Mary Kattner’s daughter Cissy’s mother–in–law, Carolyn Galloway (Mim), passed away Friday, July 15th. Services were held on Monday, July 18th in Canton, MS.
Our condolences, love and prayers go out to Mary & Henry and to all the family.
“Thank you for your prayers during her life on earth. Please pray for her family at this time.” Mary & Henry Kattner
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
Due to the diminished images by our auditorium projector and its anticipated replacement within a few weeks, we will be conducting our song services without the projector for the next several weeks. Please use the songbooks and follow the song leader as we worship together. Thanks for your help and understanding.
UPCOMING FELLOWSHIP MEAL
Fellowship Meal on Sunday, July 31 after the morning assembly.
Hosts and hostesses will be – Troy & Leana Futrell, Don & Joann Hollums and Cary & Brenda Miller.
“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
NIGERIAN PRINT MINISTRY
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Recently our brother Kirk Eason shared some stories from Southern Africa Bible College students with us since we help support that work. This is one of the stories he shared. Keep praying for all those working to serve the Lord. Be prayerful of those connected to SABC. For the elders, Ken D
Thabo Tagane is a Graduate Intern working in Campus Ministry with the Hilltop Church of Christ in Johannesburg. The Graduate Intern Program was founded by the Hilltop congregation and is supplemented by congregations and individuals in the United States. Five thousand dollars partially supports a graduate for one year while they work with a local congregation. The graduate and the congregation both report progress to the SABC administration. If you would like to help with this effort, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is Thabo’s latest report:
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This month we baptized four students from University of Johannesburg, Auckland Park and Doornfontein Campus. This is a direct result of establishing the UJ society. We expected that the society would bear results and our expectation was justified. It was evident that we only had May, before the break, to fully engage the students and our diligence paid off. The students are Phophi and Tracy first year Bcom accounting students. Puseletso an education student and Gudani second year Civil engineering student from Doorfontein Campus. They all attended visitors class this year. Gusani has been visiting from last year and she attended on Fridays and was in the visitor’s class this year. It is encouraging to see students obeying the gospel. We are crediting our current students for their evangelistic attitude. In the last 5 years we have been teaching the students to teach others. They carry out their responsibility to the great commission.
Our new converts class is growing. As indicated in the past, we are deliberate about our teaching. The group has grown to eight brethren, and we teach them accordingly. We started teaching about worship, which in turn leads to the teaching about the church. During the university break, we use WhatsApp as a medium for teaching. The plan is to continue with the physical class next semester. We prepare them to defend the gospel and teach their friends and to assure them about the salvation they have received.