Category Archives: Other Churches

Sunday

“And let us consider how we may spur one another

on toward love and good deeds.”

~Hebrews 10:24 NIV~

 

 

Read the Bible today – Jeremiah 33-36 & Psalm 22

Tuesday, we will have our monthly “Young” Ladies Birthday Party at The Cafe.  Come at 12:00 to help us celebrate the birthdays of some special ladies.

Pray for

  • Youth from our area at camp
  • Vacation Bible Schools in our area next week
  • Short term missionaries
  • Long term missionaries
  • Members of church staffs today
  • Celebration at Taylor Creek today and services at all our churches
  • Breakfast benefit at Pine Ridge this morning
  • Those being baptized today
  • Decisions that need to be made today

 

The doors of your church will be open today.  Will you be there?

Anna Lee

Saturday

We’ve had many days of bad weather.  Today, it finally delayed posting TPL.  First, my satellite was down.  When it came it, the server for TPL needed to be rebooted.  Such is the story of the technology we love to use each day.

Husbands, love your wives,

just as Christ loved the church

and gave himself up for her

Two couples we know celebrated 50 years of marriage yesterday.  When couples stay married that long, love surely is a part of the marriage.  That is because God is the third member of the team.

Pray for the youth from several area churches as they continue their long trip to camp today.  I’m so glad each youth and each adult got to go.

Pray for Courtney Creel who will soon be going on a mission trip to Guatemala with a church from Birmingham.

 

Two area churches are having special events tomorrow.

  • Pine Ridge will have their monthly breakfast to raise funds for a needy cause.  The breakfast buffet will be served at 8 A.M.
  • Taylor Creek will formally celebrate the change of their name at 10:30 tomorrow.

 

Read the Bible – Jeremiah 30-32, Psalsm 21, and the video “The Law” found at jointhebibleproject.com

 

Be sure you clear your calendar so you can be in the Lord’s house somewhere tomorrow.

Anna Lee

Thursday

Be on your guard;

stand firm in the faith;

be courageous;

be strong.

~1 Corinthians 16:13~

Our lesson in children’s mission class last night was about the need for missionaries to be brave as they share their faith.

 

Bro. Jeff Mizell’s of Line Creek had his surgery.  Once again. a polyp was removed from his vocal cords.  He will be unable to talk for two weeks.  Pray for him as he waits for the lab report.

 

Paul Charles Genco
October 09, 1927 – June 20, 2017

http://www.mckneelys.com/obituary/paul-genco

 

Let’s spend much of today praying for weather related issues.  It is our responsibility to check on others and help them out to the best of our ability.

 

 

Read the Bible – Jeremiah 23-25 & Psalm 19

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Friday Morning Bible Study will meet tomorrow.  We will focus on Ezekiel 13.   It’s always a good week to join Bible study.

 

Sunday, the Pine Ridge United Methodist Church will host their monthly breakfast benefit. Join them at 8 A.M. for a great breakfast and help someone with a special need.

 

The Lord’s Church will have a celebration service Sunday at 10:30 as they celebrate the change of their name to Taylor Creek Baptist Church.  You are invited to join them.

 

Be safe, but be helpful.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

Tuesday

“The LORD brings death and makes alive;

he brings down to the grave and raises up.

 The LORD sends poverty and wealth;

he humbles and he exalts.

~1 Samuel 2:6-7~

This verse doesn’t say so, but he also sends the rain and the sunshine.

 

Tropical storm “Cindy” will soon be here.  I think I should ask you to be prepared for lots of rain.  My neighborhood will not flood, but I pray for those facing more flooding, especially those who have not recovered from the flood of last August yet.  Remember to take precautions ahead of time. http://www.actionnews17.com/news/tangipahoa-parish-government-monitors-tropical-weather-2124411

 

Continue to pray for the leaders of our world and our country.

 

Thank God for the many Vacation Bible Schools in our area this summer.  I love seeing the many pictures posted on Facebook.  I think VBS is the greatest thing churches do for children all year long.  Thankfully, most churches have VBS and invest time, money, and love into it each year.

 

Read the Bible – Jeremiah 14-17 & Psalm 17

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Friday Morning Bible Study will be at 10 A.M. Friday in the fellowship hall of FBC.

 

Operation Christmas Child will send “shoeboxes” to thousands of children in November IF we make our purchases and pack the boxes for shipment.  To do this in a big way means we need to shop in a big way beginning now.  Smart shoppers always have their eyes open for sales and for seasonal items.  Those who shop now are welcome to bring their items to my Sunday School room.  I will store them until we pack the boxes.  We want to help some needy children have some special items and INTRODUCE THEM TO JESUS!

 

“Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.”

~Colossians 3:2 NIV~

“When they Ring those Golden Bells”

FBC, Kentwood has their bells(chimes) ringing at times that give people who attend church, but live out of town, get to hear them.  People in town can enjoy them every day. Thanks to those who undertook to purchase the bells years ago and to those who keep them going today.  The music is certainly beautiful.

Make a point of hearing some of the songs that first impacted your live.

Anna Lee

 

 

Monday

For where your treasure is,

there your heart will be also.

~Matthew 6:21~

 

 

Dennis Travis is out of North Oaks and doing much better.  Thank you for praying for him.

Pray for Mrs. Anne Hurst as she has an MRI on her knee Wednesday and then gets results.

Mr. J.D. Smith will be having shoulder surgery next week.  Pray all goes well and the surgery relieves him of his pain.

Pray for the youth of FBC, Kentwood, New Zion, and Spring Creek as they go to camp in GA at the end of this week.  Pray for the Lord to touch hearts, friendships to be strengthened, and for traveling grace.  I thank God the children will have this opportunity.

 

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Read the Bible – Jeremiah 10-13 & Psalm 16.

 

Operation Christmas Child – Bring your toy donations to my classroom before Sunday School.  Remember, everything we send must fit in one shoebox, so think of small dolls, cars, jump ropes, stuffed animals, etc.

 

The Bible Study of Ezekiel continues Friday morning at 10.

Opportunities for your children and grandchildren

  • Missions class at 6 P.M. Wednesdays
  • Bible Drill class at 6 P.M. Sundays

 

Our Sunday School Lesson on the Good Samaritan left us with the command to “Do!”. May we all learn the things that are important, for example, caring for others, and “do” them

 

May the Lord watch our and guide the leaders of the many countries around the world.

Anna Lee

 

 

Thursday

 If you are insulted because of the name of Christ,

you are blessed,

for the Spirit of glory and of God rests on you.

~1 Peter 4:14~

I am happy to report that Denis Travis is doing better.  The last I heard he was still in ICU at North Oaks.

Let’s continue to pray for Steve Scalise and others who were at the ball park in Alexandria, VA yesterday.  God, please turn our people around and help us become a country with a focus on You as we were in the past.

Nikki Rhodus’ grandfather passed away yesterday.  Please be in prayer for her family as they face this great loss.

 

Looking forward to Father’s Day Sunday.  It’s a great time to honor some special men in your family.

 

I am loving all the Facebook posts of VBS in area churches.  It’s wonderful to hear of the children’s response to those who volunteer each summer and impact young lives in such a positive way.  God’s kingdom grows through VBS each summer.  May we do our part to nourish the young lives all the rest of the year!

 

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Read the Bible – Song of Solomon 5-8 & Psalm 12

 

Have a Thursday that impacts someone else in a positive way!

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

 Remember the former things, those of long ago;

I am God, and there is no other;

I am God, and there is none like me.

Please pray for Matt, Shea, and Lindsay as they begin their long journey home today.

Pray for Mallory and Miles as they complete their trip stateside this afternoon.  Pray for those left at home too!

 

New Baby – Brynnlee Havin was born to Bro. Gary and “Miss” Cory yesterday.  All are doing well.

 

Read the Bible – Ecc.. 9-12 and Psalm 10

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Vacation Bible Schools seem to be doing very well this week!  Thank God for the boys and girls attending and all the volunteers working.

Pray God uses the volunteers at area Vacation Bible Schools to impact young lives today.

Anna Lee

Monday

Remember the wonders he has done,

his miracles,

and the judgments he pronounced.

Mrs. Estelle Raborn is home again from North Oaks.  Please be in prayer for her and Mr. Bobby each day.

Pray for two of our grandchildren who will make their first international flights without their parents Monday and Tuesday.  They are very experienced travelers having flown regularly since they were babies.

Frankie L. Gehringer, Jr.

May 12, 1932 – June 09, 2017

http://www.mckneelys.com/obituary/frankie-gehringer-jr-

Peggy “Peggy Sue” Mitchell Newman

November 12, 1961 – June 10, 2017

http://www.mckneelys.com/obituaries/view/id/4260489?fh_id=10545

Reading the Bible – Ecc. 5-8 & Psalm 9

 

Thanks to those who brought red beans and rice.  They have been delivered to The Hope Center in Roseland and to God’s Storehouse in Amite.  Thank-you for helping meet emergency food needs by local families.

 

There will be a number of Vacation Bible Schools this week.  If you are on Facebook, you can check my posts of VBS opportunities in different area churches or you can check the posts of various churches to see when each one is having VBS this year.

 

It’s time to begin thinking of the 350 shoeboxes we will be packing at the end of October.  Please keep your eyes open for hairbrushes, bath soap, calculators, jump ropes, bandanas, small cars and trucks, and small dolls.  You may bring your items to me or to my classroom next to the choir room.  We will need your assistance each month for the next five months.  Let’s get busy and begin accumulating the items we will need for 350 shoeboxes.  Operation Christmas Child is part of Samaritan’s Purse which is under the leadership of Rev. Franklin Graham.  Let’s do our part in accumulating and packing items.  In November, our church will again be a collection site for area churches, clubs, and individuals.  We have ladies available to shop for you if you want to help financially.  I will give you another list of items in about six weeks.

 

There will be no Third Thursday meeting this week or in the next two months.  We will resume the Third Thursday of September.  I will be happy to share my piano for some sweet hymn singing by everyone.

 

Have a wonderful Monday.  Remember, to love your neighbor as yourself today.

Anna Lee

Sunday

Greater love has no one than this:

to lay down one’s life for one’s friends

 

I forgot to share David‘s good news from Friday afternoon.  His eyes are doing great!  The retina specialist said he was graduating David to six months without an appointment.

Speaking of graduating, Mallory did that yesterday, but we did not get to watch it.  The church did not have the wi-fi necessary.  We did see a few pictures and hope to hear a report from the family today.

There have been a couple of area deaths, but I’m waiting for obituaries from the funeral home before I share them.

 

Read the Bible today – Ecc. 9-12 & Psalm 10

 

Vacation Bible School is available at several churches today/this week for your children/grandchildren.

 

Bible Drill class for children will be tonight at 6 P.M.

 

There will be no Third Thursday Gatherings this summer, but we will resume in September.  I do have my piano in the cabin thanks to a wonderful group of young, strong friends from church.  I’ll be looking forward to a good ole hymn singing time.  Come with a list of favorites!

 

Have a blessed Lord’s Day!

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Monday

For our light and momentary troubles

are achieving for us an eternal glory

that far outweighs them all.

 

Please pray for Bobby and Estelle Raborn.  She is back at North Oaks.

Please pray for Mr. Harlon Toney and family.  He will be seeing a new doctor in Baton Rouge today.

Pray for Ryan “Rufus” Williams who is scheduled for a move to Specialty Rehab in Hammond by the end of the week.

 

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Read the Bible – Proverbs 13-15 and Psalm 2

 

Today, several churches will kick-off their 2017 VBS.  I hope your children/grandchildren/nieces and nephews are lined up to be a part of one.  I am excited to say I will be teaching missions to the older children at FBC, Kentwood.  Today, we will have a guest who will tell about delivering Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes to children in a far-away country.  We start at 8:30 today.
Make today count for His glory!

Anna Lee