May 31
May 31, 2019, 3:00 PM



Breakfast & Conversation • Saturday, June 1


Breakfast @ 8:30

Conversation @ 9:00

Join us as we discuss "Where FCC is headed"

All are welcome, bring your thoughts and ideas!


JUNE Anniversaries & Birthdays


Rick & Darcy Hardy • June 02

Bill & Brenda Damron • June 08

Sandra & Tim Ellison • June 08

David & Honey Cuellar • June 09

Cari & Dale Fowler • June 12

Tony & Kerry Rash • June 24



Karin McArdle • June 2

Neil Pacheco • June 3

Tory Carpenter • June 6

Alma Monk • June 8

Tom Richey • June 8

Kristi Hardy • June 9

Jackson Hermon • June 9

Honey Cuellar • June 10

Charles Blankenship • June 11

Mitchell Howard • June12

Sharon Harris • June 13

Mac Howard • June 14

Don Harmon • June 15

David Warren • June 15

Major Howard • June 17

David Gaylord • June 23

John McArdle • June 23

Paula Ayers • June 27

Amy Bawcom moved to San Marcos last July as the Vice President of Development at San Marcos Academy. She was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated summa cum laude from Paschal High School. She graduated with a BS in Business Administration and a second BS in English magna cum laude with secondary school teacher certification from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. She completed a Master of Arts in English Language and Literature at Baylor and spent a summer teaching English at a junior college in Japan. She began her career as a Lecturer in English at her alma mater UMHB, also serving there in various roles, such as Registrar and Director of Institutional Research. During this time, she returned to Baylor for some post-master’s work in Educational Administration. After this, Amy worked in development at Scott and White Healthcare as the Director of Foundation Relations and a Gifts Officer for McLane Children’s Hospital. As she began her doctoral work

in Educational Administration at UMHB, she joined the staff of Central Texas College as Director of Institutional Effectiveness and later as the Director of College Development at CTC and the Executive Director of CTC’s Foundation. She served

on the Board of Directors for the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, as the

Vice-Chair of the Nonprofit Council, on the Vision XXI Leadership Harker Heights Steering Committee, and on the Board of Directors for Texas Association of Community College Foundations. Amy has served as the President of the Board

for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas and as a board member for the Robert S. Love Foundation and the Central Texas Advocates for Parkinson’s. She is proud to be a founding member of the Belton Young Professionals group. Amy is an only child, but her family, her Christian faith, and Rotary are all very important in

her life. Her hobbies are reading, movies, and travel.


Upcoming Speakers


June 9 - Matthew Dowd

political consultant, author, ABC News political analyst


June 16 - Taylor Goodman

college student


June 23 - Unconfirmed


June 30 - Dr. Rich Earl

Professor of Geology, Texas State University


July 7 - Shawn Colson

Director of Youth Ministries, FCC


July 14 - Dr. Prince Altom

Associate Pastor, FCC


•••• Help With Lazarus Bags ••••

Our Kids are creating “Lazarus” bags to distribute to the

homeless and others in need. You can help by bringing items

on the list and placing them in the wagon provided in the Narthex.

Kids will assemble the bags that will include a card from each child.

The bags will be given out to our members to have in their car

to hand out as they are needed.


Please bring Small Sizes of these items

Bottle of water


Food Items such as

Protein bar w/o nuts or peanut butter

Cheese crackers or plain

Individual bags of chips


Comb or brush

Soap or liquid body soap




Gallon Ziploc bags

Items MOST needed in RED


VBS Meeting

After church on June 9


are wonderful opportunities to prioritize our youth.


Show them your support:

Mission trip needs: Water, Gatorade, fruit chews, peanut butter crackers, variety packs of chips (the ones that have a bunch of small bags inside), nuts, chex mix, beef jerky, cookie variety packs, skittles/starburst packs (no chocolate as it melts). Please mark for the mission trip and deliver to the church kitchen by June 19.


Mission trip participants: Shawn Colson is taking 8 students and we would like to provide each one 3 cards/letters: one upon arrival: about what we

hope for them for the trip, one midweek: about being exhausted and maybe not feeling like continuing but to push through remembering all the good they are doing; one end of trip: how we hope they can take this experience home and figure out ways to help their community and blessing for their hard work. Deliver to the church by June 19 and Shawn will distribute them during the week. If you want to write cards please contact Gael Thompson for a

student’s name.


Camp participants: Adopt a Camper! Using a small flat rate mail box, fill with snacks, items for the pool, card games, word puzzle books, etc. to use at free time. Also include a card expressing what you hope for them for the week and blessing for how it can shape their lives. We have 9 students attending 4 different camps. If you will “adopt” one of these students, contact Gael for a specific student.

Finally, and most importantly . . . Please pray for their relationship with Jesus to grow, safety, vital friendships, ways to put what they learn into action at home, for us and their families to nurture that growth, and whatever God lays on your heart as in silent listening you hold this student in your heart.


CYF Camp - June 9-15.

Eighters Camp - June 16-22.

JYF Camp - June 25-29.

The Disciples mission trip to Springfield, MO - June 23-29.

Chi Rho Camp - July 7-13.


Contact Gael Thompson in person at church,

cell: 832-858-0932, email:


to Rustyn Colson, son of Shawn Colson

on his graduation from Navarro High School.


Christian Church of the Southwest

Summer Camp Dates