Our hope is in the Person of Jesus Christ, who died as a sacrifice for sin that the world through Him might be saved (set free; delivered) from the penalty of sin; eternal death and condemnation and have eternal life. Below, Romans 6:23 is divided into 3 parts to help you understand why you need to be saved.
“For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”
THE WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH
The Gift of God is Eternal Life
Through Jesus Christ our Lord
Our faith is anchored in the Bible, God’s Holy Word. At First Baptist we believe the Bible is the verbally inspired and infallible, authoritative Word of God; that it is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice. We further believe that God has wonderfully preserved His Word in its smallest detail so that we might have His standard by which to live for His glory. (2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21; Matthew 24:35)
TOM A. FAULK
Pastor Faulk and his wife Laura were saved on Sunday, March 19, 1978. Reassured of a call to preach in October of that same year Pastor enrolled at Hyles-Anderson College to prepare for full-time ministry. He began in the Fall semester of 1979 and graduated in 1984. Pastor and Laura have faithfully served the Lord for nearly 40 years which includes Christian Education, Bible Institute, and the pastoral ministry. 22 of those years have been in New England. Pastor Faulk loves his church family and desires to help them grow in their faith. He is passionate about church planting in New England and has been influential in helping to start churches in the Northeast.
AARON M. MCCARTHY
Pastor Aaron McCarthy upon being led of God moved to Massachusetts in June of 2010 to assist Pastor Faulk at FBC Groton. Brother McCarthy serves as the assistant pastor and youth director at FBC. Saved at age 20, Bro. McCarthy gave his heart to the Lord. Not long after his salvation decision, he knew God was calling him to preach. For the next several years, he completed a Bible Institute program. In 2016, he was ordained to the pastoral ministry. Aaron and his wife, Shannon including their two children Lauryn and Greyson lovingly serve the Lord and their church family.
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