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Tell Me Something Good

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Bobby often uses the phrase "Tell me something good" in starting conversations with people.  Today he wants to tell YOU something good that's happening in his life.
 
On Friday, January 11, my darling daughter, Jenny, gave birth to triplet boys aka The Three Musketeers.  The Broaddus Boys are:
    Noble Mark - 3 lbs 1 oz, 15" long
    Fuller Clark - 2 lbs 15 oz, 14 3/4" long
    Roan Stark - 2 lbs 14 oz, 15" long
 
The boys are in the NICU and doing well.  They are off of oxygen and are making steady progress.  Jenny came home on Monday and will continue her recovery.  She is making trips to the NICU to "mother" the boys as best she can through the days of their development.
 
At this point I want to shout "God be Praised!"  He is so good and has blessed me and my family in ways that only He could.  I couldn't begin to list every blessing He's given, but here are a few:
* From my only child, Jackie and I now have 6 grandchildren!
* We have triplet grandsons! (not many can say that)
* We have three older granddaughters!
* My youngest granddaughter, Jewel (2), has learned to sing "Jesus Loves Me"!  Melts my heart every time.
 
Family is such a wonderful thing and is truly blessings on blessings from God.  As I'm writing this I just received a text from Jackie, "Oh Bobby!  Jenny is holding Roan and as she talks to him, he opens his eyes.  He knows his momma's voice."
 
My heart is so full!  Thank You, God!  Can you imagine the fun I'm going to have with these boys?!?!  Please continue to pray for us.  We appreciate you.
 
"All for One and One for All!"  I've got to hit to road to go help out!
Bobby
 
Tell someone what God is doing in and around YOU.  It might just be the start of God changing someone's life.......maybe yours!
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Praying for Texas Port Ministry

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Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.  And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ, for which I am in chains.  Colossians 4:2-3

Will you join in praying with us for Texas Port Ministry?

Thank you Lord for:  
The contacts we've made that have resulted in life change.
The ministry and evangelism opportunitiesavailable at Texas Port Ministry.
Russ & Ruth Farringer - Campers who will be staying with us for the next month.

Be watchful to pray for:
God's eyes to see the needs around us and the courage to respond to those needs.
God's provision for -
     Additional prayer support.
     Volunteers Missionaries - pray for the ones we have now and for others to join us in our efforts.
     Financial partners - businesses, churches, and individuals, especially those who will commit to giving on a regular basis.  No gift is ever too small.
Our volunteers and staff to aware of the doors that God opens for us to share His love with the people of the Freeport Harbor Community. 
Monday Meals - we are in need of churches/small groups to sign up to provide lunch each Monday.  Call Michelle at 979-233-5641 for details.
Bobby & Jackie Fuller - they are expecting additional grandchildren and are spending a lot of time traveling to be with their family.  
Your part in Texas Port Ministry - is God calling you to increase your level of participation?  Maybe He's calling you to pray more regularly, commit to giving financially, or volunteer your time.  We'd love to talk with you about the opportunities available.

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Making Disciples

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"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you."  Matthew 28:19-20  

Jesus was clear in his commands to share the gospel with the entire world.  So why are we not obeying his command?

Maybe its because we don't know where to go. 
Recent studies show that 75% of people living in Brazoria county do not have a personal relationship with Jesus.  I'm sure the statistics are very similiar wherever you live.  Go next door, or down the street.  Share Jesus' love with everyone you meet. 

Maybe its because we don't know what to say.
There are many different methods you can use to help you in sharing the gospel.  Whether you use a method you've learned, or just tell others about your personal experiences, speak from the heart.  People will listen when they know you truly care about them.

Maybe its because we're afraid of failure.
Billy Graham said, "Nowhere do the Scriptures tell us to seek results, nor do the Scriptures rebuke evangelists if the results are meager."  Jesus gives us the command to go, but the results are up to the Holy Spirit.

Graham also said, "Evangelism is not a calling reserved exclusively for the clergy. I believe one of the greatest priorities of the church today is to mobilize the laity to do the work of evangelism."  If you're interested in being more intentional about sharing the gospel and are looking for a place to plug in, consider joining us at Texas Port Ministry. The opportunities for ministry in the Freeport Harbor Community continue to increase, and we need additional volunteers.  We want to help you and your church to follow Jesus' command to make disciples of all nations.

"You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem (port workers) and in all Judea and Samaria (truck drivers), and to the end of the earth (seafarers)."  Acts 1:8  

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We are always in need of volunteers to help spread the good news!

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PHONE: 979-233-5641

Weekdays: 9am-10pm
Weekends: 5pm-10pm

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