SPECIAL COURSE BEING OFFERED
Fifty-five Alive Defensive Driving Course to Be Offered
AARP’s driving course will be offered to any who wish to refresh their knowledge of current driving rules and skills on the road. This course is designed to help older drivers prepare for ever-changing laws and ways of coping with today’s road changes. The four-hour course will be presented in our fellowship room on Thursday, February 7th. Time: 9 a.m. till 1 p.m. Completion of the course will give you a 10 percent discount on your liability auto insurance for a period of three years. The cost for AARP members is $15.00 or $20 for none-AARP members. We will also offer the course to those in the community who wish to take it. Call the church office to sign up.
Visiting those in need.
Maintaining our lawn and shrubs.
See Cary Miller.
Bertram Ladies’ Day Is Coming Up!
At the Bertram church of Christ, 535 West at Elm, Bertram, Texas.
January 26, 2019, 9 AM — 12 noon. Registration 9 — 9:30 AM
Speaker: Luann Rogers, Fayetteville, GA
Theme: If the Shoe Fits
Lunch served at noon
Please let Brenda Miller know by JANUARY 20th if you would like to go to this Ladies Day. The ladies at Bertram need to know the number of attendees in order to prepare for this special day.
EATING OUT TOGETHER
We will be eating out again on Thursday, February 7th, at El Bracero in Kingsland. Time to meet will be 5:30 PM. The sign-up sheet is on the table in the back of the auditorium.
Our brother Dennis Welch just completed a motorcycle trip through part of Cambodia with five other brethren, visiting and praying for and with people they met. What follows is a report from that trip. We need to keep this effort to spread God’s gospel in our prayers and especially for those helping carry it. For the elders, Ken D
“Well, we just completed another prayer circle around Cambodia. I found this trip to be interesting. We normally have a set plan on where to go and whom we want to meet but again on this trip, as on other prior trips, God redirected our path. On these prayer circle trips we normally meet up with believers who live far in the jungle, we pray for them, share with them and give them words of encouragement. We would pray for lands where the Gospel has not reached yet or where there is no growth. On this trip we were there to share and encourage a pair of missionaries who may live in a city but are surrounded by none believers and none English speakers. They were glad to share with us the works they are doing knowing that we would fully understand what their sacrifice means.
We may think that missionaries are strong and they have God with them. They are all that but missionaries too need words of encouragement. God uses us as His instrument to encourage them. As God uses each one of you to pray for us on our trips, as you write your words of prayers and words of encouragement and comment on the photos, they give us strength. I do or we do want to thank you for your part in this. Thank you for your prayers and your words to us.”