Do you know what time it is?

Do you know what time it is? IT'S PICNIC TIME AT WFBC! Here's the scoop. You don't have to sign up so just show up! The picnic is on our property this Sunday the 30th. It's an evening for every age and everybody. We start serving bbq chicken and sides at 5. Bring a chair or a blanket and a dessert to share. Come early and listen to our favorite bluegrass band, The Hog Mountain Boys. We will have inflatables for kids and adults who still have a little kid left in them. You've heard me say it before, "It's my favorite night of the year."

Thank you for your faithfulness and generosity to give over and above your regular offerings to the Going Challenge. Let's not let up!  As you give please pray for our teams working through decisions regarding design plans, construction cost, and timing on potential start dates. Several factors are having to be considered in those decisions that could have a fairly dramatic impact on cost such as tariffs, flooding in the Carolinas and January 1st price increases. Our Church Leadership Team is weighing those issues and praying through them this week. We need the Lord's wisdom so please join with us in prayer.

Looking at John 6 for Sunday I was reminded of the GOOD NEWS we have to celebrate and share with others. It's the heart of all we do and the thread that draws us together as a church family. Jesus said, "I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst...for this is the will of my Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day."

With a grateful heart

Pastor Carlos

P.S.

Mobile food kitchens and shower units have allowed Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers to provide more than 200,000 hot meals; 5,200 cases of water; 2,000 showers and 715 crisis buckets to residents in the Carolinas, many of whom are without power or clean water.  Our gifts annually to the North American Mission Board (NAMB) help make this possible. Manna One, an 18 wheeler food kitchen provided by NAMB is on site in the Carolinas and has the capacity to prepare and serve 30,000 meals a day!