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10 Reasons Not to Go to Church

By Luke Stehr | May 14, 2024

Life throws curveballs, and sometimes that means missing church. But at FBC Arlington, we’ve got your back. Whether you’re in a hospital bed, lacking a ride, or welcoming a new addition to your family, our community extends far beyond the church walls. Join us online, find support, and rediscover belonging, regardless of where you’ve been…

Is The Bible Contradictory

By Luke Stehr | April 22, 2024

Is the Bible contradictory?  When we think about the Bible, it’s important to remember that it’s not just one book; it’s more like a library of sixty-six books written across hundreds and hundreds of years. We believe that the Bible was inspired by God, but written by humans – humans who lived in different cultures,…

Bible Passages about the Resurrection

By Luke Stehr | March 5, 2024
A person reading the word of God - the Bible. The handy work of Jesus

Bible Passages about the Resurrection  For people who follow Jesus, Easter is more than just a fun time to gather with family and friends. For Christians, Easter is the ultimate celebration of life! We celebrate Easter because it marks the day that Jesus rose from the dead – or resurrected. For followers of Jesus, this…

What Is Lent?

By Luke Stehr | March 5, 2024
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What is Lent?    Lent is a forty day period of fasting, prayer, and meditation that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter. You may be thinking that that it seems like that would be longer than forty days, and that’s because Christians traditionally have not fasted on Sundays, so that forty period begins…

When Did Jesus Die?

By Luke Stehr | March 5, 2024
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When did Jesus die? Can we say for sure when it happened? While the Bible provides a lot of insight into the events around Jesus death, it’s not like the Gospel writers were writing a medical drama where a doctor dramatically calls a time of death. We have to remember that the writers of the…