Willie Monette Collmorgen, of Kennett, MO, the mother of Nancy Hankins, passed from this life to her heavenly reward on Sunday, January 3rd, 2021, in Cape Girardeau, MO. She was 97 years old.
Graveside services were held on Saturday, January 9th, 2021, at Forest Park East in Webster, TX, Monette’s two grandsons, David Hankins and Zachary Maxcey, officiated.
Our love, condolences and heartfelt prayers go out to Nancy & Danny and to the children, grand- and great-grandchildren. God bless and comfort all!
WEDNESDAY PM BIBLE CLASS
Joe Winnett will teach “God and the Nations Pt 2” on January 13th
Memorials in Honor of Phil Parmer’ Life:
To: Christian Relief Fund
P.O. Box 19670
Amarillo, Texas 79114-1670
We are blessed this year to continue to support the work of Dennis and Sharon Welch in Cambodia. What follows is part of the Welches’ end of the year report. Continue to pray for the Welches and their efforts. For the elders, Ken D
CAMBODIAN MISSIONS REPORT
We pray this newsletter finds you well and experiencing the love, grace and goodness that our Lord and Savior provides. We are eternally grateful and praise God for how you have remembered us in your prayers, messages, phone calls, and how you have supported the Lord’s work here in Cambodia for so many years. Our hearts have been strongly touched by your partnership, love and encouragements.
Photo by Dennis and Sharon Welch
Please take a moment and celebrate with us…the house is completed and we have moved into our new home. We have been blessed beyond measure and express many thanks for the amazing teams we had working with us and for us over this past year.
As the team of workers were finishing up we had an opportunity to honor them, and most importantly, witness to them as we shared the “Good News of Jesus Christ”. We have shared everyday life with these workers over the last ten months and we’re thankful for the times we chatted with them and listened as they opened up and shared their thoughts and concerns. Please join us in praying for them as they move on to their next projects. Specifically, we ask for prayers about how God is working at softening each of their hearts and that they will grow to have faith and trust in “Him” and “Him” alone.
Thank you again for remembering us in your prayers. We are actively reaching out, meeting new people, forming new relationships and forging new friendships. We remain in prayer always and are eager to see the many ways God will use us, our gifts and the blessings of our home for His glory. The whole world is in such need and it can start with something as small as a friendly smile, a listening ear and connecting by simply giving someone your time and being a friend. Oh, to be more like Jesus! That’s certainly our goal.
Early Christians met and gathered together in small groups, known as house churches (Romans 16:3-5; 1 Corinthians 16:19). This still continues today all over the world. We have been blessed to meet and work with many house churches since moving to Cambodia. We are thrilled the church body can now meet regularly (at our farm “Villa Monorom”, which means big peaceful, restful house) to praise God in worship and fellowship together. We held our first church fellowship meeting on November 1st as fellow friends and family joined together. We praise God for this beautiful place and look forward to seeing the church grow in our community. Pray with us for an extra measure of wisdom, unity and an out-pouring of God’s love for the lost and hurting families around us.