Thursday

“But you will receive power

when the Holy Spirit has come on you;

and you will be My witnesses in Jerusalem,

in all Judea

and Samaria,

and to the ends of the earth.”

~Acts 1:8, HCSB~

 

Sherry Day’s surgery went well.  She’s at home now and expecting results of the biopsy Monday.  Pray for her as she waits these long days.  May she receive the comfort and assurance of God’s presence and our love during this time.

Another friend has just learned she has breast cancer.  Please add Martha Pevey Drago to your prayer list.

Cindy Juban, Andy Taylor’s sister, also needs our prayers as she continues her battle.  Doctors now say she needs an angiogram and stent.

Continue to pray for Bobby Lawson, Jimmy Schwartz,  Ray and Beverly Blackwell, Mrs. Theople Hurst, Mrs. Kathryne Kuss, Mrs. Catherine Yarborough, Ed and Jeannette Maghee, Phillip and Annie Bell Harrell, Evelyn Bridges, Susie Wales, and Mrs. Elizabeth Carol New.  All these people are at home.

Some people in the nursing home we can pray for today are:  Maxine Turner, Frances Strickland, Julia Forrest, and Angie Redmond.
Alice Henderson Chapman

Born: September 24, 1933
Died: October 28, 2014

http://www.mckneelys.com/home/index.cfm?action=public:obituaries.view&o_id=2783061&fh_id=10545

Mrs. Eula Jenkins’ service will also be Saturday morning at Kedron.  Pray for her large family.

Pray for our country as election time approaches.  Pray that people will take time to vote and vote as God would have them to.

Friday’s Bible Study

  • Elizabeth
  • Luke 1:5-66
  • 10:00 at FBC, K’s fellowship hall

Gold City Gospel Quartet and Andy Taylor

The Gold City Quartet from Gadsden, AL. will be in concert Sunday November, 2, 2014 at 6:00 PM at The Lord’s Church in Kentwood, LA. This is a non-ticketed event; donations can be made at the door. The Church is located at 1936 Hwy 440 in Kentwood, LA. (4 miles WEST of I-55 off Exit 57) Call 985-514-7757 or email tlckentwood@aol.com for more information.

Andy Taylor will sing when the quartet takes  a break.

If you like gospel music, I know you will be blessed by being there for this event.

Shoebox Packing Party

  • Saturday at 6 P.M. at FBC,K
  • Wear your red and green
  • Bring some Christmas/Christian love to pack in the shoeboxes to share.
  • Bring some Christmas party food.
  • Prepare to be blessed!

Time Change

  • Lose an hour Saturday night
  • Gain an hour Sunday morning
  • Forgetting this will get you to church an hour earlier than you planned!

Baptist Press –  bpnews.org

Devotional, Scripture, and a Song

  • We have this treasure in earthen vessels,                                                                                                 that the excellence of the power may be of God and not of us.                                                                                                                                                ~2 Corinthians 4:7~                                                  

             And he said to them,                                                                                                                                                          “Go into all the world                                                                                                                                                          and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation.                                                                                                                                                                          ~Mark 16:15~                 

  • “Share the Good News that Chirst is Born” – I have been unable to locate the lyrics this morning, but I hope you remember this song and it sticks in you head today.  I suppose it is in my head, not my computer today.  May you be blessed to know and do what the song says.

Remember, “Share the Good News that Chirst is Born” today.

Anna Lee

Wednesday Addition

My friend, Robin, just shared that her grandmother, Mrs. Eula Jenkins, passed away this morning.  She was 101 years and 11 months old.  Please pray for the family.

Updates on two goals set at FBC,K:

  • Georgia Barnette Offering
    • Goal – 8,000
    • Received – 7,391.30
  • Shipping on OCC Shoeboxes
    • Needed – 1,400
    • Received – 1041
  • Thanks for all who have given so far.
  • Let’s meet and surpass these goals Sunday!

Wednesday

“Casting all your care upon Him,

for He cares for you.”

~1 Peter 5:7, NKJV~

 

Mrs. Theople Hurst is thankful to be home.  Today, she will have some testing done as they try to determine what her problem was.  Pray all goes well.

Jadon’s Journey

As a parent with a child with a rare diagnosis, I can so relate to this. I have spent many hours researching in order to find the best help possible for Jadon. I’m very thankful that his doctors not only listen to me, but research themselves to find the best treatments and therapies for Jadon. If it wouldn’t have been for the research we have done, Jadon wouldn’t be where he is today. So thankful!

Maggie Lee Henson passed away due to injuries she suffered when the church bus she was riding on had a tire issue that caused a wreck.  Her parents kept us updated as we all prayed for healing.  God healed Maggie Lee in heaven.  Her parents have made good things happen because of the years they had Maggie Lee living with them.

http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/maggieleehenson/journal/view/id/54505f21f0206591577fa637

Edwin Merrell Morris

Born: February 14, 1929
Died: October 26, 2014

http://www.mckneelys.com/home/index.cfm?action=public:obituaries.view&o_id=2777072&fh_id=10545

Packing Party for Operation Christmas Child (Shoeboxes for worldwide distribution)

  • If you have additional items to turn in, please do so this week.
  • The packing party will begin at 6 P.M. Saturday night in the fellowship hall of FBC.
  • Bring you favorite Christmas party food.
  • Wear Christmas colors.
  • Be a blessing to many children!

Our Daily Bread

Yesterday, someone asked me about Our Daily Bread.  Check out the information on this page and the other pages you can link to by clicking on items at the top of the page.

http://odb.org/about/#

Baptist Press –  bpnews.net

Devotional, Scripture, and a Song

  • “Shadowed” – http://odb.org/
  • The Lord is my light and my salvation;                                                           whom shall I fear?                                                                                                                                                         ~Psalm 27:1~
  • “The Light of the World is Jesus” – http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/l/w/lworldij.htm
    • Be sure to read the introduction.

Life if busy, but life is good.  Retirement has allowed me to do so many special things.  I thank God for this time in my life.

Anna Lee

Tuesday

“I waited patiently for the Lord,

and He turned to me and heard my cry for help.”

~Psalm 40:1, HCSB~

 

Please continue to pray for Mr. Bobby Lawson.  He is at home.

Surprise!  Surprise!  Mrs. Theople Hurst is home from North Oaks too!  She has some appointments scheduled, but can be at home rather than the hospital.

Pray for Nancy Carruth as she has a surgical procedure in Baton Rouge today.

From Cheryl Hughes Green

Raymond Davis, was married to my Aunt Wanda (daddy’s youngest sister).
He passed away yesterday at home in Denham Springs. They will have his
wake tonight at Seale Funeral Home in Denham; from 5pm to 8pm. Funeral
tomorrow at 10am at the funeral home. I am asking for prayers for Aunt
Wanda, Greg and all of the Davis family. Thank you and God bless.

http://www.sealefuneral.com/obituaries.aspx?turl=http://hosting-6068.tributes.com/obituary/show/raymond-ray-martin-davis-101816529

Baptist Press – http://www.bpnews.net/

Devotional, Scripture, and a Song

Looking ahead this week

  • Friday morning Bible Study at FBC, K at 10:00; Studying Elizabeth (Luke 1:5-66)
  • Christmas Party to pack shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child; Bring your favorite Christmas Party food and  wear red or green.
  • Don’t forget to change your clocks Saturday back one hour when you go to bed.

Reminder: The “Young” Ladies Birthday Party scheduled for today will be next Tuesday due to the funeral of Mrs. Shirley Frazier today.

Thanks-you for you faithful intercessory prayers.

Anna Lee

Monday

“Seek the Lord while He may be found,

Call upon Him while He is near.”

~Isaiah 55:6, NASB~

 

From Lloyd Hayden

Please add my neighbor Jimmy McNeese, to the prayer list. He starts
his chemo on monday the 27th.

`Susie Sharkey’s little grandson, Xander, is home.  More prayers are needed.

Update on Xander! He is home. Has to keep doing the treatments every four hours and make an appointment with a pulmonary specialist. Please keep him your prayers.

Continue to pray for Mrs. Theople Hurst.  She’s in room 4103 at North Oaks.

Countdown to the first Christmas Party – 5 days!

  • FBC, K at 6 P.M. Saturday
  • Packing shoeboxes for needy children
  • Wear red and/or green.
  • Bring your favorite Christmas party food.
  • Let’s begin praying for each child who will be receiving a shoebox.
  • Write a letter and/or bring a picture for some of the boxes.
  • How many boxes will be pack?  I know it will be more than ever before.
  • Join the excitement.

The “Young” Ladies Birthday Party for October has been postponed for a week due to “Miss” Shirley’s service.

One week from today, our annual “Day of Prayer” will be held at Kedron Baptist Church at 10 A.M.  We will conclude with a potluck lunch.

Devotional, Scriptures, and a Song

  • “New to the  Family” – http://odb.org/
  • There will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents   than over ninety-nine just persons who need no repentance.                                                                                                                     ~Luke 15:7~                                                                                                                                                  “He rejoiceth more of that sheep,                                                                  than of the ninety and nine which went not astray.”                                                                                                                         ~Matthew 18:13~
  • “The Ninety and Nine” – http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/n/i/90_and_9.htm

I remember hearing this song for the first time.  I was at Natalbany Baptist Church.  Uncle Charles Tolleson was leading the music for revival.  After church, I asked my parents why 99 sheep would be left alone just so one could be saved. That very night, I learned how important each and every person is to God.  I was five or six years old and have loved the song every since.  I just shared the story with David for the first time.  I’m glad the devotional for today triggered this memory.

I hope this “favorite” sticks with me today and that I remember the value of each person to the kingdom forever.

Anna Lee

Sunday Evening

Please pray for Nancy Carruth and Cindy Carmadelle as they have medical procedures the first of the week.  Nancy’s will be in Baton Rouge and Cindy’s in Covington.

Several ladies at Sunday School this morning requested our prayers.  One who is having tests done is Alcyon Hayden.  Don’t forget to pray for Susan Rimes who will be having an important appointment soon concerning thyroid surgery.

Continue to pray for Mrs. Theople Hurst and her family.

The key word in all these requests is prayer!

The date for the “Young” Ladies’ Birthday Party will be postponed for a week due to the service for Mrs. Shirley Frazier Tuesday.  Ladies, I’ll see you on Nov. 4th at the Cafe.

Sunday Addition

The last I heard about “Miss” Theople was that the hospital is continuing to run tests, but has no answers yet.  She has been moved to room 4103, rather than the second floor room the hospital first talked about.  They are waiting for someone who is able to read the x_rays.  I’ll post more later.

Sunday

“Our fathers trusted in You;

they trusted, and You rescued them.

They cried to You and were set free;

they trusted in You and were not disgraced.”

~Psalm 22:4-5, HCSB~

 

Don’t forget the potluck lunch following worship this morning at FBC, Kentwood.

Tonight, there will be a Fall Family Fun Night at FBC, Kentwood.  Hot dogs, chili, and popcorn will be served.  This begins at 5:30 P.M.

Revival plans for FBC, Kentwood

  • Nov. 7-9, 2014
  • David Talley and the Crusader’s Ministry

Devotional, Scripture, and a Song

  • “Make a U-Turn” – http://odb.org/2008/10/27/make-a-u-turn/
  • All we like sheep have gone astray;                                                             we have turned, every one, to his own way;                                             and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.                                                                                                               ~Isaiah 53:6~
  • “I Have Decided to Follow Jesus” – http://library.timelesstruths.org/music/I_Have_Decided_to_Follow_Jesus/

I’ll update you on the new plans for the “Young” Ladies’ Birthday Party.  We will change our plans this month due to the conflict with the time of the funeral for “Miss” Shirley Frazier.

Have a great Lord’s Day!  He’s great every day!

Anna Lee

Saturday Evening

Miss” Theople Hurst is still in the emergency room at North Oaks.  The current plans are for her to be moved to room 2108 later.  Tests seem to indicated no heart attack, but have not identified the cause of her pain yet.  Keep praying for her and for her family.

Shirley B. Frazier

Born: April 09, 1933
Died: October 24, 2014

A resident of Kentwood, she died at 10:07 PM on Friday, October 24, 2014 at Lakeview Regional Medical Center in Covington. She was born April 9, 1933 in St. Helena Parish and was 81 years of age. She was the administrator of Pike Hospital for 28 years and a long time member of First Baptist Church of Kentwood. She is survived by her daughter, Sherry Meyer and husband, Stephen, Mandeville; son, Brett Frazier and wife, Susan, Kentwood; 2 sisters, Joyce Watson, Baker, Jeanne Krebs, Collierville, TN; 3 brothers, Gerald Birch, Greenwell Springs, Ladell Birch, Kentwood, and Kenneth Birch, Kentwood; 5 Grandchildren; 1 Great-Grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Eual L. Frazier; parents, Henry and Mabel Birch; 2 sisters and 2 brothers. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Monday and at First Baptist Church of Kentwood from 9 a.m. until religious services at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Services conducted by Rev. Joey Miller. Interment New Zion Cemetery, Kentwood, LA. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

FBC, Kentwood will have a potluck lunch tomorrow after morning worship.

Pine Ridge United Methodist will begin the day tomorrow with their monthly breakfast. Revival begins tomorrow and will feature singing tomorrow afternoon, and a group supper followed by revival services each evening.

Due to the time for “Miss” Shirley’s service, the “Young” Ladies Birthday Party will need to reschedule the monthly birthday party.  I’ll let you know what decision we make, but it will not be Tuesday.

Saturday Afternoon

The Magee men, Glen and Glen, Jr. , are coming were coming home from Florida today.  Glen, Jr. is doing well following his surgery.

Bobbie called a few minutes ago and asked for prayer for her sister, “Miss” Theople, who is having a medical issue this afternoon.  Please say a prayer.