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Rensina (Rens) Bunt — Born in Amsterdam in 1913, Rens studied to be a nurse. She met her husband Tom during WW II, and they married in 1946. Rens is mother to Hilde, Elly, Mary and Michael. In 1952 the family moved to Australia and from there became missionaries in Papua New Guinea where Rens continued using her nursing skills. Rens and Tom currently live in Brisbane, Australia, and worship with the Point Church of Christ.

Josef Alleyne and Billy McKinney

Mount Dora, Fla. — Christian Home & Bible School seniors Josef Alleyne and Billy McKinney recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Billy supervised the building of a bat house to help with mosquito control in a park in Tavares, Fla. Josef designed, planted and supervised a prayer garden on the CHBS campus.

Chris Lough

Prattville, Ala. — Prattville Christian Academy seventh-grader Chris Lough has won the Geography Bee for the state of Alabama. He will be competing in the National Geographic Geography Bee in Washington D.C. This bee will be hosted by Alex Trebeck and will air on National Geographic sometime after May 22.

Congratulations, Chris!


70TH — Clarence and Maxine Cudd
Dear Mother and Daddy,

God says marriage is honorable. Your 70 years together epitomize an honorable marriage. This joyful journey began in your youth; you have gracefully advanced in years as one, reflecting the sentiments of Psalm 34:3, “Oh, magnify the Lord with me; let us exalt his name together!”
You have modeled for us the features of a Christian marriage — love, kindness, sweetness, loyalty, trust, respect and faithfulness. We thank you, we honor you, and we love you.

—Your Family

70TH — Alfred C. and Velma M. Bradshaw

Married March 8, 1943, Alfred and Velma currently worship with the Brentwood Hills church in Nashville, Tenn. Alfred has previously served as an elder for Wingate church in Nashville and for Crosstown church in Tulsa, Okla. Alfred and Velma have enjoyed meeting wonderful Christians as they have traveled all across America.

Zinnia Grace Tremblay

Zinnia Grace Tremblay was born on March 15, 2013, in Oklahoma City. She weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces and was 19 inches long. She is the sixth baby born to her parents, Mat and Natalie Tremblay of Guthrie, and their first girl. Her twin brothers David and Isaac went to be with our Lord in 2006, yet she is blessed by the love of her other brothers Kenron, 5; Axel, 3; and Ryker, 1.

Hannah Scott

Dear Hannah — Congratulations on a job well done! You have worked really hard these past 18 years. You have turned your heart to our Lord, and He has been faithful thus far. With Christ as your example and your life fully devoted to God, the best is yet to come. We are excited about this new chapter and look forward to watching your journey unfold.

Happy Graduation!!
Love, Uncle Randy, Aunt Tonya, Chris & Ashley

Barbara Goodnight

Edmond, Okla. — July 16, 1942 – April 7, 2013. She was reared in the Edmond, Okla., church of Christ where she met her husband of almost 50 years, Ronny Goodnight.
In addition to being the greatest Christian wife and mother anyone could ever have, Barbara was a fine elder’s wife for 17 years.
She taught at Sonshine School with her mother and sister for 32 years.
Barbara is survived by her husband, Ron; children, David and Kim; sister, Arwanna Shotts; seven grandchildren; one great grandson; and many nieces and nephews.

Edgar Latham

Antelope, Calif. — Nov. 23, 1927 – Feb. 20, 2013. Ed preached in churches throughout California for more than 60 years and in later years served as an elder at the Roseville, Calif., church.
Ed attributed much of his spiritual strength to the teaching and influence of strong Christian leaders at The Tipton Children’s Home in Tipton, Okla., where he lived from ages 9-15.
He leaves his wife, Sue, along with three children and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Marti White

Edmond, Okla. — June 29, 1955 – April 9, 2013. Marti grew up in Cahokia, Ill.
She met her husband, Chuck White, while attending Oklahoma Christian University. Marti and her family lived for 28 years in Midwest City, where Marti taught elementary school for more than 16 years.
She touched the lives of her students, parents and co-workers.
She is survived by her husband, Chuck; their children, Colin, Aaron and Laini; daughters-in-law, Emily and Allison; grandchildren, Cason and Kendall; her mother, Ruth Bell; two brothers; and many other family members.

Share your milestones. Contact Tonya Patton at [email protected] or (405) 425-5071.

  • Feedback
    Compliments to evangelists home & overseas missions. Forty years of preaching, now fines me semi-retired. I’m the founder of “My Chaplain,Inc.” See details at web. www.mychaplaininc.org it is evangelism with three chaplains in TX.,Calif.& Washington state.
    William E. (Gene) Brack.
    Kerrville Church of Christ
    Kerrville, Texas
    August, 18 2013

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