“I’m a mess.
I’m nothing and have nothing;
make something of me.
You [God] can do it;
you’ve got what it takes.”
~Psalm 40:17 The Message~
Connor Corkern (Written last night)
What a blessing it is to be loved by so many wonderful people!
I had a great day today! I’m holding my own with minimal oxygen support, however your prayers for my pneumonia to clear up in my left lung are still very appreciated!
God is so good! 🙌
Love love love you all!
Rev. Bobby Spinks was having medical tests as part of the process of qualifying to serve as a missionary with the IMB when the doctor detected one or more cancerous nodules in Bobby’s throat. Surgery will be very soon. Please pray for Bobby and his family.
Mrs. Cindi Richards had knee-replacement surgery and was up walking the hallway within a few hours. Keep her and Bro. Gene in your prayers.
Jon-Michael Williams passed away at the Richard Murphy Hospice House in Hammond, Louisiana on Sunday, June 3, 2018, at the age of 25. He was born on Friday, November 6, 1992. Jon-Michael was a native of Roseland, Louisiana and a resident of Tickfaw, Louisiana. He graduated from Hammond High School in 2011, and was a member of both the football and baseball teams. He also played travel ball for Robbie Roubique. He was loved by so many friends and will be greatly missed by all. Jon-Michael is survived by his mother, Brenda Gill Williams; God-sister, Crystal Gonzalez Poche’; aunt, Charlotte Gill; nanny, Francis Stewart; God-mother, Theresa McElroy Murphy; God-father, Joe Premo Sr.; uncle, Jimmy R. Williams and his wife Judy; and nephew, Michael Dean and his wife Celeste. He was preceded in death by his father, Gordon Mann Williams Jr.; paternal grandparents, Gordon Williams Sr. and Lenora Premo Williams; maternal grandparents, John Major Gill and Lula Arelia Gill; and uncle, John Edward Gill. A visitation for Jon-Michael will be held Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at St Helena Catholic Church in Amite, LA, from 9:00am until 11:30am with a funeral mass celebrating his life beginning at 12:00 pm. Interment will follow in Arcola-Roseland Cemetery. To view and sign the family guest book, please visit www.harrymckneely.com.
VBS “Shipwrecked” yesterday at FBC,Kentwood
I didn’t hear a total count, but I did hear that there were 97 boys and girls at VBS yesterday. There were probably almost that number of adults and youth workers. From my viewpoint, the boys and girls had a great time learning about Jesus coming to the rescue when they (we) are lonely. Day two, coming up! Thank you to all the parents who entrusted us with your children yesterday.
Read the Bible
- 2 Kings 11-13
- Ps. 71
- Rom. 13
Pray for all the boys and girls who are attending VBS this week and throughout the summer. May Jesus move in many hearts!