Lord’s Day

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness,  gentleness and self-control.

Against such things there is no law.

~Galatians 5:22-23~



It’s time for Wendell and Nikki Rhodus’ baby girl to be born.  If she doesn’t make her arrival by this afternoon, they will be admitted to the hospital for delivery tomorrow.  The baby will be born in McComb.  Send Wendell and Nikki works of encouragement today.




Don’t forget the associational WMU meeting tomorrow morning at FBC, Greensburg.  It begins at 10 A.M.




Read the Bible in 2020 – March 1

  • Leviticus 24:1-25:46
  • Mark 10:13-31
  • Psalm 44:9-26
  • Proverbs 10:20-21




2020 Annie Armstrong Louisiana Missions for North America

Day 1

When Dave and Mary Elliff left Arkansas, they left family and familiar culture to plant a new church in the Pacific Northwest.

“In the South, we have the Bible Belt. In Seattle, people call Roosevelt, the neighborhood where we’re planting, the Metaphysical Belt. 96% of the people here don’t attend an evangelical church,” says Dave. “It’s really well-known for New Age and Eastern religion.”

96% of the people here don’t attend an evangelical church.

The Elliffs launched Roots Community Church with just one other couple. They soon formed a core group through community outreach and by recruiting others who felt called to serve in Seattle.

“We started Roots Church in 2016. Since then, we’ve had to move three times because we keep outgrowing our space. That’s a good problem to have. Now, we have almost a hundred people who are a part of our church,” says Mary.


Prayer Request
  • For strength for the team as they work in a challenging,
    unreached community.
  • For hearts to be prepared for the gospel in Roosevelt.



Have a blessed Lord’s Day.

Anna Lee