Belize Mission

Thank you to everyone for supporting the bake sale in June, we had lots of yummy goodies and raised $787 in additional funds for our trip!  A supply list will be posted in the plaza for supplies that we will need to fulfill our mission while we are in Belize and is also listed below. Our team leaves on the 27th of July, please keep us in prayer while we are away from our families.  

Below is a supply list of items needed for the Belize Mission Trip:

Notebooks (single subject spiral), File Folders (basic folder, no fasteners), 10x10 tarp (1), Baby toys (rattles, pacifiers, dolls), Children’s books, Washable Markers, Crayons, Coloring Books, Scissors for kids (25), Baby Wipes - small packs, Multicolored Sharpie Markers, Pencil Bags (25), Pencils, Crayon box (25), Small Rulers (25), Splat Balls, Erasers  


Donna Peck



Dallas Missionary Kids

The Labor Day weekend retreat for the Dallas Missionary Kids was a huge success. Caleb Robbins presented some amazing messages, and they really hit home with a theme of resting in the Lord. We were led in wonderful worship by Pete Isenberg, a long-time friend, an associate of Caleb's. Nearly fifty adults, teens, and children participated in the retreat. The event also included fun games and activities, time for personal Bible study and devotion, and lots of fellowships. Thanks to your generosity, the teens had more than enough snacks to enjoy throughout the weekend. We are very grateful for your food donations. They saved a huge amount on the retreat budget. The Lord continues to grow and bless this Missionary Kids ministry. Your support is an important part of the blessing. Please keep Caleb Robbins, his leadership team, the youth, and their families in your ongoing prayers. Thank you.


 Braille Mission

This month's newsletter from California has so many interesting articles in it.  Too many to put everything into our Holy Cross Newsletter. Things such as:

A Sorority in Fort Worth volunteering at Braille Center #47 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ft. Worth. Most are not Lutheran and none attend the church. The new Interim LBW President Carole M Zemke, MN.  She is working on starting a Braille and large print in Monrovia, Liberia.

LCMS-Youth and Braille Workshop at this summer's National Youth Gathering July 13 in Minneapolis MN. Staff from LBW will volunteer to help with this event by providing equipment, etc.

The first new center opened in January in Dennison, TX producing Braille Books for prisons. Funds for starting this new center were supplied from Texas District of the LWML from their Mite Box collections. A second group within the same congregation was formed in February. For more info on this new type of Large Print Bible contact Roy Fisher at the Home Office, 1-800-925-6092.  

Funds for 2018 from Thrivent Choice Dollars amounted to $25,523. If you have not assigned your Choice Dollars for 2019, please consider Lutheran Braille Workers.  "We live by faith, not by sight." 2 Corinthians 5:7.

A copy of the LBW Newsletter will be on the LWML Bulletin Board.  Please take a few seconds to read some of the articles and see some of the things going on with Braille. 

Thank you for your support of Braille. We at Holy Cross have started our 21st year.

Lolita Johnson



Caleb Robbins Mission


Follow Caleb's Misson on his blog at Candid Caleb- http://calebrobbins.blogspot.com/

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