all if you are not comfortable with it. Our desire is that you will connect with God in the service.
We want to invite you to come experience Jesus in a new fresh way with me on March 6th. We will have two services at 6 pm and 7 pm. The 6 pm service is for those who are going to serve with children/youth or teaching another class at 7 pm. The 7 pm service is the one I want to encourage most of you to come to. But if the 6 pm works better for you we will have plenty of room for you there. Looking forward to God doing a deep work in our lives that night.
We are having two Ash Wednesday Services this year on March 6th.
Ash Wednesday is actually something the church has practiced for a long time. It is not just Catholics who do this but Anglicans, many Protestant, as well as the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Ash Wednesday is exactly 40 days before Easter Sunday. It marks the kicking off of Lent season. Lent is the season leading up to Easter, during which Christians symbolically follow Christ into the wilderness, fasting from lesser things so we might be filled with the greater things of the gospel.  The Biblical justification for this service is the example of Jesus. He spent 40 days in the wilderness fasting and prayer. So to follow in Jesus’ footsteps we set aside this service to orient our hearts towards Jesus by confessing our sins, denying things in our life that may distract us from him, and reorient our hearts to Christ as we look expectantly to Easter Sunday and celebrate all that he has done for us.
Let me tell you what to expect at an Ash Wednesday service.  It will be a more somber service where you will have liturgy and Scripture read, a few songs will be sung, and time for prayer. The service will be about 30 minutes long and then there will be stations to pray at around the sanctuary. You will be welcome to stay as long or short a time as you want. This will be a time “to repent and believe the gospel” as it is commonly said when you receive the ashes. Ashes are a sign in the Old Testament of repentance. It is also a reminder that dust (ashes) we are and dust we shall return. It is to remind us of our mortality and dependence on God to sustain us for everything and specifically to save us from our sins and the ultimate punishment of sin. Many traditions put the sign of the cross on their forehead when they receive the ashes. There will be a station for that. You are welcome to participate in this on your own or with your family or not do it at all if you are not comfortable with it. Our desire is that you will connect with God in the service.
We want to invite you to come experience Jesus in a new fresh way with me on March 6th. We will have two services at 6 pm and 7 pm. The 6 pm service is for those who are going to serve with children/youth or teaching another class at 7 pm. The 7 pm service is the one I want to encourage most of you to come to. But if the 6 pm works better for you we will have plenty of room for you there. Looking forward to God doing a deep work in our lives that night.