The Songfellows Quartet

January 24th

Wednesday at 7pm

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We have a twofold mission. First, is to present the Word and God’s saving message of Love, Hope and Faith. The second is to provide wholesome entertainment. We want you to enjoy the music and the vocal presentation that is unique to a male gospel quartet. High tenor singer and Low bass singers are not found in any other genre of music. It’s exciting and inspiring. All the songs the Songfellows include in their concerts have a true gospel message and it is our prayer that listeners will be both inspired and blessed.


Steve Mosely

February 18th

Sunday at 10am

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Through dramatic church presentations like “Chosen Garment, The Whole Bible in One Act,” Steven Mosley has given a whole new meaning to the term “Christian speaker.”  Audiences sense that they are traveling through Scripture and coming to the climax of the greatest story ever told.  Pastors around the country have responded with wonderful, heart-warming comments about this Christian speaker who helps people see the richness of the Word as they never have before.

These presentations, and many more, round out Steven’s repertoire as a Christian speaker.  He uses a wide-variety of experiences to captivate audiences: growing up in Mexico and Colombia, teaching Bible classes to young secular professionals in Japan, leading small groups in various churches, serving as Drama Director at Coast Hills Community Church, writing and producing television programs, partnering with Compassion International, appearing as a Christian speaker and dramatic presenter in churches throughout America.
Steven has also worked as a Christian writer since 1987, authoring 12 books with a variety of publishers: Word, NavPress, Pacific Press and Multnomah.  The book originally titled “God: A Biography,” now called “Glimpses of God” in softcover, pictures the divine character in the way biographies illuminate famous people, through real-life anecdotes.  His book “Great Stories and How to Tell Them” grew out of a seminar which helps speakers and writers become better story-tellers.

Steven takes his vocation as a Christian writer seriously.  His passion is to make spiritual principles as vivid and compelling as the plots in a movie or novel.  He shows people how to make the “after” part of a conversion story even more colorful than the “before.”

His latest project is a novel called “Route 66 Revisited, The Bible as a Road Trip.”  Christian writer turned novelist Steven, has created a story that turns each book of the Bible into an eccentric character along this historic route.  It’s a story that moves a troubled protagonist, his fragile sister, a seemingly all-powerful villain, and a dazzling but hard-to-track-down love interest, toward a profound end of the journey.


Taking Back The Weekend

A Night of Worship

Hosted by, FWC Men of Honor

Make plans to be here and by all means bring your family!

    To be announced, Friday at 7:00pm

We are planning an evening of worship and testimonies.  Nathaniel Slawson will be leading us in an evening of worship to take back our weekends as families.  It is easy for us to give ourselves to so many activities on any given weekend, but how many times do we give ourselves to worship the Lord and be encouraged by life changing testimonies?  Our desire for this meeting is to draw closer to the Lord and to each other as the family of God.

As men of honor we are looking to 1Corinthians 16:13, Paul writes, "Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong."  These are military terms given to the Church at Corinth.  Keep watch, why?  The days are evil, keep watch and don't let the enemy come in and steal.  Stand fast in the faith, in other words keep your post, and by faith watch.  Use the power given to you by God the Father to bind darkness, by faith prevail over temptation and unclean desires.  Quit you like men, simply put, lay down your lives in the service of your King.  Finally, be strong, it takes strength to prevail against the world, the flesh, and the devil.  Anyone can fail, but it takes strength to be a conqueror.