Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
Goal is $8,000
Offering will be taken Sunday, December 5
Wednesday Night December 8
Mission Study & Meal
Thai Meal - 5 - 6:30 pm
Thailand Mission Study - 6:45 pm
Lottie Moon’s plain tea cake recipe From the Web site for Woman’s Missionary Union (www.wmu.com):
As a way to earn the trust of the people and show her goodwill, Lottie Moon made tea cakes for the children in her village in China. Once the children ate the cookies, they would take Lottie to their homes where she would share the gospel with their mothers. The children began calling Lottie “the cookie lady” instead of “foreign devil.”
Plain Tea Cake
Cream the butter and sugar. Add the egg and mix well. Add the flour and cream. Dust a board with flour. Roll the dough very thin. Cut cookies with a round cookie cutter. Place on a buttered or nonstick cookie sheet. Bake at 475 degrees for about 5 minutes.
2010 International Week of Prayer is
Sunday, November 28 through
Sunday, December 5
2010 Focus: Thailand
May the peoples praise You, O God; may all the peoples praise you (Psalm 67:3, NIV).