….to our own Adam Garcia, Jr. (center), of Llano High School who was presented a scholarship on May 13 by the Lambda Nu social organization.

Photo by Adam Garcia, Jr


June 9, Lesson 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Troy Futrell

June 16, Lesson 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Darnell


The elders have decided that there has been enough improvement in the COVID situation to justify an adjustment to our mask policy. A large percentage of our membership is now vaccinated, and we have seen no cases of COVID-19 being spread in our church assemblies. Therefore, we believe the following adjustments are warranted for all services:

 Masks will still be required to enter and exit our building or while moving about.

 Once you are seated and socially distanced from others, the wearing of the mask will be optional.

 Should you need to get up and move around the building, we ask you to please put your mask back on. Once seated again & distanced you can remove the mask again.

 At the end of services everyone is asked to put the mask back on as we exit the building.

Our hope is that these adjustments will maintain a reasonable level of safety and yet allow us to worship our Lord without the discomfort associated with wearing a mask. Thank you for your cooperation.


“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

Photo by Adrianna Calvo on Pexels.com


It is a blessing to see Christians sharing the good news of Jesus to those who are without hope. In the following report from our brother Sylvester, we can be thankful to see our Christian brethren spreading the hope that is in them through a very active biblical printing ministry and a World Bible School ministry. Let us pray for and support in the work of the gospel. For the elders, Ken D


The Print Ministry received wonderful contributions in the quarter. Several first time and anonymous donors sent help with which we were able to achieve the following results:

Highlights of OPM: The Print Ministry

i. 150,000 Total number of booklets produced

ii. 511- Total number of shipments made in the quarter

iii. 59 – Total number of converts recorded in the quarter

Photo from Sylvester Imogoh

Summary Notes and Comments

1. Our work in the Nigerian Evangelism through the OPM has continued to grow. In this quarter, we have more opportunities for distributing the message of salvation to willing hearers through Volunteer Distribution Agents that we now have in almost all parts of Nigeria. Right now, we have more brothers who have volunteered to help in the work. For example, in Abuja and the Federal Capital Territory, [FCT], we now have two more brothers making a total of 4 who receive materials from me via our Way Bill system and redistributes same. Two of these new agents are helping to forward the boxes of tracts and booklets on to farther northern parts of Nigeria such as Plateau, Taraba, Adamawa and other northern states that represents the core of Islam in Nigeria.

2. We have now fully transitioned into the production of the Basic Bible Lesson Series booklets. These are by far better than the 4- page tracts we have been printing. These series are more acceptable and better in all ways and cheaper than conventional books.

3. In this quarter, we have shipped tracts for uses in evangelism in:

i. Bible schools

ii. Rural and urban evangelism

iii. Prison ministries

v. Cameroon Refugees camp in Ogoja-Northern Cross Rivers state

We are appealing for more donors to help produce more materials for the work of evangelism in Nigeria. Thanks and Appreciations to all Our Donors and Supporters: We hereby express our heartfelt appreciations to everyone who have sent money regularly or on a one time basis to help in any of the ministries we are involved in. We are so thankful that you are standing behind us in these good works. There is very little that we can achieve without your financial support.

Therefore, you are our indispensable partners in this souls-saving business!! Sylvester Imogoh

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