Welcome To Our Church

First Baptist Church of Pine
Sunday, April 21, 2024
Sunday Morning Worship begins at 10:30am
 Children’s Church will be available.
Adult Bible Study at 9:15am
Evening Fellowship at 5:00pm tonight
When the day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place. And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance.
            Acts 2:1-4  (ESV)

We have a link for electronic giving. 

Check it out under the Contact/Support link above.

The mailing address is First Baptist Church of Pine,

P. O. Box 354, Pine, AZ   85544. 
Adult Sunday School: 9:15am
Morning Worship Service: 10:30am
Children’s Church: (5 yrs to 10 yrs old):
meets during Morning Worship Servicing
Evening Fellowship: 5:00pm
The Book of Signs – Dr. David Jeremiah
Monday:  Aug 2024 through April 2025
 AWANA Sparks (grades K-2) meet at 3:15pm-4:30pm.
 AWANA Clubs T&T (grades 3-6), Trek (grades 7-8) & Journey (grades 9-12) meet at 5:00pm-6:30pm.
(Your child can start at anytime during the year)
Tuesday:  9:15am
Women of the Word Bible Study 
Start date is April 9th.  Our study will be “Blessed” by Nancy Guthrie
Office hours:  10:00 am to Noon
Office Hours: 9:00 am to Noon
Coming Events
April 21 Sunday Evening Fellowship
April 22 – AWANA Clubs (Sparks)
April 22 – AWANA Awards night (5pm)
April 23 – W.O.W. Bible Study
April 28 – Guatemala program (5pm)
May 2 – Men’s Fellowship Breakfast
May 5,12,19 Sunday Evening Fellowship
May 7, 14, 21, 28 – W.O.W. Bible Study
May 12 – June 16 – Diaper Drive for New Beginnings
May 12 – Happy Mother’s Day


North Korea was once a thriving center of Christian worship. Pyongyang, the capital, was known as “the Jerusalem of the East” in the early 1900s because of its 2,000­-plus churches. But decades of rule by an oppressive regime, currently led by Kim Jong Un, has forced Christians to worship in underground settings. The communist-inspired dictatorship is founded upon Juche, a distinctly North Korean religious ideology that requires worship of and subservience to the Kim family. Christianity is considered subversive and is brutally opposed. Anyone discovered to be a Christian or to have expressed any interest in Christ or the Bible is considered an enemy of the state. The gospel is still proclaimed in North Korea through various creative means, including shortwave radio and bold evangelists who risk their lives to smuggle Bibles and discipleship resources into the country.

Major Religion:

The North Korean government allows for no religious freedom, requiring all North Koreans to follow the Juche religion.


If discovered, Christians face harsh persecution from the government and from members of the community, who are required to serve as government informants. Even those who are aware of Christian activity but do not report it to the government are punished as enemies of the regime.


What It Means To Follow Christ In North Korea:

Christians are sent to prison and labor camps, where they are starved, overworked and tortured. The government’s requirement that all North Koreans act as informants applies even to families, as children are taught to spy on their parents from a young age. Therefore, North Korean Christians must be extremely careful in what they say, what they do and even how they pray. When a Christian is discovered, the government punishes the entire family in order to encourage reporting on family members. Despite the threat of persecution and heavy social pressure, Christians in North Korea hold firmly to their faith. Christian and secular analysts estimate that about 30,000 Christians are currently suffering in prison and labor camps.


Access To Bibles:

Owning a Bible or even portions of Scripture is extremely risky in North Korea. Nevertheless, bold Christians work to bring God’s Word to the North Korean people, few of whom have ever had access to Scripture because of the regime’s unceasing efforts to restrict access. Most of North Korea’s underground Christians have found that memorization is the safest and most effective way to keep God’s Word.

Voice Of the Martyrs Work:

VOM provides Bibles via creative smuggling operations, broadcasts the gospel over a special radio network and ministers to North Koreans wherever they are found.

Prayer Requests:

  • Pray for the engineers responsible for keeping daily gospel radio broadcasts on the air.
  • Pray for a Christian woman who secretly listens to the audio Bible in her bed every night.
  • Pray for Minji, whose husband was killed for his faith.
  • Pray for South Korean missionaries who are imprisoned in North Korea for their gospel work.
  • Pray for a Christian worker who distributes audio Bibles inside the country.
  • Pray for a pastor who ministers to North Korean victims of sex-trafficking in northeastern China.
        THE ROMANS ROAD     
Affiliated with Southwest Church Connection