We will be holding revival services hear at Clear Lake in March, from Sunday, March 18th through Wednesday, March 21st. Our evangelist will be Bro. C.W. Blood from Searcy, Arkansas. He is originally from Oklahoma, and he has an intense burden for winning the lost to Jesus. The music minister will be Glenn Pool. … Read more »
Posts By: Bro. Michael
It’s a new year, and, thanks to the generosity of one of our members, Clear Lake Baptist Church has a new, high-tech sign. The upper part of the sign (which lights up in the night) proclaims our church’s name, and the lower part presents any sort of announcement or animation that we want to put… Read more »
CROSBY LANE is an acoustic folk music group from Nashville, Tennessee. They are a full-time ministry named after legendary hymn writer Fanny Crosby. Although they have some original songs, they specialize in presenting favorite hymns with fresh arrangements, and the stories behind the songs and their writers. Their songs have been featured on national Country… Read more »
Yes, we did have a wonderful barbecue dinner after morning services on May 28th… but it wasn’t really a Memorial Day celebration. It was a SURPRISE PARTY to celebrate Gail and Leon Wilson’s 56th wedding anniversary! Along with all the church members, the guests included the Wilson’s children (Bro. Michael and his sister Denine), their… Read more »
Please plan on staying after morning services on May 28th for our Memorial Day Barbecue Dinner. We’ll have pork barbecue sandwiches with all the trimmings… potato salad, beans, etc. Come for worship, and stay for a great time of food and fellowship.
Please pray for these people and situations: Kathy Adkins * Greg and Rene Alexander * Ashley Family Beck Avra * Philine Baker * Martha Best & Kids * Mabel Beltran Samantha Best (Crossno) * Betty Bogle * Jesse Boyd * Betty Brothers Johnny Buchanan * Matt Bugus * Gene Bunn & Family * Janie Bunn Charlie… Read more »
So… why do we need a blog? We’re just a little country church, and most of the members of our church don’t even use the Internet. So, what’s the point? Like so many other things, this tool might not be for us as much as it is for other people — the people we are… Read more »