TDB Spring/Woodlands and North Houston Campuses
Every new season represents a change. Yet in the spectrum of white light, God reveals the unity we didn't see of all colors wrapped in one. Come experience a new life in Christ on Sunday, September 20th. It's "All White Sunday!" but each day of life is renewed and the slate is wiped clean for God the Author and Finisher of your faith to write the "His-story" for your story of life. We are wearing white to represent unity, purity and seasonal change. All things have a process of becoming new. Hope to see you here and please, always remember to INVITE.
Sat26Sep20156pm - 8 pm
Collins Park, 6727 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, Texas
This event is to supplement our Back to School kickoff with "Fun in the Park." During the months of August/September we will be soliciting prize give-a-way items for our children and community attendees. If you or your company would like to be a proud sponsor for bag stuffers and prizes, please let us know by contacting our executive office.
This is a free event with lots of food, snowcones, sporting games such as softball, basketball, and kickball, and community fellowship. Invite your family and friends, everyone is welcome to attend.
It’s time for our Annual “SucSeed” Time Service and Celebration, on October 18th at both of our services, you will have the opportunity to sow and invest into the life Christ has eternally promised.
“While the earth remains,
Seedtime and harvest,
Cold and heat,
Winter and summer,
And day and night
Shall not cease.”
We are now in the season when leaves literally fall and the earth sheds the old in preparation of the new. This is also the opportune time to plant or sow into every area of your life. You are encouraged to plant, sow, and invest in yourself and strengthen your faith by trusting God to act upon His Word which will not return to Him void. Be in prayer as to what you plan to plant/sow, as the day approaches; knowing that you will reap according. Since God sowed His best Seed, sow your best back to Him.
DON'T FORGET TO LET YOUR CLOCKS HANDS "FALL BACKWARDS!"
It's FALL and time to push our clocks BACK one hour before going to bed on Saturday evening. We'll see you at the Bread!