As we start a new year, we would like to take a moment to praise God for His blessing on the last GDOP.
We were able to join in prayer with EM brothers & sisters from around the world: 49 sites (3 new) in over 30 countries! We are excited to watch God’s provision and continue growth of this event and also the community it creates!
The photos above are the selfies that we’ve received. Take a moment to look at all of the smiling faces and reflect on how powerful our God is – that he can unite people around the world for His purposes.
Finally, we would like to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who was involved in planning for and organizing GDOP in 2019. This event could not happen without the investment of your time and energy.
We look forward to GDOP 2020. Are you interested in serving with GDOP? If so, please click on the survey below, & we will reach out with more information.
Yes, I would like to serve with GDOP
WOODLANDS LEADERSHIP FORUM
Integrating your Professional, Personal and Spiritual life
The Host Committee and the Staff of CRU Houston/Leader Impact request the pleasure of your company as our guest for lunch on Thursday, December 12th, 2019 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Landry’s 1212 Lake Robbins Dr.
Because seating is limited, reservations are required.
R.S.V.P to 713.522.3314 by December 10th or Email email@example.com
Speaker: Jeremy Moore
Jeremy Moore is the CEO and founder of Global Counterpoint. Global Counterpoint comes alongside developing nations and global businesses to facilitate trust relationships, expand economic opportunities and support regional stability.
Jeremy has served as an operational team member in elite special operations units throughout his military career, to include the United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) and 10th Special Forces Group.
His background includes leadership development, geopolitical and strategic coalition development and counter-terrorism expertise. As a member of the Special Operations Forces Community, Jeremy is adept and experienced in negotiating withing sensitive and complex cultural environments.
Jeremy has worked and traveled extensively throughout the Horn of Africa and the Middle East. He was specifically chosen to serve in positions of influence and leadership in this region due to his extensive understanding not only of the geopolitical challenges there, but of the implications of those challenges for the United States.
Jeremy will be speaking on these topics among others:
- The Power of Small Empowered Teams
- How To Remain Relevant in an Ever-changing Battlefield
- Sense of Purpose and Mission Host Committee
Join us for fellowship as we celebrate the birth of our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ!
Lunch will be provided.
Please register for the Social here: https://eventx.exxonmobil.com/events/a7ea6f36-2dde-4a7d-b3bc-2760104676ee
Please consider participating in our Montgomery County Women’s Center Donation Drive!
To participate, bring any of the following items to the social:
-Size 2 Diapers
-Vinyl Twin Mattress Protectors
-Vinyl Pillow protectors
-Vinyl Shower Liners
-Vinyl Shower Rings
-Lightweight, Loose Fitting Workout clothes (No Spandex)
-T-shirts (Plain – All Sizes & Any Color)
-New Women’s Underwear (All sizes)
Over a decade ago, a few ExxonMobil (EM) employees from Asia gathered at the Prayer Mountains in Seoul to pray for God to raise a community of believers at EM who can bring about significant changes for His glory. This was the birth of Global Day of Prayer (GDOP), an annual event where EM Christian communities in 40+ sites, 20+ countries gather virtually to pray in unison. Join us again for 2019 GDOP!
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 AM (Central Standard Time)
Location at EMHC: E3.1B.306/326/276
Add the event to your calendar
If you are unable to attend in person and would like the skype link, please email Aria Sawicki (firstname.lastname@example.org).
View your site’s GDOP Site Contact
You are invited to a unique opportunity to hear from the HPHC executive director, Sylvia Johnson (the largest pregnancy help center in North America).
The average crisis pregnancy center nationwide serves about 500 clients a year. Sylvia oversees a small staff and large group of volunteers who serve an average of 700 clients per month.
HPHC shares the Gospel with >2,500 women and men yearly and 9 out of 10 clients who state intent to abort change their decision after counseling and ultrasound at HPHC.
The vision at HPHC is to equip and encourage Christian volunteers to bring the message of life, hope, compassion, and love to women residing in Houston’s urban communities who may be experiencing a crisis or unplanned pregnancy.
11:30 – 12:30
Location: N3.1A.316 – Houston Campus
Register using the EventX Here
Contact Sam Ortiz
Grab a friend and meet us on June 14th from 7p to 9p at Harvest Church (2200 Lake Woodlands Dr) for a night of worship to center our attention on Christ. Young adults from all over the Greater Houston area will be gathering to lift Jesus up in song and praise.
Contact Andrew Smiddy to get engaged!
Perspectives is a 15 week life and learning opportunity that will change the way you view the world around you and will be available in the Woodlands, Texas this Spring.
To learn more check out the website here or contact the Sam Ortiz.
Merry Christmas! We are so grateful to be a part of such a wonderful community.
We hope you all have a good and safe Christmas Season and spend some extra time remembering our precious Savior, Jesus!
The CCEM Team
Praise the Lord for connecting us all in community!
Please join us for fellowship at the 2018 Christmas Social! Lunch to be provided.
We will have a video booth in order to capture Words of Wisdom of how to live our your faith in the workplace.
Please register for the event here to help us plan for the right amount of food!
Also, download the calendar invite here so you don’t forget!