“He said to them,
‘Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.’”
Kaye Roberts’ brother, Jimmy Alford, has completed his radiation and chemotherapy and will go for a pet scan on Monday, September 9th. Let’s start praying now for his scan next week.
Mrs. Mary Womack is now home with hospice care. Check on her and help her in any way you can.
Lara of Lara’s Gowns for Smiles
The MRI showed no metastatic disease or tumors. The spots that showed in her right tibia are still glowing, but the consensus is that it is marrow changes due to chemotherapy. We will continue the rest of her treatment at CHNOLA. She has three 5 day chemotherapy cycles left. We are hoping to be finished mid-late November. Bone graft surgery will not be until after Christmas so she can enjoy a cast-free holiday!! Thank you all for your prayers!
Posted by Dr. Stan Statham
In Christian love and sympathy, we want to let the BASELA family know that Dr. Mack Stewart, Pastor of Second Baptist Church in Jackson, LA in William Wallace Association has gone to be with the Lord.
The arrangements for his funeral service are as follows:
Charlet Funeral Home
4230 High St.
Zachary, LA 70791
Saturday, September 7th
9:00 am-11:00 am Visitation
11:00 am Funeral
The burial will be at Sandy Creek Baptist Church.
- July 30, 1923 – September 4, 2013
- Hammond, Louisiana
Charles Dorsett “Charlie” Reed, 90 years old, died at St. Joseph Hospice, Carpenter House, Baton Rouge, on September 4, 2013. Born in Springdale, Ar, he was a Hammond resident since 2005, and was being cared for at Country Manor Nursing Home in St. Francisville until a recent illness.
He is survived by his wife, Bonnie Bell Bayless Reed of Hammond; two daughters, Pamela Ann Reed Shepherd of Downsville, La., and Deborah Jane Reed Teel of Humble, Tx., and a son, Charles Kent “Chuck” Reed of Hammond; a sister, Betty LouReed Smith of Weatherford, Tx., seven grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Dr. Michael Dean Reed of New Orleans.
Mr. Reed was a B-24 Liberator bomber pilot in the Army Air Corps during WWII, flying 33 combat missions in the South Pacific theatre, for which he was awarded two Bronze Stars and the Air Medal during the New Guinea and Bismarck-Archipelago Campaigns. His professional career was with J.C. Penny Co. as an assistant manager before the war, and returned as a store manager in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana. He was a member of the Masons and the Eastern Star, an Ordained Deacon of the Baptist organization, and a member of Woodland Park Baptist Church in Hammond. in 1995, at the age of 72, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond as the oldest graduate in SLU history.
Visitation for family and friends will be held at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home in Hammond on Saturday, September 7th from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to St. Joseph Hospice, Carpenter House, in Baton Rouge, or the Louisiana American Red Cross. The family also wishes to thank the many friends, doctors and nurses who cared for him during his final illness, and their many prayers are most appreciated.
Senior Adult Revival
Two Rivers Baptist Association’s Senior Adult Revival is September 9-11.
Monday, Sept. 9th- Line Creek Baptist Church
Rev. Tommy Smith
Tuesday, Sept. 10th- FBC Roseland
Rev. Leroy McElveen
Wednesday, Sept. 11th- Grangeville Baptist Church
Rev. Jacob Williams
Special Music: Amite River Revival Gospel Singers
The daily schedule is: 9:00 am Fellowship
9:30 am Choir Practice
10:00 am Worship
Lunch to follow
There was a serious traffic accident at the Hwy. 38 end of Bethel Road this afternoon. Thankfully, the electrical pole was hurt more than any of the people involved. I thank God the three young ladies were safe in what could have been a much more serious accident. I also thank God for the professionals who rush to accidents, health problems, etc. to help as needed.
Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Longing to Grow” – http://odb.org/
Hymn of the Day – “Since Jesus Came into My Heart” – http://cyberhymnal.org/htm/s/i/sincejes.htm
I hope this hymn, “Since Jesus Came into My Heart” is played over and over in your brain today. How blessed we are if we can honestly sing about Jesus living in our hearts.