But from everlasting to everlasting the LORD’s love is with those who fear him, and his righteousness with their children’s children—

~Psalm 103:17~



Vincent Arnone, Sr.

April 28, 1940 – May 28, 2018

Vincent Arnone, Sr., a resident of Kentwood, passed away on Monday, May 28, 2018. He was born April 28, 1940 in Hammond and was 78 years of age. He is survived by his wife, Selena Arnone; children, Vincent Arnone, Jr., Harvey Arnone, Pauline Franklin, Melissa Landry, Joseph Arnone, Joshua Shirah and Kacie Bennett; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; and his 2 sisters, Josie Ruffino and Catherine Arnone. Preceded in death by his daughter, Mary Lambert; son, Wayne Arnone; parents, Joe and Paulina Arnone and  4 brothers, Salvadore, Tony, Felix and Angelo Arnone.  Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from  6 PM until 9 PM on Friday, June 1, 2018. Memorial Services will be held at 7 PM. For an online guestbook, visit




Read the Bible

  • 2 Kings 1-3
  • Ps. 69
  • Rom. 9



Friday Morning Bible Study – Romans 11



VBS begins Sunday night with a kick-off and follows with classes Monday – Friday from 8:30-11:30.  Our theme is “Shipwrecked”.   Contact the church office to pre-register and to purchase a t-shirt.



Children in Action – In missions, children are taught there are four aspects of missions, learn, pray, give, and do.  Last night our class (of all girls last night) untangled hundreds of necklaces, sorted, and packaged beads that have been donated for Operation Christmas Child.  We left our regular schedule to “do” missions!  Most of these beads will be used as fillers for shoeboxes when they arrive in Dallas.                                                      We will be working on lots of doing in the next weeks and months.  I hope you have June 16th marked on your calendar.  We will meet in the fellowship hall from 9-12 that morning to work on the “do” aspect of missions some more.  EVERYONE is invited to participate!




When we have the next WMU meeting in July, we will focus on doing.  We will have tables set up with various churches showing some of the items their members are creating to share in various mission projects.  For adults, there are the same four aspects of missions, learn, pray, give, and do.  We hope to learn from each others, so we can do more and thus share more.  I challenge each church in the association to show us what you are doing and teach someone else how they may can do the same.  Let’s share our ideas.  Let’s bring the children demonstrate and to learn.

Anna Lee