• F.I.S.H. is an acronym standing for "Fellowship for an International Scripture Heritage." It is one of several ministries of FellowHelpers To The Truth, Inc., a non-profit organization begun in 1982 under initial endorsement of Spring Creek Missionary Baptist Church in Benton, Arkansas. F.I.S.H. Ministry utilizes on-site missionaries to receive and distribute Bibles and New Testaments on various mission fields, as free-will offerings make copies of the Word available.
  • Be a Fisher of Men! Helping to spread God's Word Internationally is a mission that needs all of us! How can you help? Prayer: We need your prayers, include us daily as you speak with God. Support: Free Will offerings is the financial life blood of our operations. One time donations are wonderful and monthly donations are fantastic! Involvement: The service arm of FISH Ministry is FellowHelper.org The need for web developers, graphic artists, musicians, sound technicians, video and lighting specialists, VBS co-ordinators, ..... the list is almost endless. If you have a burning desire to share your talents, contact us and we will help fan that flame!
  • We are Baptist people seeking to be helpful to the Lord’s churches and works both at home and abroad. We identify with the ancient Waldenses, Paulicians, Donatists and others who have stood in the hedge and filled the gap as a succession of true churches from the time of Jesus and the apostles. The true churches of the Lord Jesus Christ are the “Pillar and ground of the truth.” The truth is the Word of God, the “faith once delivered to the saints.” It is incumbent upon us as God’s people to propagate His Word as foundational to individual lives and the continued growth of His churches. To this end we both pray, and labor in fields that are white already unto harvest. Furthermore, to this end we encourage others to get involved in prayers, financial support, evangelistic and teaching activities.

FellowHelpers To The Truth

  1. The FellowHelper

    FellowHelper is the first part of our corporate name of FellowHelpers To The Truth, Inc. Shortly after the start of this ministry a hard copy newspaper named “The FellowHelper” was sent out four times a year to over 8,000 recipients. It contained information on all the works and ministry being done by the workers of the organization. In today’s era of technology “The FellowHelper” has evolved into a website that is available 24/7 not only providing information on works and ministry being done but a repository full of riches can be found in the Library section and hopefully insightful sermons and series discussion in the Video section. FellowHelpers To The Truth is an organization of God’s people going about the work of helping God’s churches in multiple areas. We have among our people so much talent just bursting to reach out and bless us. If you need our help contact us, If you want to share your talents join us, If you want to support us please contribute in the Gift/Donation section, If you believe it is God’s will, pray for us!

     

  2. Fish Ministry

    F.I.S.H. is an acronym standing for “Fellowship for an International Scripture Heritage.”

    It is one of several ministries of FellowHelpers To The Truth, Inc., a non-profit organization begun in 1982 under initial endorsement of Spring Creek Missionary Baptist Church in Benton, Arkansas.

    F.I.S.H. Ministry utilizes on-site missionaries to receive and distribute Bibles and New Testaments on various mission fields, as free-will offerings make copies of the Word available.

Latest Apologetics

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THE VALUE OF A WEDDING GARMENT It is counted as a common propensity to err. If a passage of scripture is not easily understood, it is passed over as relatively unimportant. It will not be studied by the majority, nor will it be seriously entertained as explained by others. Like children who refuse nourishment and growth in favor of their status quo, folks tend to revert to a base, correct theology that is made to be incorrect through neglect of the next step. Think with me! Matthew 22: 1-14 is as much scripture as John 3:16. It is holy, and it has definite meaning that is important to understand. It is the story of a marriage feast prepared by a certain king for his son. Servants were sent out with invitations, but excuses were made by most all. Moreover the servants were treated spitefully by those rejecting the invitation. Then the king sent other servants to invite whomsoever they found so that the feast was furnished with guests. It was then that the king saw one among the guests without a wedding garment. He was evicted. Bottom line: many are called but few are chosen. Beginning line: this is like the kingdom of heaven. These two lines make the story clear as a bell. It is the kingdom under consideration. The kingdom of heaven is defined as the righteous work of God being carried on by righteous men. Jesus repeatedly warned the Jews that the kingdom was to be taken from them and given to another. And so it came to pass as the old covenant was fulfilled to the jot and tittle on the cross, and the New Covenant was purchased with His blood. Then the house of the Jewish people was left unto them desolate. Of course, many of the Jews still claim to be the covenant people of God as do a fairly large segment of apostate churches. But the time is coming when the marriage supper of the Lamb will occur, and some who think they have a place in it will be rejected. Again this is not a salvation story, but a kingdom story. It teaches that there is much to be responsible for after initial salvation and church membership. Many are called to be a part of this wonderful kingdom, but few are chosen. What is the criteria then for being chosen? It is simply a positive response to the call. Submissive discipleship bears tremendous reward. Indeed, the wedding garment of obedience in righteous works (of God’s approval) is of immense value! ... See MoreSee Less
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THE DEVIL’S DISTRIBUTION OF DECEPTIONThe influence of God in the world of men has been consistently counter to their depraved propensity. Consider the global propensity of men in the antediluvian world when they were left largely to themselves. It was disaster. Then consider the second global ecumenical movement at the Tower of Babel. God interfered and instituted barriers to prevent replication of a similar movement.But egotistical sin in men drives them ever onward toward some undefinable goal of finality by which they are the creators of their own glorious destiny apart from any notion of God. It is allowed by the extended grace of God, but men will bring the species to the unspeakable quagmire of slaughter in Armageddon, and pine, “How can this be?”Denying the existence and influence of God is also denying that of the devil. Men forget willingly that he is the god of this present, evil world system.The cunning patience of Satan working in the cosmos of sin and death allows for just the right environment to set the stage for the final act of the age. That environment is mentioned in Revelation 16:13-14, “And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet, for they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to battle of that great day of God Almighty.”So, the unified, unclean spirits like frogs emanate from the mouth of the dragon (Satan), the beast, (government), and the false prophet (religion).It is offered that these unified unclean spirits with their unified message and influence amounts to nothing more than the deception of people who have rejected God and His eternal truth. They will lead men to create the third and final, global, ecumenical movement, glorying that they overcame every barrier God placed in the cosmos at the tower of Babel: race, geographical boundaries, language, and last, but not least, the truth.The unclean spirits are strong, persuasive, and will accomplish their task. Those who know truth may rejoice as this heralds the soon appearance of Christ Jesus, but it brings great mourning and grief over the blindness of men. Many who call themselves churches of our Lord are not immune from these spirits, but will advance their cause. It is so important that God’s people spend more time in THE BOOK! ... See MoreSee Less
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THE WORLD OF THEOLOGICAL MAYHEM Theology is built in the human mind and heart one word at a time. It is imperative that each term be thoroughly understood and used in definite expression. Satan’s trick to blind folks is not to change terminology, but to change the definition of terms. The result is religious mayhem in what is supposed to represent Jesus, and His teachings in Holy Writ. See then how this affects ecclesiology, or the understanding of “Church.” “Church” is the ambiguous, English word used to translate the Greek word, “Ecclesia.” That term is a composite of “Ek” (out) plus “Kaleo,” (to call); hence, a called out assembly. It is not exclusively a Bible term, but was used in early Greek culture to designate town councils, etc. when they were in session. It was always a local, visible assembly of specific purpose. Jesus used this term to designate his followers. Thus was it understood for many centuries. With the division of churches due to the encroachment of ministerial hierarchies, growing doctrinal differences, and the acceptance of the Roman government by some to become the state religion, the allegiance away from Jesus escalated. This gave rise to what is known among them as the universal, visible church. They solidified that status with the installation of a “pope.” So, a new understanding of “church” was pushed onto the world scene. Next, the Protestant Reformation found the reformers and their followers in dire straits. They understood the need for church authority to administer the sacraments. However, they could not bring themselves to return to the Roman pope, and they disdained the Anabaptists. So, they invented a way for themselves. It was here that the idea of the universal invisible church was first conceived. It postulates that one is admitted to the universal, invisible church in the initial salvation experience, regardless of baptism or admission to a physical assembly. For near 500 years their scholars have written from this viewpoint, and it has impacted Baptists on a large scale. Hence, yet another heretical definition is placed on the word “church.” Opposing definitions of terms, and opposing doctrinal beliefs have done much to wreak theological havoc in the modern world of religion. But, it underscores essential, individual responsibility to understand solely from the Word, and to incorporate that into one’s belief system. Soon, full accounting of these things must be given to the Master Whose truth will forever remain unbending. ... See MoreSee Less
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IT IS DEEP, AND YOUR ANSWER IS?Parson to PersonThere are some questions, the answers to which one cannot in any wise afford to not know. The questions to which I refer are resounded in Holy Writ, but they are also penned quite pointedly in the lyrics of a classic hymn. They go something like this: “What will you do with Jesus, neutral you cannot be. One day your heart will be asking, ‘what will He do with me.’” Could there be more relevant and pressing questions on a greater number of people today than this? Let’s think about it.At one point in the ministry of Jesus, it is written: “And there were certain Greeks among them that came up to worship at the feast: The same came therefore to Philip, which was of Bethsaida of Galilee, and desired him, saying, Sir, we would see Jesus.” John 12:20-21. It occurs to this writer that the wholesale rejection of organized religion by the majority of our nation’s population is due to the obscurity of Jesus. Great edifices with stained glass windows and air conditioned environment may be pointed to with pride, but where is Jesus? Social programs designed to busy one to the exclusion of family time abound, but where is Jesus? The determination to keep the cross from being offensive to a lost society may keep the pews warm and the coffers full, but where is Jesus? What is needed is strong witnessing and preaching about Jesus! Men must know they are lost without Him, and that His sweet grace is freely offered to them for the trusting. Consider the contrast of today’s society with that of long ago. Zacchaeus was so excited about the possibility of seeing Jesus that he climbed a tree to do it. Believers were so excited over the prospect of bringing a palsied man to Jesus that they cut a large hole in the roof of the house where He was. Multitudes followed Jesus to hear Him and to witness miracles without regard for food or lodging. Today, people are so complacent about Jesus they are more likely to go fishing or to visit relatives than to meet at the appointed time to worship. They will avoid any discussion of the need of salvation among their fellows for fear of being considered a radical. Often church meetings are so important that they will look for excuses to be absent. Is the power of God diminished, or have we faked people into the church who are incapable of spiritual appreciation and excitement? Can judgment then be far away? “What will you do with Jesus? Neutral you cannot be! One day your heart will be asking: ‘What will He do with me?’” ... See MoreSee Less
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This summarizes the latest FISHministry initiative. So happy our support partners made this happen. ... See MoreSee Less
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PRAISE THE LORD FOR HIS GREAT KINDNESS TO USWARD! ... See MoreSee Less
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Operation "Audio Bible" for Indonesia. a three minute presentation. ... See MoreSee Less
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THROWBACK BLESSINGS(8 Years Ago From Joey Meredith)Brother W. A., I received a note from Evelyn de Rueda, Pauline Baptist Church. thanking us for the Tagolog Bibles she picked up here and her team delivered to the Philippines. She reported over 300 people saved while they were there. That is one we will not have to wait on to find out about. Amen! Thank you for the Bibles. Keep up the great work! ... See MoreSee Less
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