Sometimes it takes a painful experience
to make us change our ways.
Proverbs 20:30 (GNT)
Thursday, May 1, 2008 has been set aside for National Day of Prayer. The official website is located at http://www.ndptf.org/home/index.cfm?&Flash=1 Spend a little time on the site to learn various ways you can become involved in praying. In Kentwood, you can join others at te monument by the city hall at 12:30 Thursday. If you cannot be there, pray wherever you are.
Mrs. Micky Cade’s grandson, James (21), had an accident in the fog Friday morning. Pray for him as he receives treatment for his injuring.
Curt Martin was able to work on his job and with On Mission in Kentwood. He said the problem in his leg is much better. Please continue to pray for complete healing.
Jesse Dean is about the same. Pray for him as he continues therapy.
The youth of FBC, Kenwood will have a spaghetti fund raiser to earn money for summer camp. It will be takeout only and donations only.
If you have not already volunteered for VBS, please contact the church office or Judy Fowler. Mark your calendar for June 9-13 8:30-11:30 A.M.
Deacons for the week will be Robert Callihan and Bubba Hulkaby. Please feel free to call them if you need them.
“At the name of Jesus every knee should bow…” (Philippians 2:10).
Mike Benson, Editor
“Truth is so scarce that nearly everyone is suspect…
Business people, advertisers, commentators, clerks, salesmen, lawyers, doctors, tradesmen, teachers, writers, politicians, and even many, if not most, preachers are suspect. Our whole society is largely built on a network of fabrication, of manufactured “truth.” We shade the truth, we cheat, we exaggerate, we misrepresent income tax deductions, we make promises we have no intention of keeping, we make up excuses, and betray confidences-all as a matter of normal, everyday living.” (John MacArthur)
“But let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ For whatever is more than these is from the evil one” (Matt. 5:37).
Have a wonderful week.