Consider the blameless, observe the upright;

a future awaits those who seek peace.

~Psalm 37:37~


Brenda Kay “Nana” Harrison

April 6, 1951 – January 28, 2023

Brenda Kay “Nana” Harrison, 71, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on January 28, 2023. Born to Betty Jean Willis and Leonard Eskle Moore on April 6, 1951, in Monroe, Louisiana. Since 1996, after her husband died, she moved to Kentwood, Louisiana, where she devoted her life to raising her two young sons. She was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, and friend. She is preceded in death by her parents, Betty Jean & Leonard Moore, her husband, Richard Houston Harrison, her granddaughter, Eleanor Marie Harrison and brother, Leslie H. Moore. She is survived by her children, Jason Harrison and Josh Harrison (Julie Vanderlick). She was proud of her grandchildren, Tucker Harrison, Flynn Harrison and John Paul Harrison, whom she loved spending time with. She is also survived by her brother, Leonard “Lenny” Moore, Linda Campbell, and Nancy Cason. She is also survived by her longtime companion, Tony Picoula. A memorial service will be held at Tangipahoa Baptist Church, 40 Highway 440, Kentwood, Louisiana, 70444, on Wednesday, February 1, 2023, from 11:30 a.m. until service at noon, followed by a reception at the church.McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit

I somehow failed to include this obituary last week. My apologies to you and to the family.


I hope you have realized how important I think it is to have your own “prayer list”. Use your list to pray today. It is always more personal than my list.


*February 6

*John 20: 1-10

*”For me to live without faith in the resurrection would mean . . . .”


Today, let’s pray for those who live daily lives without an assurance of a home in Heaven for their long-term future.


I suggest you read about Caylee Dugger. Then, you’ll want to pray for her ministry to live on.


Thanks to James Rimes for an update and another unique, encouraging message about OCC.


This is shared in tribute to the testimony given by Gerald Griffith yesterday morning at FBC, Kentwood. (If you missed it, here is a link –

First, the poem –

Now, the song –

Rev. Dennis Walker is the vocalist who introduced me to this meaningful song. Maybe, I’ll get to hear Dennis sing it again one day.

If your life has been touched by the Master’s Hand, your life will be changed. If He has touched your life, live it to the fullest for the Master.

Anna Lee