Sunday

Please be sure you have changed your clock back one hour!

 

 May the God of hope

fill you with all joy and peace

as you trust in him,

so that you may overflow with hope

by the power of the Holy Spirit.

~Romans 15:13~

 

Operation Christmas Child – We packed and boxed all 350 “shoeboxes” in an hour last night.  Thank so much to all who helped!  It was indeed a  group effort!  May many little hearts and lives be touched by this ministry.

 

Sue said Phil Connelly was beginning to feel better.  Let’s pray for them during this healing time.

 

The World Day of Prayer will be celebrated tomorrow at Kedron at 10:00 A.M.  Come to learn and pray with us.  A potluck meal will follow the meeting.  Our associational WMU project for November is collecting religious Christmas cards and placing stamps on each envelope.  The cards can be turned in at the Lottie Moon Tea on December 3rd at FBC, Kentwood.  The cards will be delivered to the jails in Amite and Greensburg the first week of December. The speaker for the tea is Rachel Bailey Robbins, a Tangipahoa parish native who served in the Czech Republic.

History of the World Day of Prayer http://worlddayofprayer.net/about.html

 

Read the Bible – II Corinthians 3-4 & Psalm 150.

 

May the light of the Lord shine in your life today!

Anna Lee