Logos,

How u b this morning? I pray that you all are doing well and keeping safe.

This is a strange season that we are in right now, but God is able to carry us through this.

We’re all in a place where we’ve never been, so understandably there is a lot of fear and anxiety about the future and the unknown.

I want to share what Psalm 46:1-3 says to help us be encouraged. 

1 God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. 2 Therefore we will not fear, though the earth gives way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, 3 though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.

Logos, in spite of what’s going on, we serve a great God. Many lives are being impacted and the economic impact has and will be significant.

Travis County has put a restriction in place that no meetings or gatherings can have more than 10 people. This includes Churches and since Pflugerville is in Travis County the 10 people limit includes us.

The restriction was put in place to try to keep everyone safe from the corona-virus or at lease slow the spread down. For now, the restriction is set to last until May. And it may go longer.

With that being said, Logos will NOT be having Sunday morning services, Prayer meeting or Bible Study at the Church until May. So, please be prayerful, be safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones.

I will continue to send out Sunday morning messages to keep us encouraged and keeping the faith. 

Logos, please be reminded as well that the Church’s expenses are continuing even though we can’t meet. I know that we will get through this challenging time with your help. If you are able and are so inclined, please mail your Tithes, Offerings, and Building Fund contributions to the address below. Deacon Smith will be checking the mail weekly. Thank you for continuing to support Logos.

Logos Baptist Church
15608 Spring Hill Lane, Suite #115
Pflugerville, TX 78660

Feel free to reach out to me. Please pass the word.

Have a blessed one and be safe,

Pastor Willie E. Kline, Sr.
“Aspire To Inspire Before You Expire”