Tuesday

“Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes and daily food.

If one of you says to them, ‘Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed,’

but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it?”

~James 2:15-16 NIV`

Pray for Jimmy and Naomi Tolar today as they see a doctor at Mary Bird Perkins about  Jimmy’s hand .

Jadon’s Story

 

http://jadonsisstory.blogspot.com/

 

Pray for Mike and Robin Moore of Monroe.

Please keep us in your prayers. Mike and I are heading to Memphis tomorrow to see the eye doctor and make sure the tumor is still shrinking. Thanks for always praying for complete healing and for safe trips to Memphis.

Update on Dan Turner from Ladd

For those of you who have been wondering, Dan Turner is doing well! He continues to work hard and amaze his doctors and therapists. His spirits are good and he’s determined! He’s steadily improving with time and therapy. He is truly an example of God’s faithfulness. Thank you all for your continued prayers!

Today is the “Young” Ladies’ Birthday Party to honor those with February birthdays.  We will meet at Nyla’s at 11:00 to celebrate.  The ladies being honored are Judy Fowler, Peggy Alford, Ora Lee Wilson, Linda Callihan, Karen Miller, Beverly Rohrbacker, Debbie Miller, and Naomi Tolar.

Tomorrow is the day that FBC, Kentwood prepares a jambalaya meal for the students at the BCM at SLU.  If you have items to bring for the meal, please have them in the church kitchen by 9:00 A.M. Wednesday.  Thanks!

Hobby Lobby: resolute in court, visionary for Bible’s relevance

http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=39762

Church loses 2 pastors in a month’s time

 

http://www.bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?ID=39764

 

90 Days of Bible Readings: Day 54

Isaiah 66:19 - Jeremiah 10:13

Baptist Medical Center in Nalerigu Ghana

Overview: In northeast Ghana, there is little hope for relief without the Baptist Medical Center. It has been an oasis since 1958 in an impoverished and destitute area. Physical needs bring patients to the hospital, but their ultimate healing is found in God’s message of salvation that draws them to Himself. Through the ministry of the Baptist Medical Center, hundreds of thousands have been touched and lives have been changed for eternity. As a follow up to those who have made decisions for Christ, we have a church planter catalyst implementing strategies to disciple and encourage these new believers. He will work with the local Baptists to disciple them as well as develop leadership training to plant and grow churches. The Baptist Medical Center must continue to reach out to those brought right to their doorstep, most of whom are lost. We cannot neglect this vital ministry and Christian witness in this needy and often forgotten part of the world.

Giving Opportunities for Baptist Medical Center in Nalerigu Ghana

Your prayers make a difference in many lives.  Thanks for praying for all the various needs each day.  As I heard in Sunday School this week.  God is the one who decides how to answer each prayer.  He has the final decision.
Anna Lee