“Everyone assembled here will know that the LORD
rescues his people,
but not with sword and spear.
This is the LORD’s battle,
and he will give you to us!”
~1 Samuel 17:47 NLT~
Frances Gay‘s orthoscopic surgery has been rescheduled for January 22 at 5:30 A.M. Please pray all goes well.
Please pray for baby Bennett Brabham and his mom, Katie.
Bennett is scheduled to get tubes on Monday, but he also has a terrible cough so we may reschedule! I’m also having surgery on Thursday. Please keep us both in your prayers this week! 🙏🏼
January 17, 2019
Sue Ellen Russell Ford Pearson, of Amite Louisiana passed away January 17, 2019 at the age of 70; after a long battle with cancer. She was the daughter of Shelby Oscar Russell and Elizabeth Hyde Russell Stevens. She leaves behind her husband Craig Pearson, one daughter Tracye Ford, three sons Hoyt Ford, Russell (Rusty) Ford and Lonnie O’Dell (Dell) Ford II. Six granddaughters Trista Suzanne Ford, Brianna Nicole Gayle, Brianna Danielle Ford, Janie Lynn Fannin, Stefan Renee Ford, Corey Nicole Ford and 1 grandson Dade Scott Ford. Also left to cherish her memories are great-grandchildren David, Lyle, Sofia, Harley, Lannon, Leigh Ann and Maci Lee. She is also survived by two sisters, Terry Russell Pye and Paula (Tot) Russell Hodges. The family would also like to thank her brilliant oncologist Dr. Scott Boniol, and his munificent staff, for blessing us with several more beautiful years with this precious woman. Also many thanks to the wonderful doctors and nurses at Christus Highland and Life Care at Willis-Knighton Pierremont, who so loving cared for all of her final needs. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite Tuesday January 22, 2019 from 12 noon until Religious Services at 1:00 p.m. Services conducted by Bro. Dale Ziebarth. Interment Russelltown Cemetery, Roseland.
Read the Bible daily. Mark the “I wills”.
- Psalm 86:12
- Psalm 89:1-2
Don’t forget the WMU meeting in the morning at East Fork Baptist Church at 10.
If you are at FBC, Kentwood this morning, you will observe the soup being collected for Hope Center. Soup of any kind is acceptable. Place your soup on the organ. This is a project of Youth on Mission. The collection will end ‘Souper” Bowl Sunday.
Have a wonderful Lord’s Day!