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Mon - Thur, Jun 24 - 27

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Fruit of the Spirit
    May 19, 2019
    Galatians 5:16-26
    Dylan Price

The Helper Who Convicts
    May 12, 2019
    John 16:5-11
    Dr. James Pool

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Men's Ministry

Wizard of Cos

 Blogs from Terry Cosby

Ongoing Events

Bible Studies

All meet at Fellowship Hall

Sunday Mornings, 8 am

Men's Ministry,
  Tuesdays, 7:30 am

Wednesday Evenings,

Bible Study Fellowship,
  Thursdays, 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
Crochet Critters
1st & 3rd Mondays, 10 am
Trustee Meetings
3rd Tuesdays, 7 pm
Council of Ministries
Quarterly, as called
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What's Happening

Sandy Creek Bible Camp Reminder
Posted May 16, 2019

Summer is fast approaching, and WBC is once again sponsoring local children to attend Bible camp. The children we sponsor are those whose families could not provide a wonderful Christian camp experience for their children without our help.

We have been doing this for years, and want to make 2019 better than ever! So please review the flyer regarding Sandy Creek Bible Camp and refer children you may know (or know of) through your various contacts in the community. The youngest age is 8. Many of our campers have started at that age and attended each summer all the way through high school.

Please ask the family to contact Bob Buckner at 254-694-8527. They should not contact the camp directly at this time.

Thank you for your help. The children will be blessed!

This year's dates for Sandy Creek are as follows:

Age Group     Dates
8-12               June 16-22
12-14             June 23-29
14-17             June 30-July 6
15-18             July 21-27

Go to the What's Happening page for prior news & events.

Memories of Cos

How You Can Contribute
Posted May 16, 2019

The last two website updates contained some memories of Cos that Bill Burris shared. They were examples of moments he had had with Cos. It is our hope that others will also share some of their memories of Times with Cos. We're sure there were times on the golf course where his humor was in full bloom or times he was a mentor or a great listener and giver of his thoughts to a problem. Think about your time with him and maybe share some things where he helped you or made you laugh.  

You can send you memories to Bill Burris at aceburris42@gmail.com and they will be posted on the website. 

Go to the Memories of Cos page to see prior "Memories of Cos" articles.

On the Road Again

A Burst of Sunshine
Posted May 16, 2019

by David Briggs

The pain from a bone spur on one's heel can be pretty annoying. I finally got annoyed enough (actually, it was my wife's annoyance at my whining and limping around the house) that I decided to visit the doctor's office. After waiting about 15 minutes, and reading a fascinating article about the economic impact of some beetle on Texas agriculture, the nurse called me in. She recorded my weight (I always love that part), took my blood pressure, reviewed my current medications, and asked me to describe my ailment.

That done, I waited another few minutes for the doctor to come in. The door opened, and a very young female physician's assistant entered the room. She was very bright and congenial. After some discussion, she informed me that she had graduated from Whitney in 2011 and was the recipient of a White Bluff Chapel scholarship. She went on to tell me how grateful she was to the Chapel for helping her get started on her career education. She was able to get more scholarships along the way, and graduated from medical school without having any college loan debt. Her maiden name was Blaine Tull. She is now Blaine Eubank, PA-C, working at Whitney Family Medicine.

Encounters like this happen to me occasionally. And, I must say that each time, it gives me great joy to know that God's work through our Educational Aid Program is having such a positive impact on local students' lives. It especially pleases me to see them return to Whitney as young professionals who will enrich the lives of others in our community. This experience was another of those "bursts of sunshine" that have enriched my life.

Oh, by the way, my foot still hurts, but Blaine prescribed an ex-ray, and referred me to a podiatrist.

Go to the On the Road Again page to see prior "On the Road Again" articles.

On the Road to Recovery

Go to the On the Road to Recovery page to see prior "On the Road to Recovery" articles.

What We've Done

Helping Restore God's Gift of Nature
Posted May 16, 2019

Members of the Men’s Ministry spent two full spring days overhauling and restoring one of White Bluff’s finest gardens, that of Donna and Lee Hall. Help from the Lake Whitney Garden Club also provided a couple of rewarding and productive work days at the site. Donna and her husband Lee, who recently passed away, were among the first residents of White Bluff.

Donna’s pride and joy has always been her beautiful home and yard. But because of other priorities that arose recently, her yard responsibilities had to be put aside for awhile. With the spring rains and warm, sunny days, the yard quickly needed serious intervention. The volunteers picked up, cleaned up, trimmed up, loaded up, and hauled off many truckloads, in addition to assembling all new yard furniture that had been ordered before Lee fell ill. 

Throughout the years, Donna has been very involved with charitable projects in the Whitney and White Bluff communities. Helpers from the Men’s Ministry were Jay Miller, Howard Clements, Jerry Moore, John Knightstep, Paul Jacobus, and Rick Faught. A few energetic other Chapel joined them, as well: Nancy Yarbro and Martin and Kathy Coons. Helpers from the Garden Club were Pat Huffman, Margaret Brunett and Jerri Mullins.

Mother-Daughter Luncheon a Hit
Posted May 16, 2019

White Bluff Chapel’s annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon, held on the Saturday proceeding Mother’s Day, once again scored a hit for the women of our community and their guests. Mothers, daughters, granddaughters, grandmothers, nieces and sisters were treated to colorful springtime decorations, hanging basket centerpieces that doubled as door prizes, a delicious brunch menu and garden-themed favors.

The pièce de résistance of the event, however, was the Spring Style Show presented by A Daughter’s Dream Boutique from downtown Whitney. The models consisted of members of WB Chapel plus ladies from the boutique. Each model presented two outfits, including handbag and jewelry.                

Mary Parish and her congenial Hospitality Committee served as hostesses for the event. The menu consisted of varied egg casseroles, cheese grits, mini muffins, fresh fruit salad and Mary’s homemade desserts of crème puffs and chocolate cake.

Go to the What We've Done page to see prior "What We've Done" articles.