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Welcome to Fellowship Church Lubbock

Soli Deo Gloria!

Our mission is to provide a place for worship, ministry, and spiritual growth
with the specific purpose of bringing glory to God alone.


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Read Your Bible Every Day

With the New Year comes many resolutions.  As the year meanders along so come many broken resolutions.  Within churches that resolution is frequently to make Bible reading a daily practice. A Christian parody site recently posted a piece that is unfortunately too often a reality among many in the church.  It is titled, “Local Man’s – READ MORE >

God Sent His Son

Every Christmas the church rightly turns her attention to God being with us in the person of Jesus Christ. This staggering account is captured in the gospel narratives of Matthew and Luke. The events that unfold are cause for angels to break upon the scene in proclamation and worship, governments to react, and prophets to – READ MORE >

Reasons for Good Works

On Sunday morning when we considered the word of Paul in Titus 3:14, “Our people must also learn to engage in good deeds to meet pressing needs, so that they will not be unfruitful”, I mentioned a book that provided 5 reasons we would do good works.  The book I mentioned was What is the – READ MORE >

John Murray on Sanctification

For a few years I have heard the name John Murray and seen his book, Redemption Accomplished and Applied.  John Murray was a Scottish professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia who died in 1975.  It wasn’t until this year’s Together for the Gospel conference that I decided to pick up a – READ MORE >

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"Fellowship Church Lubbock" is in no way affiliated with Ed Young or his "Fellowship Church" network in Dallas, Fort Worth, or Miami.