Thank You, Pastor Jim!

God has more than blessed us with Pastor Jim Henry, hasn’t He? It has been a joy to have both he and Kathy with us over the last five months. Because of other commitments, Sunday, June 20 will be Pastor Jim’s last Sunday with us… for now. We are planning for him to come back and preach, sometime down the road, so we can tell him how much we love and appreciate him. Thank you, Pastor Jim!


Destination Dig

Vacation Bible School is just a little over a week away, June 21-25. Join me in prayer that God will use this week to touch the hearts of many children, and that many will be saved. You can still join the team of teachers and leaders for this year’s VBS. Just call the church office or email sherry.huffman@fbcbrandon.org. Due to COVID safety protocols are being put in place and enrollment has been limited. The classes for 2nd and 3rd grade are now full, and 4th grade is close. But it’s not too late to enroll your children. Look for the VBS link at fbcbrandon.org.


R3 Debt Retirement

Our debt retirement campaign continues to be successful. You have now given over $200,000, in just four months, to reduce the principal of our church debt! Amazing! Every dollar given also lowers the amount of interest we will pay to complete our loan. Thank you for giving, and continuing to give. And it’s not too late to get involved, if you haven’t already. Just mark your gift for R3 Debt Retirement.


The God You May Not Know

Our new Wednesday night Bible Study, The God You May Not Know, will meet next on Wednesday, July 7 in the Chapel (D114) at 6:00 pm. I hope you’ll join me for this challenging study.


Something to Think About

Corrie Ten Boom once said, “When a train goes through a tunnel and it gets dark, you don't throw away the ticket and jump off. You sit still and trust the engineer.” We all go through tunnels, don’t we? Life can easily take a turn we’re not expecting, and hope seems lost. But just because we can’t see what’s ahead, doesn’t mean that Jesus can’t. He sees it all, and He knows exactly where we need to go.


So, when life goes dark, and you can’t see what’s ahead, remember, you have an engineer you can trust. You really can trust Him. Need some encouragement today? Try Isaiah 41:10.


See you Sunday!

David