Though the mountains be shaken

and the hills be removed,

yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken

nor my covenant of peace be removed,”

says the LORD, who has compassion on you.

~Isaiah 54:10~





Donald Alford is still at St. Tammany where doctors are trying to get him ready for going home.  Please keep Donald and his family in your prayers.





Also, keep Smiley  Conerly and his family in your prayers.  Smiley was still working on a fluid issue yesterday.




Paul Morgan is doing well following his heart surgery.  Thank you for your continued prayers for him.




Shirley Kinzy Simmons

March 07, 1947 – February 08, 2020

Shirley Kinzy Simmons

Shirley was a Family and Consumer Science teacher for 33 years at Kentwood High School. She enjoyed cooking
and teaching her students life skills. Shirley was a cheerleader sponsor for Kentwood High School for 17 years.
She also chaired homecoming activities including homecoming court, parades, and coronations. She was a 504 Resource teacher and sponsor of FHA for many years. Shirley was a lifetime member of the Alumni Association of Southern University of Baton Rouge, LA.
Shirley leaves to cherish her memories: her loving husband, Jerice T. Simmons; her loving son, Quentin J. Simmons (LaToyia) of Gonzales, LA; her loving daughter, Tebecca (Ann) Belanger (Mike) of Houma, LA; 3 step-children, Eric Matthews (Trudy) of Battlecreek, MI, Atrina Simmons and Ashanda Simmons of Chicago, IL. 8 grandchildren, Brenley Simmons (The joy of her life), Lacey Schenk (Zachary), Quinton Didone, Jasmine Matthews, Makayla Banks, Jeron Stark, Makyia Simmons, and Malik Wynn; 2 great-grandchildren, Conner Waddle and Colton Irving. One brother, Roy Kinzy; One uncle, Earl Bates; three aunts, Wilene Burris, Betty Rose Williams, and Mary Neil McGee; one brother in law, Louis Simmons (Theresa); a special cousin, Bernice Dickerson; a devoted loving best friend, Elmira Wilkerson, and a host of nieces, nephews and other family and friends.
Shirley was preceded in death by her parents, Ivy and Hazel Kinzy; and brother, James “Big Daddy” Kinzy.


Sunday, February 16, 2020 – 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Temple Chapel Baptist Church

912 Avenue G

Kentwood, La 70444


Sunday, February 16, 2020 – 2:00 pm

Temple Chapel Baptist Church

912 Avenue G

Kentwood, La 70444


Algiers Cemetery – McComb, Ms.­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­





Read the Bible in 2020 – February 15

  • Exodus 39:1-40:38
  • Mark 1:1-28
  • Psalm 35:1-16
  • Proverbs 9:11-12




Operation Christmas Child

  • Please let me know if you would like a hands-on project you can do on your sewing machine or while watching televisions.
  • Barbara Hutchinson is also looking for a couple ladies who use a rotary blade to cut out the wonderful totes that are made each year.  Six yard lengths of fabric will be cut to twelve inch pieces.  She will have all the preparatory work done, just need help cutting at this time.




Have a great Saturday.  Don’t let the day end without doing something that makes a lasting difference.

Anna Lee