“Let heaven fill your thoughts;

don’t spend your time worrying about things down here.”

~Colossians 3:2 (TLB)~

Bro. Darryl and “Miss” Laurie are doing okay on quarantine. Her current symptoms are similar to flu. Keep them in your prayers.

Bro. Ronnie Nielson also has Covid. He tested positive Saturday. Keep him and his family in your daily prayers.

From what I have read, Covid is on-the-increase again. Be aware. Stay prepared.

Pray for others in our community who are fighting and recovering from the virus.

Mary Ann Cupit Burnett

May 26, 1963 – October 24, 2020

A resident of Greensburg, LA, passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at her home. She was born May 26, 1963 in Baton Rouge, LA and was 57 years of age. She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Jeffrey “Jeff” Dean Burnett, Sr.; daughter, Kayla Elise Burnett Bennett (31) and husband, Steven; sons, Jeffrey “Dean” Burnette (25), Tristian Conner Burnett (22), Noah James Burnett (19), Gabriel Joseph Burnett (15), Aaron Blake Burnett (14); adopted son, Cauy Christopher Phillips (21); grandson, Bronson Bennett (10); parents, John Ellis Cupit, Jr. and Genie Vashti Wicker Cupit; brothers, John “Johnny” Ellis Cupit, IV and wife, Elizabeth Ann “Beth” Cupit, and James “Frank” Cupit and wife, Terry Ann Magliolo Cupit; nieces and nephews, Nichole “Nikki” Brittany Cupit, John “Ellis” Cupit, V, Felicia Ann Cupit Flotte, Joshua Paul Cupit, Sarah Elizabeth Cupit Vince. Preceded in death by father-in-law and mother-in-law, James Franklin Burnett, Jr. and Lemearl Abbott Burnett; grandmothers, Mary Cupit Scybist and Mary Francis Humphreys. Visitation at First Baptist Church of Greensburg from 4:00PM until 9:00PM on Tuesday and from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Wednesday, October 28, 2020. Interment Resthaven Gardens of Memory, Baton Rouge, LA. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 27

Jeremiah 51:1-53
Titus 2:1-15
Psalm 99:1-9
Proverbs 26:17

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  1. As I previously told you, our boxes are packed and crated for 2020.
  2. I’ve been collecting some items to send as filler at the processing center in Dallas.
  3. I’ve also begun collecting and organizing items for next year.
  4. Please keep your eyes open for school supplies that are discounted. Share your information with me and I will pass it on. I am especially interested in spiral notebooks, pencil sharpeners, pens, large erasers, and scissors.

Today’s Prayer Focus

Let’s pray for our new Supreme Court Justice, Amy Coney Barnett. It is likely she will serve many years. Let’s pray for her and her family as they have “entered the spotlight”. As I watched her being questioned by the judiciary committee, I realized how much I don’t like that kind of pressure. Ask God to help her to remain steadfast.

Thanks for “putting feet to your prayers”! That’s a phrase I learned as a child. It means to do something as you see a need.

Anna Lee


But you are a chosen people,

a royal priesthood,

a holy nation,

God’s special possession,

that you  may declare the praises of him

who called you out of darkness

into his wonderful light.”

~1 Peter 2:9~

Please pray for Laurie Miller, Bro. Darryl’s wife. She tested positive for Covid yesterday morning. Pray for family members and others who have been in contact with her.

Pray for others in our community that also have the virus. Do your part in not passing it on to others.

Covid-19 seems to be on-the-rise again in our area. Be aware and be careful!

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 26

Jeremiah 49:23-50:46
Titus 1:1-16
Psalm 97:1-98:9
Proverbs 26:13-16

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Today, as we pray, let’s pray for those packing shoeboxes. Each box makes a big impact when it gets to its destination. The more we send, the more people impacted for Jesus! Let’s also pray for those who will be receiving shoeboxes. May their hearts be ready to learn about Jesus.

Anna Lee


“Let heaven fill your thoughts;

don’t spend your time worrying about things down here.”

~Colossians 3:2 (TLB)~

Today is a day of prayer and fasting for our country. Follow Franklin Graham’s example today.

Billie Callihan Strahan

September 03, 1933 – October 24, 2020
A resident of Amite, LA, passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at her home. She was born September 3, 1933 and was 87 years of age. She is survived by 3 daughters, Virginia Strahan Bailey and husband, Neal, Grand Bay, AL, Wanda Strahan Hammac, Mobile, AL, and Gwendolyn Strahan Wilkerson, Theodore, AL; 1 son, Aubrey “Alan” Strahan and wife, Margaret, Amite; 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; 3 sisters, Marguerite Hayden, Beth Garon and husband, Brownie, and Debbie Sharp and husband, Dink. Preceded in death by husband, Aubrey Ray “Foots” Strahan; granddaughter, Brynn Woods; parents, Herman Clifton Callihan, Sr. and Aulinh Smith Callihan; sisters, Barbara Bentivania, Karen Dykes; brothers, H. C. Callihan, Jr., Terry Callihan, Lionel Callihan. Visitation at Friendship Baptist Church, Amite, from 6:00PM until 9:00PM on Monday and from 10:00AM until a celebration of her life at 1:00PM on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. Services conducted by Bro. Bob Logston, Bro. Walter Mixon, and Bro. William Edwards. Interment Friendship Cemetery, Amite, LA. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October25

Jeremiah 48:1-49:22
2 Timothy 4:1-22
Psalm 95:1-96:13
Proverbs 26:9-12

Online services of FBC, Kentwood will be available on FB and YouTube at 10:30 A.M.and 6:00 P.M. If you cannot attend your church, you might want to join us.

Anna Lee


Therefore, since we have been justified through faith,

we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ,

Romans 5:1

Jimmy Connon is back at home. Thank you for continued prayers for him.

Both Barbara and Frank Erwin are home now and recovering from Covid. Please pray for their continued healing.

James Alvin Miller, Sr.

January 21, 1928 – October 23, 2020
A resident of Greensburg, LA, passed away on Friday, October 23, 2020 at his home. He was born January 21, 1928 in Kentwood, LA and was 92 years of age. He was a U. S. Army Veteran. He is survived by daughter, Nancy Miller; son, Gary Miller and wife, Cindy; 3 sisters, Myron Little, Bobbye Givens, and Shirley Distefano; brother, Woodrow Miller; grandchildren, Scott Miller, Michael Miller, Jeremy Miller, Andrew Miller, Joe Miller, Monica Chapman, Carol Ann Newcomb, Josh Miller, Daryl Miller, Ronnie Miller, Jamie Miller, April Miller, Dawn Miller, Misty Miller, and Lilly Miller; great-grandchildren, Shelby Miller, Michayla Miller, Madelynn Miller, Tyler Miller, Brianna Webb, Evan Webb, Chase Miller, Cassie Miller, Taylor Chapman, Cailyn Chapman, Joshua Chapman, Skyler Miller, Kaitlynn Miller, Nyomie Miller, Makayla Miller, Landon Miller, Greyson Miller, Kelsey Miller, and Raegen Miller. Preceded in death by wife, Marion Miller; parents, Archie Miller and Tincie Miller; children, James Miller, Jr., Roy Miller, Wayne Miller, Rodney Miller, Darlene Spyker, and Carol Ann Miller; brothers, R. T. Miller, Vernon Miller, Charles Miller and Carl Miller. Visitation at Lewiston Baptist Church, Kentwood, from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Tuesday, October 27, 2020. Services conducted by Rev. Cory Morris. Interment Lewiston Cemetery, Kentwood, LA. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Robert Spec McClendon, II

September 13, 1955 – October 17, 2020
Robert Spec McClendon, II, departed this life, no doubt fully prepared for the expedition one can only embark upon after having lived this life to the fullest. His first journey commenced in the 13th day of September, 1955 when he was born to the late Robert Spec McClendon, Sr. and Agnes Anderson McClendon. Spec, as he was known by all, was a lifelong resident of Amite, Louisiana. Though he was an avid traveler, having recounted his many intercontinental voyages time and again, he always returned to the place he called home, Amite. While his travels were always temporary, one trip in particular would change the course of his life forever. During a semester abroad in Paris, France he would go about his usual daily activities and eat in the cafeteria of the university which he was visiting. As was his custom, he would gather whatever he chose to eat, set his tray down on a table and return after collecting a drink. One fateful day however, he would return to find a disheveled, petite, but strikingly attractive young woman had casually moved his food and stolen the seat which he selected. This would prove to be one of the few events in his life which would not afford him sufficient time to deliberate, contemplate, and plan for. As it were, that disheveled but beautiful young woman was Carmen Maria Hays, now McClendon, and from that seat stealing incident in Paris, France the two would unknowingly embark upon a whirlwind romance and marriage spanning 35 years and which even death has proven unable to stop. Spec married the thief of both his seat and his heart and they returned to Amite where together they would raise their family. Not long after their marriage Carmen would give birth to their first child, Amy. Only two years later their second child, Camy, was born. As fate would have it, Spec and Carmen would be asked to answer a call which again would come from one of those unforeseen events which afford neither the opportunity to deliberate or to plan for. With the death of his sister, Ann Carroll, appearing imminent, Spec made a promise that he would care for her only child. And so it was, as he always seemed to do, Spec answered the call and took Cory, his son, under his wing. Only three years later Spec and Carmen would add a third, and final child, Jessica. As the leader of the family he made sure to instill high moral standards for his children. He would often recite his credo, first God, second family, third education, then everything else. He also made sure that his children understood the value of preparation, as he was not one to engage in a “discussion” (some might refer to those as arguments) without ensuring that he was right, his calculated approach to every situation in life is a trait which he passed to each of his children. Though his beliefs were rigid, his expectations high, his self-discipline uncanny and his desire to strive for perfection seemingly unmatched, Spec was truly a romantic, forgiving, and humble man. His daily routine began every morning with preparing breakfast and coffee for the love of his life and would be followed by ensuring that she had whatever it might be that she needed to face the day in front of her. On the other hand he would conclude every day by turning off the news and turning on whatever show she might want to watch before rubbing or scratching her back for the duration of that program. Though he spent much of his time reading and becoming acquainted with a myriad of topics, he always found time for his children and later, his Grandchildren. Whether it was playing cards, letting them sleep on his relatively plump stomach or talking on FaceTime, Papa, or Grandad, was adored by each of his six grandchildren. Aside from being an unrepentant family man, Spec was a true friend, the best a person could ask for. Unsurprisingly, he was never afraid to speak his mind and would give the most honest of opinions when called upon to do so, and sometimes even when he wasn’t. His candor and seemingly endless bank of knowledge was a quality many came to know him for. With age, as with many things, his traveling spirit would slow ever so slightly but his desire to interact with and help his fellow man would only grow. Spec was actively involved in the Catholic Church often attending seven masses a week. He was committed to assisting those less fortunate and can be credited with establishing the first soup kitchen operation at St. Helena Catholic Church in Amite. He routinely collected truckloads of food which he would deliver to multiple families each week. He was also an active member of the Board of Women’s Life Ministries, a cause that was near and dear to his heart. Ultimately, Spec leaves a legacy upon which we can all reflect and truly applaud as his was clearly a life where he put God first and prioritized his commitment to his family. Surely his physical presence will be sorely missed and his absence impossible to ignore, but his guidance and influence will linger on in those that knew and loved him for generations. He is preceded in death by his Father, Robert Spec McClendon, Sr., mother, Agnes McClendon, Sister, Ann Carroll, brother, Eric, and his beloved daughter Amy. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Carmen, sister Elizabeth and husband Clay, son Cory and wife Rachel, daughter Camy and husband Zac, daughter Jessica, and six Grandchildren, Ace, Reese, Hays, Phillip, Kat, and Reid along with many nieces, nephews and cousins. There will be a private Mass at the St. Helena Catholic Church in Amite, Louisiana due to COVID-19 restrictions beginning with the praying of the Rosary at 11:00 a.m. followed by a Mass at 12:00 p.m. A graveside service, which will be open to the public, will be conducted following the Mass at the Arcola-Roseland Cemetery in Roseland, Louisiana. In addition, Masses will be conducted on Tuesday the 27th, Wednesday the 28th and Thursday the 29th at 6:00 p.m. at Holy Ghost Catholic Church in his memory and the public is invited to attend each of those Masses to pay their respects. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

I was asked to share these photos about Community Missions of FBC, Kentwood.

Would you please be so kind to include this on the prayer link for Community Missions. These are letters from some of the students who benefit from the brown bag lunches every Friday.

We are thankful to God for sending us rain. He keeps a close watch on us and provides for our needs. I hope you feel the same way and thank Him.

Anna Lee


“[Jesus] did not give up because of the cross!

On the contrary, because of the joy that was waiting for him, he thought nothing of the disgrace of dying on the cross, and he is now seated at the right side of God’s throne.”

~Hebrews 12:2 (GNT)~

Darrell Wall asks for your prayers for lung and back issues.

Sue Smith, formerly of Kentwood, had a three month check-up following a liver transplant. All seems to be well. No sign of cancer or of organ rejection. Please keep her in your prayers. She will be having frequent checkups and taking anti-rejection medication. She asks you to consider organ donation.

Mr. “Cete” Dillon is home again. Thankfully, the stay in the hospital was short. Please continue to pray for him.

Mrs. Betty Ruth Mullins of Osyka passed away. Her obituary is not available yet. Pray for her family.

Bertie Mae Smith

January 16, 1945 – October 21, 2020

A resident of Amite, LA, passed away on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond, LA. She was born January 16, 1945 in Amite, LA and was 75 years of age. She is survived by her brothers and sisters, Norma Mae Arnone, Amite, Norman Harvey Smith, Jr., Amite, Joseph L. Smith, Yellville, AR, Johnny E. Smith, Wilson, LA, Lionel Freddie Smith, Amite, Donald L. Smith, Amite, Ronald L. Smith, Kentwood, and Annie Mae Smith, Green Forest, AR; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, great-great-nieces and great-great-nephews. Preceded in death by her parents, Norman Harvey Smith, Sr. and Johnnie Mae Keen Smith; and brother, Lewis Willie Smith. Pallbearers and honorary pallbearers will be the nephews, Daryl Smith Larry Smith, Eric Short, Travis Short, John Tarver, and Thomas Hanner. Honorary Pallbearers will be Dylan Smith, Everett Short, Jaden Griffith, Brian Fairburn, Ed Phillips, and Charles Bollingham. Visitation at Friendly Faith Tabernacle, Independence, from 5:00PM until 9:00PM on Friday and from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Interment Amite Cemetery, Amite, LA. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Read the Bible in 2020

Jeremiah 42:1-44:23
2 Timothy 2:1-21
Psalm 92:1-93:5
Proverbs 26:3-5

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Operation Christmas Child

Shoeboxes are packed.

Postage paid./Labels applied.

Boxes in cartons and sealed.

“Leftovers” being sorted for fillers and next year’s packing.

Volunteers for Drop-Off Week being accepted. Please contact me.

Schedule for November 16-23

Monday 10-12

Tuesday 2-4

Wednesday 4-6

Thursday 10-12

Friday 2-4

Saturday 10-12

Sunday 4-6

Monday 8-10

Thank you for praying today. You make a difference!

Anna Lee


“Abba, Father . . . everything is possible for you.

Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.”

~Mark 14:36 (NIV)~

Mr. Cete Dillon is having trouble sleeping at the hospital. Hopefully, he will soon be at home and able to rest.

Don Schneeweiss’ rotator cuff surgery went well yesterday. The doctor said there is an 80% chance for complete healing without additional surgery. Please continue to pray.

Sherry Grice is scheduled to be able to leave the hospital today. Pray for her continued improvement.

Doctor’s have determined Jimmy Cannon had a light stroke. Pray for him as testing continues.

Pray for Susie Sharkey as she has hip-replacement surgery. Pray for good surgery results and a complete healing in rehab.

Today, let’s pray for the people who transport the shoe boxes within the US and in countries around the world.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 22

Jeremiah 39:1-41:18
2 Timothy 1:1-18
Psalm 90:1-91:16
Proverbs 26:1-2

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I will be thankful when Covid-19 does not have such a tight hold on the people in our area. Join me in praying for a better “handle” on the Louisiana cases.

Abba, Father . . . everything is possible for you.

Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.”

Mark 14:36 (NIV)

This verse is a good starting point to our prayers for problems we face.

Anna Lee


The LORD will establish you as his holy people,

as he promised you on oath,

if you keep the commands of the LORD your God

and walk in obedience to him.

~Deuteronomy 28:9~

Today’s Prayer Requests

Sherry Grice called after her surgery yesterday. Surgery went well.

Don Schneeweiss‘ rotator cup surgery is today. Please pray all goes well.

Jimmy Cannon of Chesbrough was taken to Lakeview with heart issues. Please add him to your prayer list.

Brian Tate will be going to MDA today. After a month of treatment, he should be cancer free.

Mr. Cete Dillon is in North Oaks, room 3231. Pray for him and for
“Miss” Ruby who wasn’t allowed to go with him for the first time.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 21

Jeremiah 37:1-38:28
1 Timothy 6:1-21
Psalm 89:38-52
Proverbs 25:28

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Today, let’s pray for the groups around us who are in the packing of “shoeboxes” process. What a joy it is to pack a box and think of the child who will receive the box. Thank God for the volunteer packers are each site.

Anna Lee


Praise the LORD.Blessed are those who fear the LORD,

who find great delight in his commands.

~Psalm 112:1~

Please remember to pray for Sherry Grice as she has surgery today and Don Schneeweiss as he has surgery tomorrow. Thanks!

Please continue to pray for those who have Covid-19.

Operation Christmas Child – Yesterday’s plan was for the shoebox cartons to be picked up in Hammond and brought to the church. With some hard working volunteers though, the shoeboxes from our church were packed into cartons. That a big check-off on our list.

Filler Items – Speaking of shoeboxes, we always seem to have some items that don’t make it into the boxes before they are filled. This surely happens to others too. You can pack them up and send them as fillers to be used at our processing site in Dallas. Please pack them in a box that looks nothing like a shoebox. They can be added to other boxes as needed. There is no postage charge for sending them. When our church was first a drop-off site, we didn’t receive any filler items. Since then, we have sent and received filler from some area churches. Those who work at the processing sites are thrilled to have quality items to add as needed.

FBC, Kentwood will again serve as a drop-off location November 16 – November 23. What an honor it is have the opportunity to help all these boxes sent on to Dallas. The times for drop-off at FBC, Kentwood are listed on the Samaritan’s Purse site. I’ll give them here too, so would have a choice of writing them down or looking them up.

Monday – 10-12

Tuesday – 2-4

Wednesday – 4-6

Thursday – 10-12

Friday – 2-4

Saturday – 10-12

Sunday 4-6

Monday – 8-10

It’s certainly not too late to pack shoeboxes for you family, class, club, or church. Let me know if I can help you in any way.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 20

Jeremiah 35:1-36:32
1 Timothy 5:1-25
Psalm 89:14-37
Proverbs 25:25-27

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Today, please pray for all the people who minister in Jesus name through church ministry, serving a s missionaries, working in church camps, working in disaster relief, helping with foster care, homeless, etc. Thank God for people who take advantage of the opportunities we all have to serve Him.

Anna Lee


For we did not follow cleverly devised stories when we told you about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in power, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty.

~2 Peter 1:16~

Mr. Frank Erwin is hospitalized. Please add him to your prayer list. As you pray for him, please pray for “Miss” Barbara.

Today, let’s also pray for our police officers, EMT’s, and military personal. I’m sure they will be appreciative all of our prayers.

Please pray for the boys and girls who will receive the “shoeboxes” packed by FBC, Kentwood. We will receive out cartons today, so they will soon be filled with the shoeboxes, one step closer to the boys and girls.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 19

Jeremiah 33:1-34:22
1 Timothy 4:1-16
Psalm 89:1-13
Proverbs 25:23-24

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Have you checked out the new location of the HOPE CENTER in Roseland. It is on the west side of 51 just south of the curve south of town. They are not open today, but you can make your plans to visit another day this week. You can shop or make deliveries there.

Anna Lee


“I am not really alone,

because the Father is with me.”

~John 16:32 (GNT)~

The “shoeboxes” are packed and ready to be placed in the cartons when we receive them, which should be tomorrow. Thank-you so much to all who contributed items or money for postage. I wish I could travel along with the boxes, but know my contribution is doing my part in Kentwood.

The first picture is the “before”. The “after” is shown in the last picture.

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This 100 boxes you see here were the first ones that were paced yesterday. All these pictures were made yesterday, but think of this times six! We packed Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. I cannot thank the volunteers this week enough. They worked hard and had sweet spirits. Their focus was on the children who will receive the boxes. (All those who worked yesterday or on the other two days are not pictured.)

Please pray for the McClendon family of Amite. I was informed that one passed away due to covid this week. Another sibling is hospitalized at this time.

Mrs. Agnes McClendon was instrumental in the education of many AHS students. She was a good teacher and had the ability to make all her students feel special. I was ahead of her children in school, but did have the opportunity to teach one of the boys.

Patrick Charles Reno

June 02, 1968 – October 16, 2020

A resident of Kentwood, LA, passed away on Friday, October 16, 2020 at his home. He was born June 2, 1968 in New Orleans, LA and was 52 years of age. He is survived by his parents, Charles Patrick Reno and Bertha Argus Reno; sister, Tiffany Reno Pecquet and husband, Paul; brother, John Charles Reno and wife, Rebecca; girlfriend, Silvya Pereda. He is also survived by his nieces, Kaylyn Pecquet Shaw and husband Daniel; Kelcey Pecquet (Austin); Kirsten Pecquet (Jay); Skylar Reno (Danny); and his nephews Chad Reno, Joshua Reno (Destiny), Joey Reno (Kenzley). He will be sadly missed by a large family of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Visitation at Mckneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, from 10:00AM until 11:00AM with a rosary at 11:00AM on Monday, October 26, 2020. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com

Dorothy “Dot” M. Hayden McDaniel

January 05, 1937 – October 16, 2020

For I am already being offered, and the time of my departure is come. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith:

II Timothy 4:6-7

A resident of Kentwood, LA, passed away on Friday, October 16, 2020 surrounded by her family. She was born January 5, 1937 in Louisville, KY and was 83 years of age. She is survived by 3 daughters, Paula M. Cutrer and husband, Richard, Dera H. Hughes and husband, Mark, and Johnette L. Doty and husband, Richard; grandchildren, Stacy Haase and husband, Timmy, Jamie Clark and wife, Christine, Kamie Harper and husband, Caleb, Kevin Cutrer and wife, Michelle, Ricky Cutrer and wife, Jeanie, Daniel Hughes and wife, Laura, Elizabeth Cash and husband, Shane, Kelly S. Payne, Ricky Simmons and wife, Stacie, Jeremy Simmons and wife, Kelly, Andrew Doty and wife Brittany, and Jeremy Doty; great grandchildren, Bethany Dunn and husband, Caleb, Emiley, Lexi, Mason, Ella, Sammy, Hannah, Caleb , Nathan, Tessa, Avelyn, Nadya, Iyla, Logan, Seth, Blaine, Andrew, Zack, Madalynne, Hannah Kay, Hayden, Christopher, Lauren, Madison, Bailey, Brody, Emma, Leah, Ezra, and Abram; great-great-granddaughter, Alyse; great granddaughter and great-great grandson on the way; brother, Joseph M. Mayfield Jr. and wife, Doris; special sister, Mary Mayfield; numerous nieces and nephews she dearly cherished. Preceded in death by her parents, Joseph M. Mayfield Sr. and Mary Aikens Mayfield; brothers, Robert, Roy and Raymond; sisters, Margaret, Edith, and Edna; niece, Donna Jean. Graveside Services will be held at Woodland Cemetery, Kentwood, LA at 11:00AM Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Services conducted by Pastor Kevin Dunn. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers make donations to Eagle Heights Community Church Children’s ministry Tickfaw, LA. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Read the Bible in 2020 – October 18

Jeremiah 31:27-32:44
1 Timothy 3:1-16
Psalm 88:1-18
Proverbs 25:20-22

Someone asked about David’s blood level Friday. He had blood work done later that day. The results are in. It’s 11.7! Anything above 10 does not require Procrit. He has already had a month and a half without Procrit (since he was given iron) and has worked harder than he was able to work in the past few years. Thank-you to our great medical team at Ochsner for the fantastic care and to all his prayer warriors who pray for him regularly. These “better days” have been a special blessing.

Participate in one or more church’s worship services today. Be blessed. FBC, Kentwood will worship at 10:30 this morning and 6:00 this evening.

Anna Lee