You save the humble,
but your eyes are on the haughty to bring them low.
JIMMY ALFORD, brother of Kaye Roberts, is home and doing well. Your prayer have been appreciated.
Pamela Faye Lewis
December 09, 1946 – March 04, 2022
Pamela Faye Lewis went to her heavenly home on Friday, March 4, 2022. Pam was an avid football fan and loved watching every NFL game that was televised as long as she was able. Her favorite team was the Saints. She was employed by The Tangipahoa Parish Library for 20 years. She is survived by two sisters, Diane Strickland and husband, Dallas; Lynde Kimbrel and husband, Joe all of Kentwood; a brother, Jimmy Lewis and wife Debra of Terrell, TX. Pam is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Pam is preceded in death by her parents Elder Russell Lewis and Nell Walker Lewis; a sister Cindy Merle Lewis; and an infant brother. Visitation at Mt. Gilead Primitive Baptist Church in Smithdale, MS from 9:00AM until services at 11:00AM conducted by Elder Luke Addison on Tuesday, March 8, 2022. Interment Mt. Gilead Church Cemetery, Smithdale, MS. Pallbearers will be Trevin Lewis, Brock Lewis, Dayton Lewis, Gene Lewis, Gary Lewis, and Joe Kimbrel. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
Please be in prayer for this family.
READ AND WRITE SCRIPTURE TODAY
March 5 – I Kings 8: 27
OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD
Yesterday, we were blessed to get a good deal on t-shirts, underwear, and socks for our shoeboxes. Thank-you to a children’s Sunday School class and Mrs. Mildred Birch for the funds to help with these purchases. After that, the mail brought a check from Mrs. Carolyn Raborn. More shopping is in out future. We have been blessed in our shopping this year! Children will be blessed with additional clothing this year.
I hope you have heard about “Shoeboxes” being delivered to children in Ukraine before the invasion and a field hospital that has been erected by Samaritan’s Purse to help in treating those injured there.
Southern Baptists have many people working with the refugees and giving encouragements in many ways. Thank-you, International Mission Board, for representing us as you served.
There are many people giving of themselves to be the “Hands and feet” for us. Pray for each individual in need and each person giving of themselves to help meet needs.
OCC WORKDAY AT FBC, KENTWOOD
We will meet at 9:00 this morning to help prepare items for packing our “Shoeboxes” in the coming months. Be a part of packing pencil bags, health kits, and other components of the “Shoeboxes”.Working together is a real blessing. We can use lots of “Helping Hands” this morning. You are invited to bring a friend and a possibly a snack to share. You will be blessed.
ANNIE ARMSTRONG WEEK OF PRAYER FOR NORTH AMERICA
The Week of Prayer for North American missions is annually observed by SBC churches to pray for missionaries, their ministries and their families. Prayer is the fuel for spiritually sustaining missionaries in places where the gospel is greatly needed. The offering goal for this year is $70 million. Together, through prayer and giving, we can surpass this goal.
TWO RIVERS WMU ANNIE ARMSTRONG TEA
The tea will be at 10:00 A.M. today at FBC, Greensburg. You are invited to attend and to bring a friend with you. Learn about Annie and how the offering is used today. Get a blessing and learn something new.
BLOOD DRIVE TO REPLACE BLOOD GIVEN TO ELISABETH H. SANDERS
This will be Sunday from noon to 5 P.M. in the Fellowship Hall of FBC, Kentwood. Please give if you can.