Tuesday

 

But even if you should suffer for what is right, you are blessed.

“Do not fear their threats ; do not be frightened.”

~1 Peter 3:14~

 

George Cutrer of Osyka is recovering well following two surgeries.  Thank God for George’s progress.

Several people many of us know have had surgery and are doing well.  Thank God for their good reports.

 

 

Shelton “Shell” Ballard

January 25, 1931 – October 29, 2017

A resident of Chesbrough passed away on Sunday, October 29, 2017 at North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond. He was born January 25, 1931 in Amite and was 86 years of age. He was a former Justice of the Peace, Tangipahoa Parish 4th Ward, from 1969 until 1981. He was a retired carpenter and a member of Chesbrough Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Edwina V. Ballard; son, Brett Ballard and wife, Angela “Boo Boo” Travis Ballard; 2 grandchildren, Shelbi Lyn Ballard and Braydon Lane Ballard; and his brother, Van Earl Ballard, Sr. and wife, Betty. Preceded in death by his parents, Guy Henry Ballard and Alberta Lawrence Ballard; and his brothers and sisters, Angus Ballard, Taylor Ballard, Guy “Pete” Ballard, Jr., Winfred “Toots” Ballard, Elma Rae “Tot” VanDyke, Glenn Ballard,  Jewell Ballard Martin and Troy Ballard. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 6 PM until 9 PM, Tuesday, and from 8 AM until religious services at 10 AM Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Services conducted by Rev. Richard Magee. Interment Hyde Cemetery, Chesbrough. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

 

Read the Bible – I Corinthians 9-10 & Psalm 145

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This morning at 9:00, some people will be needed to put prepared labels on the shoeboxes.  Others will be moving tables and chairs in preparation for the Operation Christmas Child Packing Party which will be Saturday at 4 P.M.  Please bring some Christmas snacks when you come.

“A Legacy of Faith” – http://alegacyoffaith.us/

 

“The Great Physician”

At the first appointment, David and the doctor were talking about death and heaven.  David told the doctor his medical skills would not be needed in heaven.  The doctor said that was true, but he felt sure God had a second career for him in heaven.  He would have to find out what those plans are when he gets there.  David told him to practice up on his singing so he can be in the choir.  No boring appointments when David is around!

We’re ready!  Are you?  If not, talk to us or a minister of your choice, but get ready.  You never know when your time here on earth will be ended.  Besides, life is better (and more fun) as a Christian!

Anna Lee