Shepherds’ Notes

If you were able to attend the singing Friday night, it was certainly an uplifting evening of praise to God and encouragement to one another!  Thank you to Bill Cooper and Matt Lanius and all the others who made the night a huge success.  If you were not able to attend this year, please be making plans to attend next year.

As the year starts to come to a close with holidays looming right around the corner, let us all be thankful for the goodness of God, whether the times are good or not so good. 

Paul, while imprisoned under house arrest, wrote these words to the Philippians in 4:11, “…for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content.”  Two verses later, he adds, “I can do all things through him who strengthens me.”

We all experience mountain tops where we are on the top of the world.  We also experience deep valleys where everything seems to be going against us.  In addition to turning directly to God for comfort, He has also provided us with a church family.  Assembling and worshiping with brothers and sisters will always benefit us.

Also, with the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approaching, most of our college students will be coming home for a visit.  It will be good to have them back in worship with us.

We have had several individuals and families become part of the Walter Hill church family lately.  The elders are appreciative of their desire to work and worship with us.  As you have the opportunity, be sure to welcome them.

Each week, we have several visitors come through our doors to worship with us.  If you are visiting with us, thank you for coming.  You are welcomed to be with us at any time.