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A History of Western Hills Church of Christ

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by: Matthew Stephen MD
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Publication Date: August 28, 2022
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 106
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9798885675116
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Book Synopsis
A History of Western Hills Church of Christ shares a story of how the Church of Christ developed in Texas, Bell County, and eventually in Temple, Texas. Matthew Stephen has a great interest in the health of the local church. This project was inspired by a desire to better understand our local church's history to help us better steward its future. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, his curiosity led him to inquire how churches responded to the 1918-1919 pandemic flu. Unfortunately, little was written about the church's response to the pandemic flu. He hopes this book will provide much guidance and encouragement in dealing with future challenges.
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About The Author
Matthew Stephen has a great interest in the health of the local church. This project was inspired by a desire to better understand our local church's history to help us better steward its future. At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, his curiosity led him to inquire how churches responded to the 1918-1919 pandemic flu. Unfortunately, little was written about the church's response to the pandemic flu. He hopes this book will provide much guidance and encouragement in dealing with future challenges.

Matthew Stephen MD is a Pediatric Endocrinologist practicing in Central Texas who found this project quite satisfying and a release from the stressors of everyday life. He is thankful to his wife Heather and children Emma and Kyle for their support through this project. He is a member of Western Hills Church of Christ.