The First Baptist Church of Alto is a local body of believers in Jesus Christ who have been saved from sinâ€™s penalty by the grace of God. The church is made up of redeemed sinners, and we are such a people, with a desire to give glory to God. The very purpose for our being is to glorify God by making and maturing disciples. It is our desire to know our Savior more each day and serve Him faithfully.
Primary Speaker: Timothy TeallPastor Teall has had a rich ministry in local churches and Bible colleges.
â€¢ Pastor at First Baptist Church of Cass City, 1977-1981
â€¢ Dean at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, Iowa, 1981-1984
â€¢ Pastor at Hagerman Baptist Church in Waterloo, Iowa,... | more..
I really appreciate the ease with which people can access sermons on your site as well as how partnering with you expands our ministry potential. I am a pastor who thinks that face to face communication is really important so being on a platform such as SermonAudio really was not a part of my thinking or something that was high on my priority list. When I came to my present ministry however, some men in the church approached me and told me of what a blessing SermonAudio had been to them so I decided to try it for a season. We have been with you now for over 5 years! I have served the Lord in several states and in two Christian colleges. One of the unexpected blessings of being on SermonAudio has been how it has allowed me to connect with folks in places where I have served previously. Iâ€™m not exaggerating when I say that five to six times a year someone contacts me who I donâ€™t know or I havenâ€™t had any contact with for many years. They tell me they were surfing the web, got on SermonAudio and listened to one of my messages and wanted me to know how it spoke to them. Wow, what a blessing that is! It has also been valuable to me and our people here because I preach expositionally, verse by verse, so it allows people in our own congregation to easily keep in step with my preaching when they have to miss a sermon occasionally.