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No Trunks, Just Treats This Saturday Night, October 29th

Saturday, October 29th at 6:00 PM Each year our church invites families from our community to stop by for some friendly faces and candy.  Tables will be set up in the Family Life Center (FLC) for children to walk by to get their treats. For Those Wishing To Participate: Dressing up and decorating your table is not a requirement to participate, but is always appreciated. As you can imagine, there is a large demand for candy as well. If you cannot attend but would like to donate candy, please bring it to the HPBC Bible Study Office when you come to church. If you would like to reserve a table please contact the church office office@homelandparkbc.org / (864) 296-9751.

Drive-In Church This Sunday @ 11:00am

  Come join us for a Drive-In Church Worship Experience on Sunday, October 30th. We will be joining together in our back parking lot for worship on the grounds. Participate from behind your dashboard or bring your best tailgating setup. The service will begin at 11:00 am Following the service you are invited to join us with your food for a tailgate fellowship right in the parking lot. Dress code is casual and this is a great opportunity to invite a friend to. In case of cold or rainy weather we will move the services into the Sanctuary

Sign Says God Loves You!

Sometimes the most powerful message is the simplest one.  I pray as people from all walks of life and at different places in their walk with the Lord would be encouraged by God's Word. John 3:16 (NLT) “For this is how God loved the world: He gave[a] his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life." May it encourage you right now as you read it! - Pastor James

Pastor's Post for September 2022 - Vision for God’s Will (Proverbs 29:18)

One of the most misunderstood scriptures that has been taken out of context since the late 1990’s is Proverbs 29:18 “Where there is no vision, the people perish but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.” - KJV. Many try to make this verse mean if you do not have any overarching “vision” statement then an organization will fail.  While I cannot argue with that statement, it is not the reason this verse was written. The truth of this verse means, anywhere someone does not keep the principles of God’s word at the forefront of their lives, then people will go their own way. When people reject God, sin runs wild. We see that at every turn in today’s culture.  Over the next few months you will hear more from me regarding a “vision” for the future of our church.  You can rest assured it will be rooted in keeping God’s word at the forefront of our lives.  If you are not actively seeking to obey God’s word, there will be no hope for our church to do the same.  Keep His word and will close to yo

God Walks With You - Pastor's Post for August 2022

  God Walks With You! The month of August is a pivotal month.  The summer is winding down and for many families the reality of the grind is approaching.  School schedules, day care, jobs, and other commitments resume as the hopes of cooler weather approach.  For students, another year in school offers a chance to start fresh.  Whether you are looking for a new start or simply getting back into the grind, take comfort in the fact that if you are a child of God, He walks WITH you! Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me. (Psalms 23:4 NLT) A pastor went to visit a mother whose son had been killed. When he arrived at her house, she was in her bedroom and would not come out to talk to anyone. Wanting to help, the minister sat beside the distraught mother and said nothing for awhile. Later he began to softly say, “The Lord Is My Shepherd, I shall not want” The mother began to listen. When h

Collecting School Supplies for Mission Action for July and August

Mission Action for July / August Our Mission Action Project for the months of July and Aug will be school supplies for our Back to School Supplies Giveaway on Sunday, August 7. Items needed: Wide Ruled Notebook Paper, 3x5 Index Cards, Colored Pencils, Large & Small Glue Sticks, Hand Sanitizer (Small Bottles), Crayons, No. 2 Pencils, Mechanical Pencils, Small Student Safety Scissors, Post It Notes, Dry Erasers, Earbuds, and Book Bags.