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Our Current Newsletter

Howdy Pardners,

Good morning friends! I hope that you're all doing well and enjoying God's blessings today. A good friend of mine used to always remind us "God is good all the time, and all the time God is good."

The ongoing events and conflicts in the middle east are on the news and on people's minds as well. In Psalm 122 we're told to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. That seems like a tall order currently, but we serve a great God.

In Galatians 6:2 we're instructed "Carry each other's burdens and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ."

At times, we can feel so burdened ourselves that we can't even see the burdens of others. But Jesus reminds me that if we are to be like him, we will be a burden carrier. He became one of us to lift our heaviest burdens from our shoulders. The Lord died to free us from the weight of sin, death, and hell from our shoulders. Jesus has blessed us by carrying our heaviest burdens so that we might lighten the load of those around us.

Upcoming Events:

We've been talking a lot about Operation Christmas Child and Samaritan's Purse. Well the time is now for preparing and getting those boxes together! These tangible expressions of God’s love impact children in need, in over 170 countries around the world!

The Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Packing Party for the youth has had a change in scheduling. It is now planned for October 26th at 6pm during youth group. There will be another opportunity to be involved after church on October 29th. This will give additional opportunities for our youth to be involved.

The church's collection date for Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes will be Sunday, November 5th. Please be sure to tag your gift for the age & gender of the child it is for.

It's hard to believe but November is almost here, and with it comes our monthly fellowship meals. These will be the evening of Thursday November 2nd, followed by Sunday November 5th.

Saturday November 11th we will be hosting a "Cowboy Church Fall Festival Craft and Bake Sale" here at the church. We have tables available. If you would like to participate and show your crafty side please contact Point Riders Sandy Bemboom or Carolyn Cunningham.

Sunday November 18th will be our next edition of the Heavenly Hounds dog training. This will be right after worship and is being led by Cindy Green and Dona Fox.

Fun Fact: Horses don’t require much sleep. An average nap for a horse is around 15 minutes! While young goals may sleep up to 12 hours each day, older horses only require around 3 hours of sleep in 24 hours.

For those who wish to send your tithes and offerings by mail, the address is: Gateway Cowboy Church, PO Box 45, Clark, Missouri 65243

Thank you very much to all of you who give at the Cowboy Church by placing your offering in our Offering Boot at the church, or that faithfully send your offering through the mail!

May the Good Lord Keep Your Trails Clear of Every Danger, and May all of them be Happy Trails for You and Your Families!

God Bless and Happy Trails!

Pastor Brook