A Preacher’s Prayer For His People

A Preacher’s Prayer For His People
Colossians 1:9-14
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Pastor Roger Pearce
Grace Baptist Church
Russellville, AR

Mother’s Day: A Time Of Mixed Emotions

Mother’s Day: A Time Of Mixed Emotions
Exodus 20:12
Sunday, May 12, 2019
Pastor Roger Pearce
Grace Baptist Church
Russellville, AR

Movie Night: War Room 2/20/16


Grace Baptist will be showing War Room on February 20th 2016 at 6:00pm.
Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy popcorn, drinks and snack.
Donations will be accepted for Katelyn Harrison’s 2016 Mission Trip.

For more questions please call the church at 479-968-4115

Fall Festival

Games, Food and Fun for the whole family!

Sunday October 25th starting at 5:30.

Costumes welcome, Nothing Scary Please!

World Mission’s Day 2015


We will join hundreds of other Missionary Baptist churches around the world in celebrating World Missions Day on Sunday, February 22.

Our guest speaker in the morning service will be Filomeno Kakilala. A native of the Philippines, he has been serving in Hawaii. He has recently felt led to return to his native Philippines and is on deputation, raising support for his new ministry.

We will receive a special missions offering–some of it will go to our guest speaker, and the remainder will go to the BMAA missions general fund. Please give generously to help our missionaries spread the good news throughout the world.

Valentine Banquet

You’re invited to the annual Valentine Banquet.

Saturday, February 7th 2015 starting at 6:00pm
Grace Baptist Church Life Center

Dinner entrees will include:

  • Spaghetti with Meatballs
  • Chicken Fettuccine

Tickets: $10/person or $15/Couple

This event is sponsored by GBC Youth to thank you for your continued support.

Courageous Movie Night

We will be showing the movie Courageous in our Family Life Center on Saturday, October 4th, 2014 at 6:00pm! Popcorn and soda will be provided – bring your family and friends and enjoy a FREE movie night!

Christmas Shoeboxes 2014


God sent His Son for us, giving us the most precious gift of all. You have an opportunity to give a child a shoebox filled with material gifts, but more importantly, it’s a chance to meet Jesus Christ as their personal savior. This year, we will be sending shoeboxes to Nicaragua and El Salvador.

This is our ninth year giving Christmas shoeboxes. As in previous years, hundreds of churches participated in the 2013 project and thousands of boxes arrived at our warehouse and were shipped to children in Peru and Romania. We look forward to shipping thousands of gifts this year to children in El Salvador and Nicaragua. Many volunteers give of their time to help us go through each of the shoeboxes to make sure each one is packed correctly. See the guidelines below to help make this project successful. Thank you for helping give children a reason to smile!

Guidelines for the 2014 Making Everlasting Smiles Project

  • DO NOT INCLUDE: toy guns (including water guns), any war related toys (toy soldiers, etc.), balloons, decks of cards, marbles, breakable items (including mirrors and nail polish), knives, CANDY, chap stick or lip gloss, glue of any kind, deodorant or liquids! (Liquids include shampoo, conditioner, lotion, glue, bubbles, etc.) Due to heat we have had problems with a lot of these items melting during shipping.
  • Please wrap the top & bottom of the shoeboxes separately, and secure together with a large rubber band. Shoeboxes need to be close to these measurements: 12”x7”x4”. Please do not send larger boxes because we have a hard time packing them and it’s not fair for some children to receive larger boxes than the rest. ALSO, PLEASE DO NOT SEND THE PLASTIC CONTAINERS. We have had problems with them breaking during shipping.
  • To cover the cost of shipping, please place $5 in the top of each shoebox. If you or your church will be sending multiple shoeboxes, please send one check made out to BMMI to cover the cost of shipping.
  • Please label each shoebox for BOY or GIRL. This will help us out tremendously. Also, if your box is for a baby, please label it Baby Boy or Baby Girl.
  • The ideal Shoebox for a Girl would include: washcloth, bar soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, Spanish Bible, coloring book, crayons, small doll or stuffed animal, notepad, pencils, jump rope, jewelry, and hair bows.
  • The ideal Shoebox for a Boy would include: washcloth, bar soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, Spanish Bible, coloring book, crayons, stuffed animal, notepad, pencils, cars, watch, wallet, bouncy ball, and yo-yo.


Wrap & Pack Night
August 15, 2014
6:30pm – 10:00pm
Contact Chelsey Carnahan for more info.



January 10 Randy & Evelyn Zacher
January 17 Teddy & Tiffany Spivey
January 24 Brenda Carnahan, Lynn Frost
January 31 Mike & Allison Hoke
February 7 Chelsey Carnahan, Peggy Ashcraft
February 14 Josh & Angela Potts
February 21 Ruth Ellington, Becky Zellmann
February 28 Janie & Danielle Lee
March 6 Debbie Pearce, Valli Wanser
March 13 Carol South, Marilyn Lyle
March 20 Dave & Sheila Benson
March 27 Tina Rotenbury, Shelly Domerese


Children’s Church


January 10 Becky Zellmann
January 17 David Duffield
January 24 Tina Rotenbury
January 31 David Duffield
February 7 Janie Lee
February 14 Danielle Lee
February 21 David Duffield
February 28 Chase & Alexa Hettel
March 6 Tina Rotenbury
March 13 Becky Zellmann
March 20 Janie Lee
March 27 Danielle Lee
April 3 David Duffield