Monday

Surely, LORD, you bless the righteous;

you surround them with your favor as with a shield.

~Psalm 5:12~

 

 

Pray for Wayne McNabb.  He will be readmitted to North Oaks Tuesday for by-pass surgery.

 

Miss Fay Shoemaker will have her aeorta repaired at Ochsner on the 21st.  Pray for her as she prepares for the surgery.

 

Ricky Mapes, son of Andy and Betty Taylor, is having some testing on his heart in McComb.  Pray for him and for his family.

 

Donna Fay Miller has been having a-fib issues for a while.  She had to go to the hospital in Baton Rouge yesterday morning.  I haven’t been able to get an update yet.

 

Betty Fussell is in Ochsner again.  Please pray for her, her family, her friends, and her medical staff.

 

Please continue to remember the victims of Hurricane Harvey.  Do your part.

 

 

Read the Bible – Matthew 25-26 & Psalm 93

 

Baptist Presshttp://bpnews.net

 

 

Mission Opportunities

  • Operation Christmas Child – This week we are collecting $1.00 calculators (Walmart) and an extra set of three AAA batteries.  Donations to pay the shipping on the shoeboxes can be given at any time.  Our packing party will be Nov. 3rd in the fellowship hall.  Collection of shoeboxes from area churches will be done at FBC, Kentwood again after that.
  • Fall Food Round-up for Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home – Two weeks from today the truck from LBCH  will be here to pick up the items we leave under the office stairwell.  Items they need include mayonnaise. napkins, salad dressings, pop tarts, rice, body wash. bottled juices, children’s cereals, canned fruit, hand soap, and sanitizer.
  • LA Baptist Disaster Relief – Teams of volunteers for cooking, mud-out, counseling, child care, showers, washing of clothes, etc. are already in place.  The needs are many.  Go or give as you feel led.
  • Two Rivers Associational WMU meeting one week for today.  We will meet at 10 A.M. at FBC, Amite to learn about Louisiana Missions.  Rev. Don Meadows of Taylor Creek Baptist Church will be our guest speak.  Our meeting will close will a covered-dish meal. We always have an open meeting, so even if you have not been before or your church does not have an active WMU, you are welcome to come.
  • Georgia Barnette Offering for Louisiana Missions will begin soon.
  • Paperback Bibles for the Tangipahoa Parish Jail inmates.  I had a request from the team that goes each week for more Bibles.

 

 

Revival at FBC, Kentwood will begin on Sunday, September 18th and continue through Wednesday, September 21st.

 

 

Join FBC,Kentwood for regular services each Sunday at 9:15 A.M. and 6:00 P.M and Wednesdays at 6 P.M.

 

Have a great week of sharing Jesus in various ways.  
Anna Lee