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Kids Hope USA

This year our church family will be venturing into a ministry with the family of Bose Ikard Elementary School in the form of a mentoring program through Kids Hope USA.   The Volunteer Mentors will provide one-to-one mentoring and affirmation for one elementary-aged child at Bose Ikard Elementary. You may be asking, “Why Bose Ikard Elementary School?” Bose Ikard happens to be the only Elementary School in WISD that does not have a Kids Hope USA partner for their at-risk kids. Mentors will spend one hour each week for the school year with one child. This is going to be a great ministry where we can be the hands and feet of Jesus for children in our community who need an adult to believe in them, be faithful, listen to them, and be sensitive to their needs. For more information contact Beth Potter at 817-613-7775.

Be Brave

by Molly Goodrich

One time in Sunday School when I had big teeth and large pink glasses (probably 4th grade), I remember being embarrassed when I finally asked, “which one was born in a manger?” It was a very long time before I realized the difference between God and Jesus.  Maybe that was meant to be when it comes to the whole Trinity thing and all, but I didn’t get embarrassed until after I asked the question.  That’s when my “friends” started laughing.  They had it all figured out already.

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To Endure Much

My favorite place to browse is a bookcase crammed with Texana. A close second is a rack filled with Leanin’ Tree western greeting cards. I’m always searching for cards, whether serious or humorous, that match a good picture on the cover with an appropriate word on the inside.

One of my favorite cards features a painting by Gordon Snidow of a "tuckered-out" young cowboy squatting on the ground beside his saddle as a cold rain begins to fall. He looks almost too tired to put on his yellow slicker. On the inside of the card is a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: "The art of life is to know how to enjoy a little and to endure much." I’ve sent that card to others several times and often pondered its message for myself.

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Hey CCC

Hey CCC,

It’s that time of year again!  The heat will (sooner or later) begin to go away.  Football is already well into the season.  AND, the pumpkins are going to be here!  I would like to thank all of you who have helped out over the many years, and those of you who are helping this year…we could not do this fundraiser without your selflessness.  Thank you.

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To Endure Much

by John Paul Carter

My favorite place to browse is a bookcase crammed with Texana. A close second is a rack filled with Leanin’ Tree western greeting cards. I’m always searching for cards, whether serious or humorous, that match a good picture on the cover with an appropriate word on the inside.

One of my favorite cards features a painting by Gordon Snidow of a "tuckered-out" young cowboy squatting on the ground beside his saddle as a cold rain begins to fall. He looks almost too tired to put on his yellow slicker. On the inside of the card is a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: "The art of life is to know how to enjoy a little and to endure much." I’ve sent that card to others several times and often pondered its message for myself.

Read more: To Endure Much

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