“Pour out your heart to him,
for God is our refuge.”
~Psalm 62:8 NLT~
Carol B. Sealey‘s Update:
I want to thank everyone for all the prayers, phone calls, and text messages these past several months. I know Barbara Bennett Gaines has been keeping everyone updated on my condition but I wanted to update what’s going on. Back on May 21st I had surgery for colon cancer and then the nightmare began. After being sent home I developed abdominal Sepsis. I was put back in the hospital and put on antibiotics. After being sent back home, without any medication, I again came down with severe sepsis with septic shock. Everything in my body was shutting down. I was dependent on dialysis due to end stage renal disease. The doctors told my husband that he had to make a decision because I was never coming out of ICU. After Steve talked to our son and my sister he decided no, he wasn’t giving up. These doctors didn’t know that I have a higher doctor than they are and he wasn’t ready for me yet because all of a sudden I was coming back. There was so many folks, some I knew and others I didn’t know, praying for me. As of today I am cancer free, off of dialysis after being on it for nearly 3 months, kidneys all of a sudden kicked in and started working. I was in a wheelchair when I left the hospital because I could not feel my legs and could not walk. As of today I am walking with a walker inside the house but have to use a wheelchair outside. I still have a ways to go but each day is a little better. My God is awesome. Without him I wouldn’t be here today.
Update on Josiah Huckaby:
It did my heart good to walk in & see little man laughing this morning!!! He’s only given us some brief smiles over the last week. Sunday & Monday were good days!!! They were able to wean his oxygen from 4L to 2L. When he gets to 1.5L, we can start weaning his vent pressures back to home settings. He’s still having quite a bit of GI issues so they are running some extra tests to make sure we aren’t missing anything. They have swapped him from our regular feed schedule to a continuous feed (which means he is getting a small amount of formula all day) in hopes that the lower rate/volume will be less stressful on his stomach until the problem is resolved. We have no idea how much longer we will be here but praise the Lord we are finally headed in the right direction!!! To God be the glory! Job Huckaby
All our shoeboxes have the shipping paid. Thank-you to all who helped ship the boxes that were packed. We need to fill one more carton and then prepare for the drop off collection week.
Kentwood, LA – First Baptist Church, Kentwood
310 Avenue E
Kentwood, LA 70444-2518
Robert George Hyde;
Born August 1, 1938, went to be with our lord on Monday, October 28, 2019 atthe age of 81 years. Bobby, as he was known to all, was born in Hammond,Louisiana, first born son of Jesse George (Doc) and Daisy Fitzgerald Hyde. Hewas a member and deacon at Bedico Baptist Church and a member of The GideonsInternational for more than 30 years. Bobby was a third generation butcher andowner of Hyde Packing Company, a rancher, cattle buyer, lifetime member andformer president of Louisiana Cattleman’s Association, and a lifetime member ofthe National Rifle Association.
He loved and owned many animals-a variety of bovines including Cross Breeds,Long Horns, Watusi and Buffalo, together with Horses, Goats, Sheep, Deer,Peacocks and even a Bear named Lucy. He was also known for the many varietiesof muscadines he grew.
Bobby is survived by his beloved childhood sweetheart and wife of 63 years,Janice Coumes Hyde; by daughters Fern Hyde Tricou and husband Scott, Robin HydeBrady and husband Derek; and by son, Robert Jesse Hyde and wife Brigette;grandchildren, Ashton Montana Brady, Robert Beau Derek Brady, Irma Shelby Hyde;sisters, JoAnn Hyde Johnson (Douglas), Nancy Carol Hyde Baham (Curtis);brother, Norman Carl Hyde (Gertie); together with many, nieces, nephews,cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Jesse George (Doc) and DaisyFitzgerald Hyde; and grandparents, George J. and Augustine Baret Hyde, RobertThorn and Bertha Dutruch Fitzgerald.
The family would like to express their appreciation to the many family andfriends for prayers, love, food and help provided. We also wish to thank thenurses and staff at North Oaks Hospice for their help and support. Donations inBobby’s memory may be made to The Gideons International or North Oaks Hospice.
Family and friends will be received at Bedico Baptist Church, 28156 Highway 22East, Ponchatoula, Louisiana 70454, on Friday, November 1, 2019 from 5:00 pmuntil 9:00 pm. Visitation will continue at the church on Saturday, November 2,2019 from 9:00 am until funeral services begin at 11:00 am with his cousin, Susan Lana Hefner officiating.
Roger Dale Miller
January 19, 1948 – October 28, 2019
A resident of Tickfaw, LA, passed away on Monday, October 28,2019 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born January 19, 1948 in Baton Rouge, LA and was 71 years of age. He was a U. S. Army Veteran of Vietnam. He is survived by 1 daughter, Rebecca Miller Crowe and husband, Allen, Tickfaw, LA; 3 sons, Tod Miller and wife, Alisa, Kentwood, LA, Brad Miller and wife, Kim, Liberty, MS and Mike Miller and wife, Julie, Amite, LA; mother of his children, Barbara Sue King; step-children, Lisa McDaniel Thacker and husband, Corbin, Russ McDaniel and wife, Shay; 12 grandchildren, Destiny, Burgandy, Allen, Jr., Emily, Ali, Brittany, Tyler, Skyler, Chase, Lawson, Miguel and Faith; great-grandson, Wade;1 brother, Kenneth Wayne Miller and wife, Paula , Amite, LA; and numerous step-grandchildren, step-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by wife, Eloise Johnson Miller; brother, Randal Miller; parents, Ernest and Lela Mae Durbin Miller. Visitation at House on the Rock Church, Amite, from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Saturday, November 2, 2019. Services conducted by Pastor Jeff McKneely. Interment Montpelier Cemetery, Montpelier, LA. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
Scripture Writing – John 15: 20-25
Don’t let the cold days ahead catch you unprepared for the lower temperatures.