Joe and Teri are on vacation, September 6 through 13. The Spanish Literature Ministry has been supported by us for many years. The representative of this ministry, Marvin Witt, will give us a report in Bible class this morning September 6th, and he will also preach at the worship hour. We all are looking forward to his report and the message he will give us. Ken Darnell will preach in the evening. Next Sunday morning, Charles Greenawalt will fill in for Joe in the combined Bible class and will also preach, Ken Darnell will preach in the evening.


Our hearts go out to Bryan & Amber Monroe, grandson and granddaughter-in-law of Don & Norma Bryan. They lost their unborn baby due to miscarriage. The loss is deeply felt by the parents and also the extended family. Keep them in your fervent prayers for healing of their emotions.


Our thoughts and sympathy are with Sheri Zoller. Her sister-in-law, Carol Chochran, Stephenville, passed away Tuesday night. Services were held on Friday, September 4th. Our love and prayers go out to husband Tommy, Sheri, David and to all the family and friends.


The Auction that benefits the Cherokee kids will take place on Saturday, September 26th at the Home. Articles like furniture, automobiles, recreation vehicles, appliances, trailers, antiques etc. are wanted. Please check the flyer on the bulletin board for details, esp. early pick-up at donors’ homes.


VISITATION PROGRAM Team #1 (leaders: Teri & Joe Winnett) will meet on Wednesday, September 9th, at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.


A Grief Support Group will meet at the Herman Brown Library in Burnett weekly for 6 weeks on Monday afternoons, 3 — 4:30 PM, starting Sept.14th to October 19th. A flyer is on the bulletin board.


Ladies’ Class starts coming Wednesday with a luncheon, and Bible study will begin on the next Wednesday, September 16th.

There will be a Ladies Day at the Llano church of Christ on Saturday, September 12th, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The topic is “Blessings in Disguise”, presented by Sandy Renfro. There is a flyer on the bulletin board with all the details for that day.


Food Pantry Needs: tooth paste, deodorant, and shampoo. Can you help?

footprints-hiBEAUTIFUL FOOTNOTES . . .

In August we received a report from Dennis Welch in Cambodia. We all have been excited by how we have been ab le to be involved in this wonderful work. When we involve ourselves as God’s people in the labor of love in the spreading of the Gospel, we often concentrate on how the efforts will affect the lost. A portion of Dennis’ report, below, can tur n our thoughts towards how the spreading of the Gospel can affect God’s people themselves.

Greetings from Cambodia! August 2015 “Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, and His greatness is unsearchable.” Psalm 145:3. We are so grateful for the ways God continues to work fervently in the Kingdom of Cambodia and in our lives. Furthermore, we are thankful for the many blessings each of you pour out on our behalf in prayers, encouragements, support and love. Please pray without ceasing for the work you are doing with us and through us. There’ve been lots of great things happening for us and our ministries, especially the SNACK Program. SNACK was blessed to host interns Chandler Gum and Brandi Robert who participated in the Worldwide Witness program of Abilene Christian University. Through the six weeks they spent with the SNACK Program they shared that their experience was life changing. Chandler shared,

“God enlightened me on what joy looks like in the midst of the unknown. In the faces of the children and in the time with the members of SNACK I was being taught discipleship. I was in awe of the way they all gave so much. The children poured out so much love on us. The staff gave so much of their time and attention day in and day out without complaint. I saw within the SNACK team disciples joyfully chasing after the Lord’s command to love one another. I will never forget my time in Cambodia, but more importantly I will never forget my time with these people because they are the story, the core of this program that makes it so impactful, so efficacious, and so memorable. I can tell you that SNACK is a pearl in Phnom Penh, a treasure of God’s love spreading and flourishing to those who need it most.”

Join us in a prayer of thanksgiving for servants like these. Also be conscious that those who work in the spread of the Gospel of Jesus are affected by that Gospel themselves. May we all grow as disciples. For the elders, Ken D

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