By Faye Gaston
Tracy Larkins, Director of the Bullock Region Division of Human Resources (DHR), was an unique welcomed guest to the conference of the Women on Goal (WOM) of First Baptist Church on April 12, 2021.
WOM participant, Vicky Hall, presented “Hoping Hands” stitched pillows she made to Tracy. WOM furnished the products. As participants and also Tracy collected around the cushions, Gail Barr, WOM head of state, hoped over the pillows that would certainly go into the residences of foster youngsters in Bullock Area who are funded by DHR.
Tracy spoke about ongoing solutions of DHR, especially to foster kids. The cushions were a Goal Activity project of WOM for March that are symbols of caring about the foster youngsters and reveal admiration to the personnel of DHR for every one of their solutions to Bullock County.The April mission action job is to continue to conserve change/coins in canteen as a cumulative donation for water filters for Southern Baptist promoters that offer in locations where the water is not safe.A “Relay permanently Garage Sale”, funded by the First Baptist Church, is scheduled to be kept in the church driveway on Friday, April 30, 2021, at 8:00 a.m. The funds made from this will go toward the research and therapy of cancer.The choice was
made to re-open the church clothes room on Thursday, May 6, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
. A report was given on cards sent by mail from WOM to the ill and also bereaved, and also names provided for cards in April.The emphasis of
both research studies presented from Goal Mosaic publication was” to be excellent stewards of our time. “Cookie Tullos presented each with a notebook and pen to use while examining the Scriptures publication of Ephesians from directions in the magazine.The application of this research is to “use time daily”in hoping as well as reviewing the Bible. It was suggested to review a phase from the Holy bible publication of Proverbs every day and also “to delegate your time to the Lord. “Barbara Cope educated the Missionary/Prayer focus in providing the service of
a Southern Baptist medical missionary in Ghana of West Africa. She offered each member a tube of “Vaseline lip treatment for innovative healing. “She drew things from a bag to utilize as visual aids as she spoke. The second component of the
study was to teach the short article about” A Sacrifice of Time” in praying without ceasing. This had to do with prayer in your war zone for the souls of men and women. Reading lots of verses from Scriptures scripture, she said, “Petition puts us on the cutting edge of the kingdom fight. “Names of missionaries with April 12 birthday celebrations were read, and petition was provided for them.Present were members Gail Barr, Barbara Cope, Mona Crawford, Fay Duncan, Faye Gaston, Vicky Hall, Betty Story, Cookie Tullos, as well as special visitor Tracy Larkins. No beverages were served. Masks were put on as well as seating enabled the proper range in between people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Resource