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teach the Bible

We have built our Youth Ministry on teaching the Word of God. Over the last 7 plus years, it has been our top priority to get the many Youth of Fairdale a Bible and then begin teaching it to them verse by verse and book by book. We thank God that its not really “our” ministry but instead “His work”. We are thankful that He has brought many young people to us, and we hope He will continue using us to see their lives changed for the good.

Please click this link to read a good article on teaching the Bible to youth verse by verse. It is called “Your Students Can Handle Expository Preaching.”

Fairdale High School FCA

Many of our students attend Fairdale High School.

This picture was taken at the High School’s FCA meeting on Thursday afternoon.  Our Pastor Josh Greene volunteers to help lead the FCA group.

Letter from Seth

Church in Fairdale,

For the last month I have had the privelege of serving WITH you. When I say privelege, I mean it. I come away from this time being truly blessed, and I thank God for using you in that. We have become friends within the family. I thank you.

Over the last month, Christ encouraged me and convicted me. It was encouraging to see youth with a desire to grow. It was encouraging to be in worship services where God and His word were the main focus. And it was encouraging to see men serving FBCF in any way they could, specifically with the new kitchen. As I said, I was also convicted. I saw how much I have to grow. Christ revealed to me that I must spend more time in His word. And Christ showed me, that to be more like Jesus, I must fall in love with serving His church.

Thank you for the time you sacrificed to help me grow, and to grow with me. I loved it! FBCF, I love you. I will miss you. I hope to see you all again.

In Christ,

Seth Springs

summer intern – Seth Springs

Hey guys, I am Seth Springs. I am a 17 year old from Charlotte, North Carolina. I am about to enter my Senior year of high school. I am a former athlete and I love to compete. So what?

Christ has given me the awesome opportunity of serving FBCF for the next month. I was saved by Christ a little over 2 years ago, and I pray that God would continue to work in and through me.

I am excited to be  serving the church in various ways, but I am very excited about getting to know the people! Also, I will be teaching youth bible study for the next few Wednesday nights. Together we will, “Believe Jesus. Love Jesus. Live Jesus.”

Thank you in advance for the friendships that we will build!

In Christ,

Seth Springs

Contact Info:



You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.

Thank You Krutzas!

This past Wednesday evening was Drew, Amanda & Calvin Krutzas final day serving at our church.

We will truly miss them. For the last 2 and a half years they have shown us what it means to truly love and follow Jesus. We thank God for bringing them into our lives. We are so thankful for how God used them with our Youth group. We pray that their new ministry opportunity would be filled with God’s leading.

Thank you Drew & Amanda! We will miss you!

Youth Summer Interns 2010

This summer is our 3rd summer of having Youth work at the church. This is a great working/ministry/discipleship opportunity for these youth, and it is also a great blessing to our church. Nate Martin (a faithful member of our church and a ministerial student at Boyce College) is leading the interns this summer. They work Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 3pm. The interns do a little bit of everything from studying the Bible to planning Youth events to serving the church in any capacity. All to become more like our King Jesus!


My name is Chassity Arnold. Or you can call me Chuck. I am seventeen. I will be a senior at Butler High School. This year will be my second year doing interns. I hope and pray that all of the youth and interns will grow to love Jesus more.


I’m Michaela. People call me Mike. I am 15, a sophomore at Male High School. I talk a lot. I am hoping that this year I will grow and love Jesus more. I laugh like a pig. At least that’s what JGreene says.


Hey everyone! My name is Joshua Vincent and I am an intern for the first time at FBCF. I just graduated from Fairdale High, and I am now a freshman in college at JCTC. I am 19 years old. I would love to use this internship to become a stronger follower in Christ. I enjoy reading, playing drums, and just helping people. I am looking forward to seeing how God uses me this summer to help people.

Busy Summer for FBCF Youth

Summer 2010 is a little different from the previous summers for the Youth Group of FBC Fairdale.

This is the first summer in 6 years that we are not going to Youth Camp. We think that will prove to be a really good thing because we are finding many ways to impact our youth in various ways.

1)     SUPER TUESDAYS – Six different Tuesdays this summer all Youth are invited to church for Bible, Fun, & Service.

2)     BATS GAME – On July 6, all of the youth are going to a Louisville Bats Game. Free Tickets are provided.

3)     HOLIDAY WORLD – On July 13, all youth are invited to Holiday World. Cost is $30 each.

4)     SUMMER INTERNS – We are having 3 youth work at church for 7 weeks this summer as interns. They will helping the Pastor and Nate Martin. This begins July 6. More to come later in regards to this.

5)     ECUADOR MISSION TRIP – We had 3 youth go on our summer mission trip to Ecuador. It was mighty trip that God is still impacting us from. More to come later in regards to this.

6)     FCA LEADERSHIP CAMP- We also sent 3 youth to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leadership Camp.

7)     YOUTH INTERNSHIP – We also have a High School Senior from North Carolina coming for four weeks to serve in our church. He is in the ministry and will be working along with our Pastor and Youth Group. He will be here from mid July to mid August.

That is a busy summer. We are praying for God to work mightily in our young people.

2010 – Legendary Lock-In: THIS FRIDAY NIGHT @ 6pm!

That’s right. The time has finally come! This year’s Legendary Lock-In starts this Friday night at 6pm and runs until Saturday morning at 10am. There’s a reason we’re calling this thing ‘legendary’, so make plans now to be there with every friend you can fit in your car (or on your bike). All the specs are below, pay close attention, and don’t forget to print off or pick up a MEDICAL RELEASE FORM to turn in to us on Friday when you arrive. If the legendary fun is too much for you to handle, we want to know what kind of doctor you prefer — Dr. Phil or a real one who actually knows what he’s doing. Anyways, here’s the info you’ve all been waiting for:

TIME: 6:00pm Friday – 10:00am Saturday

PLACE: First Baptist Church Fairdale

WHO: Any youth, middle school to high school. Bring your friends, family, and complete and total strangers.

WHAT TO BRING: **Medical release form (you can print them off of this website on the left menu)**, friends, sleeping bags and pillows, change of clothes (for various reasons), old pair of tennis shoes (for running around in), black clothes or camo (for one of the games — don’t worry if you don’t have any, because it’s not imperative), flashlight (if you have one), and any board games or video games you want to play later in the night.

QUESTIONS: Email or call Hank or Drew.

Youth Leaders: This Week’s Catechism Question

Question 6: Did God create people so wicked and perverse?

Answer: No. God created them good and in His own image, that is, in true righteousness and holiness, so that they might truly know God their creator, love Him with all their heart, and live with Him in eternal happiness for His praise and glory.

(…from the Heidelberg Catechism)

Is Jesus Just Your Facebook Friend?

Friend requests, pokes, wall-to-wall, and messages? Facebook lingo aside, there would be something very disturbing if Jesus was just your “facebook friend”. If you’re on facebook long enough, you’ll probably end up with a person or two on your “friend” list that you’ve either never met, or you met one time and have forgotten who they are.

It’s kind of a weird situation. You know their name, you know what they look like, you know their “info”, and you know who they are friends with — but you don’t really know them. It’s the appearance of a relationship without the reality of it. If you’re not careful, the Bible says, you can deceive yourself into thinking you know Christ when he is really nothing more to you than a random facebook friend. You can go to church a long time and be at all the youth events — and know a whole lot of things about Christ; without really knowing Him as a Lord and Savior. “On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.'” (Matthew 7:22-23)

There are few things more embarrassing than forgetting someone’s name who is your facebook “friend”. But as embarrassing as that is for you, it’s still better than thinking you’re someone’s friend and you’re really not. That’s the kind of deal we are talking about here. It takes more than knowing the story of Christ or knowing things about Him to really call yourself a Christian. To be a Christian requires a change of heart and a response of faith. Jesus doesn’t want to be your facebook friend, he wants to be your Lord and Savior.

And that is what his life and death were all about — making a way for sinful man to be reunited with a holy God. At the end of the day, knowing Jesus like a facebook friend will leave you “separated from Christ, alienated from the commonwealth of Israel and strangers to the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world.” (Ephesians 2:12) But there’s good news! It doesn’t have to be that way. For “now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. ” (Ephesians 2:13) When you repent of your sins and place your faith in Christ, He doesn’t come to live in your computer — He comes to live in your heart. And that’s enough to change your status forever…

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