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Faith's Hope
    Dec 2, 2018
    Zechariah 9:12 &
       Luke 1:26-38
    Terry Cosby

You Are Mine
    Nov 25, 2018
    II Timothy 4:6-8
    Terry Cosby

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Sunday Mornings, 8 am

Men's Ministry,
  Tuesdays, 7:30 am
  Resumes 9/11/18

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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ission  WBC's Jack Horn Credited with
Ongoing Success in Africa
 oment  Posted December 13, 2018

Becky McKee, Chapel liaison for Foundation Ministries, and Vicki Thompson, Global/National Missions Chair, received the following correspondence from Rene Brown, President of Foundation Ministries.  He makes glowing remarks regarding Pastor Luke, who has visited Whitney on two occasions, and alludes to the success of Jack Horn’s work in Africa in the early days of White Bluff Chapel’s foray into supporting missions abroad. 

Becky and Vicki:

Just wanted you to know how one of our Africa Team was received in two Pastors Conferences in Argentina, culturally a very different part of the world.  Lanny Hamby (from Texas, part of the Foundation Ministries family) was the host for the conference.

Also note that I am sending Luke on to help in two more seminars next week! The Africa Team is a great blessing in Africa but I can send them anywhere and know they will be received. What White Bluff Chapel supported all those years by sending Jack and I to Africa is bearing good fruit.


Dear Rene:  Toni and I just returned from Argentina last night. Wonderful trip, and wanted you to know what a great blessing Luke was.  All of the trouble and expense was well worth it.  Luke is such a sweet man with a huge gift. He captured everyone’s heart, evidence of your fruit growing. Blessings, Lanny

Yes, I am proud of the way he has applied himself. We have traveled across the face of Africa for 25 years. He's a delight. It's a squeeze but I have him teaching in a Leadership seminar in Uganda and then one in Tanzania, both next week! He will hit the ground running. We don't normally do that but it was a unique opportunity to speak into [sic] the lives of these pastors - especially in Tanzania which is a Muslim country.



ission  African Orphans and Widows Tout
Successful Rice Crop
 oment  Posted December 13, 2018

Becky McKee, Chapel liaison for Foundation Ministries, reports receipt of the Orphans and Widows November 2018 report in which they detail the success of their 2018 rice crop, how the money is used and its application for school supply needs.

What's Happening

Isaiah's Place To Hold Christmas Open House
Posted December 13, 2018

by Diane Frederickson

The Isaiah's Place staff and volunteers want to say thank you for all the support they receive from the Hill County communities. Christmas is a busy time, but with the “come-and-go” IP Open House, a person can fellowship, shop, and snack, all at the same time!

The IP facilities are continually updated. This is a great time for the public to see all the recent changes. They are thankful for White Bluff’s support of their facility and ministries, wish God’s rich blessings on our families and hope to see us at their Open House on Saturday, December 15. 

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On the Road Again

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On the Road to Recovery

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What We've Done

Choir Caroling Party Brings Smiles
Posted December 13, 2018

by Tom Reedy

The weather (thankfully!) wasn’t frightful, and the smiles were so delightful as the Chapel’s choir visited and sang Christmas carols for their neighbors as part of its annual Christmas and Caroling Party on Monday, December 3. Caroling has been a tradition for the choir since its inception as a way of bringing “tidings of comfort and joy” to people in the White Bluff community who are going through difficult times or missing someone dear to them during the holiday season. The group visited approximately 30 people , including members of the White Bluff family and others living at Country Club Retirement Center and Town Hall Estates Nursing Home. 

Over the past recent years, the caroling has begun with the full group singing for Terry and Pam Cosby at their home. This year it was such a blessing to see Terry joining in the caroling at a couple of locations in his neighborhood. 

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