Saturday

Greater love has no one than this:

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

~John 15:13~

 

Sherman Cutrer‘s A-fib returned.  Needless to say, he did not get to come home yet.  Pray as the doctors work to get his medication adjusted to keep the A-fib at bay. Pray for the family, especially Jewell Kay.

Mrs. Catherine Yarborough has be in and out of the hospital again.  Remember her and her family in your prayers.

Ruthie Dykes is still at Hood Memorial.  She is better, but not ready to go home.

Justin Lambert (33) was in a motorcycle accident a few days ago.  He’s in Jackson, MS. and only has one broken bone.  Pray for him and his family and other health issues are addressed.

Jeana Lee-Newton, daughter of Ricky and Brenda Russell, will be admitted to the hospital Monday for a very important surgery. Pray for her, the medical staff, and her family.

 

The VBS program at Kentwood involved many of the children who had been in attendance all week.  It always thrills my heart to be able to teach in Bible school and hopefully plant a “seed” of missions in young hearts.  Thanks to the children for coming, the parents, and the workers at VBS.  New Zion will have their program at 6:00 Sunday night.

Right off my head, I know that Roseland, Spring Creek, and the Lord’s Church will be having VBS next week.  May “seeds”continued to be planted and nurtured.

 

Wendell Rhodus, youth minister at Oyska and former youth at Kentwood, will be ordained into the ministry at FBC Sunday night at 6 P.M.  You are invited to honor Wendell with your presence and your prayers.

 

Scripture WritingEphesians 4: 26-27

WaylonBailey.com

ThomRainer.com

 

Devotional, Scripture, and a Song

 

Reminder – Gospel Opry tonight in East McComb.  

  • 3062 Hwy. 98, McComb
  • 1-601-600-6704
  • Enjoy supper and some great Southern Gospel music TONIGHT

 

Thanks to each of you who takes time to read and pray daily.  You impact many lives!

Anna Lee