The Lord’s Day

“Oh, that they would always have such a heart for me, wanting to obey my commandments.”

~Deuteronomy 5:29 (TLB)~




Ollie Simmons, young son of Stan and Bethany, had a successful knee surgery yesterday.  The results were better than hoped for.  Please continue to pray for Ollie.




I think the new methods of having church, drive-in and tune in, are really catching on.  Even some of the smallest churches are now getting involved in one way or the other.   David and I have enjoyed being able to “tune-in” to several services each Sunday.



FBC, Kentwood invites you to “tune-in” on Facebook or YouTube.

  • Sundays at 10:30 A.M.
  • Sundays at 6:00 P.M.
  • Wednesdays at 6 P.M.



This is Cooperative Program Sunday.  Some churches will be celebrating with a drive-through missions offering.  The Cooperative Program is vital in the work of our churches.




Read the Bible in 2020 – April 26

  • Judges 6:1-40
  • Luke 22:54-23:12
  • Psalm 95:1-96:13
  • Proverbs 14:5-6

I hope you realize that we have read one-fourth of the Bible so far this year, a small portion each day.  If you haven’t joined in yet, it is never too late to jump in and read with us.  If you get behind, it only takes a little extra reading to catch up.  I did just that yesterday.  In fact, I am a little ahead.

Hardcopies of the reading plan will be available at FBC.  Call and ask that a copy be set aside for you.

Another option is to refer to a list on your phone or computer.  The site is:

The last option is to listen to it being read for you.




One option for having Sunday School with your family online is

You may want to set aside some time each week to do this with your family or to share it with your family to watch in their home.  Then, you can talk about it with them.




Let’s make sure our friends and families know about all these ways to have a substitute for gathering together at our churches during this time.

Anna Lee