Thursday, May 28, 2009

Graduates Recognition

We were blessed to have Dr. H. E. Cardin to address our High School & College Graduates.  Thanks to Dr. Cardin for his words of wisdom.

Dr. Cardin

Bro. Randy introducing each of our graduates

Brett Jones, LeNee DeMotte, Kyndall Reynolds, Dustin Reister, Kristine Cates & Nick Barrage
Rick Rogers (photo unavailable)

We will miss you . . .

Bro. Joey recognized Johnny & Evelyn Hopkins for their years of ministry at Hopewell Road. Bro. Johnny was presented with a plaque in appreciation for his dedication and service to the church. Bro. Joey presented Sis. Evelyn with a piece of framed art depicting a missionaries heart. Sis. Evelyn truly has a heart for missions. Bro. Johnny feels the call of God leading him in a different path at this time. They have served this church and been a part of this family for over 43 years.

Bro. Joey presenting Bro. Johnny with an Appreciation Plaque

Sis. Evelyn receiving her picture

We love you Bro. & Sis. Hopkins and we will miss you

Friday, May 22, 2009

Ladies Retreat

Hopewell Road was represented at the 2009 Ladies Retreat at Camp Boothe.  Below are some pictures from Friday Night.

Shelba Farr, Isabele Mojica, Becky Mojica

Sheila Cates and two ladies from the Short Creek Church

Cathi Jones & Christa Mojica

Katherine Dudley & Evelyn Hopkins

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Wednesday Night "Hour of Power"

Jeremiah 33:3 "Call to me and I will answer you and show you great and mighty things you do not know."

Wednesday night’s “Hour of Power” has been such a blessing to me. I look forward to the prayer class with Sis. Becky. God is breaking our hearts for what breaks His. In the past few weeks we’ve been inspired by the DVD on prayer with Pastor Jim Cymbala, encouraged by awesome testimonies, and moved by God’s living Word. In this class, we are learning about obedience in prayer, intercessory prayer, praying God’s Word, and having relationship with God through prayer. It is powerful! God wants to be mighty in our lives, our families, and in our church. There is nothing too hard for God. He’s still working and perfecting that which concerns us. (Ps. 138:8)