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Faithful Disciples in a Hostile World

We live by the Grace of God…

Our purpose is to provide a place where believers may gather together to worship God, magnify our Savior, study the Scriptures, love and serve one another, be equipped for ministry and service, enjoy fellowship, and grow in Christ-likeness. We invite you to join us in the pursuits!

…for the Glory of God alone.

These precepts form the basis for everything we do as a church, and for our preaching and teaching. Our work is to proclaim Jesus Christ as he is presented in Scripture until he returns. “I am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” (John 14:6)

A Special Message to the FCL Family

Fellowship Church Lubbock, The last several days have certainly proved unusual and unprecedented.  The normal course of day-to-day life has been altered and all of us have been reminded how temporal and fleeting are the things of this world.  In all the cancellations...

A Christian’s response to Coronavirus – or any other crisis.

Church, Over the last few years a team of individuals from Fellowship Church Lubbock have undergone training to keep the church secure.  One of the recurring themes from the sessions is that people need to think about what they will do in an emergency situation,...

What is the Gospel?

Our question is "What is the Gospel?". It is not "What is the definition of the word "gospel". But before we get to the question at hand, it might be helpful to get the definition out of the way. • The word “gospel” is translated from the Greek word "εὐαγγέλιον"...

Seven Signs of Grace for Discouraged Souls

It is certain that only those who have received grace from God can truly see or value the beauty of his grace. The Puritan William Bradford once wrote to a friend, "Your sins are undoubtedly pardoned, etc. For God has given you a penitent, believing heart; that is, a...

FCL Library – Read Charles Spurgeon’s “All of Grace”

C.H. Spurgeon's classic All of Grace is a simple presentation of salvation by grace alone -and it outlines the way of salvation in clear, concise language that anyone can understand. Christians today can buy many books that elaborate on what you should be doing to...

My Friends In Hebrews

“My books are my tools.  They also serve as my counsel, my consolation, and my comfort.  They are my friends and my delights.” ~ Charles Spurgeon Those words appear on a coffee mug that Jessica picked up for me at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary a...

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 19, 2017

This past Sunday our sermon series in Hebrews brought us to Hebrews 2:1-4. The sermon is titled, "So Great A Salvation" and can be found HERE. The writer of Hebrews provides an exhortation found in verse 1 saying, "we must pay much closer attention to what we have...

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 12, 2017

This week we concluded Hebrews chapter 1 with the second part of a message titled, "The Person and Word of Jesus Christ:  Superior to Angels".  The text was Hebrews 1:4-14.  You can find the sermon HERE. To assist your study, below are some additional...

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 5, 2017

This past Sunday's message was titled, "The Person and Work of Jesus Christ:  Superior to Angels".  Our text was Hebrew 1:4-14 and is part one of a two-part message.  You can find the message HERE. From the text this week, we saw the person and work of Jesus Christ...

Read Your Bible Every Day

With the New Year comes many resolutions.  As the year meanders along so come many broken resolutions.  Within churches that resolution is frequently to make Bible reading a daily practice. A Christian parody site recently posted a piece that is...


Below are six core doctrines held by Fellowship Church Lubbock.

The sufficiency and inerrancy of Scripture

We maintain that the historically accepted 66 books (no more and no less) that comprise the canon of the Holy Bible are complete, inerrant,  and sufficient as the ultimate rule of the faith, and the final authority of the practice of every believer. Show us anything clearly written in the Bible and we will receive it, believe it, and submit to it. Show us anything contrary to what the Bible says, however sophisticated, plausible, beautiful, or apparently desirable, and we will disregard it, reject it and resist it. (Psalm 19:7-11; 119:89, 105; Colossians 2:8; Galatians 1:8; II Timothy 3:16-17; Jude 1:3)


The radical corruption of the heart of sinful man

We maintain that, apart from God, the heart of man is not only radically corrupt, but indeed utterly dead, making it impossible for him to please God until the Holy Spirit changes him and draws him to the redeeming work of Jesus Christ. Furthermore, sinful man can never understand or appreciate the gospel message rightly, nor come to salvation actually, until he is empowered by the Spirit to acknowledge the pestilence of his sin and his desperate need for a Savior. (Proverbs 21:10; Matthew 15:19; John 3:20; Romans 7:18; Ephesians 2:1-2; Hebrews 11:6; II Peter 3:16)

The Holy Spirit alone brings man to Christ.

We maintain that the Holy Spirit alone convicts man regarding his sin, softens, renews, and gives life to his heart, and draws him to godly sorrow, true repentance and saving faith, and furthermore, that righteousness and salvation are never due to any faith or work that man initiates. We further maintain that the mighty works of the Holy Spirit – inward repentance, faith, hope, hatred of sin, and love of God and his Word – are vital, and always present, in the life of a true convert. “We do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit” (John 16:8; I Peter 1:2; II Thessalonians 2:13; Romans 8:3-4)

The Finished, Sufficient Work of Jesus Christ

The perfect, finished, propitiatory, substitutionary, redemptive work of Jesus Christ alone is required, and is completely sufficient, to save the soul of sinful, rebellious man. Jesus gave himself over to be crucified to conquer sin and was buried and resurrected to conquer death. His work was to absorb the punishment we deserve, in order to meet the Father’s holy standard of justice that required our death. The payment Jesus made was complete and final. When it is accounted to a soul by God, such salvation is assured eternally. It will never again be retracted by God, and it can never be reversed or forfeited by man. 

The Absolute Sovereignty and Authority of God

The absolute sovereignty of God is a doctrine that gives rest, peace, joy and comfort. God has orchestrated all things that man experiences and observes, including his salvation, and He eternally maintains control in all things, actively, purposefully achieving His eternal plan for the good of the elect, and for His own eternal glory. He “can do all things”, and “no purpose of his can be thwarted.” He “works all things according to the counsel of his will” and “whatever he pleases, he does.” We may throw the dice, but the LORD determines how they fall. (Proverbs 16:33; Job 42:2; Psalm 135:6-7; Ephesians 1:3-14)

The Deity, Flesh and Office of our Lord, Jesus

Jesus Christ is fully God and fully man; he is the only begotten Son of God, born of flesh, and returning in flesh, who has eternally existed with the Father and the Holy Spirit in triunity. He is the sovereign Creator of all things, authoritative Master of all men, King of all kings, Lord of all lords, and ultimate Judge of every soul under his loving, yet righteous and absolute rule. Born of a virgin to dwell sinlessly among sinful man, he is the compassionate Author and Finisher of our salvation. (I Timothy 2:5, 6:15; Revelation 19:16; John 8:24,58, 10:30; Romans 5:1, 12:3; Hebrews 10:10, 11:6; Mark 10:14-15; Ephesians 2:8-9;).






Revealing Christ
Reviving Hearts
Renewing Minds
Restoring Souls
Reforming Lives

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” (2 Timothy 3:16–17) 

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