WEEKLY NEW, AUGUST 12, 2018

VISITING FOR THE MASTER (VISITATION PROGRAM)

The Team, led by Cary & Brenda Miller, will meet on Wednesday, August 15th, at 6:30 pm in the library for their assignments.

PUBLIC SERVANTS’ APPRECIATION BREAKFAST

Coming up on Tuesday, August 14 from 7 to 9 AM!

Thanks to all who have signed up and are willing volunteers! With everything well organized and in place, this will be another successful breakfast and service to the community.

UPCOMING WEDDING

The Honor of your Presence Is Requested

At The Marriage of Melissa Kay to Don Kyle Welch

On Saturday, the Eighteenth of August

Two Thousand And Eighteen

One O’clock In the Afternoon

Highland Lakes Church of Christ

Reception to follow immediately after the ceremony

THANK YOU

Thanks to all who so generously contributed from our congregation to the fund for Samuel Pereira.

It is greatly appreciated by the family and will aid in Samuel’s recovery from his accident.

WITH SYMPATHY

Billye Yaws, Myrtle Hazlewood’s youngest sister, passed away on Monday, August 6th. Funeral services were held on Saturday, August 11th at the church of Christ in Seagoville, Texas.

Our sympathy, payers and love go out to brother-in-law, Billy Hazlewood, niece Valerie Cook and her siblings. May God bless all and everyone in the grieving family.

human-footprints_318-46627BEAUTIFUL FOOTNOTES

Exciting things are happening to the work of the Gospel in Africa. Thank God we are able to help in this work and keep this mission work in your prayer. For the elders, Ken D

 

30716565_1815706831781211_2398268867177611264_nHi Everyone.

Hope this finds you doing well. This is the last of our mid-year reports and its West Africa, where we have 5 chariots (three mini chariots and 2 big chariots) that work in 5 countries. That said, we have plans on upgrading the Liberian mini chariot for Isaac Daye to a big chariot that will then travel into the following 5 countries: Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Senegal and The Gambia. Then after that, Lord willing, we will help George Akpabli in Benin, with a big chariot that will go into more French speaking countries, being Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Mali and also parts of Guinea. Wow, that means we will then go from 5 countries to 13 countries and many of these being very Muslim. The amazing thing is, that it is our brethren, Isaac Daye and George Akpabli, pleading with us to increase our territory. These are great leaders and amazing networkers who know their region and I stand amazed that we as a ministry have such an opportunity to penetrate these Islamic countries, but also start working in more French speaking countries that have been overlooked. Only God can make such things happen.

30124698_1805701016115126_3683318306137178112_nOur goal was to give it a one year break on the raising of funds for more chariots and just take a breather, but after much prayer and the prompting of the Spirit, I must say it is the right thing to do and time is of the essence, especially in the north west that is so Muslim and whilst we have such capable and faithful brethren.

OUR MOST URGENT NEED THROUGH THE FALL AND 2019 BUDGET IS $150,000.00 FOR A NEW BIG LIBERIAN GOSPEL CHARIOT…..that will reach out to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Senegal and The Gambia.

Please pray with us and help us through the Power of God to take on more territory. We ask you to look back at what is already happening and it is mind boggling; and then reflect to what will be happening if we take on more. It is not us but you, who are taking Africans to reach their own continent. ITS AMAZING AND HARD TO EXPLAIN!

George Funk, Gospel Chariot Missions,

West Africa Mid-Year Update 2018

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