June 14, 2021

Last month our church reached a major milestone in our efforts to reduce the debt on our Worship Center.  We have now paid off over $700,000 of the original $1.2 million loan.  We celebrated this major milestone with a Note Burning Service on June 6.  Joining me in the celebration are Steve Giles, who chaired the building committee, and Dr. James Chapman, one of our Trustees.  What has been amazing is that we were able to reduce our debt by over $100,000 in the last twelve months.  This accomplishment is a miracle because it occurred during the pandemic.

I truly believe that God has great plans for Liberty Baptist Church in the months and years ahead.  And I know that God is preparing now the next man to serve as Pastor of this wonderful congregation.  Please pray for the Pastor Search Committee as it seeks the man to lead this church into His future.

Thanks for listening,

Pastor Paul Frick

May 19, 2021
You may have heard by now that I am retiring from full-time ministry.  It has been my high privilege to serve Liberty for over 17 years.  My last day at Liberty will be August 1.
On May 16, the church elected a Pulpit Committee.  Christopher Giles will be chairman of the committee.  Serving with him will be:  Bob Brimi, Carmen Dagley, Lois Freels, Sara Goss, Zandy Knox, and Wayne Olmstead. I think this committee will do an outstanding job.        
                                                    
This committee will seek out first a Transitional Interim Pastor.  After the interim has been installed, the committee will begin the work to find a permanent Pastor.  The committee will start their work next month.  Please pray for them as they seek out the men to occupy the pulpit of our church.
Please pray for Jo Ellen and me as we enter a new season of life.  I know that God has more work for me to do and He will reveal His will in accordance to His timing.  LIberty has a wonderful future ahead and I can’t wait to see how the Lord will use this church to further His Kingdom work.    
Thanks for listening,
Pastor Paul Frick