Womens Prayer Breakfast

Monday, August 19th, 8:30 AM
Family Life Center
 
All women are invited for a special time of fellowship and for prayer for the children, teachers, and schools of Kerr County on their first days of the new school year. Breakfast will be provided free of charge and dress is casual. Bring your devices with your first day of school pictures for bragging at the table.
 
As you plan taking your children to their first day of the new school year add stopping in for breakfast. We will conclude by 9:30 AM. Registration for the event is not required, but you may let us know you are coming by contacting Gina or visiting the event posting on Facebook.
 


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Imagine Life Without Debt

Sundays, 9/8 – 11/10
5:00 PM (60 Minutes)
 
Spoiler alert: The Joneses are broke. That means keeping up with them will only get you into MORE debt! It’s time to run fast and hard in the other direction, and Financial Peace University will show you how. Join us for our next group. Feel free to message Clint with any questions or sign up at https://fpu.com/1090395!
 
*Preview Dates*
Come see what it is all about before you sign up.
Tues., August 20 &
Sunday, August 25
5:00 PM (20 minutes)
 
 

 
 

 

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Grief Share

TrinityU Sunday Evenings
5:00 – 6:15 PM
Sep 8 – Dec 8
 
Sharron Hawk & Frank Brooksher lead this Biblical, Christ-centered support group to bring help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend. GriefShare provides a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences, the loss of a loved one. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Each session is self-contained so that you do not have to attend in sequence. 13-weeks, $15 workbook. Register at https://www.griefshare.org/groups/110405
 


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Christology: The Person of Christ Historically & Theologically

TrinityU Sunday Evenings
5:00 – 6:15 PM
Sep 8 – Oct 13
 
Christology is the study of the nature and work of Jesus Christ. This session focuses on both
 
a.) how the earliest Christians thought about Christ and
 
b.) Christ’s role in the Trinity.
 
It begins with the foundations of early Christology and finishes with discussion of how several Christological themes appear today. Emphasis will be placed on the development of doctrine and the practical implication of such thinking for the church. The readings for discussion (including selections from Dietrich Bonhoeffer) require diligence, but are not overly academic. 6-weeks, reading material provided. Help us plan for needed materials by calling Gina at 830-895-0100

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