there may be a group of people who didn't appreciate the practices of FBCLH, but I think the varied difference of how a church should behave was reveled in this process: those who see church as a place to give and grow, and those who see church as a place for their families to receive. Their is nothing wrong with the latter, it's just the way the ordinary church goes, and I guess I'm aiming for extraordinary. I'm not just looking for a place where my kids can have a great youth minister or a place where I can fade into the mediocre crowd, I'm looking for a place where I can find out who I am in Christ, and where I can be used to change the world. The staff at First Baptist encourages to change the world and ""trade up"" for more. That may mean not getting your exact way but it's about honoring the process of surrendering you life to Christ, even if it's your options about church. We have a great youth program where I kids learn to serve and respect others, great teaching and preaching (I?ve learned more than i ever have here), and usually an awesome time of worship (one of leaders has cancer and we've made some adjustments, but it's still pretty good). People are real and friendly, and I think if you are looking to discover who Christ is and what it really means to be a Christian, this is the place to you. I love first baptist church liberty hill.
Pros: Staff, Teaching, church purpose
Cons: communication is improving greatley, wich is resolving a major con