For I am convinced that neither death nor life,

neither angels nor demons,

neither the present nor the future,

nor any powers, 

neither height nor depth,

nor anything else in all creation,

will be able to separate us from the love of God

that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

~Romans 8:38-39~


“The Love of God” – One of my favorites!



We’ve prayed for Carl Wayne Stevens, formerly of this area, many times over the last eight years.  He is still battling the complications from a stroke.  His attitude is good.  His helper, Nora, is faithful.  Let’s let our prayers be faithful too.


Josiah Huckaby – Update by KK Huckaby

What a difference a week makes! Today is day 140 in the NICU. Josiah has continued to improve and when I went to see him last Wednesday, they had swapped him from the invasive vent to a non-invasive vent. The staff have also been amazed at the difference & how far he has come. He did have a little problem last night…his central line came out & he’s on some many meds that a normal IV line is not sufficient. So he had to be put back on the invasive vent for the procedure to replace the central line (which went really well). They are working on weaning him as soon as possible. We are praising God that he is back on the vent because of a procedure & not because he required it!!! Also, he is growing like a weed. He is 10lbs 2oz & 25.5 inches now. Thanks for all the prayers! God is so good!!!



The children’s missions class will meet at 6 P.M. tonight.  Please share your children and grandchildren with us for one hour each week.


Pray for the mission team from East Fork Baptist Church as they continue to work and represent God’s name in Guatemala.


Baptist Press


Read the Bible – Esther 1-5 & Psalm 53


Operation Christmas Child – FBC, Kentwood is collecting highlighters, markers, and crayons this week.  Bring your items to my Sunday School classroom before Sunday School.  We’re sorting and counting items as they come it.  Remember these dates:  November 4 Packing Party & November13-20 Collection of Packed Shoeboxes at FBC, Kentwood.  We will be receiving shoeboxes from schools, clubs, businesses, churches, and individuals.  The more we pack the more children we impact.  Each one represents one more child whose life will be changed.


I hope you will continue to help with the shoeboxes as well as you did with the notebooks the first week of collection at FBC.  Thank-you so much!

Anna Lee