When he had received the drink, Jesus said, “It is finished.”

With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

~John 19:30~




Read and Write the Bible 

  • April 9th – 2 Thessalonians 1: 6-10
  • April 10th Colossians 1: 9-11




“Bryan’s Journey” – Rita wrote a good update telling of the latest progress and plans in Bryan’s treatment and a little of their life when in Kentwood.

Jason and Becki took David to the doctor Monday.  David blood level was 7.6.  The doctor decided to hold off on the blood, but to give the Procrit injection.  Friday, we will be going for more blood work.  The doctor is beginning to think David’s blood level is possibly okay at this level.  I’ll let you know what happens Friday.
Gaylon Cutrer  seems to be having a setback with his MDS, one of the problems David also has.  Pray for him as he is spending more time seeking help.
By the way, both Bryan Tate and David Alford were able to be in church Sunday.   Isn’t that great?  They both need your prayers as they continue to face their medical problems.
As you pray for Gaylon, Bryan and David, please pray for Ruth, Rita, and me as we lovingly try to be the caregivers God would have us to be.  We are all thankful God is making each stop of this journey with us.
This is Wednesday.  I hope that you will make it to one of God’s earthly houses to hear God’s Word being shared.
Every day is a good day for missions!  I’ve been so anxious to do some shopping and crafting for Operation Christmas Child, one of my favorite missions.   I like to be ‘hands-on” with some of my missions, so this works for me.
Today, in places far from Kentwood, lots of mission work is being done by those who have answered God’s calling on their lives.  Please pray for them.  Thank God for their willingness to serve,  Do your part in supporting them.  One way you can participate is to give or give again to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.
Anna Lee