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The Whatever People
    January 31, 2016
    1 Corinthians 10
    Terry Cosby


Now, Give Me This Mountain
    January 24, 2016
    Joshua 14:12
    Terry Cosby


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ission  More Scholarship Recipients Thank You Letters
 oment  Posted February 4, 2016

Alexis Turner

White Bluff Chapel members invest a lot of time, energy and money in support of the scholarship program. Each year the Educational mission committee selects a number of Lake Whitney area students for the scholarship award.  Chapel members become involved as mentors with each student.  

The mentoring program is a key part of the overall program.  Each recipient is assigned mentors to assist them in their education.  The mentors help keep the student focused not only on education, but they also have input related to how Christ can influence the students’ lives.

Lynette Martin


We have received additional thank you notes from two more recipients.  These are documented evidence of the impact that the time and resources of WBC is having on the lives of Lake Whitney area students.

It is rewarding to receive their thank you letters, two of which are included here. One is from Alexis Turner mentored by Ruth Maddox and the other one includes three notes from Lynette Martin mentored by Ruth Maddox.  As you can tell by their letters, the scholarship program is doing wonders for the youth from the Lake Whitney area.



What's Happening


College & Career Day
Posted February 4, 2016

College and Career day is organized by the White Bluff Chapel Education Mission Committee. This year's event will be for Whitney High School juniors.  Dottie Briggs, Sub Chair, is excited that this year's event includes three community colleges along with other associated colleges.  The career day has many volunteers from White Bluff and the community.  It's another example of how the Chapel's mission program is serving the youth of the area and has for several years.

This year's college & career day will be held on February 11.  This event will be at the First Church of the Nazarene as it has been in previous years.  The day begins at 8:00 am and ends at 12 noon with a pizza lunch for the students.  There are seven break-out sessions with each one having a moderator and 3 to 4 panelists. This year the committee invited three community colleges; Hill, McLennan, and Navarro to participate in this event, in addition to Texas State Technical College who has participated in the past.

After the break-out sessions, the students will reassemble in the fellowship hall to hear a representative from each college and TSTC talk about their school.  After their presentation, students can visit the college tables where they can gain more individualized information.  There are 102 juniors this year.  The many volunteers, local professionals, and successful retires talk about their careers and represent White Bluff and the community - all in all about 35 people.

If you think you would like to be an additional volunteer, email Dottie Briggs.  Watch for a followup report on the event.


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What We've Done


Acknowledging Retiring Trustees
Posted February 4, 2016

On Sunday January 31,  2016, Trustee Chairman Wes Mitchell acknowledged the Trustees that retired at the end of last year.  Trustees serve a three-year term on the board.  Honored were Cheryl Robinson, Chairman for 2015,  Charlie Whisenand and Terry Newman.  In addition, Wes made a special presentation to Bob Harris for his five plus years of service as the Chapel Treasurer.

After serving with them for two years, Wes detailed the quality of service and commitment each gave in their role with the Chapel.   In addition, each retiring trustee was given a certificate signed by all current members.


Wes thanked both Terry and Charlie for their dedicated support in their roles with the Trustees and the overall commitment they each made.

Wes acknowledged Cheryl as a trusted leader, and noted her dedication and the mentoring she gave him for his current role with the Trustees.


Wes paid tribute to Bob Harris for the dedication he has given the Chapel as Treasurer over the past five plus years.  Wes presented Bob with a gift certificate he said could not begin to repay Bob for his service and dedication.  Bob is retiring as the Treasurer but has committed to being the assistant Treasurer moving forward.



933 Cleanup
Posted February 4, 2016

White Bluff Chapel has volunteered through the Texas "Adopt the Highway" program and been cleaning a two mile portion of FM 933 for many years. The Chapel volunteers perform the cleaning three or four times a year.

On January 30 the team was at it again and having fun and productive. The team consisted of Louis Hicks, David Woods, Larry Lively, Bill Pierce, Ron Stone, Danny Bodeker, Bill Allen and Rick Faught.

There are opportunities to join this team. If you're interested email Rick Faught.



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