The Texas Mission Board offered to match up to $20,000 for the Authentic Church building project, and we have raised $17,000 so far. We are so thankful for the many churches, organizations, and individuals who have gotten us this far! Please help us push for that final $3,000!
Everyone knows building expenses are higher than ever. We are expecting to spend at least 50,000 more than we originally estimated and may need a loan to cover those expenses if we do not get enough donations. No worries though because God has always and will always provide.
We are still filling the current church and are still limited by the amount of space we have. Pray for the hearts of those we are working with. Kyle is in contact with people from all walks of life and our church continues to reach out to those who do not believe. Some people we are currently working with have open hearts and need the Holy Spirit to lead them towards a faith in Christ. Please pray for them.
“The Welch College Choir will conduct a three-state spring tour March 8-14, according to Todd Parrish, Vice President for Institutional Advancement. The twenty-member choir, directed by Dr. James Stevens, Dean of Welch’s School of Music, will minister in five churches.”
” As a child, Don didn’t remember many lessons and sermons about managing money. Don dives into Scripture to find biblical principles on good stewardship: “I believe we learn two main principles from Scripture concerning wealth and stewardship. First, our measure of wealth has no bearing on our salvation. Second, we are responsible for managing the things God gives us.” Read the full article in ONE Magazine: “His Kingdom, Our Stewardship”
“Our home is more than just a place to live, it is where we raise our families, and an an anchor point in our lives. And, for many of us, our home will be one of the most significant investments we ever make. So how do we factor this large investment into our overall financial plan for retirement? This new article by John Brummitt is FULL of informative, actionable information that will help you make the most of your home in your retirement years.”
Randall House & D6 Family Ministry to release Southwestern D6 Family Ministry Journal Volume 5. (Nashville, Tennessee) On April 3, 2023, Randall House & D6 Family Ministry will release Southwestern D6 Family Ministry Journal Volume 5. About the book: The book is a peer-reviewed journal that brings a comprehensive approach to the family ministry conversation by reminding ministry leaders of the various audiences present in the church community. The articles found within bring attention to family ministry and key elements of pastoral duties in connection to discipleship in the home. This journal aggregates content submitted by scholars from various universities, seminaries, and ministry organizations as well as relevant book reviews. An added bonus is practitioner insights in shorter, non-peer-reviewed submissions. Features include: The book examines ministry for various groups inside the local church, discusses theological concepts and practical ministry, and includes book reviews on ministry-related titles. About the authors: Ron Hunter Jr. Ph.D., is the executive editor, Danny Conn, Ed.D., is the general editor, Jonathan Williams, Ph.D., is the managing editor, Chris Talbot is the assistant managing editor. Contributing writers: Thomas Bergler, Graham Hale, June Lee, Gareth Crispin, Becky Aniol, Eddy Wu, Allen Jackson, Matthew McCraney, Chris Shirley & Jonathan Williams, Paul Mermilliod, Richard Griffith, Gady Youmans, Travis Flanagan, Steve Vandegriff, Frank Trimble, Frank Trimble, Tony Rogers, Charles Carpenter, Jeff Nichols, and Jerry McKinney.
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