If you declare with your mouth,

“Jesus is Lord,”

and believe in your heart

that God raised him from the dead,

you will be saved.

For it is with your heart

that you believe and are justified,

and it is with your mouth

that you profess your faith

and are saved.

~Romans 10:9-10~


Mrs. Ruby Dillon is scheduled to come home Thursday.  Please pray for her as she makes this adjustment.

Mr. Don Clemons is also expected to return home Thursday.  He will wait a little longer for the lab report.


Pray for Jennie as she has been flying home since last night and doesn’t land until this evening..  She’ll be leaving her firstborn at college next week.

James Michael Feltman

July 18, 1953 – August 06, 2017

Frank Benjamine Bedwell

February 06, 1971 – August 05, 2017

Read the Bible – I Chronicles 15-17 and Psalm 67

Baptist Press

Friday Morning Bible Study – Ezekiel 20

“Dania and the Radio” –

Children on Mission – Meets tonight at 6 P.M. at FBC, Kentwood

Operation Christmas Child Items We’re Collecting

  • August 13 – Pens and Pencils

  • August 20 – $1.00 Calculators

“Jesus Loves the Little Children” 

I believe in prayer.  Do you?

Anna Lee



As far as the east is from the west,

so far has he removed our transgressions from us.

~Psalm 103:12~


Please pray for Reid Travis who own the glass shop in Kentwood.  Reid is have a problem with a large kidney stone.  He and his family would appreciate your prayers.

Don Clemons‘ surgery went well yesterday morning.  Pray for him as he heals and waits for the lab report.

Mrs. Ruby Dillon has been moved from room 1706 to room 1708.  Her new room will be much larger.  The phone number is 230=1708.

Rusty Williams is hospitalized in Covington.  Pray for him and for his family.  Thanks!


Virginia Earline Wickham

March 28, 1932 – August 07, 2017


Delores Lorene Martin

January 07, 1936 – August 04, 2017



The LA Baptist Children’s Home in Monroe will soon be making stops in our area to pick up food supplies for their individual cottages.  They will be picking up at churches in our area on Monday, September 18th.  Below is a list of items they need the most.

Body Wash

Bottled Juice

Children’s Cereal

Cleaning Supplies

Cooking Oil/Crisco Shortening

Corn Meal

Flavoring (Lemon, Vanilla, Almond)

Freezer Bags

Canned Fruit

Gravy Mixes

Hand Soap/Sanitizer


Laundry Detergent (HE Liquid)



Onion Soup Mix

Pam Cooking Spray

Pickles and Relish

Pop Tarts

Rice (Instant and Boxed Dinners)

Salad Dressing

Velveeda Cheese

At FBC, Kentwood, your items can be left under the stairwell at the office entrance to the church.  Thank-you for helping to feed these children.


Don’t forget your OCC shoebox items.  FBC, Kentwood will be packing 350 shoeboxes and serving as a collection center in November.


“Only Believe”


Read the Bible – I Chronicles 11-14 & Psalm 66

Baptist Press


The next associational WMU meeting will be September 11th at FBC, Amite at 10 A.M.  Out focus will be on the Georgia Barnett Offering for Louisiana with Rev. Don Meadows of Taylor Creek Baptist Church as our speaker.  Mark your calendar.


May you see God’s blessings in your life today.

Anna Lee









Saturday Addition

The next Two Rivers Associational WMU meeting will be 9/11, September 11, 2018, at First Baptist Church of Amite.  The focus will be Georgia Barnett missions in Louisiana. The speaker is tentative now, so that will be announced later.  The location is a change from the church that was previously scheduled, so please note that we will be in Amite.


Update of health problems:

  1. Andy Taylor has seem some improvement, more on one hand than the other, since his surgery Monday.  He plans to be in church tomorrow.  Thank God for Andy’s improvement and continue to pray for Andy.
  2. Jeffrey Brister was in a bad motorcycle accident a few months ago.  He has one shoulder that has not healed, so he will be undergoing total shoulder replacement.  Pray all goes well with surgery and that Jeffrey gets use of his arm again.
  3. Jennie is continuing to recover from her fall last weekend.  Pray she continues to improve enough to be comfortable on a flight to New Orleans Wednesday.


If you do what is right, will you not be accepted?

But if you do not do what is right, sin is crouching at your door;

it desires to have you, but you must rule over it.”

~Genesis 4:7~


Ruby King of Roseland was able to go home from rehab yesterday.  Let’s pray she continues to improve.

Mrs. Ruby Dillon continues to be at North Oaks Rehab.  Please pray for her.


Read the Bible – Zachariah 9-14 & Psalm 62

Friday Morning Bible Study – Ezekiel 19 – 20:9

Baptist Press


Operation Christmas Child – What a blessing to go into a store to purchase items for OCC shoeboxes and see a Sunday School member shopping for items for shoeboxes, to have messages about what someone has purchased, but will not be able to turn in until next week, or to walk into the church and find bags of items someone dropped off for us. This is a major project that takes many hands and many hearts.  I’m so thankful for all those who participate and do so over and over to help collect the many items we will need.


“Trusting Jesus”


Remember to have faith and to trust.

Anna Lee




Jesus said to him,“Receive your sight;

your faith has healed you.”  

Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus, praising God.

When all the people saw it, they also praised God.

~Luke 18:42-43~


Tish Fairburn is doing very well.  Thank God for her good reports.

Ruby King has made good progress at rehab and will be going home today.  Please continue to pray for her as she faces the challenges of being at her home.

Andy Taylor is seeing some positive results of Monday’s surgery.  Please continue to pray for him and for Betty.

Bettye Fussell and Miss Fay Shoemaker both had good days yesterday.  Thank God for days like that.  Let’s pray that today is also a good day for both of these sweet ladies.

Berryl Billiott and a serious heart blockage.  Pray for him he seeks and receives proper treatment.


Read the Bible – Zachariah 5-8 & Psalm 61

Study Ezekiel – Friday mornings at 10:00 at FBC

Bible Drill Class for children through 5th grade – Sundays at 6 P.M.

Bible Study – Sunday mornings for all ages at 9:45.  There are classes for all ages.  I will be happy to help anyone/families locate a class/classes.




Operation Christmas Child – Last night, someone asked me to shop for them, as I have done before.  If you would rather not do the shopping, I will be glad to do that for you.  I will also show you what I purchased and give you the receipt.

This week we are shopping for pencils and pens. The following week we will be purchasing the $1.00 calculators.  They are on sale now at some stores.   If you find them, you may want to make your purchase now.


Be a blessing to others today.

Anna Lee








I waited patiently for the Lord,

and He turned to me

and heard my cry for help.

~Psalm 40:1 HCSB~


Miss Fay Shoemaker is back at home in Kentwood after a stay in the hospital in New Orleans.  Please keep her in your prayers.

Mrs. Estelle Raborn is also back at home in Kentwood.  As you pray for her, please pray for her faithful caregiver, her husband.

Pray for Andy Taylor as he has hand surgery this morning in McComb.  Pray for Betty as she also is a very faithful caregiver.


Read the Bible – Daniel 10-12 and Psalm 58


Thank-you to all who brought highlighters for Operation Christmas Child.  We will be collecting small glue sticks next Sunday.  I added a box under the stairwell steps for those who find it inconvenient to come to my classroom, but delivery to my classroom before Sunday School will still be an option.  I know we will have sufficient notebooks, but will check on other items and post their status periodically.  Each item you bring is greatly appreciated and will make some child very thankful.  Remember, the shoeboxes are an opportunity to share Jesus with the children.  Also, remember we will be collecting donations to help pay the shipping for the boxes.  The packing party will be the first Saturday of November.  Plan to be there to share the joy and excitement.


Friday morning Bible study will focus on Ezekiel 19 this week.


Start this week off right by checking on someone.  Both of you will be blessed!  It was certainly a sweet time when we share all the many names of those who are sick last night.  I trust each of you will make some visits….

Anna Lee






“If you are a follower of Christ Jesus . . .

all that matters is your faith

that makes you love others.”

 ~Galatians 5:6 CEV~


Mrs. Ruby Dillon continues to improve at North Oaks.  She appreciates your prayers.

Mrs. Estelle Raborn will be released from the Lake and coming home today.  Please continue to pray.

Jason Dean is hospitalized with colitis.  Pray for his improvement.

Gabe Humphrey, grandson of Sylvester and Shirley Humphrey, is having some health issues.  Please pray for the proper treatment for him.

Miss Fay Shoemaker‘s release from the hospital has been delay one day.  Please continue to pray for her.

Ruth Cutrer of Osyka had a heart ablation for her a-fib yesterday.  Pray it holds.


Read the Bible – Daniel 1-2, Psalm 55, and video on Daniel (

Today’s Bible Study at 10 A.M. – Ezekiel 18

Baptist Press


We’re looking forward to sorting and counting the highlighters, markers, and crayons that will be turned in at FBC, Kentwood Sunday morning.  I get so exited thinking of all the boys and girls who will be blessed by the items we are packing in shoeboxes this year.  Operation Christmas Child is in full swing!


“The Beautiful Garden of Prayer”


Prayer is important to me.  I hope it is to you too.

Anna Lee