Jun 25, 2020

Celebrating a new start

Eh Tha Boe’s Story

We’re excited to celebrate a graduation that no doubt holds special significance for Winkler student Eh Tha Boe. Unlike many of his classmates, Eh Tha Boe grew up in a refugee camp in Thailand with his parents and four brothers. His family was one of many that escaped the military’s ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. He lived in the camp from age two to 15 and explains they had very few freedoms and no money.

congratulations to all our wmbc grads

A big congratulations to all of our grads! You did it, what a great accomplishment! We are cheering you on as you look ahead to what’s next and believe that God will continue to lead and guide you every step of the way. Way to go, we’re so proud of you!

A Father’s Day to Remember

GO Missionary Update by Brian Krahn from Ancla de Amor

Over the years Clarissa and I have received countless children into our home. It has been a journey that has never been an easy one. It is not hard to receive a child that needs help, but it is certainly hard to learn about their life and the events the have brought them to us. We agonize about it, as I know all of you would as well if you only knew the half of it.

We received a 9 year old boy in January that certainly had an uphill battle before him. He was diagnosed as hyper active, and living in an orphanage in norther Sonora. His parents lost custody of him and his brother. A family ended up adopting his brother but he remained at the orphanage.

this sunday

50,000 Stories of God’s Love

Are we heading into a new normal for the church or has the past few months just been a temporary detour? What you have missed about church in this past season of no gatherings and what new opportunities have you seized? Pastor Terry will highlight the lessons we’ve been learning as a church family through the COVID season, and the incredible opportunities that lie ahead for us as we lead people to passionately love and follow Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. We have a dream to see people’s perception of the church changed, one story at a time, so they can discover new life with Jesus!

live stream beginning june 28

For the summer we are moving to a single live stream service at 10:00 am This will include live real-time chat, opportunity to request and receive one-on-one prayer, and discuss the message. No matter where you are this summer you can stay connected on any computer, tablet, or mobile device.

sanitization volunteers

While we are currently unable to meet on Sunday mornings we know that day is coming. In anticipation of this we have begun preparing to welcome you back. We are looking for volunteers willing to help clean and sanitize as part of this preparation. If you are interesting in helping out please contact Colleen.

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