Friday

     “As far as the east is from the west,

so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.”

~Psa. 103:12~

Betty Slocum’s grandson, Travis Tackett, was in an accident Wednesday night.  He is at UMC where he has had surgery for a broken him.  He is doing well and is in a regular room, but will require a lot of recovery time.  Pray for this family and for the others involved in the accident.

Ladd Turner’s update on his brother, Dan

He has been recommended for a “final” stage of therapy that is really designed to try to get him back to work. He still has a long road ahead of him as brain injuries don’t heal quickly. He is still working on regaining 100% use of his left arm and leg. He’s already come a long way with both. He knows it takes time but his personality is such that he does not like being held back by anything. Pray that he continues to keep his hard working attitude as he continues to heal, please.

Thanks, Ladd.

Mrs. Annie Bell Harrell got sick Wednesday night and was taken to Greensburg and then Covington.  Her problem was NOT her heart as first expected.  She will have a follow-up appointment and tests with a specialist.  She returned home late last night.  Continue to pray for Mr. Philip and “Miss” Annie Bell as well as their family.

Seth Houeye, grandson of Frances Gay and Bea Houeye, had a baseball injury involving his head and a bat.  He has been tested and determined he will be okay.  Thank God this injury was not any worse.  Pray for Seth and his family during this time.

Connor Corkern and his family have hopes of being home this weekend. Pray Connor’s fever and rash completely leave his little body.

Sammy "Sambo" Relan

Sammy “Sambo” Relan

Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home

Sammy W. “Sambo” Relan, 72 years old of Hammond, Louisiana, passed away on Wednesday, March 27, 2013, at his residence.

He was born on Friday, January 3, 1941, in Independence, son of the late Charles and Josephine Cascio Relan.

Surviving are his daughters & sons-in-law, Sandra and David Harper, Sammi and John Dorsa, son & daughter-in-law, Randy and KellyRelan, son, Charles M. Relan, 8 grandchildren, Betsy Collard, David Harper II, Joy Forshag, Margaret Aikman, McKenzie Aikman, Joshua Aikman, Zachary Dorsa, Samuel Dorsa, great-granddaughter, Miah Grace Collard, brothers, Frank Relan, and Charles Relan Jr.

He is preceded in death by his brothers, Bennie and Joe Joe Relan.

Friends will be received on Monday, April 1, 2013 from 9:00 am until 11:00 am at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home in Hammond.

Services will be held in the funeral home chapel in Hammond on Monday, at 11:00 am, with Rev. Steve Farmer officiating.

Interment will follow in the Amite Memorial Gardens Amite, Louisiana.

Baptist Press – BPNews.net  – My favorite “newspaper”!

Hebrews 1:1 – James 3:12

DISASTER RELIEF CHAPLAINCY/CRISIS INTERVENTION (SBC) –  One of the options available for working with disaster relief and part of the NAMB funded through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.

 

http://www.namb.net/chaplaincy-crisis-intervention/

 

From Brandy Potts

We will be have a “HE IS RISEN” walk saturday. Park at FBC in kentwood at 9:00 and be shuttled to Spring Creek Crossroads for 9:30 where we will start walking. If u get tired and can not walk anymore there will be a van following us for u to get in and ride the rest of the way. We will also have a resting point at the top of the hill where there will be water for u. Please come out and join us on this walk.

Jesus is the reason for the season! (A gentle reminder!)

Anna Lee

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