Dates to Remember:

  • Feb. 27th- March 2nd 2011  — The Waterford Church of Christ will be having a meeting beginning Sunday night, Feb. 27, lasting through March 2, with visiting speaker, Robert Garrett.  The theme/topic is the “Oath of God”.
  • March 26, 2011 Ladies Inspiration Day @ Cramer & Hanover Church of Christ Lexington, Kentucky  “Enriching Your Daily Prayer Life.” Click  on Ladies Inspiration Day 2011 for Announcement  (PDF)

  • March 28-31, 2011 19th Annual Christian Crusade for Christ Sponsored by:  Oak Grove Church of Christ Independence, Louisiana. Theme:  “Know the  Enemy” (Schedule)

  • July 25-28, 2011 64th Annual KY/IN Christian Fellowship Week

  • July 26, 2011 (Tuesday) Kentuckiana Bible College Booster Dinner @ Sellersburg Church of Christ Christian Center

“Senior Citizen’s Week @ Woodland Bible Camp: “Start Your Engines” and mark your calendars for September 12-16, 2010. Directors: J.R. & Pie Satterfield; Bennie & Adele Hill. Program, theme, speakers, etc. will be coming out in near future. Join us at Woodland Bible Camp for many “senior moments.”

Word & Work Online is a good way to advertise your meetings or other interesting news from your church.

  • Report On Bob Morrow: (January 23, 2011) —  Just wanted to let everyone know that Bob Morrow has been in the hospital several times in the past month.  He was in Lafayette Heart Center, Rapides General In Alexandria, Oakdale Community Hospital, then in the nursing home in Oberlin, LA with his wife.  He was put in the nursing home to regulate his blood pressure meds.  He went home Friday.  Please keep him and JoAnna in your prayers.  You may reach him at 318-215-1297 (Home).   He asked that I send this out to let everyone know that he hasn’t been able to do much mission work, but hope to be back soon.   In His Service!   Charles L. Seal – Cypress Creek Church of Christ

  • Church of Christ Worldwide (Lexington, Kentucky) The newest addition (corrected copy) of the Prayer / Praise Booklets have been mailed out and only a few have indicated they have been received.    If for reason your church has not received several copies, please contact me: Bennie Hill P.O. Box 54842 Lexington, KY 40555 (859) 269-1312 or email me at We would like to see every supporting congregation receive copies of the “corrected” Prayer / Praise Booklet.

  • MOVING Portland Christian School’s East campus will soon be moving from the Taylorsville Rd. campus to the Westport Rd. property.  For the coming school year, 2011-2012, the high school at 2500 Portland Ave. will also move to the Westport campus.  An elementary school, offering grades K-8 will remain at the downtown campus.  PCS has reached an agreement with the Arch Dioceses to lease the property for two years or until we have the means to purchase the property.

  • Re:  Suffering & Sorrow! Paul Billheimer in his book, Don’t Waste Your Sorrows, quotes:   “Someday, God is going to reveal the fact to every Christian, that the very principles they now rebel against, have been the instruments He used in perfecting their characters and molding them into perfection, polished stones for His great building.”

Tell City Church of Christ — 1206 10th Street, Tell City, IN 47586  (812) 547-6778  Web Site: Minister Opening Opportunity –  Tell City church of Christ has an open opportunity for a minister of the gospel to come work with us. We are located in southern Indiana, and situated in a community of some 9,000 residents.  Our congregation is an a cappella group, that holds to the New Testament church as the example we strive to follow. Our congregation has a membership of about 65 members and is served by three elders and three deacons. We share in a brotherhood of sister congregations spread throughout Indiana, Kentucky ending in Louisiana.   This opportunity is unique in that the successful candidate will be able to experience all aspects of the ministry – preaching, teaching, visitation, and pastoral care and be able to grow talents in those areas.

Our congregation supports: local and foreign missions, participates in camp work, benevolent works (both local and distant), VBS, annual meetings and revivals

Our congregation studies and follows the whole Bible, and primarily follows the pre-millennial view on end times theology.  This position has potential to be Full or Part time, even with a possibility of a present “student” being considered for an internship, or as a co-op.

Fringe benefits to be discussed with prospective candidates as appropriate.



Mae Broaddus % Maple Manor Christian Home  643 W. Utica St.  Sellersburg, IN 47172

Mae Broaddus continues to reside at Maple Manor Christian Home in Sellersburg, Indiana.  She keeps busy by taking part in the daily Bible studies and other activities at the home. She also looks forward to visits by her family and friends.

This year Mae was able to attend part of the Kentucky-Indiana fellowship.  It was refreshing to her to see and fellowship with many of her Christian friends.  Mae continues to be thankful for her good health. She continues to have a heart for missions and joins with each of us who pray for them daily.

Sis. Ruth Hartle 10 Welverdiend Flats, Rouwkoop Rd.  Rondebosch 7700 Capetown, R.S.A.

Sis. Ruth Hartle has a strong faith, similar to that of her father (Thomas) who became a fulltime evangelist at age 55.  He gave up his secular job to go to fulltime in the work of the Lord. Ruth, along with others tries to generate funds through things like bake sales, etc. to help underprivileged children in the area.

Items of Praise

1. Appreciate the kindness of Christians who think of me.  Regular giving continues to encourage our hearts.

2. Gifts that allow me to care for my 78 year old sister         Margaret who lives in an old age home.  I am able to visit her every two weeks.

Items for Prayer

1. Health of Raymond and Jean, my brother and sister-in-law

2. New Christians that they remain faithful

3. Country of South Africa.  For families that lack food, clothing, and shelter.

4. Souls to be added to the kingdom.