Our Monthly Fellowship Meal . . .
. . . is this evening after our worship assembly. Hosts and hostesses are Myron & Janet Fietz, Henry & Mary Kattner and Sherry Wills. Plan to come to this good fellowship!
World Bible School Workday
Our next Bible School Workday will be on Thursday, February 11th. The workers will meet at 9 AM in the education building and do this good work until everything is completed.
Welcome, New Members!
Fred & Carolyn Harwell come to us from the Ave. B church of Christ in Ballinger, TX. We welcome them as new members into our fellowship here at Highland Lakes!
Fred & Carolyn are already attending all the offered Bible classes; they have quickly become an active part of our congregation. Be sure and meet them! Please add their personal information to your directory that is available from the church office.
Beautiful Footnotes . . .
“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice” – Philippians 4:4
The following is from a current report from our missionaries in Cambodia, Dennis and Sharon Welch sharing different aspects of the work there
We have now passed the seven-year mark as fulltime missionaries in Cambodia. Our work first began a s a February 2006 survey trip. Now, nearly ten years later we have grown ever more convinced of Him who is the Hea d, the Lord, the King. His Spirit within us causes us also to rejoice over you—for your love, encouragements, support and prayers. Thank you! Thank the Lord God Almighty!
SNACK Medical Mission
When one lives in the rural Cambodian countryside, receiving medical care is complicated by the cost of transportation to a doctor, clinic or hospital. The nutrition program team was again able to present a poor rural village with a day of medical care. The villag e of Trach Tong received the medical team, our staff, and a visiting couple with much joy. On the day 250 patients were blessed to receive care and treatment by the attending physicians, volunteers from Cambodia Christian Ministries (http://cambodiaministries.org/). Special than ks to the brethren who provided the funding for the medical supplies and meds. Please say a prayer of thanksgiving for the children, the medical team, the staff and for the donors. May God cause faith in Him to grow by our service to these villagers.
Rural Cambodian children often have very few pieces of clothing that they frequently must share between siblings. Brethren from all over joined together to help the SNACK team bless the children with new t-shirts. The back has our SNACK Program logo in English and Khmer. On the front of the shirts is Khmer text which states “Jesus loves children” and an anchor with a heart within it. According to our research, an anchor was one of the earliest Christian symbols. Thanks to every one of you who helped these children have something new, useful and encouraging. Please join our prayer of rejoicing and thanksgiving for the opportunity for all of us to be light to these precious young souls.
More of this report later, but please remember to keep the Welches and other fellow servants, as well as the people of Cambodia in your prayers.