Pastor Scott Thibodeaux, Church of Christ

Pastor Scott Thibodeaux, Church of Christ

I am the preacher at the Kingwood Church of Christ in Kingwood, TX. It has been our great pleasure to be a part of the March of Remembrance since its inception. I have been witness to an entire community coming together under the banner of “Never Forget” as we recall those who suffered the atrocities of the Holocaust. However, we are not content to remember only but through prayer, faith, and a deep reliance upon Yahweh we proclaim “Never Again”. I call upon all of our brothers and sisters in Christ to participate in this event each and every year. Though the March’s focus is upon those who suffered in WWII, we recall and pray for all who have suffered and have been persecuted for their faith. We lift up those in harm’s way as we speak.  In the end, though it is our intention to “Never Forget”, let us remember that we serve a living God who “Never Forgets” us. He continually calls us to obedience, faith, and unity. If you are reading this, I pray that you will join us in our efforts to bring unity through faith.

Pastor Scott Thibodeaux, Church of Christ

March of Remembrance Texas
2019-09-18T08:48:11-05:00

Pastor Scott Thibodeaux, Church of Christ

I am the preacher at the Kingwood Church of Christ in Kingwood, TX. It has been our great pleasure to be a part of the March of Remembrance since its inception. I have been witness to an entire community coming together under the banner of “Never Forget” as we recall those who suffered the atrocities of the Holocaust. However, we are not content to remember only but through prayer, faith, and a deep reliance upon Yahweh we proclaim “Never Again”. I call upon all of our brothers and sisters in Christ to participate in this event each and every year. Though the March’s focus is upon those who suffered in WWII, we recall and pray for all who have suffered and have been persecuted for their faith. We lift up those in harm’s way as we speak.  In the end, though it is our intention to “Never Forget”, let us remember that we serve a living God who “Never Forgets” us. He continually calls us to obedience, faith, and unity. If you are reading this, I pray that you will join us in our efforts to bring unity through faith.