[link=”http://www.gracepresbytery.org/index.php?t=3&album_id=48″][i]Click here or below for more pictures and information from the meeting:[/i] [center] [img] src=images/upload/2011browsealbum.jpg align=center [/img] [/center] [/link]

 

Among many of the Texas counties having experienced the surge of wildfires in recent days, Upshur is high on the list. “We just keep our eyes to the sky from day to day, and as a community, we are taking steps to be ready when folks need help,” commented Thomas Truitt, Camp Manager. Gilmont has […]

 

With high winds and extreme drought conditions, wildfires have been a threat all year in Texas. After fires earlier this spring, fires are currently burning across the state again. The most damaging fire last week has occurred in Bastrop County, particularly near the towns of Smithville and Bastrop. This fire has destroyed over 1600 homes […]

 

The following is the General Presbyter’s Report delivered by The Rev. Dr. Jan DeVries at the September Stated Presbytery meeting at First Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth. Scripture: Exodus 16:1-8, 35-36; 17:2-3, 5-7 Despite the best efforts of Grace Presbytery’s search committee which called me to this position, despite two visits with the committee a […]

 

The following is the sermon delivered by The Rev. Karl Travis at the September Stated Presbytery meeting at First Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth. Grumble, Grimace, Groan, and Grace Exodus 17:1­7, 18.13­27 Not long after I was ordained an experienced pastor offered me a shocking analogy. Church members, he said, are like sled dogs. The […]

 

By Rev. Brad Dardaganian First Presbyterian Church in Bonham, Texas had a problem. Not a bad problem. Just a problem to be solved. The church owned a lot on which a house once sat, but now stood vacant. Many ideas had been floated for the use of this property. Finally, though, creating a space for […]