Pastor Mark Penick

Pastor Mark and Starrla and their children, Jaxton, Crewson and Luxeigh will be here with us on Sunday, October 17! We’ll have a special worship service that day to welcome Dr. Penick as our senior pastor. Dr. Jim Henry will preach as we begin a new era of ministry here at First Baptist Brandon. It will be a great day, and I hope you will plan to come and celebrate the beginning of the amazing future that God has for us!


Preaching Schedule

Sunday, September 26 – David Durham, First Baptist Brandon

Sunday, October 3 – Jim Henry, First Baptist Orlando, Retired

Sunday, October 10 – Jeffrey Singletary, Florida Baptist Convention

Sunday, October 17 – Jim Henry, First Baptist Orlando, Retired

Sunday, October 24 – Pastor Mark Penick, First Baptist Brandon


Church Conference

Our next church conference will be on Sunday, October 10 at 5:00 pm in the Dining Hall.


Truth, Trunks & Treats

Truth, Trunks & Treats will happen on Sunday, October 31 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm on our north parking lots, and your help is needed! Please bring individually wrapped candy to the church office, and volunteer your trunk for this great community event. We’re expecting 1200+ to join us for a fun two hours, and it’s a great way to introduce your friends and neighbors to First Baptist! Email kristal.medlin@fbcbrandon.org to volunteer.


Why the Nativity?

Our new Bible Study on Wednesday nights is all about the Christmas story, and why God chose to send His Son into the world the way He did. I hope you’ll join me in the Chapel in the D Building at 6:00 pm each Wednesday and let’s study together.


Something to Think About

Dwight L. Moody once said, “The Bible was not given for our information. It was given for our transformation.” Aren’t you thankful for the Word of God? Hebrews 4:12 says that it is alive and active. It can judge our hearts and what motivates us. It can bring about real, supernatural change in anyone who will read it and believe it. That’s what makes the Bible completely different from any other book. The challenge we face as believers Christ is to mature in our walk with Him. That’s where studying the Bible comes in. God’s Word is able to transform us from who we are, into who God wants us to be. Catch up on your reading, and let the Bible transform you!


Have a great weekend, and I’ll see you Sunday!

David