Library

The FBC Library exists to assist attenders of FBC in their pursuit of Jesus.  

Our library is located on the second floor of the East building.  Consult the campus and parking maps below for directions.  Our library has thousands of books, videos, and audio recordings that are there to serve you.  We encourage to take time to visit and see what is available for you.  In addition, our website is growing as a resource for you as well.  Check out some of the web content that is updated on the regular basis.

Hours

Sunday: 10:30am – 11:00am
Monday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am- 1:00pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed

Library Contact Info

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (479) 968-1316

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Holiday Calendar

As the the holidays approach us in the next few weeks, we would like to make sure that you know the schedule of events that is happening at FBC.

Check out recent sermons from our services

The Letter to Ephesus

Today, as we move into week two of our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we look at the letter to the church of Ephesus. God gives this church a simple, three-step process to recover its footing in dark days, a process that we would be wise to copy.

Looking Back

Today, we begin a new sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” from the book of Revelation. We begin today by exploring John’s vision of those things that he knew to be true concerning Christ and His church, things that are still foundational for the church today.

Joseph’s Funeral

Today, we conclude our study of the book of Genesis and this sermon series, “Israel’s Legacy,” with a final act of forgiveness from mighty Joseph and an act of faith on his part that has echoed in Scripture for several thousand years.

Previous Sermon Series

The Letter to Ephesus

Today, as we move into week two of our sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” we look at the letter to the church of Ephesus. God gives this church a simple, three-step process to recover its footing in dark days, a process that we would be wise to copy.

Looking Back

Today, we begin a new sermon series, “The Seven Letters,” from the book of Revelation. We begin today by exploring John’s vision of those things that he knew to be true concerning Christ and His church, things that are still foundational for the church today.

Joseph’s Funeral

Today, we conclude our study of the book of Genesis and this sermon series, “Israel’s Legacy,” with a final act of forgiveness from mighty Joseph and an act of faith on his part that has echoed in Scripture for several thousand years.