Pursuing God's Purpose and Promises For Women
'Tis the season to be THANKFUL! We have so much to be thankful for in America. We are blessed beyond measure compared to other countries. What in your personal life are you most thankful for this year? Take time to tell the Father thank you for all His blessings.

If at any time you need prayer, please contact Promise Helpers by clicking the "Prayer" button below or visiting our website. We have mighty Prayer Warriors ready to stand in the gap on your behalf.

Overview for our November newsletter:

  • Article, "Thankful for Our GOOD Father"
  • Wrap-up of Pursuit 10.19: Slaying Your Giants
  • Video "I Will Fight" Declaration by Steven Furtick
  • The Promise Center's News
  • What's Happening in Your Area?
  • Our Contact Information
Thankful for Our GOOD Father
by Karla Maxwell

Our Heavenly Father is such a GOOD father. He is patient, loves us unconditionally; He wants the best for us and constantly blesses us even when we do not realize it. He is FULL of goodness, mercy, grace, unfailing love, and He considers us 100% righteous through the blood of Jesus.

I am so THANKFUL the Lord loves each of us with His steadfast, unfailing love and doesn't take a "grade average" based on our obedience and disobedience. Oh, could you imagine how that average would be in constant fluctuating motion? Every thought we have, every word we say, would be in that average. If the Lord did have a grading system and presented us with our final grade on the Day of Judgment, it is sad to say the majority of His children would have a failing grade or close to it. Thank you, Lord, for your tender mercies and abounding grace! Thank you for sending your Holy Son as a sacrifice for us so we are made 100% righteous and will one day be in Your presence. Thank you, Jesus, for taking our place in death so that through You, we have eternal life. Thank you, Holy Spirit, for being our Intercessor, taking care of all the details and making the burdens of this world light. You fight our battles yet give us the victory.

The Lord IS very forgiving, but as His children, He will judge us for our work and willingness to accomplish the assignments He gave us. I know I haven't done everything He has asked me to do in my lifetime, and it saddens me, but each day is a new day to try again. There is definitely no grade average for doing the Lord's work; either we do what He asks, or we do not. There is no grace. If we do not take an assignment from the Lord, He will give it to someone else, and we will miss His blessings. Our work will go through a fire at judgement. The assigned jobs that we put our heart into will come out as refined rewards, while any work accomplished but not assigned, or work done with a wrong attitude will be burned up.

I encourage you to work hard to please our Good Father. Remember you are 100% righteous, but also yearn to please Him by obeying Him and accomplishing the work He has before you. There is no greater joy and reward than knowing that because of you, His Kingdom was expanded. To God be the Glory!
Oh my goodness! Our fall retreat, Pursuit 10.19: Slaying Your Giants, was incredible! We started Friday night with our outstanding Praise and Worship duo, Raymond and Felicia Inman, then right into a Popcorn Praise and Worship time of just telling our Heavenly Father how wonderful He is. The entire weekend was drenched by the presence of Holy Spirit, and the enemy hated it! IT WAS AWESOME! Ladies accepted Christ for the first time or rededicated their lives to Him; first-time, reluctant, and seasoned speakers were outstanding accomplishing the work of the Lord by doing their God-given assignments; giants were slain and glory was given to our One True King! Thank you, Father!

Below is a video to a powerful, POWERFUL, declaration from Steven Furtick titled, "I WILL FIGHT". His declaration can be found on YouTube or in your phone app store if you would like to add it to your playlist. It is incredible and will get your spirit going, building you up to fight the enemy. We played this at the retreat Friday night to set the stage for the weekend, and again just before we departed Sunday afternoon. Powerful words. Was the word powerful mentioned?

Our next retreat is April 3rd-5th at the beautiful Three Mountain Retreat Center in Clifton, TX. Registration will be open after the first of the year for Pursuit 4.20: Dancing in the Rain ! You do not want to miss a Promise Helpers retreat! Mark the dates on your calendar NOW to make it a done deal, set in stone, no-turning-back opportunity to spend an incredible weekend with the Lord and sisters-in-Christ.
I WILL FIGHT video

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 MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday nights at the First United Methodist Church in Clyde with a meal starting at 6:15 P.M.

Your continued prayers and financial support are appreciated as Promise Center reaches the lost, hurting, those in need physically and spiritually.

You can email Christy Thompson for information
What's Happening In Your Area
Clyde  
Promise Center
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) 2nd & 4th Tues, 6:15 P.M. FUMC
Contact Christy Thompson


      
Cross Plains
Bible Study 
The home of Connie Kirkham 
Tuesday mornings 9:00-10:30
Tuesday evenings 6:30-8:00
Contact Connie Kirkham
              

Hamilton 
No events at this time
Contact Alicia Cortez 


Parker/ Wise /Tarrant Counties 
Bible Study
Saturdays mornings 10:00-12:00
Fort Worth
Contact Debbie Barber


Contact Us
Call us 325-893-3777
Our mailing and physical addresses:

PO Box 1104
222 Archer St.
Clyde, TX 79510
Promise Helpers is a non-profit Christian ministry for women that seeks to help women experience the fullness of God’s purpose and promises for them. Our desire is to bring women to a place of personal wholeness so they can bring wholeness to their marriages, homes, families and communities. Promise Helpers is women ministering to women, reminding one another of the promises of God and encouraging one another to implement those promises into their daily lives. The foundation of Promise Helpers is prayer, for apart from Jesus Christ we can do nothing.