Women On Mission
Here we are, already into the second month of the New Year 2019. What are your plans? Do you think those plans coincide with God’s plans? God’s plans for us are not always easy. Our days can be full of the minutia that distracts us from staying focused on Jesus.
Our challenge is to know Jesus, yield our lives to Jesus, and pray to Jesus. When we do these things, how much easier is it to show His love to those around us and around the world? Jesus wasn’t afraid to do the hard things during His ministry. He spoke the truth, whether people agreed with him or not. He traveled to help people, and He showed God’s love to people that others thought were not lovable.
As we go about our daily business, let’s be prepared to pursue relationships and be a part of someone’s life so that we can share the GOOD NEWS and to make a difference.
Our church family has stepped up to help change lives by its generosity to our Special Christmas Offering (SBC and State). All of these funds go to support our missionaries in the field. These missionaries work among many different peoples and cultures, they are often in great danger and the time grows shorter. Thank you from your Women on Mission for your prayers and offerings. Our goal of $2,500 was reached and exceeded by over $2,200. God’s Blessings to each of you.
12- Annette Hall group, 9:30am, at Susan Gaske’s home
12- Mission Vision Group, 10:30am, at Bobbi Gehr’s home
12- Helping Hands Group, 1pm, at Joanne Jenner’s home
10-16 WMU FOCUS WEEK
10- Focus Sunday with a special guest speaker
16- Children’s Mission Day, 10-12 in the Hospitality Center.
Hands-on mission opportunities, games, creative
activities, etc. are planned for all our children and their
friends. Come discover the joy of missions!
24- Jane’s GAs, Acteens, and RAs meet after church for lunch
3-10 Week of Prayer for North American Missions and the
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering
12- Annette Hall mission group, 9:30am at Carol Bynum’s
12- Mission Vision group 10:30am at location TBA
12- Helping Hands group 10am at Jean Harrison’s home
31- Jane’s GAs, Acteens, and RAs meet after church for lunch
Looking Ahead: April 7 BCM Dinner at W&M, 5pm
In Christ, Leslie Baker and your WOM Leadership Team
Focus: Latisha’s House, a safe haven for trafficked women.Their needs are:
- Feminine hygiene products
- toilet paper
- paper towels
- paper plates
- trash bags
- tin foil
- laundry soap
- powdered creamer
Focus: Lackey Free Clinic, providing medical care for the disadvantaged.
Their needs are:
- copy paper
- yellow post-its
- Ziploc bags (assorted sizes)
- plastic utensils
- paper cups