Kettle Moraine Baptist Church in Whitewater, Wisconsin is happy to host the third MASS-ive Spectacular Bible Quizzing event Friday, June 2nd, from 9am-6pm.
Look Unto Christ is a new song. The words were written by our own Samuel Fuller and the text by Benjamin David Knoedler (BJU Student/WILDS summer staff). The five Fuller children and Pastor Fuller introduced it to our congregation on Sunday.
It was the spotless Lamb of God Who suffered on the cross; His frame was marred, His blood was shed, He paid so high a cost.
It was with great red drops of blood He agonized in prayer; Yet still He prayed, “Thy will be done!” In trust beyond compare.
It was with nails our Lord was hung, Abused on Calvary; Yet He cried out “Forgive them Lord!” His mercy sets us free.
It was our sins that made Him come, He left His throne above; Yet He did this without complaint, And willingly showed love.
Refrain: Come, let us then look unto Christ His spirit strive to live; It was for us He sacrificed, Our lives to Him we give!
KMBA Graduation was an occasion for great rejoicing.
Hannah Fuller was our only graduate this year. She started with one other classmate, had a few others join and then drop off along the way, but her entire school career from K-12th grade was as a student of KMBA.
Her verbal testimony during the ceremony and the testimony of her life lived before our church family and her classmates have been a great encouragement in the Lord.
Our church vocal ensemble sang “This is the Day that the Lord Has Made” for our Easter 2017 morning service.
The Fuller brass played a medley of songs focusing on the resurrection of Jesus Christ at our Easter 2017 worship service.
Our church kids sang a song (“Up from the Grave He Arose”) and recited a poem for Easter this year.
Please join us for Easter
April 16th, 2017
Breakfast at 9:30 AM
Easter Service at 10:45 AM
Report from Pastor Fuller:
The quiz team made it to the final three.
We have no low. California has no low. Kentucky has 1 low.
Quizzing will resume Thursday afternoon.
Tuesday’s record was 8 highs, 0 middles, and 0 lows but several quizzes could have gone any way until the very end.
It has been two grueling days and we are thankful for strength to endure to this point.
Congratulations to the SCQANIT Champions!
The varsity team began the day in a hole by taking a low in their first quiz, had to mount a thrilling comeback in the first head-to-head vs California to give them their first low, and then in the 11th quiz of the day finished it off with a solid win in the final.
The “JV” team was also in the varsity tournament and had an encouraging 7th place finish (out of 17).
Pastor Fuller and his family had the privilege of ministering with the Gaschkes and Stoneridge Baptist Church.
It has been a tremendous encouragement for us at KMBC to watch the Lord use His faithful servants to establish this now 7 year old and self-supporting church in Bloomington, Indiana.
We are thankful the Lord allowed us to have a small part in the early years through prayer and financial support.