Saturday

I have filled him with the Spirit of God,

with wisdom,

with understanding,

with knowledge

and with all kinds of skills—

~Exodus 31:3~

Today, let’s pray for some of the couples from our church. Health is a greater concern as couples get older.

Bro. Joe and Barbara Baugh

Andy and Betty Taylor

Kenneth and Yvonne Birch

Jimmie H. Taylor

April 25, 1943 – May 12, 2022

Jimmie H. Taylor, a resident of Greensburg, Louisiana, passed away on Thursday May 12 at his home in Greensburg. He fought the good fight and will be dearly missed. He was a loving Husband, Daddy and Papaw. His personality and great sense of humor made him leave wonderful memories throughout all of his walks of life with everyone he met. He was truly a rare gem and will be missed terribly. He was born on April 25, 1943 in Booneville, Mississippi and just celebrated his 79th birthday and home with his family. He is survived by his one son, Clint Taylor; his 3 brothers, Morris Taylor and wife Barbara Jean, Don Taylor, Butch Taylor and wife Linda; sister-in-law, Marilyn Taylor; granddaughter, Krista Keller and husband Justin Keller; grandson, Austin Taylor; great-granddaughters, Makynna Keller and Annalee Keller; and great-grandsons, Scott Keller and Brendon Estes. He is preceded in death by parents, Roy and Herlon Taylor; wife, Sandy Taylor; brother, Randy Taylor; sister-in-law, Dot Taylor; and granddaughter, Ericka Taylor. Visitation at New Zion Baptist Church, Kentwood, from 5pm until 9pm on Monday May 16 and from 8 am until religious services at 11 am on Tuesday May 17. Services conducted by Vince Estes. Interment Greensburg Cemetery, Greensburg, La. Pallbearers will be Ken Carter, Trey Bullinger, Chuck Rick, Austin Taylor, Scott Keller, and Landon Taylor. Honorary pallbearer will be Whitey McGuff. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Jimmie H. Taylor, a resident of Greensburg, Louisiana, passed away on Thursday May 12 at his home in Greensburg. He fought the good fight and will be dearly missed. He was a loving Husband, Daddy and Papaw. His personality and great sense of humor made him leave wonderful memories throughout all of his walks of life with everyone he met. He was truly a rare gem and will be missed terribly. He was born on April 25, 1943 in Booneville, Mississippi and just celebrated his 79th birthday and home with his family. He is survived by his one son, Clint Taylor; his 3 brothers, Morris Taylor and wife Barbara Jean, Don Taylor, Butch Taylor and wife Linda; sister-in-law, Marilyn Taylor; granddaughter, Krista Keller and husband Justin Keller; grandson, Austin Taylor; great-granddaughters, Makynna Keller and Annalee Keller; and great-grandsons, Scott Keller and Brendon Estes. He is preceded in death by parents, Roy and Herlon Taylor; wife, Sandy Taylor; brother, Randy Taylor; sister-in-law, Dot Taylor; and granddaughter, Ericka Taylor. Visitation at New Zion Baptist Church, Kentwood, from 5pm until 9pm on Monday May 16 and from 8 am until religious services at 11 am on Tuesday May 17. Services conducted by Vince Estes. Interment Greensburg Cemetery, Greensburg, La. Pallbearers will be Ken Carter, Trey Bullinger, Chuck Rick, Austin Taylor, Scott Keller, and Landon Taylor. Honorary pallbearer will be Whitey McGuff. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

TOMORROW EVENING – 5 P.M. – Class for couples who are interested in learning how to raise children in our modern world. Child care for all ages will be provided.

TODAY – Associational WMU Meeting at Montpelier Baptist Church at 10:00 A.M.

ALL ladies are welcome to come learn about missions and how our churches can work together.

One Week from Today – OCC Workshop for Ladies; FBC, Fellowship Hall, 9 A.M. – Noon

READ AND WRITE SCRIPTURE TODAY – “I Believe”

May 14 – Exodus 31: 3

We grow in proportion to our prayer life!

Anna Lee