Overcome spiritual strongholds    |    October 6-Nov 10, 2021

God honoring parenting

Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.


Giant Slayer

How to overcome spiritual strongholds

Book: Goliath Must Fall by Louie Giglio
Dates: Wednesdays: October 6-Nov 10
Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm
Location: FBC Bentonville Room 210
Cost: $10
Childcare Provided

In Goliath Must Fall, pastor Louie Giglio uncovers a newfound twist in the classic story of David and Goliath. The key to living free from our giants is not better slingshot accuracy, but keeping our eyes on the one and only giant-slayer—Jesus. Put your hope in him and watch Goliath fall.

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Walt Rogers

Hi, I’m Walt Rogers. My family’s roots are deep in the soil of rural north Louisiana. My father was an avid outdoorsman; thus, we hunted, fished, and camped all over Louisiana. Attending college in north Louisiana, I received my undergraduate degree in business from Louisiana Tech University. A t Louisiana Tech, I came to know Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior. His infectious joy and grace radically changed my life. Moving to Colorado in the mid-1980’s, I earned a Master of Divinity (MDiv.) from Denver Seminary. While in Denver, I met my wife Connie, a native Coloradoan and my “wonder woman.” We were married on November 19, 1988 and spent the next twenty-six years in Colorado where I planted and pastored churches. Our tenure included living in the majestic Rocky Mountains of Colorado’s western slopes as well as planting a church on the outskirts of fast-paced Denver. We have three awesome children – yes, I do brag on my kids – spread across the country. Zachary, our oldest, works for a nonprofit organization in Washington, D. C. that focuses on serving educators. Remington, our middle son, recently married. After working for a custom home builder in Colorado, he has moved to Bella Vista and opened his own painting company, R&A Painting+. Our youngest, Savannah Brewer, and her husband Will live in Jackson, Mississippi. Savannah is a nurse and works for Baptist Hospital in Jackson.

Connie and I moved to Bella Vista in 2016 to begin life’s fourth quarter. Yes, the mirror does not lie; we are now senior adults. Believing the fourth quarter can be life’s best, I recently joined Providus. I am here to serve you by helping you deepen your walk with Christ.


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