Thousand Hills Baptist Association
Sunday, January 19, 2020

WMU

 

Our Mission

...is to inform and inspire Christians to influence their world for Christ.
 

2018-2019 Watchword

"My dear friends, stand firm and don't be shaken. 
Always keep busy working for the Lord. 
You know that everything you do for him is worthwhile.
1 Corinthians 15:58 (CEV)
 

Missouri WMU Missions Celebration and 2020 Annual Meeting
Friday, April 3-Saturday, April 4
First Baptist Church, St. Charles, MO (2701 Muegge Road)                     

 
Join in an Unshakable Pursuit to know God more, show His love unconditionally, and make disciples who make disciples.
 
Main Speaker: Sandy Widson-Martin, National WMU Executive Director
Event includes missionary speakers, breakout sessions, ministry projects, WMU age level training, Missouri WMU book store, Madge Truex Fund Offering, and gift basket silent auction. 
 

WMU West has merged with WMU South to form an Associational WMU. 

 
Director:  Denice Dalrymple and her husband Pastor Scott of Bevier retired at the end of 2019.  
                Denice will be sorely missed.  She brought new life to our WMU.
Phone:  
Meets 3 times a year--2nd Tuesday of April, July and October
 
Last meeting:  La Plata FBC, Tuesday, October 8, 7 pm
Speaker: Susan Klein, Executive Director of Missouri's Right to Life Organization.
Topic:  Legislation impacting Pregnancy Centers, what battles in the legislature are occurring at this time, and how we can help.  
The church is located at 220 N. Owensby in La Plata.  
 

Association Churches Urged to Give Used Literature to Love Packages

Love Packages is a ministry in Butler, IL which collects Christian literature and ships it to English-speaking countries around the world.  In 2018 they shipped 1,592 tons (3,184,000 pounds) of literature to countries like the Philippines, South Africa, and Ghana.  It is estimated that every piece of literature on the mission field will have an average of 20 reads.  We can help by collecting our used Sunday School literature, magazines, books (non-fiction), Bibles, tracts, devotionals, etc.  Giving Hope Ministries in Kirksville will come to your church and collect the materials that you collect.  Call 660-216-4183 for pickup.  This won't cost you anything and is a great way to recycle materials for the Kingdom!  You can learn more about Love Packages at https://lovepackages.org/  

  

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Providing shoes for kids in school.