Services for Body of Faith will be held on Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. at Wilcrest Baptist Church. We are recommending a maximum of 30 attendees. Please remember to wear your masks.
Address: 10800 Sharpview Dr, Houston, TX 77072
Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the well being of our church family and community, Sunday Services will be live-streamed on Facebook at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.
As a reminder, please utilize the web portal for giving online. You can also follow the link below to give online as well as the link to our Facebook page.
Join us for prayer every Tuesday at 6:30 pm and each Wednesday at 10:00.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 656 734 264
Body of Faith will relaunch Bible Study on August 25, 2020 and each Tuesday evening thereafter at 7:00 pm. We will be studying the book (The Attributes of God) by Steven Lawson. The cost for the book is $10.00. Regular Bible Study will strengthen you and give you courage. You'll grow in confidence of God's truth.
TODAY’S SERMON from Pastor James Darby
"Sin Separates Us From God"
Luke 18:1 (KJV) "And He Spake a Parable Unto Them To This End, That Men Ought Always To Pray and Not To Faint."
I thank God for his grace, mercy, and provision. I am grateful to all the men from different churches who came out and supported The Vision to have 100 men go and pray for local hospitals. It was 9 years ago when my eldest son was in the hospital. He had been diagnosed with testicular cancer. While he was in the hospital, I found myself praying with families from around the world. On May 1, 2020, I was moved to challenge Body of Faith Men to push for 100 men to meet and pray with us on June 5, 2020. I thank God for a total of 64 participants. Of that number, we had several praying with us via telephone in Lutcher, LA.
Thank you for participating in the 100 Men Hospital Prayer. The event would not have been a success without God's grace.
Pastor James Darby
Serving the community in times of need; Body of Faith has assisted the community by participating in local Food Drives. We have continually prayed for our First Responders, Local Hospitals, and staff during this nationwide pandemic.