Lord, let your ear be attentive

to the prayer of this your servant

and to the prayer of your servants

who delight in revering your name.

Give your servant success today

by granting him favor

in the presence of this man.”

I was cupbearer to the king.

~Nehemiah 1:11~


Wayne McNabb had a procedure that went well and should be home by now.  Thank God for this improvement.


Glenda (Sherer) Eads

February 6, 1941 ~ September 1, 2017 (age 76)



Don’t forget to bring your food/cleaning supplies donations for LA Baptist Children’s Home.  You have two more weeks to bring them to FBC, Kentwood.

Operation Christmas Child – Please bring your donations of pens and hair brushes to my classroom before Sunday School tomorrow or to the tote under the stairs to the balcony.

Carpenters for Christ (Perry Lee, formerly of Easleyville)

My name is Perry lee. I grew up north of Easleyville and married Janella Adams from Kentwood. My brother George and Alice attend FBC Kentwood.
I have lived in MS for 42 years and served as County Agent for Miss State University for 32 years and State Senator for 12 years.
I have worked with 125 Christian men from 13 Southeastern states in a group called Carpenters for Christ. The group has been in existence for 32 years and has built a church somewhere in the southeastern states each year. We built a church in the Lafayette community around 20 years ago.
We were in Illinois last summer and are presently seeking God’s direction for next June. We would love to talk with anyone who needs help in rebuilding God’s house after this catastrophe.
We build from the slab up and try to dry it in the week we are on site in June. We are not equipped to remodel.
I can be reached at (601) 955-6753 or home (601) 846-1178 for further details.


Needed – Someone to transport a lady to McComb on the 13th and/or to Brookhaven on the 18th.  You can contact me to volunteer.



Read the Bible – Matthew 21-22 & Psalm 91

Baptist Press


Have a good day today.  Serve God and others.

Anna Lee


Baptist Press Articles Yesterday

Ala. coach finds Christ, renews football zeal

Former University of Alabama football coach Mike DuBose says his two favorite words in the Bible are “but God” in Ephesians 2:4. He believes the description of spiritual transformation those words introduce mirrors the work of God he has experienced, beginning toward the end of a trying stint nearly two decades ago as leader of one of college football’s winningest programs.

Baptist crews on site; Trump calls nation to prayer

Southern Baptist crews from Texas churches continue feeding operations. In Washington, President Trump signed a proclamation designating Sunday (Sept. 3) as a National Day of Prayer for people impacted by Harvey’s historic onslaught in Texas and Louisiana.

Trump meets with SBC’s Ezell, other relief leaders

President Donald Trump meets with Kevin Ezell of the North American Mission Board and leaders of the American Red Cross and Salvation Army to discuss relief efforts in south Texas.

Moore joins call for ‘solution’ for childhood immigrants

Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore is among a coalition of evangelicals urging government leaders not to deport individuals brought to the United States illegally when they were children.

LifeWay, WMU commit to helping Houston-area churches recover

In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey to Houston-area churches, LifeWay Christian Resources and Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) were among those this week offering support through the recovery process.

9/11 petition seeks annual prayer, fasting, repentance

The interdenominational Christian group “In God We Trust” has collected more than 97,000 signatures in petitioning President Donald Trump to declare Sept. 11 an annual day of prayer, fasting and repentance.

Financial tips for churches, ministries in wake of Harvey

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, GuideStone Financial Resources is offering tips for churches and ministries faced with property damage and claims.