Happy Thanksgiving

November 25, 2019

October was wild and crazy, but it was good as well. We continue to learn something new each week as we are settling into the rhythm of weekly Sunday worship. It took two years and surviving a global pandemic to get here, and it was worth the wait. God is so good!

Sadly, we had to withdraw from Deutschen Pfest in mid-October due to unforeseen circumstances. However, we have already booked for the event in 2022. There are many more community events this fall, and we will have the opportunity to work and serve at those. Our focus is to "be where the people are," and God always blesses our efforts with new connections.

There are a couple of things we need you to pray for:

1. At the beginning of October, Sarah was in an accident in Lubbock. She is good, praise the Lord! However, her car did not survive. We are shopping for a quality used car on a small budget. Please pray for the Lord's favor in our search.

2. Pray for all of the pieces to fall into place regarding the possibility of meeting in a new location beginning in January. It would mean substantial savings for us as we strive to be the best stewards of God's provisions. (I hope to be able to give you an update next month.)

As we approach the end of the year, we would ask you to prayerfully consider supporting CrossWalk-Pflugerville so that we may start 2022 strong. If you click the button above, "Give," you will find instructions on giving electronically or by check. Either way, 100% of your gifts are tax deductible. We thank you in advance for your consideration and support.

We hope you and your family have a very safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

For the love of Pflugerville,

Heath & Karen

Heath Anderson

Founding Pastor of CrossWalk-Pflugerville

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