“God . . . invited you into this wonderful friendship with his Son, even Christ our Lord.”
~1 Corinthians 1:9 TLB~
For some reason a lot of people couldn’t see the updates yesterday. Sorry about that. Josiah did great with the surgery & has been doing really well today. They took the catheter out late this morning and urology has stopped by several times today. They are very pleased with his post-op status and with how his incision looks. They will continue to monitor him over the next several days just to make sure everything is still looking good. He has been awake more this afternoon & has given me a several little smiles. And everyone is missing those…everytime someone comes in his room the first thing they say is how much they are missing his smiles and laughter today. Also, we want to thank everyone for their prayers. We definitely felt them yesterday. To God be the glory!!!
Joanne Seymour has been released from the hospital in New York where she had cancer surgery. She is not sure when her next treatment will begin.
Mrs. Ruby LeTard has been transferred from North Oaks to Ochsner, New Orleans, for a surgery that cannot be done in Hammond. Please pray for her.
Read the Bible
- I Samuel 25-27
- Eccl. 11:1-5
- Acts 12
Children in Action will meet tonight at 6 P.M. in their classroom at FBC, Kentwood.
Friday Morning Bible Study – Romans 7
Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes and instructions will be available Sunday at FBC, Kentwood. It’s not too early to begin doing projects, making purchases, and buying items to share with a child that might not otherwise have a gift at Christmas. Mainly, it is an opportunity for a family to learn about Jesus. Each box usually impacts seven lives! See me if you have any questions.