“In the same way the Spirit also joins to help in our weakness,

because we do not know what to pray for as we should,

but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with unspoken groanings.”


Austin Rose is doing better.  He is able to eat a little and to enjoy having company.  The family thanks you so much for your prayers.

Please read “Prayers for Eli” on Facebook.  Eli has been/is a very sick little boy.  As you pray for him, please include prayers for the family.

Some of my aunt’s immediate family were meeting with her doctor at 6:30 this morning to discuss a pacemaker.  Let’s pray for whatever decision was made.  Let’s also be thankful some of the Louisiana portion of the family were able to be in Alabama with Eva Smith.

My niece, Kristin Eudy, came home from her mission trip to Haiti yesterday afternoon.  She left another piece of her heart there.  Pray for Kristin to be able to use her experiences to encourage others to participate in missions.

Betty Ann Rodriguez Turner
(September 7, 1935 – July 3, 2013)

A resident of Independence, died at 1:50 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3, 2013 at North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond. She was born September 7, 1935 in Amite and was 77 years of age. Survived by 2 daughters, Janet Danna and husband, David, Independence and Laurie Turner and partner, Sandra Cummings, Mt. Hermon; 2 sons, Clay Turner, Loranger and James Turner and wife, Kelly, Lake Charles; 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren; 2 daughters-in-law, Connie Turner, Loranger and Loretta Turner, Loranger. Preceded in death by husband, James Thomas Turner; son, Glenn Turner; parents, Alton and Lorena Rodriguez; brother, Alex Rodriguez; 3 half-brothers, Melvin, Doc and Clint Chavers. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Sunday and from 8 a.m. until religious services at 10 a.m. on Monday, July 8, 2013. Interment Loranger Cemetery, Loranger. For an online guestbook, visit

“3 Common Traits of Youth Who Don’t Leave the Church” –

“1-2-5 Challenge” –

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Battling Ego” –

Inspiration – A Moment of Valor – “John Hawk” –

Vacation Bible School – Both Line Creek Baptist Church and New Zion Baptist Church in the Kentwood area will have VBS this coming week.  Check with the church to see specifics of date and time.

Have a blessed day and be a blessing to someone today!

Anna Lee

Monday Afternoon

Ok we are officially at zero ANC so immune system is wiped out and counts are low so now we wait and protect him from any germs and infections and hopefully be out by the end of next week . So pray we zip thru this week with no bumps along the road. Thanks family

Women’s Ministry

  • FBC, Kentwood will be hosting the area-wide meeting for the state WMU called “Connected” on Saturday, August 17th.  An important planning meeting for “Connect” will be at 4 P.M. on Sunday, July 7th.  Ladies, please attend, if possible.  Mark your calendar.
  • Purses for Purpose: We will be collecting and stuffing used purses in good condition to give away to girls, youth, and children in need.  Please bring purses to the collection baskets at the church.  Purses will be stuffed with pens, notebooks, new cosmetics, tissues, Christian literature, etc.
  • Lara’s Gowns for Smiles – We will be having a “cutting” party, to cut our the fabric that will be sewn into hospital gowns, on Monday, July 29th at 10:00 A.M. in the fellowship hall.  If you still have cute fabric or can purchase come before then, please do so.  Susan, the lady who has made hundreds of gown, will be here to pick up fabric and to coordinate/supervise the process.  Be a special blessing to a sick child.

Contact me if you have questions.


“Father, please bless them with Your love as they commit to take up the cross

and follow You into this intensive week of prayer for the nations.

In dying to self, may they find greater joy, peace and satisfaction.”

~Luke 9:23-25~

Pray for my niece, and others, as Kristin is on her second missionary trip to Haiti this week.

From Jennie:

We had our first worship service in Kladno last night. I am so proud ofMallory HatchelAvery Silby and Madison for leading the children’s program.Boyd Hatchel did a great job with the adults too.

 News from Spring Creek Campers – 17 decisions including 7 professions of faith and the week is just beginning!

Becky Carruth Lindsey asks us to continue to remember her dad, Larry Carruth, in our prayers.  They are hoping for a miracle in his life.

Reese Birch DeLee is doing better.  Thank you for your continued prayers for her.

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Bouncing Back” –

Inspirational – A Moment of Valor – “Clarence Sasser” –

Don’t forget the worship opportunity at Line Creek tonight.  Refer to yesterday’s Prayer Link for more information.

That’s all for now.  I’m going to try to complete my sleep now.

Anna Lee


(In honor of those from Spring Creek who trusted God with their lives last night! –

The best message a mama can get is when her child tells her that she just got saved tonight at church camp.)

“This means that anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person.

The old life is gone; a new life has begun!”

~2 Corinthians 5:17 NLT~

We are thankful for the rain, almost two inches, we received Saturday afternoon.  God’s timing is always right!

Missionary to Tokyo’s homeless dies –

Line Creek Baptist Church 

We will be having revival services every Monday night in July @ 7:00. This Monday night, July 1st, Roll Away the Stone will be leading us in worship, and Dr. Larry LeBlanc from FBC Summit will be preaching. I hope to see all of you there, and I especially hope to see a large crowd of young adults. Don’t miss it! Let’s get rejuvenated in our faith so that we will be empowered to serve Jesus more faithfully. No Sunday night services so no excuses!

KOM Pray – Newsletter 4 Fun –

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Late Arrivals Welcome” –

In honor of the Fourth of July – Moments of Valor – “Jack Lucas”

Have a wonderful Lord’s Day!

Anna Lee


“Let us test and examine our ways.

Let us turn back to the Lord.”

~Lamentations 3:40 NLT~

Pray for Carol New.  She now has a neurostimulator to help with the pain.  She will also be wearing a brace for about three months.  Thanks for your continued prayers for her.

Eva Smith is much better.  She no longer has a-fib and is only on 40% oxygen as compared to 100% oxygen 24 hours earlier.  The fluid around her heart has gone away with medication.  Thanks for praying for her yesterday.

Continue to pray for Robbie Lynn.  Her family appreciates your prayers.

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Love and Prayer” –

“God pours His love into our hearts that it might flow out to others.”

Inspirational – A Moment of Hope – “Fields of Faith”

I hope you have enjoyed these short clips.  I know my heart has been touched.  I fell I have found a new mission project.

Baptist Press –


“The Kingdom of God is not a matter of what we eat or drink,

but of living a life of goodness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.”

~Romans 14:17 NLT~

Continue to pray for Austin Rose.  He had his first treatment for leukemia yesterday  and will celebrate his 17th birthday tomorrow (Friday).

Lea Smith is doing well following his eye surgery for cataracts.  Wanda Smith is wearing a “boot” as a last resort before facing surgery on her foot.  Pray God directs her in the proper path to healing.

Pray for Robbie Lynn to have a good day today.

Andy Taylor’s sister, Cindy Juban, is scheduled to meet with the surgeon so work on her tumors can begin.

Mrs. Mary Womack is home.  Pray she has a good day today.

Chase Birch is doing well following surgery on his right (pitching) arm.  Continue to pray for him.

Mrs. Ruth Cutrer is doing well following her surgery.  Pray she continues to improve.

Continue to pray for Susan Rimes.  She is very uncomfortable as she deals with kidney stones a little longer.

Continue to pray for Melissa Johnson.  Most of us cannot imagine having two broken arms and facing a big feeling of helplessness.

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Let’s Stick Together”

Inspiration – A Moment of Hope – “The Patriot Guard” –

Line Creek Baptist Church will be celebrating their VBS Commencement tonight at 6:30.  Thank God for another opportunity for children to learn about God, to have fun while doing so, and have the opportunity to accept Jesus in their hears.

What opportunities will you create today to do something meaningful for someone?

Anna Lee

Wednesday – 2nd Addition

“Miss” Susie Wales – I just received another message from Chris and Kathy Wales.  “Miss” Susie is still in the ER.  She had seen a doctor who tried to move her hip back into place, but it popped out again.  She also has a UTI.  The family is waiting to meet with the surgeon.  “Miss” Susie has been sedated.  Prayers are much appreciated.

I have names for the July “Young” Ladies’ Birthday Party.  Please contact the church office if you know of any other names that need to be added.

  • Bobbie Magee
  • Barbara Erwin
  • Janice Hornsby
  • Martha Griffin
  • Irene Morris
  • Gloria Boone
  • Debbie Bales
  • Anne Hurst
  • Hellen Morris