Lockland, Ohio

"If I say, 'I will not mention him, or speak any more in his name,' there is in my heart as it were a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I am weary with holding it in, and I cannot." Jeremiah 20:9

Ohio with Lockland

Lockland, Ohio

The Waebers are serving at Foundation BP Mission in Lockland, OH, a Reformed and Presbyterian Mission of the Great Lakes  Presbytery of the Bible Presbyterian Church, General Synod.

About Foundation BP Mission

Church Address:
303 E. Wyoming Avenue
Lockland, OH

Population:
3,462 (2017 census)

Elevation:
575 ft over sea level

Race:
62.3% - White
29.8% - African American
4.2% - Hispanic
3.1% - 2 or more races
0.1% - Native American
0.1% - Asian
0.4% - Other races
(2010 Census)

Religion (2010):
47.5% of people in Milford are non-religious.
25.6% - Catholic
11.6% - Evangelical Protestant
9.5% - Mainline Protestant
2.7% - Other Christian faith
2.6% - Black Protestant
0.5% - Orthodox

Information taken from https://www.city-data.com/city/Lockland-Ohio.html

Rev. Jason Waeber: Foundation BP Mission

2019 Waeber - cropped in PM

Jason is a church planter seeking to serve the Lord in Lockland, Ohio. He is a seminary student at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, and a third-generation elder at Grace BPC with a deep burden to see the American church return to faithful, biblical, historical Christianity. He holds firmly to the inerrancy of Scripture, the virgin birth, sinless life, satisfactory death, and physical resurrection of Jesus Christ, justification by faith alone, and the other doctrines of historic, Reformed orthodoxy as defined in the Westminster Confession of Faith.

Family worship also has seen a revival in the church, and Jason has come to see the necessity of family worship as the gateway to a vital observance of true Christian practice which extends beyond the sanctuary into the lives and homes of our congregations. He is driven by a desire to live and articulate a full view of the Christian life in which the daily rhythms of devotion, prayer, family worship, and biblical hospitality define the church and position its members to transform their neighborhoods as well.

Foundation BP Mission, OH (Waeber)

December 2019

Thanking God for:

  • An enthusiastic response from the core group to the worship services that have begun.
  • Our new location that has been fixed up and furnished so that it’s ready for our use.
  • Meeting our needs to get the church location ready. The vast majority of our material needs in this new location were met by donations, sometimes unexpected, and we have been able to settle into the space with very little serious expenses thus far.

 

Please Pray for:

  • Our upcoming formal launch in January, that we would understand how to reach the people in and around Lockland effectively.
  • A unity of vision among our group as it develops, both regarding worship and outreach.
  • My own ability to balance my commitments to family and the various demands of this plant as we move forward.
  • The presence of the Spirit to regenerate souls in response to our presentation of the gospel.

News from the Waebers

Waeber family, edited

Waeber Prayer Letter (January 2020)

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Sojourners and Exiles by Rev. Jason Waeber (Jan-Feb Banner article)

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