“And we proclaim Him [Christ], admonishing every man and teaching every man with all wisdom, that we may present every man complete in Christ.” – Colossians 1:28

At First Baptist Church Keller, we believe and teach the inerrancy and sufficiency of God’s Word. You will be blessed as you study His Word in depth and grow in your Christian walk.

Disciple Life classes provide you the opportunity to engage with other Christ-followers and receive training in becoming the disciple Jesus is calling you to be. Experience fellowship with other believers as you learn and grow together.

“Do not be conformed to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” – Romans 12:2a

Current Discipleship Classes

Spring 2021

Engaging Emotions

Wednesdays beginning March 24
7:00 p.m., Room 245 and via Zoom

(Contact Tony Richmond for information about how to join via Zoom.)
led by Tony Richmond

Our emotional responses are vitally important to our relationship with God and with others. They are a great opportunity for us to grow in Christlikeness and love. Emotions have the power to enrich relationships or drive wedges into them. Emotions are an essential way in which we bear God’s image. Jesus leads the way. What do you love? At the heart of emotions is love. Emotions flow out of what we love and, at the same time, they can help us love what is important: God and one another.

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Take Courage: A Study of Haggai by Jennifer Rothschild

Women's Bible Study

Begins Tuesday, March 9
9:30 a.m., Room 150
on campus and via Zoom

In this 7-session study on the Book of Haggai, learn to walk confidently in your calling, stay motivated despite opposition, and courageously invest your life in God’s purposes, trusting Him for results you may never see in this lifetime.

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Precepts: Deuteronomy

Begins Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Women's Bible Study
9:30 a.m.
Room 245

Co-ed Bible Study
6:30 p.m.
Room 245

Moses led the people faithfully for forty years. They are now ready to enter the land of promise, and through Moses God tells His children how to live in that land. Discover what God expects of believers and how we should live as His children in the world today.

Jesus quoted from the book of Deuteronomy more than any other book, and that certainly helps you appreciate its significance, doesn’t it?

Deuteronomy is significant in that it not only summarizes some of the truths set forth in the first four books of the Torah, it also gives you greater insights into some of the truths laid out in those books. In the midst of it all, Deuteronomy gives you awesome insights into the character and ways of God and, consequently, speaks to your heart in quieting and sobering ways.


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