Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.

~1 Peter 4:10~




Shawn Alford, David’s nephew, had back surgery yesterday and was able to go home with his family – wife and three daughters.  I know he was well cared for.  Thank you for praying for him yesterday.  Pray for good results.



Mrs. Mimi Sneed will have outpatient surgery this morning at North Oaks.  Keep her in your prayers.



Cheryl Wilson‘s first chemo is today.  She and her family are anxious.  Pray for calm spirits all the way through her six months of treatment.



Bryan Tate has been moved to MDA to continue his treatment.  Pray for him and for his family.




Monday’s with Maury

Maury Scobee with Billy and Ruth Bell Graham
‘Mondays with Maury’ Features Stories from Billy Graham’s Longtime Personal Assistant
Maury Scobee served as Billy Graham’s personal assistant for more than 40 years, and he has a wealth of stories from his time with the late evangelist.

This first installment in the Library’s new series of short videos includes reflections from Maury about two of the most important women in Mr. Graham’s life: his mother, Morrow, and his wife, Ruth Bell Graham.



I really enjoyed meeting with the ladies of Antioch Baptist Church yesterday.  They love missions and work to accomplish various projects.  Sharing with them was a pleasure.




The Children in Action will meet tonight at 6:00 in the missions room of FBC, Kentwood.

Read the Bible
  • Jeremiah 9-10
  • Psalm 119: 65-72
  • Revelations 1
“Throw Out the Lifeline”




Thank-you for spending some time with me this morning.

Anna Lee