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Welcome to the home of Austin’s Community Bible Fellowship on the web. We are a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, intergenerational fellowship and we invite you to worship and work with us to build the Kingdom of God.


Mission work in Africa, Central and South America and throughout the Hispanic community of the United States.


We invite you to bring your whole family to Community Bible Fellowship.


Community Bible Fellowship is a group of Christians who believe in the unity of all believers in Jesus Christ.

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Now listen, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go to this or that city, spend a year there, carry on business and make money.” Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes - James 4:13-14

The Autumn of the year is here - again. Time passes so quickly, the excitement of Spring is gone, Summer fun has flown, and the end of another year is coming to a frigid end. In the continuing march of time, we have to remember that yesterday is gone (for better or worse), and tomorrow may never come, so all we have is today. Even Christians are not promised another day, in fact, we are forewarned of the fragility of life and encouraged to act now and make the most of this time we’ve been given. Yet, we all seem to fall into procrastination – delaying what could or should be done immediately, or at least soon.  It may be fear, poor planning, or simple laziness that prompts us to think there will be a time later to take an action that we don’t want to do now. When we make that choice, we may be intruding on God’s time, and miss the crucial moment for something of great importance to His plan – even if we don’t see it. ‘Later’ may be too late, or may never come at all.

Sometimes, the seasons moving on and on just makes us feel small, insignificant in the scheme of things. Seemingly, our little lives are just spinning without notice on an endless treadmill of circumstances and situations beyond our control. For many, a lonely, dark void does lay ahead of them. But for those who know a universe that fits into the palm of a gentle hand, which looks in on us through night or day, we feel less diminished. The world is not so large, not so lonely, when we understand that there is a God that can and does intervene in the lives of those who pay attention.

So, if this year has gotten away from you, resolutions yet unfulfilled, goals forgotten and seemingly no longer in reach, stop! There is still time to embrace the moment and to become more than you thought you could. Don’t put off until tomorrow, what God wants you to do today!