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NOVEMBER 9-23, 2014
OCC is the perfect holiday mission project for you, your family and your SMBS as it focuses on the true meaning of Christmas-Jesus Christ. OCC ministers to dozens of countries around the world by distributing shoeboxes filled with toys, personal hygiene items, and other small gifts that bring happiness to boys and girls who otherwise would not receive any presents. A small shoebox can teach a child about the love of God, lead him or her to faith in Christ, inspire pastors, and plant new churches. To be a part of changing lives through the power of a simple gift pick up your shoeboxes and a list of suggested items November 9-16, 2014 and return them November 16-23, 2014.
Visit the Operation Christmas Child website at SamaritansPurse.org/occ.
Wednesday Night LIVE
Cafe Doors Open
Worship and Bible Study meets in the HS Room
Wednesday Night LIVE
Cafe Doors Open
Worship and Bible Study meets in the MS Room
Training/Information/Planning Meeting Sunday, Sept. 14
12:00 noon, Room 120 D (Fellowship Hall)
Adopt A School Program - Mentor a Student from NRH Baptist Church on Vimeo.
Thousands of At-Risk Children in our nation desperately need someone just like you to invest in them. We can't reach all of them, but we can reach one ... or two ... or sometimes three ... with the love of God and with helpful support and friendship and guidance. We can cover them in prayer and seek to build a good relationship with their families, all because the love of God compels us to do so.
Thank you for your ministry!
Please plan to meet with me …
Sunday, Sept. 14, at noon in Fellowship Hall.
We'll have a meal for you and our purpose is to "re-charge" for this new school year. I want your ideas of ways we can better help these children, their families and the school personnel.
As you know, many additional volunteers are needed. Would you be busy sharing with others the blessings you have received from this ministry, and would you invite them to come and hear about it?
Here is an approximate schedule:
12 noon—12:45 Lunch
12:30 Review last year and share new ideas.
1:30 Dismiss our "old-timers" and train our new "recruits."
Please make a reservation or let me know if you cannot attend.
I am hoping for 100% attendance. This time together can improve everything we do with the children this year, so it is important. I thank God for you and your ministry. If I can support you in any way, please let me know. Barbara Christa
To make a reservation:
email@example.com - 817-284-9206, X109
Even if you have signed up before, you have to re-enlist with the school where you plan to be this year. You may do this before or after our meeting, online or by going to the school. The link for Volunteer Application is
You will be receiving a letter in the mail as a helpful reminder)
Are you parenting solo?
Military with absent spouse…
Grandparent raising children…
Spouse away on job frequently…
PARENTING SOLO CLASSSunday, in Room 200 at 10:45AM.
Class meets weekly and includes:
- Bible Study for Christian living
- Parenting Tips
- Emotional support within the group
Golf on a gorgeous fall day at a beautiful course for a great cause. What's not to like?
It is time for Cornerstone Assistance Network's annual Team Up for Hope Golf Tournament, and your participation is necessary for success! This year's tournament will be on October 13th at The Golf Club at Fossil Creek. Each team is asked to either raise $2,500, or provide names/addresses for us to send support letters on their behalf. Get all the details...
Friday, October 10
SAM 2nd Friday - State Fair Cooking Contest
Everyone bring a dish to share whether you enter the contest or not. Tea and water provided. Bring games to play after the contest.
OCTOBER 1 - DECEMBER 17, 2014
Join us as we pray for the missions ministries and missionaries of NRHBC and the nations. We will gather together every Wednesday evening from 5:45-6:30 PM in Room 202.
"And he was teaching them and saying to them, 'Is it not written, 'My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations'?" (Mark 11:17)
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if all of our services could worship together at one time? Do you ever wish our services would have an extended time of worship in song & prayer? Then you want to mark your calendar for NRHBC's first Night of Worship (NOW), at 6PM on September 21.
This evening will be led by our 9:15/10:45 Worship Choir and Instrumental Ensemble with the purpose of worshiping our God together as a church. We want to say that Jesus is the highest, most important name in the room that night and in our lives each day. We will be using songs we’ve sung in our worship services, so you can jump right in, lifting your voice to God. Bring your family, your Bible Study group, your friends, and experience God's presence together as a church.
Your special needs child is welcome at NRHBC!
Every person has the ability to experience God in a special way. Our trained volunteers are ready to love your child and help maximize his or her experience at church. We work closely with parents to create an individualized program for each child based on his or her developmental ability.
Shadowing: Some special needs kids just need a helping hand. Trained adult and teen buddies serve as “shadows” enabling kids to participate in typical classes and KID Worship to his or her maximum ability.
Before your first visit, contact us at 817.284.9206 so we can learn about your child's specific needs and be prepared to welcome you and your child to NRHBC.
Our Special Needs Ministry is open to all ages and ability levels. The self-contained class meets in room 123-124 each week at 9:15 and 10:45. Kids shadowed by a buddy meet in typical classrooms.
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