Welcome to Route 66
FBC's Journey Through God's Word
Mar 29, 2020 - Rahab
Mar 22, 2020 - Joshua
Mar 15, 2020
Mar 8, 2020 - Aaron
- Sermon: The Too-Human High Priest
- Ex 4 | Lev 8-10
Mar 1, 2020 - Moses
- Sermon: Drawn Out
- Ex 3 Acts 7
Feb 23, 2020 - Judah
- Sermon: The Lion's Cub
- Gen 38 Gen 49
Feb 16, 2020 - Joseph
- Sermon: A Portrait of Christ
- Gen 37-50
Feb 9, 2020 - Jacob
- Sermon: Winning Through Weakness
- Gen 27-35
Feb 2, 2020 - Isaac
- Sermon: The Birth of Laughter
- Gen 21-22
Jan 26, 2020 - Abraham
- Sermon: Life Out of Death
- Gen 12-25
Jan 19, 2020 - Noah
- Sermon: The God Who Redeems
- Gen 6-9
Jan 12, 2020 - Seth
Jan 5, 2020 - Adam
- Sermon: The Drama of Redeption
- Gen 1-3
Bible Reading Plans
It is our desire to see our Faith Family members of every age develop a lifestyle of regular and personal Bible reading
Below, you will find links to Bible reading plans we have developed to help you prepare your heart for each sermon in the coming year. It is our prayer that through this, you will develop a habit of daily Bible reading that will inspire you to dig deep into His word.
Additionally, a link to a Bible reading app that will help you get more connected to the Word is included.
Faith Bible Church Bible Reading Plan—For Adults
Please check back quarterly as this plan may be periodically adjusted.
Reading Plan for Kids
About Route 66
Anticipation. Expectation. Celebration
Welcome to our journey on Route 66 where every sign points to Jesus. We pulled out of the parking lot on Sunday January 5, 2020 with our tour guide, Pastor Tom Rempel, leading us. While we hope you were able to begin the journey with us, you are always welcome to join us at any road stop. Just hop on the tour bus any Sunday morning. We have journaled along the way so you can always catch up on what you may have missed. This page contains all of the resources from each week… the journal of Route 66.
We pulled out onto Route 66 with Psalm 19, one of the great texts of Scripture on the power and authority of God’s Word. David declared that there is nobody on the face of the earth that does not know that God exists. But you cannot know God solely on the basis of His revelation in nature. It takes special revelation which he speaks of beginning in Psalm 19:7. David tells us that God’s Word:
- Draws back from sin’s downward pull
- Equips the susceptible
- Creates authentic gladness
- Enables seeing the eternal
- Proves steady and unchanging
- Images God’s character
What’s the objective of our Route 66 journey through the Bible?
“We believe the Bible, consisting of both Old and New Testaments, to be the inerrant Word of God. Every word of the original manuscripts having been breathed by God Himself and written by men moved by the Holy Spirit and spoken from God. As God’s completed revelation, the Scriptures are fully sufficient as our ultimate authority for faith and practice.” - from Faith Bible Church's Statement of Faith
We will study the lives of key individuals to whom and thru whom the Lord God progressively revealed Himself, His will, His ways, His purposes. And we will look for the principles, portraits and promises of the coming Christ Jesus.
We will encourage members to become actively involved in reading the Bible, as individuals, as families, as small groups assembled for such a purpose.
We will seek to make doable and delightful what every believer already is convicted that they SHOULD be doing but either don’t know how, or don’t understand, or just don’t have the motivation.
Template for each Sermon:
- What is revealed about God, His person, His plan, His process
- Why THIS individual at this time?
- Where do we see Jesus?