Heartland Baptist Church has teamed up with the R.E.A.C.H. ministry out of Friendship Baptist Church in Highland, AR to provide needed supplies through churches in the areas affected by Hurricane Florence. The list of items we are interested in providing is:
Diapers – baby wipes, baby food; formula
Hand wipes – towels; hand / bath
Tooth brush / tooth paste
Razor blades, shaving cream
Soap / deodorant
Paper plates / cups / cutlery
Cereals – Oatmeal
Can foods / dehydrated foods
Coffee / sugar
For those who cannot give items, we will accept funds that will be given either through Heartland Baptist Church to purchase items.
All funds are tax deductible.
Drop off location for the Perryville Missouri area is:
Heartland Baptist Church
829 W. Saint Joseph St., Perryville MO 63775
Monetary donations may be put in the church drop box near the front door of the church. Receipts can be mailed if an address is included.
Please contact Pastor Kiefer to arrange a drop off of goods.
Pastor, Jim Kiefer – 573-513-2112
Bro. George Smith – 870-416-1611 (director of R.E.A.C.H.)
We are sending out our first missionary!
The pastor’s daughter Rachel has been called to be a missionary in the country of Honduras. She will assist church planters as a teacher in their efforts to reach the children and ladies in their towns and villages. She is currently seeking supporting churches and hopes to be in the country early in 2020. If you are interested in supporting this godly young lady you can send your support to Heartland Baptist Church, 829 W. Saint Joseph St, Perryville, MO 63775 designated for Rachel Kiefer. If you have questions feel free to contact the church office at (573) 547-8960.
This Sunday will be a special day at Heartland Baptist Church! The Pastor’s daughter Rachel has been called to be a missionary in the Country of Honduras, South America. She will be presenting that work and explaining her calling and mission in Adult Sunday School at 10 a.m. In addition, the Anner family, Missionaries who already serve in Honduras will be present to update us on their ministry in Honduras following Rachel’s presentation.
The morning service will start at 11 a.m. as usual with Pastor Jim Kiefer preaching from the book of Matthew, presenting another message from the “Kingdom of Heaven” series.
As the final Sunday of the month we will be having our traditional fellowship with a pot-lock lunch right after the morning service.
The day will close out after the afternoon service which will begin at 1:30 p.m. with Brother Seven Anner preaching.
We hope to see you there!
You may now download the sermon audio from the sermons page. To do so right-click on the title (those that are blue) and choose “Save Link as”. A window will then open allowing you to choose what folder to save the MP3 file to on your computer. From there you are free to move it to an MP3 player, phone, or other device.
I trust that God will bless you as you seek Him and learn of Him.
Pastor Jim Kiefer
Last Sunday evening I delivered a message to the congregation of Heartland Baptist Church that I believe is very important. The truth is God’s desire (will) for each person is good. He is not out to get us or seeking to condemn us, 2 Peter 3:9 tells us that “The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.” And John 3:17 says, “For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.”
In the first chapter of Ephesians Paul shares that God’s will for us is good and that everything God allows or brings into our lives is good. It was God’s will that Paul become an apostle. God willed grace and peace to us, all blessings for us, and chose to allow us to come before Him blameless and in Love. God willed our adoption into the family of God and made us accepted. He chose to redeem and forgive us and cause his blessings to abound toward us. God willed that in the future (in the fullness of time) that we come before him to receive an inheritance. God’s will toward us is very good.
Listen to the full message and understand that there is only one thing that can cut off the goodness of God’s will your life.
This is the last night
Come on out!
There will be a cookout after the tent comes down. Then the Candy Cannon will be fired for the young people (and anyone else with a sweet tooth).
Pictures from this year
June 10th through the 15
7 p.m. Start time – Rain or shine!
It is time to set up the Gospel Tent again! The tent raising will happen Saturday June 9th at 9 a.m. This year the tent will be set up in the front lawn of the church property at 829 W. Saint Joseph St., Perryville. Everyone in the community is invited to hear special music (usually starts 20-30 minutes early) and good preaching of God’s Word. There will be folding chairs out, but you are welcome to bring a lawn chair. There are parking spots along Saint Joseph st. in front of the church as well as in the parking lot for folks who don’t get around well to park close enough to hear/see what is going on under the tent.
Also know that Dale Aguiar will be speaking at our 10 a.m. Bible Study and 11 a.m. service Sunday morning June 10th.
Below are pictures of previous years.