Christian Women’s Job Corps Graduation
Tusday, November 11th at 6pm
FBC, Starkville Outreach Center
We will be recognizing Graduates for their completion of
10 weeks of computer and job skills training.
Each participant receives a completion certificate
Dear Golden Trianlge Baptist Association,
We did indeed have a wonderful Fall Meeting! Siloam Baptist Church hosted us beautifully; Brother David challenged us to make our focus the same as Jesus'---Spreading the Good News to everyone. I'm so thankful for our association, this family of 66 churches, that does intentionally encourage and meet needs of those of our community and beyond. Thank you for encouraging me and allowing me the opportunity to serve in this office.
Thank you for your hugs, words of appreciation, cards, the delightful reception, and your generous love gift. Our WMU ladies made everything look wonderful and taste yummy! For your attention to details....Thank you.
The evening was even more special because Tommy was able to come along with both of our daughters (Allison and Lindsay) and three of our four granddaughters. Our families are significant to our ministry.
It is a joy to work with Brother Dan and Angie---and each of you.
Much Love and Many Blessings,
CLASSROOM NEEDS: 1. reams of copy paper (pastel colors) 2. report folders with pockets (any color) 3. white, 3-ring binders with clear, plastic sleeve on top, 1 and 1/2 inch spine 4. page dividers (packs of 5 or 8) 5. pencil pouches (zippered) for binders 6. hand-held calculators 7. notebook paper (packs of 100 sheets) 8. computors that can run windows 7
We do not need any pencils and pens at this time.
FUNDS: 1. for gas assistance cards
PAPER PRODUCTS: 1. coffee cups 2. small dessert plates 3. bowls for soup, pudding, etc. 4. snack size zip-lock bags 5. aluminum foil 6. divided styrophom plates
MEAL PROVIDERS: 1. churches/people to provide a lunch meal (if interested call Mrs. Pat at 251-0040)
VOLUNTEERS: 1. day time volunteers with basic computor skills.
2. Christian Friends for fall semester
(if interested call Rita Usher at 312-5634)
Southern Baptist pastors struggling through personal or professional crisis now have a confidential place to turn, thanks to a new partnership between the North American Mission Board (NAMB) and Focus on the Family.
The care line launched Oct. 1 dedicated exclusively to Southern Baptist pastors, chaplains and missionaries by calling 844-PASTOR1. Calls are answered by Focus on the Family’s Family Help Center and remain completely confidential. No information about the calls—including the name of the pastor or the church or the nature of the call—will be provided to NAMB.
“The North American Mission Board cares for pastors, and we want to be a part of the compassion of Christ for them and their families,” said Michael Lewis (@pastor4pastors), NAMB’s executive director of pastoral care and development.
The phone line is available weekdays between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. Eastern Time. The agent answering the call will listen to and pray for the pastor. If there is a further need, the agent will refer the call to a counseling team. A chaplain or a counselor will return the pastor’s call within 24 to 48 hours for an initial consultation. Because of the NAMB-sponsored prayer line, SBC pastors will get a priority in this process. Crisis calls—if a pastor mentions imminent danger of harm to himself or others—will immediately get routed to the counseling team.
Thursday, November 20
at Border Springs Baptist Church
12771 Hwy. 12 East
No Admission. Love Offering Received.