Week of January 16, 2022

Prayer for the week: “I must work the works of Him who sent me while it is day; the night is coming when no one can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” John 9:4-5 (NKJV)

Ladies Retreat 2022 at Alto Frio is scheduled for Feb 18-20. If you have not made reservations, please let Shelia Gavlick know so she can register you.

Wednesday evening bible study for Adult, Young Adult, and Youth. Join us at 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary.

Lakehills Bapitst Church is live in the sanctuary service on Sunday starting at 10:30A.M. Services will continue online and also at 10:30AM. Adult Sunday School class has also resumed (9:15A.M.)

Are you interested in calling, or writing cards, to people who are not coming to church due to the pandemic? Sign-up in the back or contact Sarah Alexander or Yvonne Kruse if you wish to be a part of this “Connection” ministry. Many people are feeling alone and disconnected from the church. A friendly voice or simple card will let them know they are still part of our church family. It will also help us know of prayer needs or other issues we may be able to help with during the pandemic.

A Prayer List is available at the back table. Please take one home and use it to pray for those in need.

Volunteers are needed in a variety of positions:  Greeting Team, Church Outreach, Changing church sign, etc.  If you have an interest, or talent you’d like to share to help the church continue to move forward, please contact Yvonne Kruse at church at 830-751-2006.

We appreciate your patience, continued involvement and support thru this difficult time.  We will continue to livestream Sunday morning services  going forward.  This has been a great way to reach those who are unable to come to church physically and has reached as far as California.  We ask that you continue to pray for our church, our community and our country.  We look forward to seeing you all Sunday.  

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In Him, Charlie Robbins

Please be in prayer for the families in our congregation that have been touched in a variety of ways by the COVID-19 virus. Our state and nation are reaching unprecedented levels of infection and death and only God can lead us through. Prayer is our defense against this evil and we need to be mindful that all things work together for the good of those to them that love God!

Please stay safe and continue to pray!!!  Please pray for our church, our community and our country as we face this unprecedented time.   PLEASE keep Pastor Chip and his family in prayer!

Please reach out if you have any specific needs.