Welcome to First Baptist Church of Lake Orion

Welcome to First Baptist Church of Lake Orion

Sunday School & Adult Bible Fellowship @ 9:15 AM - Morning Worship @ 10:30 AM - Evening Worship @ 5:00 PM

Join us for a fun filled day!

Join us for a fun filled day!

Free games, inflatables, food, and much more!

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The 12 sessions cover 2,000 years of events and topics that every Christian should know.

Sunday Morning Sermon Series

Sunday Morning Sermon Series

A Study on Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians.

Crates Study - CLICK ON THE ABOVE SLIDE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Crates Study - CLICK ON THE ABOVE SLIDE FOR MORE INFORMATION

13 session study: a study on the ministry of the Holy Spirit, using Dr. John MacArthur's book, Strange Fire, as our text.

Lake Orion Baptist School

Lake Orion Baptist School

"Thoroughly equipping God’s children for His Work"

Important News

SCRIPPS ROAD is closed at M-24 until beginning of August. Please follow the detour signs using Stadium Drive for access to the church.

WELCOME!

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Latest Sermon

Consider Compassion

Doing right in the case of our attitude and approach to these discernibly unbiblical movements and practices involves exercising compassion for the spiritual plight of those involved. Why? Because they, like us, are equally God’s image-bearers, marred by sin and destined for hell if not for the Holy Spirit’s intervention. Are we willing to consider that our Spirit-filled attitudes and actions might be part of that intervention? Or that our fleshly/selfish attitudes and actions might be a hindrance, grieving the Spirit? These are hard things to consider because it is just plain easier to come to a biblically right position, or to biblically identify a problem, than it is to then be used by the Spirit of God to also be part of the solution. It’s just easier, perhaps, to be like Jonah: not wanting people to respond to God’s compassionate message of mercy because you want them to experience God’s judgment; because, after all, that’s what they deserve! The brute fact of the matter is, so do you, and so do I!

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