The New Testament Baptist Church of Butler, PennsylvaniaSunday, August 18, 2013
724.282.2494 437 North Duffy Road, Butler, Pennsylvania 16001 www.VisitNTBC.com
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Adult & Children’s Bible Study Classes
11:00 AM Morning Preaching6:00 PM Choir Practice
7:00 PM Evening Preaching
7:00 PM Midweek Bible Study & Prayer
Weekly Service Schedule
10:30 AM Bus Visitation, Soul Winning & Outreach
The Frank Brim Family
Missionaries to Brazil
Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil, is the largestcountry in South America. It is the world's fifth largest country,both by geographical area and by population, with 192million people. It is slightly smaller than the United States. It iscomprised of mostly flat to rolling lowlands in the north withsome plains, hills, mountains, and a narrow coastal belt.Exploiting vast natural resources and a large labor pool, Brazilis South America's leading economic power and a regionalleader. It is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the Americas. The vast majority of people are Roman Catholic.Frank was approved as a World Baptist Fellowship missionary in August, 1990. Darla was approved in August,1992. Both Frank and Darla grew up in pastors' homes.Frank was saved in 1972 after being shown the plan of salvation by his mother. He surrendered to thecall of missions during a mission conference at the age of fifteen. He is a 1988 graduate of ArlingtonBaptist College.Darla's parents led her to the Lord in their home when she was 9 years old. At that same age she wasexposed to missions on a visit to Mexico with them. During another visit to Mexico on spring break in 1991God confirmed His call to her for missions.Frank and Darla left for their first term of service in Brazil in February, 1994. Their sending church isChichester Baptist Church in Aston, Pennsylvania.
There Are No Absolutes!
You Can’t Be Sure of Anything
Those who say that there are no absolutesare often very adamant about their belief.If they say that they are absolutely sure,then they are wrong because their ownstatement is an absolute. If they are not100 percent sure, then there is a chancethat they are wrong, and they are riskingtheir eternal salvation by trusting in a wrong belief. God tells us that there is anobjective, absolute truth that is not subject
to man’s interpretations or whims, on
which we can base our eternity. That truthis the Word of God