Front Range Baptist Church is an exciting church with a love for people that flows from our love for God. We know of no place in the world with a more inviting welcome than you will find here. If you’re looking for a relevant message from a timeless book, then you will enjoy FRBC! We have clear Bible preaching, a warm friendly atmosphere, a vision for the future, and a passion for knowing God. People from all along the Front Range of Colorado have found Front Range Baptist a place to call home. I hope you’ll join us this Sunday. You, too, may find that FRBC is your “place to call home!”

Our Priorities

 
At FRBC, we believe that the plan for the church is two-fold: Evangelizing the lost, and Edifying the believers. To accomplish this, we have five priorities.
We are committed to:
• Biblical Accuracy
• Spiritual Vibrancy
• Evangelistic Fervency
• Social Relevancy
• Loving Abundantly

Our Beliefs

 
1.The Bible is verbally inspired by God in its original writings. It is truth without any mixture of error and is the sole rule of faith and practice for believers.  2 Tim. 3:16–17; 2 Pet. 1:21; Matt. 5:18; 1 Cor. 2:13
2.There is one living and true God who exists in three Persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
   • The Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Spirit is God.  John 14:20; Isa. 9:6; John 1:1,14;
      Heb. 1:8–10;Acts 5:3–4
3.The Lord Jesus Christ was born of a virgin, lived among us without sin as perfect man and perfect God.  
      Isa. 7:14; Matt. 1:18–25; Luke 1:26–38
4.Christ rose bodily from the dead and ascended unto God the Father.  Matt. 28; Mark 16; 1 Cor. 15; Rom. 1:4
5.Christ will return.
   • First, for the “dead in Christ” who will be resurrected bodily; and for those who are alive at His coming. This 
resurrection not only precedes His return to earth to reign 1,000 years, but also precedes the Tribulation.
      1 Thess. 4:13–18, 5:9
   • Then to reign 1,000 years on the earth.  Rev. 20:1–6; 2 Tim. 2:12
6.All men inherit a depraved nature and are lost sinners in need of salvation.  Rom. 3:9–19; Eph. 2:1–3
7.God has provided salvation through offering His Son on the cross of Calvary, and allowing His blood to be
shed to atone for our sins.   Rom. 3:25; Heb. 9:22
8.We are saved and justified when we recognize ourselves as sinners, and we put our trust in Christ as the Son of God and His finished work on the cross of Calvary. Salvation is by grace through faith plus nothing.
      Rom. 3:24, 4:5; Eph. 2:8–9
9.Once saved, we cannot be lost; we are eternally secure in Christ. John 3:16; Phil. 1:6; John 10:27–29;
      Rom. 8:38–39
10. We should regularly and consistently remember the Lord’s death for us in the Lord’s Supper.
      1 Cor. 11:23–32
   • All believers, and only believers, should be baptized by immersion.  Acts 2:41, 19:4–5; Matt. 28:19–20
11. The Bible teaches the eternal blessedness of the saved.  John 4:14, 5:24; Eph. 2:7
   • It also teaches the eternal punishment of the lost in the Lake of Fire.  John 5:28–29; Rev. 20:10, 15
12. The grace of God teaches us “to live soberly, righteously, godly.”
   • Looking for the blessed hope of His returning for us.  Titus 2:13
   • Setting “our affection on things above, not on things on the earth.”  Col. 3:2–3; 1 John 2:15–17
   • Living a life of separation from the world and “unto God.”  2 Cor. 6:14–18; Rom. 1:1
13. The Holy Spirit convicts sinners, regenerates, sanctifies, indwells, and fills the believer for effective service.
      John 16:8; Eph. 5:18
 

Missions

 
Because we believe that reaching the lost is the responsibility of all believers, FRBC is actively involved in both local and global missions. We financially support over forty missionaries from all across the world to help further the good news that Jesus saves.
 
What Is Missions?
The definition of missions is evangelizing the lost. It is the result of both a passion for the person of God (1 Corinthians 9:16) and obedience to the command of God (Mark 16:15). Missions centers on God – not on a need, although it is great; not on a burden, although it may be present; and not on the lost though there be many, but entirely on God.
The demonstration of missions is threefold and involves: going, telling, and making disciples (Matthew 28:19-20).
The deployment of missions is by degree and should be local, regional, national, and global, and all should be done concurrently (Acts 1:8).
 
What Is By Faith giving?
By Faith giving is for the furtherance of missions that is beyond the tithe. It is not a pledge to the church, but it is a commitment between the giver and God. As with all giving, faith is the key, trusting God to provide that which He has prompted the giver to give.