Tuesday

 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—

~Ephesians 2:8~

 

 

Mr. Jimmy Tolar‘s last couple of weeks has been described as a “roller coaster ride”.  Most families have been on that “ride” with one or more family members and can understand what it is like.  Please continue to pray for the whole family.

 

We visited Mrs. Theople Hurst Saturday.  She is housebound for a couple of weeks.  Pray for her and her family as they show their love one for another.

 

 

 

“Faith is the Victory”

This probably sounds like the way you remember congregational singing of this great hymn.  I’m singing along and patting my foot.  Are you?

 

 

Read the Bible

  • Isaiah 58
  • Psalm 114
  • I Peter 4

 

 

“Young” Ladies Birthday Party

  • 11 A..M. this morning
  • The Cafe
  • Honors ladies with September birthdays

 

 

Please honor those listed here today by praying for those listed and for others,

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

The LORD is good to those whose hope is in him, to the one who seeks him;  

it is good to wait quietly for the salvation of the LORD.

~Lamentations 3:25-26~

 

 

Mrs. Bessie Broom Hayden has had her foot removed.  She’s got spunk and has already begun to plan on how she will be walking again soon.  Keep praying for her and watching for her return to church.

 

 

Wednesday is the day students are encouraged to “Bring your Bible to School”.  Let’s keep Christ in our schools!

 

 

We live in a troubled world.  Our Christians values are not seen in “the world”, but we should cling to them tightly.  We each need to cling to what we know to be right and the one who paid it all for us.

“In Times Like These”

 

 

Read the Bible

  • Reflect on God’s Kindness
  • Catch up on any reading you may have missed this week.

 

 

May this Monday be the beginning of a good week for you.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday

Then Agrippa said to Paul, “Do you think that in such a short time you can persuade me to be a Christian?”  

Paul replied, “Short time or long—I pray to God that not only you but all who are listening to me today may become what I am, except for these chains.”

~Acts 26:28-29~

 

 

Today, I would like to ask for continued prayer for Jimmy Tolar, Theople Hurst, Bessie Hayden, Phillip Strickland, Linda Callihan, Buddy Morris, Buddy Waller, Brian Tate, and Wilma Smith.

 

 

This morning Pine Ridge United Methodist Church will serve breakfast at 8:00.  The breakfast gives us an opportunity to contribute to a local family with a need.  The ladies of the church carefully select a family each month.  The breakfast is delicious.  The opportunity to help meet a need is a good ministry in our area.

 

 

Tuesday, the “young” ladies of FBC,K will gather to honor our members who have had birthdays during the month.  The ladies being honored at The Cafe Tuesday at 11:00 are Yvonne Birch, Ann Smith, Jan Yarborough, Mary Miller,  Glenda Schilling, and Betty Simpson.  The lunch is dutch treat.  The birthday cake is always delicious.

 

 

Mission opportunities for our children and youth

  • Children in Action – Wednesdays at 6 P.M.
  • Youth on Mission – Sundays at 5 P.M.

 

 

Mission opportunities for all

  • Georgia Barnett offering for Louisiana ministries
  • Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child “Shoeboxes”

 

 

Read the Bible today.

  • Isaiah 57
  • Psalms 113
  • I Peter 3

 

 

Today’s inspirational song – “Because He Lives”

 

 

 

Have a wonderful Lord’s Day.

Anna Lee

 

 

Tuesday

“And pray for us, too,

that God may open a door for our message,

so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ.”

~Colossians 4:3 NIV~

(This is the prayer of every missionary.)

 

 

Pray for Mrs. Theople Hurst.  He had a fall causing a lingering headache.

 

 

Please continue your prayers for Jimmy Tolar and his family.

 

 

LANE ALLEN GOTTSCHALCK

Lane Allen Gottschalck, age 3 of Hammond, Louisiana, gained his wings on Thursday afternoon, September 13, 2018 to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He was surrounded by family and friends at his passing in New Orleans at Children’s Hospital. He was born on Friday, May 8, 2015, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Lane was deeply loved by his parents, Chester and Whitney Rousseau Gottschalck; sister, Breanna Gottschalck, brother, Trevor Gottschalck; aunts and uncles, Randi Rousseau and Jonathan Serigne, Matthew Rousseau, Clay and Melanie Gottschalck, Craig and Rhonda Gottschalck; maternal grandparents, Cheryl Rousseau James and Darrell Rousseau;and paternal grandparents, Billy and Diane Gottschalck; many great-aunts, great-uncles,cousins, and friends.

Lane is preceded in death by his maternal great grandparents, Keever James and Edith James McLendon and Andrew and Ruby Rousseau; paternal great grandparents, Theodore and Mearl Cooper and Elmer and Hermine Gottschalck.

Lane was a sweet little boy who brought joy and happiness to every life he touched. Every day he was helping his mom and dad with the farm animals while riding on the ATV.  He loved listening to music, watching and listening to YouTube and playing video games with his brother Trevor.  Some evenings you could find Lane riding a sheep or a calf at the rodeo arena while under the watchful eye of his parents.

Lane enjoyed the beach with his family and watching the ocean waves lap over his feet. He fought many battles in his short life and was a true fighter until the very end. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Visitation for Lane will be held on Friday, September 21, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and continue Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at Harry McKneely& Son Funeral Home in Hammond. A Funeral Service celebrating Lane’s life will immediately follow visitation at 11:00 a.m. in the funeral home chapel.Interment will follow at Stevens Cemetery in Tickfaw, Louisiana.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home in Hammond.

Lane’s guest book can be viewed atwww.harrymckneely.com.

Guy R. Catalano

July 14, 1962 – September 16, 2018

A resident of Amite passed away on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at Hood Memorial Hospital in Amite. He was born July 14, 1962 in Independence and was 56 years of age. He is survived by his wife, Gayle Frickey Catalano; sons, Branden Lee Catalano and Michael Scott Catalano; step-children, Lalonnie Marie Hines and husband, Thomas, Christy Gaudet, Keith Anthony “Bubba” Gaudet, Jr. and wife, Gretchen; 11 grandchildren, Isaiah Catalano, Michael Gaven Catalano, Jase Catalano, Sage Mathis Hines, Safia Elise Hines, Austin Doyle, Ethan Doyle, Aodhan Pope, Ethan Gaudet, Emma Gaudet, and Landon Gaudet; great-granddaughter, Violet Doyle; 3 sisters, Congetta Wheeler and husband, Earl, Mary Anne Hadley, and Kathleen Anthony; brother, Brian Keith Catalano. Preceded in death by parents, Guy and Bernice Catalano; and a sister, Angela Hawkins. Visitation at Independence First United Pentecostal Church from 9 a.m. until Memorial Services at 11 a.m. on Friday, September 21, 2018. Services conducted by Rev. Billy Hutson. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

 

Read the Bible

  • Isaiah 52
  • Psalms 110
  • James 3

 

 

Several of the ladies who attended the WMU meeting yesterday told me they had a wonderful time and learned so much from Kay Bennett of Friendship House.  Thanks to all who contributed items for the Friendship House.

 

 

Thanks too, to those who contributed to the Fall Food Round-up for the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home.

 

 

Week of Prayer for Louisiana missions. Georgia Barnett Week of Prayer, day three.

https://georgiabarnette.org/

Sunday, FBC, Kentwood will be sharing videos of some of our parents of children who have been impacted by missions.  You will want to see them Sunday and/or watch the clips online.

 

 

I wonder what opportunities each of us will have today to share our faith.  It may not be videoed for public viewing, but I’m sure that together we can impact our area for the Lord.  Some of these encounters will be planned, but some will happen spontaneously.  Either way, thank you for sharing your faith today.

Anna Lee

 

Sunday, the Lord’s Day

I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life.  

This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.

1 John 5:13-14

 

 

Thanks to all who came to the fellowship hall and worked to complete more projects for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes.  That was our last Saturday workday for 2018.

 

 

 

Mr. Jimmy Tolar has improved.   He is alert and talking,  Please keep him in your prayers.

 

 

Continue to pray for all the victims of displacement and/or damage from “Florence”.

 

 

 

Read the Bible

  • Isaiah 51
  • Song of Solomon 7:6-13
  • James 2

 

 

Don’t forget the Week of Prayer for the Georgia Barnett Offering for work in Louisiana.

Day 1: Philadelphia Baptist, Horseshoe

ASK God to continue his great work at Philadelphia at Horseshoe Drive.

ASK God to use the funds given through the Georgia Barnette State Missions Offering to revitalize other churches that are struggling across our state.

PRAY for Clay Fuqua, campus pastor of Philadelphia Church at Horseshoe Drive.

[Please note: On Day 1 of the Prayer Guide we incorrectly referenced Elijah when it should be Ezekiel. We have corrected this here and on the downloadable versions. We apologize to you (and both prophets) for this error.]

“Can these dry bones live?” This was the question God asked Ezekiel over 2,500 years ago. Ezekiel replied, “Sovereign Lord, only you know.” God has a passionate desire to breathe life into places where His Spirit moved mightily in past years.

Imagine a church so packed in the ‘70s that, in order to accommodate the crowds, chairs had to be placed in the aisles. This was Horseshoe Drive Baptist Church in the ‘70s. This church knew how to think big.

This didn’t last though. As the years went by, Horseshoe experienced a steady decline. But a small group of members, grieved by the state of their church, surrendered to do whatever it would take to see God breathe life into a once thriving faith community.

With the leadership of Philadelphia Baptist Church in Deville and some funds provided by the Georgia Barnette State Missions Offering, Horseshoe Drive is once again growing and impacting their community. New visitors are showing up at their doors and the waters of the baptistry are stirring.

These faithful members asked, “Can these dry bones live again?” God answered with a resounding, “YES.” What does God wa

nt to resurrect in your life and church? Remember, it’s not over when God is in it.

What is God doing in your heart to bring dead things to life?

 

 

 

Have a great Lord’s Day!

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Sunday

”Spend time with the wise and you will become wise, but the friends of fools will suffer” 

~Proverbs 13:20 NCV~

 

 

Read the Bible Today

  • Isaiah 50
  • Psalm 108
  • James 1

 

 

Today’s Opportunity

  • Mission Project Day
  • FBC, Kentwood Fellowship Hall
  • 9 A.M. to Noon

 

 

Monday’s Opportunity

  • WMU Meeting at Hillsdale Baptist Church
  • 10 A.M.
  • Kay Bennett – Speaker
  • Bring items for her to use at Friendship House

 

Thank-you for praying today!

Anna Lee

 

 

Friday

Keep yourselves in God’s love as you wait for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to bring you to eternal life.

~Jude 1:21~

 

Read the Bible 

  • Isiah 49
  • Song of Solomon 7:1-5
  • Hebrews 13

 

 

Please pray for Mrs. Grace Chadwick, a patient at the nursing home in Greensburg.  “Miss” Grace is their oldest patient and the oldest friend David and I have.  She is very sick today and has been moved to ICU.  The family will be most appreciative of your prayers.

 

 

Mr. Jimmy Tolar was a patient at Hood Memorial yesterday..  Pray for Mr. Jimmy and his family.

 

 

Thank God for a place and medical staff close to home to care for these two.

 

 

Don’t forget to come to the fellowship hall in the morning for Mission Project Day.  I hope to see you at 9 A.M.

 

 

Tomorrow night, Spring Creek will host the associational Harvest Revival Service with Dr. Preston Nix preaching.

 

 

Your faithful prayers mean so much to others.

Anna Lee