“I want to say how much I greatly appreciate the lovely opportunity to go to camp. I learned so much about God and myself. I got to grow spiritually and get closer to the Lord. I also met fellow followers of Christ who became wonderful friends. Thank y’all so much!

In Christian love, Brianna Arnold

“We continue to praise God and thank you for your support of this ministry to Khmer families. May God bless you for your faithful efforts to see His Kingdom grow in Cambodia. We are so grateful for your love, prayers and encouragements.

Love and blessings, Dennis & Sharon Welch


Current Needs:  Plastic Bags.  Thanks for your support of this ministry.


August 6: This evening, after our worship hour, we will have our annual Ice Cream Fellowship.

August 11: “Teacher / Law Enforcement — Public Servants’ Breakfast” from 6:45 to 9 AM in the Fellowship Room.

August 12: Men’s Prayer Fellowship in the Fellowship Hall at 9 AM

August 20: Andy Baker from Christian Broadcasting will give us a report about this good work; he will also preach.  Our monthly Fellowship Meal has been rescheduled for that Sunday.


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


. . . but we have already received a reminder that the “Auction Benefitting the Cherokee Kids” will be on September 30th, at the Cherokee Home for Children. There is a flyer on the bulletin board with requests for LARGE items.  See if you can help!

human-footprints_318-46627BEAUTIFUL FOOTNOTES

14 But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumphal procession, and through us spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of him everywhere. 2 Corinthians 2:14E (ESV)

Some news from the Emperados in the Philippines was shared on Facebook recently and we share it with you asking that you keep the church in the Philippines and especially Richard and Becky and their family in your thoughts and prayers. For the elders, Ken D

July 23 – Howdy! Please pray for Richard & kids! They left on their first missionary trip as a team. They will spend the week working & visiting the church in Naval & Catarman. Lyn & Lou have materials to share with the ladies for Sunday school classes & Grant will be working with the teens.

August 1 – Richard & the kids made it home from their first missionary journey about 5am Monday morning. They were gone for a week. They visited the churches on three islands: Naval, Biliran; Baybay & Bato, Leyte; and Borongan, Samar. The girls shared teaching children Bible materials in Naval & Bato. Grant was able to speak in three places. I think he preached Sunday in Baybay. It was a good first experience for all.

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