Stephenville occupant, Bill Bunce, will be talking at the main Brown Bag men’s bible study, Thursday, February 23rd around early afternoon, the gathering room at Texas Bank in Stephenville. Bunce is an Assistant to the Chairman, Pat Robertson of the Christian Broadcasting Network, CBN’s 700 Club.

This inspiring, 45-minute seven days, non-denominational introduction is named: “Encountering God @ Work: His Kingdom Agenda” and is intended to assist you with understanding God’s nonstop movement and how YOU can go along with Him in where we as a whole invest most of our energy: The Workplace. Dr. Billy Graham has expressed, “I trust one of the following incredible moves of God will be through adherents to the work environment.” Certified Workplace Chaplain Michael Tummillo,Founder of t.e.a.m. services (Total Employee Assistance Ministries)will be encouraging the arrangement.

Bunce moved on from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1978

with a four year certification in creature cultivation. His work encounters incorporate Ranch Operations Coordinator for B.B. Creeks Company in Wyoming, planning and building up The Quarter Horse Racing Journal in Texas, Vice President of International Marketing and Field Operations for the American Polled Hereford Association in the western USA, and Director of Agribusiness and International Trade for the State of Wyoming. Bill is hitched to his secondary school darling, Lydia, and has one girl, Jody Marie. He credits his significant other, his mom, and a resigned rodeo matador for driving him into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. A tough outdoors man, he’s at home in the mountains of Wyoming or the Texas slope nation.

For the individuals who have not effectively done as such, on the off chance that you are keen on joining in, you are asked to email team1min@aol.com and type BROWN in the SUBJECT Bar. They will be reached with respect to any varieties in meeting places. Tummillo includes that other Christian money managers are booked to share as a feature of every week’s exercise.