Posts for faith

Acts 18:8 Believer's Baptism

2017 June 19

Biblical Baptism = Believer's Baptism

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WHEN Ye Fast

2015 May 09

It's not a question of "if" we should fast but how we act "when" we fast.

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Let Us Pray

2015 May 08

The closet is a metaphor for private prayer.

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Doubting Thomas

2015 February 27

Skepticism can sometimes be an unhealthy thing.

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Philip

2015 February 24

The trial you face is for your learning.

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For The "Fathers"

2014 November 10

He is just the same today!

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Fight On!

2014 November 07

Christ has already won the war, let us fight on as victors in the fight of faith.

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Faith Mixed With Doubt

2014 September 20

How pure is your faith?

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This Day

2014 September 11

It's 9/11 and Jesus still reigns!

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Faith & Testimony

2014 September 06

The faith given in the new birth is independent of gospel faith.

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Is God Limited By Our Lack of Faith?

2014 September 05

Will everyone of God's children believe and trust Him to the fullest?

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Trust

2014 May 19

Tempted and tried we're oft made to wonder why it should be thus all the day long.

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So, Why Is Mary So Happy?

2014 February 11

She rejoiced in the sovereign power of God and was not ashamed to say that God did it all!

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Magnificent Rejoicing

2014 February 10

Words mean something. God is either sovereign or not.

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Witness #20: The Prophets

2013 December 07

We Have It Better Than The Prophets

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Witness #19: Samuel

2013 December 06

A Voice In The Night

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Witness #18: David

2013 December 03

The Giant-Slayer Who Would Be King

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Witness #17: Jephthah

2013 December 01

The Outcast Hero

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Witness 16: Samson

2013 November 29

Mischievous Faith

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Witness #15: Barak

2013 November 28

Some women can give you the worst headaches.

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Witness #14: Gideon

2013 November 27

The sword of the LORD, and of Gideon

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Witness #13: Rahab

2013 November 26

Hide!

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Witness #12: The Battle of Jericho

2013 November 25

And the walls came tumblin’ down!

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Witness #11: Moses

2013 November 24

Faith in a name that he doesn't even know

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Witness #10: Moses' Parents

2013 November 23

Faith enough to bring down a king!

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Witness #9: Joseph

2013 November 21

Bury my bones back home!

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Witness #7: Isaac

2013 November 15

A blind blessing.

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Witness #5.5: Abraham

2013 November 14

God will provide himself a lamb.

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Witness #6: Sara

2013 November 13

Is anything too hard for the LORD?

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Witness #5: Abraham

2013 November 12

Get out and go!

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Witness #4: Noah

2013 November 11

Rain? What’s Rain?

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Witness #3: Enoch

2013 November 06

Take a walk with God.

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Witness #2: Abel

2013 November 01

What made Abel Able?

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Welcome

Brentwood Hills Primitive Baptist Church is a community of believers working together to transform our lives to the image of Jesus Christ. We believe it is our duty and privilege to live the gospel of the doctrines of grace in such a way as to edify the families within our church and other children of God in our community. Through regular worship based on strong Biblical principles, fellowship, admonishment, and outreach, we glory in the grace of the sovereign God working in our lives thereby showing the Spirit of God in the world.

Brentwood Hills was organized in 1906 in Fort Worth, Texas as Laodicea Primitive Baptist Church. You can find much of the history of the church, as well as other churches here: Primitive Baptist History Database

We identify ourselves as an old-line Primitive Baptist church. If you read our Articles of Faith, you’ll see that we hold to such doctrines as the inspiration and inerrancy of the Bible. We recognize the King James Version (KJV) as the only English translation worthy of being called the Bible. We believe in salvation solely by the grace of a sovereign God. We believe that Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, came to the earth to do the will of His Father, which was to deliver from the sentence of death all those the Father gave Him before the world began. We believe that Jesus fully satisfied the Father by atoning for all the sins of all His people. In time, we believe the Holy Spirit comes to each person that belongs to Jesus and regenerates them. Then (and only then) can anyone have faith, which is a fruit of the Spirit, by which you are able to believe the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether or not you ever hear the gospel, or believe it if you did hear it, or obey it if you did believe it, rest assured that Jesus will remain forever faithful to you because, if He died for you, He will never deny that you belong to Him.

We believe that everyone for whom Christ died will without fail be raised again from the dead to a glorified life. Even if we are alive when He returns to raise the dead, we shall be changed to a glorified life. All the Redeemed will meet the Lord in the air. Then He will take us to Heaven and there we shall forever be with the Lord. The wicked will be raised at the same time as the righteous, but the wicked shall go away into everlasting punishment along with Satan and his angels. Until that glorious day when Christ returns to raise the dead, He has provided a place for His people to find rest for their souls. This place is the Church. Jesus Christ set-up His church on this earth before His death on the Cross. The church is there for those of His people who have come to believe that God saved them by His Son, Jesus Christ. To believe that Christ “paid it all” gives believers the strongest motivation to serve Him. Once enlightened to this glorious truth, then the child of God should feel an obligation to become and remain an active member of the His church. To serve the Lord in His church makes for one of the great blessings to experience this side of Heaven. It fulfills you to serve in His church and it gives your life purpose and meaning.

Elder Ward Rowell named Pastor

Brentwood Hills Primitive Baptist church is happy to announce that Elder Ward Rowell of Arlington, TX has accepted the church's call to be its Pastor. Elder Ward has been visiting Brentwood Hills regularly this year as we looked for a new pastor. His love, dedication and liberty while preaching to us over the last several months showed the Holy Spirit working.

Elder Rowell has been a member of Old School Primitive Baptist Church since 2000 faithfully serving under Pastor Mike Montgomery. After joining Grace Primitive Baptist Church in Houston, TX in June of 1972, he was ordained to the office of deacon in September of 1983. Elder Rowell was ordained to the ministry by Old School Primitive Baptist Church in November of 2006. He and Cathy were members of Houston Primitive Baptist Church for eight years prior to moving from Houston to the Dallas area.

We are truly thankful for the prayers of our sister churches during this time. It has been a blessing as God continues to be patient and kind to his people in this place. We pray that he will continue with us as we strive to serve the Lord together.

Living in Liberty

Elder Bryce Lowrance