Upcoming Events

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Art of Marriage
Fri - Sat, Sep 26 - 27
White Bluff Art Show
Sat - Sun, Nov 1 - 2

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The Whole and Hidden Heart
    Aug 24, 2014
    Psalm 32
    Terry Cosby

The Ex-God
    Aug 17, 2014
    Psalm 139
    Terry Cosby

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Ongoing Events

Bible Studies

Sunday Mornings, 8 am

Men's Ministry,
 Tuesdays, 7 am

Wednesday Evenings, 7pm

  Wednesdays, 10 am

Sunday Services
Sundays, 9:15 am

Communion Service
1st Sundays, 9:15 am
Choir Rehearsal
Sundays, 6:30 pm
2nd & 4th Tuesdays, 10 am
Gospel Sing-Along
3rd Tuesdays, 2 pm
Trustee Meetings
3rd Tuesdays, 7 pm
Council of Ministries
Quarterly, as called
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What's Happening

Sign-Ups to Open for "Art of Marriage" Event
Posted August 10, 2014

A godly marriage adds stability to our homes, our neighborhood, our state, and our country.

Sunday, August 17, will be your first opportunity to register for the “Art of Marriage” event coming to White Bluff Chapel on the week-end of September 26-27.   Wes Mitchell and Peggy Mitchell, who are heading up the promotional team for this event, are joined by Terry and Betty Newman and Glen and Madeleine Lively. Any member of this team, as well as Pastor Terry Cosby and Adult Education Chairman, is available for questions.

The workshop consists of six short video-driven sessions which are interspersed with projects for couples to complete, serving as reinforcement to the lessons. The Friday evening gathering on September 26 will run from 7:00 to 9:00 pm and will include coffee and dessert along with two of the sessions. Saturday will begin at 9:30 am with coffee and muffins and will feature two sessions before lunch and the final two afterwards, wrapping up by 3:30 or 4:00 pm. The Men’s Ministry will be cooking burgers for lunch.

Cost for participating in the event is only $20 a couple. This includes meals and two sets of materials for each couple. WBC is subsidizing the cost in order to make it easily affordable for all who want to attend.

Since its release in 2011, more than 400,000 people have participated in “The Art of Marriage” video event and small-group series, with 97% saying they would recommend it to other couples. This video event weaves together expert teaching, real-life stories, humorous vignettes and more to portray both the challenges and the beauty of God’s design.

Check out another engaging 1-minute video below on why you will want to be involved in this special week-end.

For more information, see three marriage myths that are relevant to discussions coming up at this event.

Is it time for a marriage tune-up? You can sign-up for marriage maintenance in the Maurice Martin Fellowship Hall of White Bluff Chapel or by calling the chapel office (254-694-7060) weekdays from 9:00 - noon.

WBC Children's Ministry Team Needs YOU!
Posted August 10, 2014

With the current opening in White Bluff Chapel’s Sunday School ministry, interested parties can take advantage of the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our young folks.  The new member to join the team would be responsible for teaching Sunday School attendees only one Sunday each month, using our already-developed and provided curriculum.  This particular opening is for a rotating 1st Sunday/2nd Sunday slot.  This rotating schedule insures that Sunday School team members have the opportunity to receive the Lord's Supper every other month.

Please consider this opportunity to serve our Lord, our chapel, and the children who attend WBC Sunday School.  You should be flexible; our attendance fluctuates between one and ten children on non-holidays.  There are three volunteers for each Sunday, and duties can include telling the Bible story, planning or helping children with the activity, or just making sure all get the much-loved snack!  Fun and laughter are always plentiful.

Those with questions regarding this opportunity to serve should contact Debbie Bradley at (cell) 817-988-1997 (preferred) or 254-694-8078 or by email at debanddoc@windstream.net.

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On the Road Again

Five Years of Summers in Montana
Posted August 10, 2014

by Pat Griffin

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On the road again to Montana and our summer home for the last five years has taught me some valuable lessons. First, I'm reminded of the variety and glory of God's creation. The mountains in the distance remind me daily that it is from the creator of these mighty peaks that I, too must draw my strength. Many of the wild flowers, trees and shrubs are different than in Texas, but each is beautiful in its own way. The Texas sage we plant in our flower beds has a different colored flower and is viewed as a weed here since it takes over entire pastures. Last summer Montana, like Texas, endured record heat and drought. Thank God both places are better this year, but we are reminded how dependent the farmers and ranchers still are on the God of the universe. No wonder people in rural areas tend to be more religious.

Our small farm house, isolated down a dirt road and without TV, radio or even reliable cell phone service, harkens back to an earlier, simpler era. We missed hearing about the latest wars and mass murders. We figure someone will call us (leave a message please) if anything really significant happens. We eat outside, sit on the front porch or deck, and talk in the evenings, read more and worry less. It has been nice.

Lastly, we have met wonderful people here who take life a little slower and always have time to talk. Some stores close at 4:00, the barber shop is open Saturdays and Mondays only, and cars stop both ways for jaywalking tourists. We also learned that home is not a place (i.e., College Station, Whitney or Three Forks, Mt.); it is where friends and family are. In a few weeks, we will sadly say good-by to our life in Montana, but look forward to seeing our White Bluff family again soon. (Is the bridge really fixed?) We have learned that God can bless you with his presence whatever road you have traveled this summer.

P.S. See if you can recognize who is out riding with Jim.

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