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. Harlon Toney‘s last information from his doctor is that the problem is not as bad as first thought.  The doctor is scheduling a non-invasive surgery for two weeks.  Please pray for Mr. Harlon and his family.

Bubba Hulkaby continues to improve.  Please continue to pray.

Mark Shaw also continues to pray.  Pray for him and his family, especially my friend, Coach Shaw.

Jimmy Schwartz is amazing.  His personality is still the same even though Jimmy is in a hospital bed.  Keep praying for Jimmy and his amazed family.

Sammy Broyles is in Hood Memorial Rehab.  Pray for him and for Sheila.

Carl Cutrer, who now lives in the Osyka area, has been  “under the weather”, but is improving.

Linda Graves of East Fork led the music at our associational WMU meeting Monday and sang a beautiful solo, but developed serious health issues Tuesday.  She is now in Ochsner, New Orleans.  She is still undergoing tests to determine the extent of her problem while doctors are making decisions about her treatment.  Please pray for her.


Scripture WritingColossians 2:6-10 


Devotional, Scripture, Quote, and a Song


I have a confession to make.  I dearly love teaching Children in Action (missions) and helping boys and girls learn and do missions.  They are excited about helping to pack the shoeboxes on the 29th.  They have already spent their mission offering money to purchase needed items and given their efforts in preparing some of the items such as the school boxes that will be going in the boxes.  Plan to be a part of a wonderful night.  Wear your Christmas colors, bring a Christmas snack, and put on a big smile.  Your heart will be warmed!  We are still collecting individually wrapped hard candy.  It will be very helpful to have your donation in by Sunday.

Tonight, we gather at the cabin for our monthly Third Thursday gathering.  I look forward to seeing many of you tonight at 6:30.

Anna Lee