Worship Schedule – Welcome!

July & August 2021, 8:30 am & 11:00 am, in-person at Baptist Church on Homedale. Services are also live-streamed online.

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Have you ever wondered what this part of Psalm 23 - “He anoints my head with oil”- meant? Many believe that “He anoints my head with oil” was figurative language for God keeping the Psalmist healthy. There is however, a very legitimate parallel that paints a beautiful picture of what a Good Shepherd we have watching over us. 

Anoint my head with oil

“Sheep can get their head caught in briers and die trying to get untangled. There are horrid little flies that like to torment sheep by laying eggs in their nostrils which turn into worms and drive the sheep to beat their head against a rock, sometimes to death. Their ears and eyes are also susceptible to tormenting insects. So the shepherd anoints their whole head with oil. Then there is peace. That oil forms a barrier of protection against the evil that tries to destroy the sheep. Do you have times of mental torment? Do the worrisome thoughts invade your mind over and over? Do you beat your head against a wall trying to stop them? Have you ever asked God to anoint your head with oil? He has an endless supply! His oil protects and makes it possible for you to fix your heart, mind, and eyes on Him today and always! There is peace in the valley! May our good good Father anoint your head with oil today so that your cup overflows with blessings! God is good and He is faithful!!”

Have you ever wondered what this part of Psalm 23 - “He anoints my head with oil”- meant? Many believe that “He anoints my head with oil” was figurative language for God keeping the Psalmist healthy. There is however, a very legitimate parallel that paints a beautiful picture of what a Good Shepherd we have watching over us.

Anoint my head with oil

“Sheep can get their head caught in briers and die trying to get untangled. There are horrid little flies that like to torment sheep by laying eggs in their nostrils which turn into worms and drive the sheep to beat their head against a rock, sometimes to death. Their ears and eyes are also susceptible to tormenting insects. So the shepherd anoints their whole head with oil. Then there is peace. That oil forms a barrier of protection against the evil that tries to destroy the sheep. Do you have times of mental torment? Do the worrisome thoughts invade your mind over and over? Do you beat your head against a wall trying to stop them? Have you ever asked God to anoint your head with oil? He has an endless supply! His oil protects and makes it possible for you to fix your heart, mind, and eyes on Him today and always! There is peace in the valley! May our good good Father anoint your head with oil today so that your cup overflows with blessings! God is good and He is faithful!!”
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BCH wants to express our deep thanks and appreciation to all who helped support the Bootleg Fire Relief. Last week we partnered with the Red Cross in providing two meals a day to those staying in the County Red Cross shelter. Over the last nine days we provided lunch and dinner everyday, ultimately providing a total of 820 meals. These meals were made possible by the generous outpouring of volunteers, time, food items, as well as monetary donations. Thank you to all who volunteered in the kitchen as well as those who donated items and financial support to this relief effort. Please continue to lift up those who have suffered loss, as well as the brave firefighters who continue to battle the blaze, and others like it throughout the region. ... See MoreSee Less

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“Suffering is never for Nothing” Elizabeth Elliot

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Marriage in Light of Eternity Small Group Launch

Marriage in Light of Eternity Small Group Launch

Sep 28, 6:00pm

Pearson Residence

Marriage is great, but it’s not forever. It’s until death do us part. Then come eternal rewards or regrets depending on how we spent our lives.

Francis Chan joins together with his wife Lisa to address the question many couples wonder at the altar: “How do I have a healthy marriage?” Setting aside typical topics on marriage, Francis and Lisa dive into Scripture to understand what it means to have a relationship that satisfies the deepest parts of our souls.

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Baptist Church on Homedale
3052 Homedale Rd.
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
541-884-6603
541-884-6272 (fax)
info@bchomedale.org