“We appreciate so much your concerns, your calls and cards, your expressions of love during and after James’ surgery. Our warmest thanks to all!”

In Christian love, James & Vicky Williams


Alton Peterson, at age 85, passed away on Thursday, January 20th. A grave side service was held on Thursday, January 27th at the Bagdad Cemetery in Leander, TX. Joe Winnett officiated.

Our heartfelt love, sympathy and prayers are going out to Dorothy, the two sons and families, and to all those who knew and loved Alton.


If you have not contributed to this important and worthy cause yet, this is the last Sunday that we take up a collection to help defray the costs of this helping arm of the church. Please make a notation on your check that it is for this purpose. T H A N K Y O U !


This Sunday’s Fellowship Meal, after our worship assembly, is hosted by James & Vicky Williams, Wanda Christian, Kathy Patterson and Pat DeVore.


The group that enjoys eating out together will meet on Thursday, February 17th at the “River Grill” in Marble Falls. Time: 5 PM. This will be with members of the Marble Falls congregation. There is a s i g n – u p sheet on the table in the back of the auditorium.


“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

We rejoice when reports of evangelical efforts come to us from fellow workers whom we help support. We share their good news with you so you can keep them in your prayers. Please join us in lifting up the work of the church worldwide to our God. For the elders, Ken D

Photo by Mike Udam


My first mission work for 2022 took me 410km from Ogoja in Cross River state to Ukanafun in Akwa Ibom state to work with my very good friend and coworker in the vineyard in their two-day evangelism and lectureship program..

I was saddled with the responsibility of speaking on Being watchful with a text from Matt 26:41 to the audience in the lectureship.

To God be the glory that after all the work that was done, 6 souls obeyed the gospel and became brand new Christians. Just yesterday after service a denominational pastor gave up denominationalism and accepted the plain way of salvation through baptism.

God has been faithful to me and has been giving me the opportunity to serve in bringing souls to his kingdom. Apart from a very bad economy and some car challenges, I am strong and ready for the task ahead.

Your support is a huge contributing factor to all I do out here.

Keep me and my team in your prayers.

Sincerely yours,

Mike Udam

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