“But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.”

~1 John 1:7~




Please pray for Maddie

Maddie is the granddaughter of a high school classmate and has a rare liver disease.   She’s beautiful, inside and out!




Carol Bennett Sealey had surgery yesterday.  Pray for her as she recovers from the surgery.




Robin Hayden had a fall that led to surgery about 6 P.M. last night.  Pray for him and his caregivers.    Robin’s mother is Mrs. Hollis Ann Hayden.




Jonnie Clay Harling

December 25, 1940 – May 18, 2019

Jonnie Clay Harling, 78, of Chesbrough, LA, passed away peacefully at 11:19AM, Saturday, May 18, 2019 at his home with his loving sister, “Homer” by his side.

He was born December 25, 1940 in Prentiss County, MS.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Alice Scott Sandifer; stepfather, Lewis Sandifer; father, J.C. Harling and great-niece, Jessica Caine Travis

Mr. Harling was a veteran and served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy.  He was a retired seaman with the Merchant Marines.

He was a friend to all and enjoyed life and boy, he loved to dance!  He liked giving everyone a nickname and had a special one for each of the five gals he loved the most in is life.

Jonnie is survived by two sisters, Fay Liuzza and husband, Jack of Amite and Betty Travis – Taylor of Chesbrough; one niece, Tracie Travis of Amite; three nephews, Herman Travis of Chesbrough, Peyton Travis of Tangipahoa and  Reid Travis of Chesbrough; one great-niece, Shelbie Travis; twelve great-nephews, James Ballard, Joshua Clay Ballard, Wesley Travis, Wyatt Travis, Lewis Travis, Landon Travis, Jacob Travis, Samuel Travis, Charles Travis, Daniel Travis, Daniel Travis, Joseph Travis and Caleb Travis; three great-grand-nieces, Alayna Grace Travis, Charli Kate Travis and  Austyn Rae DeMars; one great-great-nephew, Bentley Ray Travis; extended family, Scott Bozzard and wife, Susan and their children, Tyler, Tegan and Trey of Humble, TX.

Private services will be held at a later date under the direction of Sharkey Funeral Home in Summit, MS.



James Dew has been nominated for the presidency of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  Please cover him with your prayers.  He replaces Chuck Kelley who has served many years.–you-are-never-alone




Kay Bennett and the Baptist Friendship House were recently honored by the FBI for their work to to stop human trafficking in New Orleans.




Read and Write the Bible – Philippians 2:1-2



I believe in prayer!  I trust you do too.  

Anna Lee