“Those who are gracious to the poor lend to the Lord,
and the Lord will fully repay them.”
Gregory Ryan Howell
June 09, 1978 – January 25, 2022
A resident of Roseland, LA, passed away on Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at his home in Roseland, LA. He was born June 9, 1978 in Nashville, TN and was 43 years of age.He is survived by his wife of 18 years, Jamie Bennett Howell; sons, Gregory Blake Howell and Payton Cole Howell; daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Howell; parents, Paul D. Howell and Terry E. Howell; 1 brother, Samuel Jason Howell and Anna Hughes;2 sisters, Melissa Holmes and April Wilkinson; nephews, Joseph Drew Howell and Hannah Menne, Zack Howell, Marcus Distefano, Owen Wilkinson and Jordan Wilkinson; nieces, Macy Bennett and Shawn Rewis, Jessica Norwood and Jai, Gracie Wilkinson; mother-in-law, Rose Marie Bennett. Preceded in death by his grandparents, John Paul Howell and Willene Howell; father-in-law, Joseph Lee Bennett. A Memorial Service will be scheduled for a later date. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
READ AND WRITE SCRIPTURE TODAY
THE COUNT IS IN!
Operation Christmas Child announced today that 10,505,555 shoeboxes were filled and turned in to Operation Christmas Child in 2021! Thank-you to all who helped. 10.5 million children will be blessed! All the shoebox packers will be blessed too!
Operation Christmas Child Workshop THIS Saturday
9:00 – Noon in the Fellowship Hall
Bring a snack to share and a friend to help (upper elementary and older)
THE GIFT CARDS FOR TORNADO VICTIMS can be turned in to the church office this week (the last week) or placed inSunday’s offering.
It is not too late to give to the LOTTIE MOON OFFERING FOR INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS. Help provide for mission projects and missionaries. 100% of your offerings goes overseas to help. Missionaries depend on your help each year.4.
COMING NEXT WEEK – February Mission Project
MY “GOD WINK” TODAY
This morning I dropped my wallet as I got in the car at Walmart. Without going into all the events that brought about, I will simply say the wallet was turned in at Mike’s, where it was found near the garbage cans late this afternoon. David’s niece, Julia, and her husband, Keith, own the restaurant. I was called to pick up my wallet. The only thing missing was the cash.
David and I prayed again and again that the wallet would be returned. I felt like the house phone would have a message for me about my wallet when we got home, but no message. A few hours later, we got the call we had prayed for all day. At the restaurant, we talked with the lady who turned it in and learned she lives near us!
What a day! What a God!!!