Update from Pastor Darrel

When the church at Jerusalem heard what had happened, they sent Barnabas to Antioch. When he arrived and saw this evidence of God’s blessing, he was filled with joy, and he encouraged the believers to stay true to the Lord. – Acts 11:22-23

Staying True to the Lord

It takes courage and encouragement. Whether you are the encouraged or encourager, both are vital to our faithfulness in our walk and service to Christ. One of the most important reasons God gave us church meetings was for the purpose of encouraging each other. Who can you encourage today?

Annual Hill Association Meeting This Evening

For those interested in fellowship and encouragement among our sister churches in Hill County. First session at 5:00, Meal at 6:00, Second session at 7:00 at FBC Whitney. All are invited.

Sam Houston Memorial Love Offering for Latham Springs

We will give a report on the giving of the churches at the annual meeting this evening. This offering will finish and furnish a room in the new Latham Springs Conference Center.

Today is one more opportunity for us to give to this great ministry. Just designate “Sam Houston” on your check or envelope.

Church Council Wednesday at 7:00

We will receive reports and review the proposed budget for 2022. All are welcome.

Thank You for Your Faithful Giving

God is using your generosity to bless the many ministries of His church both here and around the world. We are never more like Jesus than when we’re giving!

Discipleship Studies Continue This Evening   

  •       Women – “Elijah: Faith and Fire” by Priscilla Shirer. Books - $15.00.
  •       Men – “Fresh Encounter: Experiencing God’s Power for Spiritual Awakening” by Henry and Richard Blackaby. Books - $10.00.

Pray for Our Youth Search Committee

Chris Moore, Brooke Seely, Denny Noble, Rebeka Calhoun and Brady Schulz.

Think about it…  

I would go to the deeps a hundred times to cheer a downcast spirit. It is good for me to have been afflicted, that I might know how to speak a word in season to one that is weary. - Charles Spurgeon