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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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Seven Signs of Grace for Discouraged Souls

It is certain that only those who have received grace from God can truly see or value the beauty of his grace. The Puritan William Bradford once wrote to a friend, “Your sins are undoubtedly pardoned, etc. For God has given you a penitent, believing heart; that is, a heart which desires to repent and – READ MORE >

FCL Library – Read Charles Spurgeon’s “All of Grace”

C.H. Spurgeon’s classic All of Grace is a simple presentation of salvation by grace alone -and it outlines the way of salvation in clear, concise language that anyone can understand. Christians today can buy many books that elaborate on what you should be doing to please God, but this book is different. It very plainly – READ MORE >

My Friends In Hebrews

“My books are my tools.  They also serve as my counsel, my consolation, and my comfort.  They are my friends and my delights.” ~ Charles Spurgeon Those words appear on a coffee mug that Jessica picked up for me at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary a few years ago.  As a result, those words are – READ MORE >

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 19, 2017

This past Sunday our sermon series in Hebrews brought us to Hebrews 2:1-4. The sermon is titled, “So Great A Salvation” and can be found HERE. The writer of Hebrews provides an exhortation found in verse 1 saying, “we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard”. This is the first warning that – 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.