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Formed is a platform that gives people a place to wrestle with topics they may tend to avoid and to grow and learn from one another. A tool used to help believers make their faith their own by providing different perspectives and stories while pointing to the gospel and the mission and vision of Irving Bible Church.

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    IBC & COVID-19

    An update on precautionary measure being taken by IBC in light of Coronavirus (Covid-19).

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    IBC Stories

    Staff Stories: Oscar Camacho 2

    Wednesday. 12:30 p.m. The Hatch

    Every Wednesday, around noon, you could stroll past the Hatch (a lounge area backstage at the Irving Bible Church) and smell sweet, Cuban coffee brewing. Inside, you would find staff members gathering for lunch and community while Oscar distributed coffee amongst the group. It was a time to simply “turn off” from work for an hour. One hour to simply be in community, talk about anything, and build relationships. Better known as the Cafecito Club.

  • HH So I Guess I Cry Now
    Hope & Healing

    So I Guess I Cry Now

    I believe that I have cried more this year than the past two years combined.

    The thing is, I’m not a crier. Ask my therapist; I don’t cry. No matter the heartbreak, loss, or disaster my eyes will stay bone dry. Even through monumental high points in life I can’t seem to shed a tear.

  • HH The Lucy Syndrome
    Hope & Healing

    The Lucy Syndrome

    My name should have been Lucy. You know, the 1950’s sitcom about the crazy redhead married to Ricky Ricardo. She and Ethel were always getting into some kind of trouble or crazy situation.

  • PASTORAL STAFF UPDATE
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    Pastoral Staff Update

    Barry provides updates on our pastoral staff team and children's ministry.

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    IBC Stories

    Staff Stories: Nat Pugh

    “We are in.”

    Three simple, yet powerful words Nat Pugh said across the table at a dinner in Rhode Island over 30 years ago. After nine years with the company he worked for, Nat was up for a promotion. He, along with his wife Dana, was visiting the home office of the company in Rhode Island when the offer came from the senior vice president. Without hesitation, Nat uttered those three simple, yet powerful words—we are in.