During the COVID-19 crisis, we are meeting virtually each Sunday morning at the following address:
The Meeting Room will be open at 10 AM, so that folks can link in, and we expect to start our service at 10:15. You can join at any time, even after the service has begun. You can also join by phone, and choose to have your video on or off. Call (346) 248-7799, and enter this meeting ID: 908 892 239.
Here is a prayer for after Easter:
Father in Heaven, thank you for the blessing of Easter Sunday, and for the renewal of hope that it brings. As we go through this week, let the joy of Easter remain in our hearts, and give us strength for the facing of each challenge. Thank you that you have promised never to fail or forsake us, and help us to remember your promises during these trying days. You didn‚??t promise that no trials would come, but you did promise to sustain us in every trial, and we thank you that you are true to your word. Help us to trust in your words at all times, and to keep your words of hope and truth held strong in our hearts. Lift up our hearts with hope, and help us to find sources of joy in the living of every day. In Jesus name, Amen.‚?Ě
About Bluebonnet Hills:
This is a good place to come if you want to learn about a certain carpenter who walked through the Hill Country once upon a time. The carpenter's name was Jesus, and he lived in the Hill Country of the eastern Mediterranean during the days of the Roman Empire.
This carpenter said, and did, some of the most remarkable things that anyone had ever seen or heard of. His life is worth studying, his message is worth hearing, and his example is worth following.
We live and work in a different Hill Country today than where Jesus lived and worked, but the hills today are still the same as the hills were when he walked the Earth, and his words still have the same truth and power as when he first spoke them.
Anyone interested in learning more about Jesus is welcome to join us for singing, praying, and "conversating" on Sunday morning at 10 AM. Or, if you can't make it Sunday, send me an email with any questions you have, and I will get back with you.
May the Spirit of Grace bless you each day.
Landon T. Shultz, PhD, Minister