THANK YOU NOTE
Dear Church Family,
Thank you for the prayers, cards, phone call and transportation to and from Austin Heart Hospital. We appreciate and you. We are blessed by our wonderful church family!
Love, Danny & Nancy Hankins
The Heart of Texas Bible Camp, Brady, TX
The Sunset Ridge Church of Christ in Brady, TX, is hopeful that the yearly camp sessions will be able to take place again this year.
This is the upcoming schedule:
Session 1 — Grades 4-7 — June 6-11 — directed by Virgil Webb
Session 2 — Grades 8-12 — June 13-18 — directed by Robert Baugh & Dale Sheehe
We hope and pray that it will be possible for those sessions to take place. After a year of challenging times, it would be a great blessing for the children and all the members of the staff. Pray for this good work.
WEDNESDAY PM BIBLE CLASS
March 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cary Miller
March 31 . . . . Bible Lands Video: The City of Dan
“And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”” Romans 10:15
GOSPEL CHARIOT MISSIONS
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This is the current newsletter from Kaylee Hankins, whom we help support. Please keep Kaylee and her prayer requests as well as her mission work in your prayers. For the elders, Ken D
Adventures in Missions, Kaylee Hankins, Lubbock Edition, FEBRUARY 2021
Hey y’all, I know it’s been a minute. I have been going through so much. So many things have been going on back home in my personal life. I decided to step back from AIM to be there for my family. We’ve been struggling as a whole, and my parents have had some downs as well. Since I’ve been home, I’ve been surrounded by peace and love not only from God, but by God’s family as well. I ask prayers for healing, growth, guidance, and peace in my family. If you have any questions, I will answer them to the best of my ability.
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I’ve been seeking God’s guidance through all of this. He led me to fulfill ministries at the Well, which is known as the college ministry. After being here a couple weeks, I received a call from the director of AIM. He asked if I would like to finish my AIM time in Lubbock because what’s going on in my family isn’t in my control. Of course I took this opportunity with a grateful heart!
I do so many things throughout the week, and it’s all things I love to do! I feel God’s presence everywhere I go. I might’ve not trusted the process at first, but I know this is where God wants me. I absolutely love the activities I’m involved in and helped start!
On Mondays and Tuesdays I normally plan those days for personal growth and meditation, so I start the week with a good mindset! Wednesdays are the busiest for me. I go to Lubbock Impact each morning at 9 and prepare To-Go meals for families. We have a whole process with clothing and toiletries as well! Around 11AM, I go to Texas Tech and we have the college booth set up in the free speech area. We pass out flyers and occasionally goodies, and they sign up for the Well and we get them involved. Then I go to the Well at 5pm and make lattes for all the students and visitors starting at 6pm and then we have worship at 7!
On Thursday, I meet with my Coordinator, Chris Johnson from 9AM-11AM, then I study and prep for our small group at 6pm and discussion can last a very long time, but it’s so good!
Friday morning at 6, a small group of us are going through the book of Romans and it has been so good. And that afternoon, I go over Revelation to prepare for our study that night.
Saturday morning, I started up this women’s bible study. We are going through a novel called “Captivating” by John Eldredge and then we will start “Wild at Heart”. It’s pretty amazing!
Finally, on Sunday we have bible class and worship. Then at 2pm we have our outreach
meeting and following that at 6pm we have our evangelism bible class.