Uh oh! by Shannon Moore
I’ve been thinking quite a bit about “uh-ohs” lately. Mistakes, mishaps, accidents, errors in judgment, embarrassing events, etc.
I’ve been trying to use my phone as a calendar. I put meetings in on a certain date & time, and set it to remind me about them. On two occasions in the past month, I’ve gotten phone calls from the people I was supposed to meet asking where I am. For some reason, my phone didn’t alert me about those appointments. Certainly, there MUST be something wrong with my phone, because it couldn’t possibly be that the error was my fault—could it?!
Another great trip to Ecuador… by Danny Couch
The People of Pusir in Northern Ecuador have come a LONG WAY in the five years we have been visiting them! Trust has been the greatest asset. It’s amazing what people can do when trust has been established and friendships begin.
LADIES OF CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH
—Young, old & in between—
are invited to attend this conference (14 tickets are available)
in Dallas on September 19—20
at American Airline Center.
Christine Caine will be the featured speaker, founder of A21 Campaign, an anti-human trafficking organization that fights slavery around the globe.
Please make your decision to be a part of this weekend by August 1 in order to make hotel reservations. Contact Sherry Wilson for more information or check at
Two attended Discovery Camp earlier this summer. They were Harper Walker & mom.
Emma Moorman just finished up her week at Niners Camp,
Avery Decker & friend will be a part of JYF II on June 30—July 4.
Conner Martin & Cameron Beagle will attend Eighter’s Camp with 5 adults from CCC working as Staff Members on July 6—12.
Garrett Benson, Will Durant, Miller Neal, Zack Norsworthy, & Presley Walker will attend Chi Rho II Camp on July 7—12.
Please remember campers & staff prayerfully in what is hoped a valuable, meaningful God centered camping experience!
3693 State Hwy 31E
Athens, TX 75752
"Uplifting" "Insightful" "Fun"
These are just a few of the words the kids gave in response to asking them what they "got" out of the mission trip. During the junior high mission trip down to Austin we served in many ways. We helped distribute food at a mobile food bank; learned about the complexities of poverty; prepared over 1,200lbs of food at the Capitol Area Food Bank; and assisted in a com-munity garden...to list just a few things. There were bonds created between us that would have never occurred without this opportunity to go off and serve God's people in Austin.