“Surely I am with you always,

to the very end of the age.” 

~Matthew 28:20~




Some of you may appreciate this devotional about being in the midst of this Coronavirus.



I know many of you now doodle in your Bibles.  These doodles can be used to illustrate Scripture in your Bible of notebook.  They are shared from

Some of you may appreciate these doodles.

         They even may come in handy with all of the new “homeschooled” students.




Read the Bible in 2020 – March 19

  • Numbers 28;16-29:40
  • Luke 3:23-38
  • Psalm 62:1-12
  • Proverbs 11:18-19




The youth of FBC, Kentwood will have a special schedule during this time.  Contact Bro. Wendell for a copy of his video if he missed sending it to you.


Our friends have successfully complete their period of confinement because of the virus.  I thank God they are ready to move back to their regular home and life.




The Robertsons have returned home from Ochsner in NO where Laura Lee Robertson had surgery.  Thank God for her improvement.  Pray for her as she continues her recovery at home.




Felicia McKee Taylor

August 13, 1940 – March 17, 2020

Mrs. Felicia McKee Taylor, 79, of Hammond, LA, passed from this life on March 17, 2020 at her home in Hammond, surrounded by her daughter, son-in-law and caregiver.

Mrs. Felicia was born August 13, 1940 in Progress, MS to the late Russell M and Jesse S. McKee. She was the baby of nine children. She was a graduate of Progress High School where she excelled in basketball. After graduation, she moved to “the city” of McComb to attend Beauty School. While working to help put herself through school, she met and married Pete. She made a career of being a Beautician for 55 years and proudly let you know that she loved what she did and that her customers were like her family.

She enjoyed her church family also. She was an active member of North McComb Baptist Church for many years until her health declined and she moved to Hammond to live with her children. She enjoyed gospel singing, yard selling, bingo, playing cards, swapping recipes, cooking and was an outstanding baker. She was known for her pound cake and desserts. She loved doing for others, helping people without question because she strongly believed that was what Christians do. She never wanted praise for her act of kindness.

She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 54 years, Wilton E. “Pete” Taylor; two brothers, Russell Jr. and Bobby McKee; five sisters, Beatrice Vermillion, Daisy LeGlue, Doris Stinson, Annie Margaret McKee and Helen Ray McKee and one son-in-law, Gregory B. Harris.

She is survived by her daughter, Angie Blades and husband, Mike of Hammond, LA, whom she had lived with the past 3 years; one sister, Dorothy Bates of McComb, MS and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends and two special four legged babies, Pebbles and BamBam.

Pallbearers will be Lionel Estay, Gabriel Estay, Gavin Estay and Henry LeGlue.

Felicia chose these special honorary pallbearers, Barry Boyd, Johnny Graves, Sandy Buie, Derrick Anderson and Philip Holmes. She had a special bond with each of them.

Visitation will be Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 10:30AM until time of service at 12PM at Sharkey Funeral Home in Summit, MS with Dr. David Millican officiating. Burial will follow in Hollywood Cemetery.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Sherry Jones for her time, love and support in the past few weeks.

In lieu of flowers, the family requested memorials be sent to the North McComb Baptist Church. 504 Laurel St. McComb, MS 39648 or The Southern Plainsmen Ministries. Att. Marcelle Slaughter. 7841 Plainview Rd. Hornbeck, LA 71439.

Due to the Coronavirus recommendations by the CDC, we ask that you exercise good judgement when in contact with others at our funeral home. If you are ill, please respect the health of others. The family certainly understands if you are not able to attend.

I also learned of Joe Liuzza’s death, but no obituary is available yet.
Prayers are important.  We can all focus on praying more.
Anna Lee