FBCA has many ways for you to get involved in ministry locally. Read below for ways that you can be engaged missionally in Arlington!
International Friends was established to minister to the needs of families in our multi-cultural community through English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. International Friends assists internationals as they adjust to life in the United States. Students in the program improve their conversational English, learn about American culture, and hear about the Christian faith. International Friends meets Wednesday mornings from 8:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. and 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. September through May. Visit the International Friends page for more information.
Did you know that more than 90 countries are represented on UTA’s campus? That means we can visit more than 90 different cultures without ever having to get on a plane or having a passport. We can literally bless the nations by just walking across the street. If you would like to be a host family or friend for an international student then you need to visit the Friendship Partners page for more details.
Christian Men’s Job Corps is a free, community-based program designed to give hope and a productive future to any man who is experiencing hard times. We provide the opportunity to:
- Break the poverty cycle
- Meet educational and employment goals
- Learn about or grow in the Christian faith
Browse the Web site for more information about Christian Men’s Job Corps of Greater Arlington.
Encouraging, Educating, & Inspiring Women Since 2005
Christian Women’s Job Corps offers under-resourced women the opportunity to both unlock their potential and improve employment prospects as they participate in a 12-Week, tuition-free job skills, and self-improvement program. With a 12-Week course that covers technologies, self-improvement, and financial awareness, our participants step into a new future through our tuition-free program.
We believe that the Scriptures are inspired by God and are profitable for teaching, reproof, correction, and instruction in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16). We love the Lord and His word. Today we host Bible studies in about 354 locations around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Matthew 25:37ff teaches us that there is a connection between the physical and the spiritual and that caring for people who are hurting is important to our Lord. Mission Arlington®/Mission Metroplex® wants to meet the physical needs of people wherever and whenever possible. But the greatest gift we have to offer is the free gift of God’s love for each one through His son in Jesus Christ (John 3:16).
Matthew 23:10 reminds us that we should not be called leaders, for our One true leader is Jesus Christ. God is responsible for all that has happened in and through this place, and we give Him all credit. Luke 22:26 teaches us that an effective leader will first be a servant. Our heart and our hope are to lead well, without fear, but always in the spirit of service and humility.
For more information: missionarlington.org or call 817-277-6620.
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One of the resources RESTORE HOPE is able to provide our church is a developed curriculum that helps provide missional formation for the local church. To get an idea of the sessions, this curriculum covers you can visit the website to see the comprehensive list. FBCA has taken this material and offered it to our congregation by breaking it down into both an Introductory and Advanced Group. These groups form and meet throughout the year and are designed to go through these sessions in the context of community. These are not sessions to be taught or experienced in a lecture format but facilitated in group discussion. If you are interested in being a part of one of these groups, please contact the church offices at 817-277-6353 for more details.
If you are interested in being a part of one of these groups, please contact the church offices at 817-277-6353 for more details.