Our Fellowship Meal immediately following our worship is hosted by: John & Tina Brewer, Bill & Mary K. Flanary and Kathy Patterson. If you are a visitor, we invite you to be our special guest!
WEDNESDAY BIBLE CLASS
Topic for Wednesday PM Bible Class: (September 28th)
Video Class or Singing Night
On October 7th, at 7 PM, some representatives from the “Gospel Chariot” will be at the Leander church of Christ in Leander, TX. They will talk about various new outreaches and the work that this fleet of mobile teaching centers is doing. If you are interested in going, please talk to Ken Darnell or Cary Miller.
OUR EATING OUT TOGETHER . . .
. . ...will be on Thursday, October 13th at 5 PM at ―River City Grill‖ in Marble Falls. This is a good time for fellowship and getting to know each other better.
There is a sign-up sheet on the table in the back of the auditorium.
MAN UP! Riding for the Brand
Saturday, October 15, 2022 10:00 a.m. to 4 P.M. (coffee at 9 AM)
Cherokee Home for Children will be hosting a day for men to come together in brotherhood and comradery to hear a great speaker, and to have fun as men. It is a special day just ―for the boys.
Guest speaker this year will be radio talk-show host, equine specialist, and businessman, Scott Knudsen, of Fredericksburg, Texas. He is a dedicated Christian and family man.
There is a sign-up sheet on the table in the back of the auditorium and RSVPs have been extended to Friday, October 7th! Men, make your plans to attend!
“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
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In the last six months, we have been, as a congregation, concerned for the well-being of the Ukrainians during the war in their country. We wanted to make you aware of a new relief effort for Ukraine by Sunset International Bible Institute in Lubbock, TX. We ask you to: Pray that the containers will reach the people in time for winter. Pray that this will continue to open doors for the Gospel to be preached. Pray for an end to this war and the loss of life. If you would like to see us support such a relief effort, tell one of the elders. For the elders, Ken D
Sunset’s Global Relief Ministry (GRM) Covering Ukraine with Prayers and Love, Food and Warmth with
Almost 1,000,000 Meals is now Headed to Ukraine.
On September 7, SIBI sent almost 1,000,000 meals to Ukraine. With the help of Breedlove Foods and Global Samaritan, SIBI was able to send the meals which will be delivered by a network of Ukrainian Bible Institute alumni and churches throughout Ukraine. Breedlove Foods, based in Lubbock, Texas, provides dehydrated meals around the world through partnerships with organizations like USAID. The meals provide a full serving of nutrition. Each 2-pound bag mixes with 8 cups of boiling water to make enough food for 50 servings. Global Samaritan is an Abilene-based group that provided the logistical support to assist SIBI in getting the shipping container where it needs to be in Ukraine. Please pray that the container will reach its intended destination in early October.
Help for the Bitter Winter with another 1,000,000 Meals to be Sent Soon with Coats, Blankets, and More.
Winters in Ukraine are bitterly cold; the average high temperature in Kyiv is 32 degrees during December. Millions living in Ukraine have lost everything in this war. They are living as best they can, but heating and warmth for this winter is a growing concern.
To help alleviate this concern, SIBI is sending two more containers in October that should reach the people of Ukraine in time to the worst of the weather. In addition to more food, these containers will have sleeping bags, blankets, coats, socks, and gloves.
Richard Baggett and Ukrainian Christians are forming a network of Ukrainian Bible Institute alumni and churches who will distribute the aid so that the name of Jesus Christ can be proclaimed among the hurting. It is a blessing to have such a trusted network of people who are committed to spreading the gospel and use this aid to meet the needs of those hurting from the war.