“My word that comes from My mouth will not return to Me empty,
but it will accomplish what I please and will prosper in what I send it to do.”
~Isaiah 55:11, HCSB~
Please say a prayer that our dad can begin to get the nutrition he needs to strengthen his body to be able to take his chemo treatments. The feeding through the JPEG tube has proven to be a real challenge for him. On a thankful note, we have some great professionals working with him to get him where he needs to be. Thank you Michael Davis, RN and Ray Glasgow and staff for your efforts to get us where we need to be.
Oneida’s son Willey and his wife Eudora are here to visit for the weekend. Please pray for traveling grace for them as they begin their journey home on Sunday.
Thank you each and everyone.
Beth, Becky and family
Melissa Johnson got a good repost yesterday. Her arms are now strong enough for her to begin driving again. This is a major milestone for her. Thank God for the progress He has allowed in her recovery.
Tangipahoa Baptist Church has had VBS all week. Bro. Greg challenged the children to bring $1,500 for the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home. The did, so he had to eat night crawlers. I watched the video. After the third worm, he took a big swig of Tobasco Sauce. He certainly kept his end of the deal. Also, the children collected materials and packed health kits to be given away through Re-Store in Amite. Thank God for the children who participated in these two projects this week. May God richly bless each of you.
I haven’t posted anything from Baptist Press lately, so you have missed some good articles. You would probably benefit from reading from BPNews.net.
Marjorie Marguerite Nalley Honeycutt
Marjorie Marguerite Nalley Honeycutt, born May 30, 1924 in Alexandria, the eleventh child of Pierce and Fannie Nalley, died Monday, July 15, 2013 at The Carpenter House hospice in Baton Rouge where she was a resident. She was preceded in death by her husband Don “Bunk” Honeycutt, her parents, her son Jerry Wayne Honeycutt, and all of her twelve siblings. Following their marriage in 1942, Margie and Bunk lived in Lake Charles until she moved to Baton Rouge in 1980. She is survived by her son Donnis Honeycutt and his wife Alice Mary of Kentwood, daughter Connie Sue Rickenbaker and husband Michael of Milledgeville, Georgia, and daughter-in-law Cheryl Hutchins of Lake Charles; grandchildren Kristopher Honeycutt and Kate Gray, Christopher Nobles and Tracy Oliveri, Amy Sonnier and Todd Honeycutt; great-grandchildren, Logan, Regan and Jared, Alyssa and Angelena, and Holly, Emily, Andrew, Jack, Rachel and Andrew; and numerous nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Lake Charles following a private ceremony. Memorial donations may be made to The Carpenter House, 10615 Jefferson Highway, Baton Rouge, LA 70809.
Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Earworms” – http://odb.org/
Inspirational – A Moment of Truth – “My Dad Was Just a Barbara” – http://moments.org/my-dad-was-just-a-barber/
Spend some time today preparing for tomorrow. It will make things go smoother for you.