We exist to make Jesus known



  • Christ Centered: Pembroke First Baptist believes and preaches that Salvation comes through the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, and one must believe to be Saved (Born Again).
  • Bible Believing: We believe the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God, which all must hear and accept by faith.
  • Family Focused: Pembroke First Baptist’s mission is to minister to the whole family.

 Men’s Ministry


Our church is open and friendly with many social activities. To keep our church running smoothly. The men of our church are involved with many different ministries to include the Gideon’s .




The mission of our church is to bring awareness about God’s existence to people of all ages. The ladies of our church are active in visiting nursing home, WMU, Lottie Moon and Samaritans purse.




If you wish to become a part of our chuch or a volunteer to help those in need, our community is awaiting you with our open hearts.




Our Faithfulness is God’s Glory

I would like to share some final thoughts concerning Daniel and his faithfulness to God for this week. God rewards our faithfulness to Him, but most importantly, our faithfulness brings glory to God, our faithfulness as the Children of God points those who don’t know God toward His grace and mercy. “I make a decree, That in every dominion of my kingdom men tremble and fear before The God of Daniel: for He is the living God, and steadfast forever, and His kingdom that which shall not be destroyed, and His dominion shall be even unto the end” (Daniel 6:26). Daniel continued to pray to God during a time he knew the decree said he could not. I want to encourage you to continue to do what is right. It may seem that everyone is standing against you; it may seem you are the only one standing on God’s Word, but you remain faithful, stay true to where God has you in life, and God in His due time will reward you. Daniel prayed as all other times before, and God received the glory from it, “He delivereth and rescueth, and He worketh signs and wonders in heaven and in earth, who hath delivered Daniel from the power of the lions” (v.27). My friend, whatever trial you are facing, if it is the lion’s den or the fiery furnace, God has chosen you to face that trial. You may think it is too difficult, the time is too hard, or you may feel like giving up, but God has seen something in you to trust you with the trial that would bring glory to Him. Whatever we are facing, whatever life brings our way as a Christian, means God trusted you and seen the strength in you to face that battle in life, and the end result will be to your benefit and for His glory. God knows the end, in the beginning, thank God He knows the outcome and what I can handle. Gracious Lord and merciful God, I pray for my brother and sister this morning that feels like they are in the fiery furnace or facing a lion’s den. I pray they would feel your presence and have the confidence in you to press forward. Father, thank you for trusting us with the events of life that will bring glory to your name, and Lord, help us handle the situation with honor, knowing you are right here with us. I pray this in the name that is above every name, the precious name of Jesus Amen. Be Blessed in Jesus’ Name!


Protection in the Will of God

We live in perilous times, times where we have to wear a mask, use hand sanitizer, and stay at least six feet away from folks. We are not hugging and shaking hands at church; my friends, right now, it is all about protection and keeping you and your family safe. But all of that is still temporary protection; the only true protection we can have is to know Jesus as our Lord. There is no protection, like God’s protection. Daniel told that old king, “My God hath sent HIS angel, and hath shut the lion’s mouth” (Daniel 6:22). God is still in control of all things. If God sent His angel to make a pillow of hungry lions for Daniel, our God, my God will place His hedge around us as well. Let me remind us, don’t tempt God; just trust in Him for your protection. The scripture said that “no manner of hurt was found upon him(Daniel) because he believed in his God” (v.23). This morning, my friend, has the Blood of Jesus been applied to your heart, the only true vaccine for sin and death. The Blood of Jesus promises guarantees protection from death, hell, and the grave. When the three Hebrew boys were cast into the fiery furnace, the king rose up and said, “I see four men loose, walking in the midst of the fire and they HAVE NO HURT; and the form, of the fourth is like the SON OF GOD” (3:25). Take a moment and shout if you know Jesus, go ahead, raise your hand, and say thank you, Jesus. Just knowing He is walking through the fire with you. My friend, the protection was not from the lion’s den. The protection was not from the fiery furnace, but protection while you are in the lion’s den, protection while you are in the fiery furnace. Father, I pray this morning for those who feel like they are in the lion’s den, for those who feel like they are in the fiery furnace, that they would place their trust and faith in your protection and feel your presence walking with them. Amen


A Man of God in the Will of God is immortal

But Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself with the portion of the king’s meat, nor with the wine which he drank: therefore he requested of the prince of the eunuchs that he might not defile himself” (Daniel 1:8). What lessons we can learn from brother Daniel, with his personal conviction to stay true to God, Daniel did not act unseemingly, he did not try to gather a crowd to watch him refuse, we do not read where he went around talking to others to follow him stirring up the emotions of others. Daniel approached the king’s eunuchs and stated his convictions and would take whatever followed if his request was granted and failed. One person said if Daniel was a speaker in our day, he would say, “I would rather be a captive in Babylon in the will of God than to be free in Jerusalem out of the will of God”. My friend, have we “purposed in our hearts” to be who God is called us to be? Have you purposed in your heart this morning to not defile yourself with the things of this world? Have you purposed in your heart this morning to walk in holiness before God? Job said, “I made a covenant with mine eyes” (Job 31:1). We can have calmness and walk in peace when we are in the will of God. There is a calm/quiet power that comes upon us as we walk in the Power of the Holy Spirit of God. My brother and sister, let’s purpose in our hearts and make a covenant with ourselves that we will walk in the holiness of God that will bring calmness and confidence in the power of God. One person stated, “A man of God in the will of God is immortal until his work on earth is done.” When you are standing on the “Rock” (Jesus Christ), the winds may blow, the storms may come, but it will not blow your house down. Lord, this morning I pray for the readers of this devotion that we would purpose in our hearts to be the children of God in the face of a storm when we are all by ourselves when we think it is dark and no one can see help us to still act like your children in Jesus’ Name Amen. Be Blessed in Jesus Name!



Pembroke First Baptist Church



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