Eagle's Landing First Baptist Church
We exist to involve people in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ
Every Sunday, we gather for worship at 11 AM.
We may initially seem like a big church, but we have developed a network of small-groups based on "seasons of life" that provide a great way for you to make new friendships, have prayer support, care, and encouragement. All of this occurs while you grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ through relevant teaching and Bible study. Lifegroups are the backbone of our church, and they are offered for all stages of life-adults, students, and children!
Lifegroup classes begin at 9:30 AM on Sundays and 7 PM on Wednesday evenings.
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We just recently left this church, if there ever was a church that has conformed to the world and stuck their noses up to the word of God this would be it. Please, don’t take me wrong there are a handful of people that are not like this in the church as any where in life.
My experience and witnessing of certain invents proved to me they scorn and “black market” questioning and you can see the anger in their eyes. They reject anything that is not mainstream thinking.
The woman can not show more breasts unless they took their shirts off. The teenage girls wore clothing entirely to revealing for any situation, including church. There are definite “clinches” and you will certainly know for sure when you do not belong. A while back there was an event where someone was accepting something out of wedlock and she was praised and given many things in support and yet I watched another couple marry and, not one congratulations. This is enough said about the church itself.
As for the academy I heard such praises of the school and how it was “voted” one of the top. Yet, when I investigated the academy with consideration to send my children I found that the students, just as in the public schools, lack the ability to think and reason for oneself. Harsh judgments against each other and the academics were less than to be desired. In fact, I saw several graduates who were incapable of performing basic percentages; example taking 10% off of a $20 purchase, yet they graduated with A’s and B’s.
Certainly, we have decided to leave the church after a good year of attending, being we wanted to give a fair chance. Our final straw was a remark we received from someone about our lack of tithing. Indeed we tithed, only in cash and do not see anywhere in the bible where it says we should make our tithing known to the congregation. That is between our family and the Lord. We do not care about the tax deductions, for this is not the reason for which we tithe.