Jesus replied, “Truly I tell you, if you have faith and do not doubt, not only can you do what was done to the fig tree, but also you can say to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and it will be done.

~Matthew 21:21~


  • Fwbruary 27
  • Isaiah 63: 7-14
  • “A kindness of God I have seen is . . . . “


Amy Tolar (Jeff’s wife in Florida) had surgery recently and needs prayers as she recovers.

Rhonda Miller (Wife of Pete) will be having surgery in a couple of weeks in Covington. Pray for her as she faces this surgery.

Robbie Lynn Callihan has been hospitalized for a couple of weeks, but was released yesterday. Hopefully, she will be able to attend a family wedding in Kentwood Saturday.

Laurie Miller is making plans for her back surgery in April. Teachers always have so much to do to leave lesson plans and materials for those who will take their place. She has a good attitude and is looking forward to not hurting once her recovery time is finished.


Pray for the family of Sue Gill as they have her wake and funeral service this morning at Sprinc Creek Baptist Church.


Thank-you to the individuals and classes who turned in calculators, soap, washcloths, and scissors yesterday. These items will be so helpful in filling our hygiene bags and sewing bags. They may not be normal Christmas gifts for Kentwood children, but they will be wonderful, needed items in the areas where our “Shoeboxes” are delivered. We are also appreciative of the necklaces promised yesterday.


Saturday, we will meet in the fellowship hall at 9 A.M. to prepare more items for packing at a later date. Everyone, male and female, children, youth, and adults, is invited to come be a part of the process. Bring a snack to share and some items to include in shoebox packing.

Most needed items today are:

  • Calculators
  • 5″ Flashlights
  • AAA Battteries
  • Bandanas
  • Size 12 Underwear
  • Crayons

We will begin a new project this week and need some ladies who can/will sew on two buttons. We will have a “sewing circle” for this project. Join in the excitement of working together on this task. Someone will take over with the next steps. Call me if you have any questions.

Spaghetti Fund Raiser for Youth

The youth ran out of spaghetti yesterday! I’m sure that the cooks will plan for more food next time. Thanks to all who planned, cooked, served, purchased spaghetti, and planned to purchase a lunch. Thanks for helping the youth get to camp next summer. Stay tuned!

Be a blessing to someone today!

Anna Lee