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In the Face of Terror
    Oct 19, 2014
    Revelation 2:8-11
    Terry Cosby


Rekindling the Flame
    Oct 12, 2014
    Revelation 2:1-7
    Terry Cosby




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Critters
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Gospel Sing-Along
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3rd Tuesdays, 2 pm
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What's Happening


Griffin BBQ Postponed 1 Week
Posted October 9, 2014

Those who have been awaiting the White Bluff Chapel’s popular autumn barbeque with eager anticipation will have to wait one more week to visit Jim and Pat Griffin’s J-G Ranch. The event, which had been set for Saturday, October 11, has been postponed until Saturday, October 18.

The change of date occurred to accommodate those wishing to attend the Baylor-TCU football game on that day since those two teams are now vying for the Big-12 championship.  The picnic will still start at 5:00 p.m., and guests are encouraged to carpool since parking space is at a premium. Those who wish to fish in the nearby pond (which Jim states is stocked with bass) should arrive early.

Barbecue beef, pork, venison and sausage will be furnished by the Griffins and prepared by chef Danny Bodeker. Potluck side dishes to feed 12 are to be brought by guests. The sign-up sheet in Fellowship Hall asks guests to indicate if they will be bringing a salad, vegetable, bean or dessert dish. The original sign-ups will transfer to the new date unless guests have to change their reservation. In that case, folks should call to make the change at the WBC office, weekdays until noon, at 254.694.7060.

The J-G Ranch is located just north of White Bluff. Upon exiting White Bluff, turn left on FM 933, go north about 5 miles and watch on the left for the white stone gate with a header of “J-G Ranch” over the entrance. Take the black-topped road towards the house.


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What We've Done


"Art of Marriage" Event Draws Praise
Posted October 9, 2014

An “Art of Marriage” event occurred at White Bluff Chapel during the week-end of September 26-27. Wes and Peggy Mitchell directed the affair for twenty couples who participated in a series of short video-driven sessions and follow-up activities.

The event had hardly ended when the buzz being heard all around was, “When will it be offered again?” Participating couples were full of praises about the relevance to their lives, and they were recommending it to their friends.

John and Kathleen Knightstep and Glen and Madeleine Lively assisted the Mitchells in greeting couples, setting up and hosting the occasion. The Men’s Ministry cooked and served burgers for lunch.

For more than 35 years, a Christian-based organization called FamilyLife has been helping couples understand God’s plan for relationships. The group released “The Art of Marriage” video event in 2011. Since then, more than 400,000 people have participated in the small-group series, resulting in 97% saying they would recommend it to other couples. The event weaves together expert teaching, real-life stories, humorous vignettes and more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design.





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