“You have heard that it was said,

‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’

But I tell you, love your enemies

and pray for those who persecute you,

that you may be children of your Father in heaven.

He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good,

and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.

~ Matthew 5:43-45 (NIV)~


Pray for Majel Dean.  She had to return to the hospital following knee surgery because of fever.

Debbie M. Wilkinson has been diagnosed with a form of cancer that has spread to her liver.  She is returning home after being at M.D. Anderson.  Pray for her and for her family.

Michael Catalanotto had a serious stroke.  He’s still in North Oaks.  Please pray for him as he goes through extensive rehab.

Koltyn Gafford has a virus.  He is at the hospital getting some help because his situation makes the virus much more difficult to remedy.

Maddie, daughter of Jamie Lynn Spears, is reported to be alert and responsive.  Join the family in thanking God for this miracle.

The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary reports no tornado despite much damage in their area.  With all the tornadoes yesterday, God surely protected us.  It could have been much worse in SE Louisiana yesterday.  As items for tornado relief are delivered to Petal, MS today, we have a more local need to address.  LA Baptist Disaster Relief teams will be “on the ground” doing damage assessment and giving the service of chaplains in eastern New Orleans today.  Check back tomorrow to learn of new needs.  Thank God for protecting the people during the seven tornadoes.  No lives were lost.


Today’s Bible Reading – Leviticus 26-27 and Psalm 39


Children on Mission, youth, and  adults will meet tonight at 6:00 at FBC,K.


Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart,

as working for the Lord,

not for human masters.

  ~Colossians 3:23~

“To the Work” (In light of the tornadoes and all those who need material and spiritual assistance)


Join me in thanking God for sparing so many lives and so much property yesterday.  Pray for those affected.

Anna Lee