Howell Bible Church
1875 N. Eager Rd.
Howell, MI 48855
Worship Services on Sundays @ 9:30am
Bible Study on Tuesdays @ 6:15pm
Howell Bible Church (HBC) is a non-denominational, evangelical, Christian congregation that desires to:
honor and glorify God
encourage and equip followers of Christ to walk faithfully with Him
empower and walk alongside believers in making disciples in obedience to the Great Commission.
Building on the foundation that was laid by Jesus Christ Himself, with the Apostles and Prophets (Ephesians 2:20), HBC desires to recognize both a Pastor/Teacher and an Evangelist as elders who equip the congregation for works of service (Ephesians 2:10; 4:12-16). The elders serve as overseers of both of the primary tasks of the church – the edification of the church and the evangelization of the world.
We gather for worship every Sunday morning at 9:30am at 1875 N. Eager Rd in Howell, MI. You are welcome to come as you are and worship the living God with us.
If you’d like to get an idea of what to expect before you come you can read a little bit about why we’re different or contact one of our elders (contact info below).
We also invite you to partner with us as we minister the gospel of Jesus Christ to our community in Livingston County and to the ends of the earth.
Howell Bible Church was planted by Fourth Year Ministries.
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Joe Kohler (248) 563-5195
Evangelist Travis Maxey (248) 921-1926
Elder Aaron Hathaway (586) 292-6938
Our Evangelist heads up The Exalted Christ page. It is good and right for every Christian to make the first things first. As a result, we want to exalt Christ and encourage you to do likewise.
Our Pastor blogs about life and ministry and you are encouraged to read and participate through the comments. The purpose of this blog is to encourage a closer walk with Jesus. It touches on topics related to Bible study, prayer, good books (outside of the Bible), and related themes.
Be sure to also check out Fourth Year Ministries’ blog to get equipped and encouraged for evangelism. Every Christian is responsible for being a faithful ambassador for Christ in the ministry of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:17-21).