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Are you parenting solo?
Military with absent spouse…
Grandparent raising children…
Spouse away on job frequently…
PARENTING SOLO CLASSSunday, in Room 200 at 10:45AM.
Class meets weekly and includes:
- Bible Study for Christian living
- Parenting Tips
- Emotional support within the group
8th Grade Mission Trip
July 16 at 5:30PM
Parent & student meeting in room 230-231 regarding travel schedule.
July 22 at 6:15PM
Team of students and sponsors meet at the Hurlburt house for final mission trip preparation.
July 24 at 4:00PM
Team gathers at Dallas Love Field for departure.
July 29 at 7:45PM
Team lands at Dallas Love Field.
Triumph Sports Dodgeball Camp
July 28 - July 31 @ The 26 Wellness Center
Kinder - 5th grade (completed) 8:30AM - 11:30AM
Participants will be divided into groups based on their age and take part in many different variations of dodgeball that they will love!
$70 per child
Registrations begin June 1 - register in the ministry gallery on Sundays; weekdays in the Wellness Center
Meets weekly on Tuesday nights from 6:30 - 8:00pm.
Taught by Kyle & Debbie Burroughs and Keith & Bev Ellis in the Ellis home 7528 Peachtree Trl; NRH 76182
“Twenty” speaks for itself in the fact that is a group of young singles in their twenties. Twenty is more than a Bible study; it is a place of connection, fellowship and accountability for young singles. This group connects with guys and girls who are on the career path or who have graduated college and are looking for a small group to call their own. We meet every Tuesday night in a home setting to have food, fellowship and Bible study. Come see what’s happening at Twenty.
Current Bible Study: John
We are currently studying the book of John. If you find it hard to believe in God, begin your search not with philosophical questions about the existence and being of God, but with Jesus of Nazareth. This series explores the story of Jesus Christ and will lead young adults to strengthen their knowledge of His eternal nature and work on earth. Contact Stuart Doyle for details.
Your special needs child is welcome at NRHBC!
Every person has the ability to experience God in a special way. Our trained volunteers are ready to love your child and help maximize his or her experience at church. We work closely with parents to create an individualized program for each child based on his or her developmental ability.
Shadowing: Some special needs kids just need a helping hand. Trained adult and teen buddies serve as “shadows” enabling kids to participate in typical classes and KID Worship to his or her maximum ability.
Before your first visit, contact us at 817.284.9206 so we can learn about your child's specific needs and be prepared to welcome you and your child to NRHBC.
Our Special Needs Ministry is open to all ages and ability levels. The self-contained class meets in room 130-131 each week at 9:15 and 10:45. Kids shadowed by a buddy meet in typical classrooms.
Single Adult Ministries 2nd Friday Nights!
Bingo and Mexican Pot Luck
Friday, August 8
6:30 p.m. in FH. Bring a Mexican Food dish to share.
No child care!
Tea and water provided.
If you would like to bring a bingo prize to donate ... don't spend more than $5 dollars.
Not only can you access the Library catalog online but you can check out electronic media to your reader device.
There are currently over 1,000 titles available for our members through the Tarrant Baptist Digital Library Consortium. Go to "Our Library catalog is now online." At the North Richland Hills Baptist: Catalog Search, place a check in the digital downloads box, place the cursor on the search line and press enter. Scroll through the titles and make your selection. To check out media, you will need your Library account number and a pin number. Press the "Check out and Download" to the right of the Title/Description box for your selection and complete the instructions to check out.
The greatest tools the kingdom of God has in our world are Christians living in the local community sharing their faith day-in and day-out under the power of the Holy Spirit.
Disasters open doors to people's hearts that are often otherwise closed. Be apart of the NRHBC disaster relief team and meet the physical and spiritual needs of those who have suffered in a disaster. Discover more...
In 2013, NRHBC entered into a new partnership with the Point church, a church plant in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Point Church’s vision is to see multiple gatherings in multiple places reaching multiple communities in metro Vancouver with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
According to the local newspaper, the Vancouver Sun, “Metro Vancouver is at the forefront of a national trend in which more Canadians are declaring they have no formal religion, but at the same time the city is becoming more spiritually diverse.”
93% of Vancouver residents are lost. 6.3% are nominal Christians and only 0.7% considers themselves as evangelical Christians.
Learn more about the Point Church by visiting their website – www.pointchurch.ca, you can like their page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ThePointCommunity and follow the church on twitter @ThePointTweet.
Have you thought about what you want your legacy to be? On the day that is your last on earth, what will you have given that lasts beyond your life? Perhaps you will have given enduring values that will serve your family for generations. Perhaps you will leave a name that is respected and inspiring. Perhaps you will leave a testimony to people in your community and around the world of your great love, trust and worship of Jesus.
Have you also thought about what you want your legacy to be with regard to the things you have accumulated over your life? Perhaps you have a house, a car, a retirement account, a business, an investment that will remain on that day that is your last on earth. Have you thought about a way to express your values in the way that you plan for the distribution of your assets?
Some members of NRHBC have taken steps to plan for the distribution of their assets to persons and organizations that will continue to extend the gospel of Jesus for generations to come. Wouldn’t it be exciting to know that some of the things that you have worked to accumulate over a lifetime could be used beyond your lifetime for the things you value most?
NRHBC has begun a Legacy Giving Ministry to help NRHBC members think about their own legacy. Some people simply don’t think about including their church in their will and estate plan. This Ministry is designed to create an opportunity for believers to honor the Lord by giving a legacy from a portion of their accumulated assets to support the ongoing and future ministry of the church.
Some people don’t want to think about their estate planning at all. The Legacy Giving Ministry of NRHBC wants to encourage you to think about, pray and take action to create a will if you do not have one. Consider the admonition in 1 Corinthians 14:40 which teaches us: “But everything should be done in a fitting and orderly way.” This would include a fitting and orderly plan for your estate that will result in harmony and protection of your family and the extension of your values throughout future generations.
NRHBC is partnering with the Southern Baptists of Texas Foundation to create an orderly, accountable system to advise, coach, accept and manage funds that are given to NRHBC through wills and estate plans. The Foundation can also be helpful to church members who would like to consult with a trusted advisor regarding their own unique estate planning issues. You can also visit with the church Business Administrator, Jerry Stamps to learn more.
During the middle of the week, high school students experience a night that can only be found with a supernatural presence.
God is at work in student ministries at NRHBC. We have an amazing group of high school students that love God and desire to know him more.
Wednesday night Reactor is the perfect time to experience God's presence in your life. During the night we have a time of great worship, fun activities and a Bible study that is truly life changing.
GriefShare is a special weekly seminar/support group for people grieving the death of someone close. This video seminar series features some of the nation’s foremost Christian experts on grief and recovery topics as seen from a biblical perspective. It’s a place where you can be around people who understand how you feel and the pain of your loss. At GriefShare, you’ll learn valuable information that will help you through this difficult time in your life. We know it hurts, and we want to help.
Mary Ann Wells, Teacher
Sunday morning class meets at 10:45 AM - Room 260
Divorce Care for Kids provides help and support for children (ages 5-12) who have experienced, or are experiencing, separation or divorce. The children participate in fun games and activities, along with DVD dramas about real-life situations children face. Everything will point children to the Bible and Jesus Christ as the ultimate source of healing. Topics include: What is Happening to My Family?, Facing My Anger, How to Deal with My Sadness, Who's to Blame, Loneliness, Talking to My Parents, Moving On, Growing Up and Growing Close to God. Maximum class size: 20 children. Call the Children's Ministry office 817.284.9206 to register or for more information.
The goal of Middle School Reactor is to create a welcoming and exciting environment for 6th-8th grade students where they can hear the Word of God and experience Biblical community.
Each Wednesday will offer food, exciting games and videos, high energy worship, relevant Biblical teaching and an opportunity to plug into a small group. We will meet every Wednesday from 6:45-8:00PM in the Reactor room. You don’t want to miss it!
Walkin' In the Lord's Direction
Wednesday Night W.I.L.D. meets Wednesdays from 6:30 – 8:00PM
Mid-week discipleship for children, Kindergarten through 5th grade.
There is nothing better than Walking In the Lord’s Direction! Every Wednesday night during the school year, children Kindergarten through 5th grade meet on the second floor in the CMB to find out what that means for their lives.
Each fall and spring has a different focus, but both include a time of Bible lessons, verse memorization, and learning Biblical truths. Games and fun activities are used to help students become more familiar with the Bible, as well as practicing memory verses and passages. This fall our focus is Being On Mission in Our Community.
During W.I.L.D. we are always on the move! Your child will have a great time sharpening Bible skills in a fun and energetic way. You may want to be W.I.L.D., too on Wednesdays. Come see how great it is to disciple God’s children so they will grow up Walking In the Lord’s Direction!
Join us each Wednesday from 6:30 - 8:00PM to learn to live a life pleasing to God!
If you would like to serve in W.I.L.D. or want more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every other Monday at 9:30AM
Mom to Mom wants you to be a part of a network that encourages, teaches and let’s you share the experiences of Motherhood! Come see what’s in store for Moms all year! This ministry is designed for Mothers with Preschoolers. You will find encouragement along with a time to connect with fellow moms. This year will consist of a book study, crafts, hearing speakers and lots of discussion time at your table.
We would love to have you join us. Fall 2014 registration to begin May 12. Cost is $40 for the semester, which includes child care costs. Contact us at 817.284.9206 for more information or space availability.
The Men's Ministry offers a specialty class on Sunday mornings during the 10:45 hour in Room 224.
The class is called "Walking in Freedom" and is designed to provide support, accountability, and recovery from addiction.
Show up or contact John Booker for more information, 817.595.2520
“Divorce Care” is DVD and workbook-driven and is facilitated by men and women who have not only experienced divorce, but have gone through “Divorce Care” and been blessed by God.Whether you are divorced, separated, or just broken, “Divorce Care” is for you. You can jump into this 13 week course at any point. It meets in Room 108 during the 10:45 hour on Sundays. There is no cost to you.
If you have any questions about the program, do not hesitate to contact us.
Join your fellow motorcycle enthusiasts as they gather regularly to ride. Every ride is filled with the open road, great fellowship, and great friends. The group is open to everyone. For more information contact Joe Martin 817.239.4268.
Dinner Rides and Monthly Rides highlight the activities. Dinner Rides are places to meet and eat at 6:30PM. For the Monthly Rides, they meet at the 26 Wellness Center at 8:30AM and leave at 9:00AM. They are usually back by 4:00PM.
Open Play Volleyball & Basketball
Every Tuesday evening from April - October the gymnasium in The 26 Wellness Center will be reserved for open play volleyball from 6:00PM - 8:30PM. Participation includes wellness center members and their guests as well as non-members.
- Exceptions: May 27; July 15 (subject to change)
Every Saturday afternoon from April - October the gymnasium in The 26 Wellness Center will be reserved for open play basketball from 3:00PM - 5:00PM. Participation includes wellness center members and their guests as well as non-members.
- Exceptions: April 19; May 3; June 7; August 16 (subject to change)
Lose weight and gain confidence with like-minded kickboxing enthusiasts! The techniques used during the one-hour classes are based on authentic kickboxing techniques which provide both resistance training and cardio vascular benefits to participants.
Now just $20 per month.
Dollie King, personal trainer at The 26 Wellness Center and first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, is leading a cardio-kickboxing class on Saturdays from 11:00AM-12:00Noon. If you are interested in joining, please contact us and we will put you in touch with Dollie.
Did you know that The 26 Wellness Center partners with a certified personal trainer?
- Certified Personal Trainer - NASM
- Certified Fitness Instructor - senior fitness
- 1st degree black belt - Tae Kwon Do
- Certified Kickboxing Instructor
Also, if you are new to The 26 Wellness Center and/or exercising, Dollie is available for a one-time fitness room orientation at no charge to you. She will take you through the various machines, show you the correct way to use each one and answer any questions you may have. With prior notice, Dollie is generally available for orientations on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00PM following her Kickboxing class.
Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group dance fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn.
Choreographed to today's hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today!
Mondays: 4:45 and 5:45PM
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 4:45PM and 5:45PM
50% off $30 joining fee & first class free!
$40 per month
To register or for more information please contact Connie Crews through our office number 817.284.1984.
FREE group workout - Open to all Fitness Levels!
Join our fun, supportive community as we work together to get healthy and fit. We will be trying a variety of different Beachbody workouts (P90X, P90X+, Insanity, Turbo Jam, TurboFire, Body Gospel, RevAbs, etc) each week. As graduates of these programs, our Coaches will be there to show modifications for all fitness levels.
Bring a friend (and water and a towel) and join us for encouragement, accountability, motivation and an all-around good time! Contact Steve and Gina through our office at 817-284-1984 for more information.
The Beachbody fitness class was recently featured by KDAF. You can check out the article here.
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