The Sovereign LORD is my strength;

he makes my feet like the feet of a deer,

he enables me to tread on the heights.

~Habakkuk 3:19~


Continued prayers are appreciated for Mike (and Colleen) Strickland.  Mike is in ICU in McComb.




Mansell Stinson and Bessie Hayden are both having diabetes related issues.  Please be in prayer for both of them.




I remember Bro. Ham when he was serving as pastor of FBC, Amite.  His wife and I were teacher friends.

Br. Jim Ham, former pastor of Amite FBC in the 1970’s passed away on Friday, January 19, 2018 at the age of 93.

“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your mind, and with all your soul “, this is my description of Br. Jim Ham. His deepest desire was not in the things of God, or the favor of God, but for God Himself. He was an extraordinary servant of God, a dedicated shepherd of God’s people, a prayer warrior, and devoted friend. His passion for God’s word and his excellent storytelling skills made his sermons unforgettable. When I asked him what he wanted written on his tombstone he answered, “JESUS PAID IT ALL”! At the age of 93 and legally blind, he was still preaching and witnessing at his assisted living home, waking at 5:00 A.M. for prayer, and serving his Savior with his last breath. We send our heartfelt condolences to his family. He will be sorely missed, but I know he will be waiting for us to join him in heaven.
Funeral services on Tuesday, January 23rd 11:00 A.M. at Nelson Funeral Home in Fayette, AL

William Clark Wilson

February 23, 1960 – January 18, 2018

William Clark Wilson, 57, a resident of Magnolia, MS passed away January 18, 2018 at his residence.  Visitation will be Monday January 22, 2018 from 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Terry’s Creek Baptist Church and will continue on Tuesday from 1:00 PM until services at 3:00 PM at the church.  Burial will be in the Bond Family Cemetery.  Rev. David Fortenberry and Rev. LaVerne Summerlin will officiate.  Hartman Jones Funeral Home will handle the arrangements.

Mr. Wilson was born February 23, 1960 to William Esco Wilson and Virginia Rimes Wilson. He was a member of Terry’s Creek Baptist Church. Mr. Wilson was an ordained minister.  He loved to volunteer his time for mission work. The family has traveled; doing music ministry, construction, prison ministry, nursing home ministry and disaster relief, for over twelve years.  Mr. Wilson worked in construction and as a gunsmith for several years.  He would teach his sons many skills by allowing them to work along side of him.  He loved his God, his wife; of over thirty-seven years, his children.  He showed his family he loved them by teaching them to love the Lord and seek his will on every decision. To live by God’s word and example.  The family enjoyed their time together by camping, and he would spend time with the boys hunting.  Mr. Wilson was described as a “gentleman with a servants heart, always putting others above himself”.   He served in the National Guard.

He is preceded in death by his parents, a son; John Silas Wilson, a daughter; Joy Wilson and an infant, a brother; William Barry Wilson.

He is survived by his wife; Denise Bond Wilson of Magnolia, six sons and daughters-in-law; Luke Wilson and Sarah, Jacob Wilson, all of Magnolia; Levi Wilson and Anna of Brookhaven, Jonah Wilson, Seth Wilson and Daniel Wilson, all of Magnolia, three daughters and a son-in-law; Allison Wilson of Magnolia, Lana Wilson Weeks and Shelby of Brookhaven and Rachel Wilson of Magnolia, three sisters and brothers-in-law; Cindy Newman and Bub of Liberty, Mignon Kucia and Jerry of Clinton, and Penny Wilkinson and Kenny of Brandon, along with numerous other nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Pallbearers will be his sons:  Luke, Jacob, Levi, Jonah, Seth and Daniel Wilson.




IMB article in Baptist Press –




Read the Bible – Exodus 5-6, Psalm 9, & Matthew 17




Tuesday, the “Young” Ladies will celebrate January birthdays at The Cafe at 11:00.  Ladies, please join us for lunch and birthday cake.




Friday morning at 10:00, the Bible study will be on Ezekiel 38-39.



I’m looking forward to services at church Sunday morning and Sunday evening.  Sunday School begins at  9:15.  Services Sunday and Wednesday evenings begin at 6 P.M.  You are welcome to visit us if you are seeking a church home.

Anna Lee


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