*This morning at Spring Creek Baptist Church at 10 A.M.

*Prepare to learn about International Missions.

*Bring a friend and a smile.

*All ladies and girls are invited.


Lottie Moon Week of Prayer for International Missions – Day 7


Luke 10


December 10 – Psalm 72: 15-20

JoAnne Crowe Hendrick

July 26, 1935 – December 8, 2022

JoAnne Crowe Hendrick of Amite, Louisiana, known and loved as Jo was born on July 26, 1935 and went to heaven on December 8, 2022 surrounded by her loved ones. Jo was a True Southern Lady being born in Panama City, Florida. She retired after 32 years as a loan specialist with the USDA and was a Charter member of the Catholic Daughters. JoAnne is preceded in death by her parents, Lanie and Helena Crowe, her three children, Melissa Easley, Lanie Reed and Gregory Reed; her brother, Bill Crowe; and her deceased spouse, Charles Binder. JoAnne is survived by her loving husband of 23 years, Roy Hendrick, Jr.; two grandchildren, Blair Widas (Clay) and Matt Easley (Chrissy); two step children, Stephanie Hendrick Quick (David) and Jennifer Hendrick Niolet (Scott); five step-grandchildren, Nathan Quick (Andi), Heather Quick Cavalier (Matthew), Grayson, Annalee and Madison Niolet. Eight great grandchildren, Olivia Widas, Sophia Spencer, Eric, Noah, Isabella and Amelia Easley, Henry Quick and Vivian Cavalier; sister-in-law, Nancy Crowe; two nephews, Carl and Lanie Crowe; one niece, Johanne Estes; her two caregivers, Brenda Sanders and Sarah Aubin, and numerous great friends. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 9:30AM until 11:30AM. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 12:00 Noon at St. Helena Catholic Church, Amite, on Wednesday, December 14, 2022. Services conducted by Fr. Mark Beard. Interment Amite Memorial Gardens, Amite, LA. Pallbearers will be Carl Crowe, Clay Widas, Paul Bordelon, Matthew Cavalier, Nathan Quick, Phillip Waguespack, Matt Easley, and Eric Easley. Honorary pallbearers will be Gerald Waguespack and Bruce Bordelon. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit

(I taught all three of her children, all deceased long before their mother.)

Cathy Jo Cook

November 25, 1955 – November 27, 2022


Cathy Jo Cook, 67, of Canton, Georgia, passed away Sunday, November 27, 2022, at Cedarhurst of
Canton Assisted Living Facility in Canton, Georgia.
Cathy was born 11/22/1955 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to C. W. and Jo Ann Conerly Cook of
Magnolia, MS She is preceded in death by her father, a sister, Nena Kay Cook Crabtree and her first
husband Douglas Noel McDaniel.
Cathy graduated from South Pike High School, SMCC, and The University of Southern Mississippi.
Even though Cathy endured an eighteen-year battle with ovarian cancer, she lived life to the fullest
with great love and passion for everything that matters, and with the kind of courage granted by
God himself to face her health challenges. She had a great smile and a big laughter that brightened
up the room. She was a huge LSU Tiger fan.Cathy is survived by two children, a son Christopher Ryan Davis and Hannah and a daughter April
Nicole Kelly and Chris, all of Canton, Georgia; two granddaughters, Avery Nicole and Logan Grace
Kelly; two sisters, Anna Cook Evans and husband Phil Evans Jr. and Amy Cook Caviness of
Huntington Beach, California.
Visitation will begin at noon until time of service at 2:00 at Terry’s Creek Baptist Church on
Saturday, December 10, 2022. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to the
Terry’s Creek Baptist Church Children’s Ministry.

PRAYER FOCUS – International Missionaries

Today, as we prepare for the Lottie Moon Tea and focus on the Lottie Moon Week of Prayer, let’s remember to pray for all our international missionaries. I especially ask you to pray for family relationships of missionaries and their families as we move into the Christmas season.

Today is a great day to share some Christmas spirit. It can be in the form of music, food, TV program, Bible passage, etc. Pass it on.

Anna Lee