Be devoted to one another in love.

Honor one another above yourselves.

~Romans 12:10 (NIV)~



Carol Bennett Sealey has been walking the hall at the hospital following her colon surgery.  Please continue to pray for her as she heals.




Dollie Frazier is now able to see much better with both eyes.  Thank you for praying for her as she had cataract surgeries.




Pray for the many graduates who are seeking jobs and for students who are looking for summer/part time jobs.




Pray for those in hospitals, rehabs, and long tern care facilities. Thank God for those who give of their time on a regular basis to visit family, friends, and total strangers.




Read and Write the Bible Today – “Abiding in Christ” – Matthew 4:21








When you have a praise, prayer request, or update, please feel free to click “Contact” on the top of this page and send me a message.  Thanks!

Anna Lee













“But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.”

~1 John 1:7~




Please pray for Maddie

Maddie is the granddaughter of a high school classmate and has a rare liver disease.   She’s beautiful, inside and out!




Carol Bennett Sealey had surgery yesterday.  Pray for her as she recovers from the surgery.




Robin Hayden had a fall that led to surgery about 6 P.M. last night.  Pray for him and his caregivers.    Robin’s mother is Mrs. Hollis Ann Hayden.




Jonnie Clay Harling

December 25, 1940 – May 18, 2019

Jonnie Clay Harling, 78, of Chesbrough, LA, passed away peacefully at 11:19AM, Saturday, May 18, 2019 at his home with his loving sister, “Homer” by his side.

He was born December 25, 1940 in Prentiss County, MS.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Alice Scott Sandifer; stepfather, Lewis Sandifer; father, J.C. Harling and great-niece, Jessica Caine Travis

Mr. Harling was a veteran and served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy.  He was a retired seaman with the Merchant Marines.

He was a friend to all and enjoyed life and boy, he loved to dance!  He liked giving everyone a nickname and had a special one for each of the five gals he loved the most in is life.

Jonnie is survived by two sisters, Fay Liuzza and husband, Jack of Amite and Betty Travis – Taylor of Chesbrough; one niece, Tracie Travis of Amite; three nephews, Herman Travis of Chesbrough, Peyton Travis of Tangipahoa and  Reid Travis of Chesbrough; one great-niece, Shelbie Travis; twelve great-nephews, James Ballard, Joshua Clay Ballard, Wesley Travis, Wyatt Travis, Lewis Travis, Landon Travis, Jacob Travis, Samuel Travis, Charles Travis, Daniel Travis, Daniel Travis, Joseph Travis and Caleb Travis; three great-grand-nieces, Alayna Grace Travis, Charli Kate Travis and  Austyn Rae DeMars; one great-great-nephew, Bentley Ray Travis; extended family, Scott Bozzard and wife, Susan and their children, Tyler, Tegan and Trey of Humble, TX.

Private services will be held at a later date under the direction of Sharkey Funeral Home in Summit, MS.



James Dew has been nominated for the presidency of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  Please cover him with your prayers.  He replaces Chuck Kelley who has served many years.–you-are-never-alone




Kay Bennett and the Baptist Friendship House were recently honored by the FBI for their work to to stop human trafficking in New Orleans.




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I believe in prayer!  I trust you do too.  

Anna Lee


“God is love.”

~1 John 4:8~



Adrian Phillips 

Adrian would like to Thank everyone for all the Prayers I know they are working , still needs more ! He was sent home last night with these 4 To deal with|| EndStage Kidney Disease / Heart Failure /. Aortic Stenosis /Coronary Artery Disease. Going back Tuesday to do Stents No open Heart at this time Will know more later Hoping the Stents will help him until the Heart Valve can be done Thanks for Prayers 🙏🙏 . (Written by Lauree)



Carol Bennett Sealey grew up in Roseland where she still has many friends and relatives. Her sister, Barbara Bennett Gaines, shared this yesterday.

Asking everyone to please put my sister Carol Bennett Sealey on their prayer list. She found out almost a month ago, after a colonoscopy that she has colon cancer. After lots of doctor’s appts., blood work, and scans, they believe it is contained to that one polyp. She will be having surgery Tuesday morning. Please remember to lift her up that all will go well with good results. She is a trooper for sure, she has had more than her share of surgeries and keeps right on going. You can never have too many prayers. Thanking you in advance!! Love my sister, I mean my older sister!!! LOL Carol still Love you!!!




Dolly Frazier had her second successful cataract surgery this week.  Thank God for Dolly’s successful surgeries and improved vision.




Mr. “Cete” Dillon will be going to Hammond today to receive additional blood.  Please keep him in your prayers.




George Eddie Lee came to visit David yesterday.  We immediately noticed his left knee was bandaged.  He burned his knee in a tractor mishap.  Pray for complete healing of the knee with no complications.




Rev. John Fulda has had some heart issues that now seem to be correctable due to a new procedure that is available.  He is well known and loved because of his many years of teaching chorus in Amite and of preaching in the Church of Christ in the Amite area.  Pray the new procedure will be available and successful.




Joseph “Joe” Hugh DeBlanc

June 20, 1946 – May 15, 2019

Joseph “Joe” Hugh DeBlanc, 72, a resident of Osyka, MS, passed away May 15, 2019 at his residence.  Visitation will be Friday, May 17, 2019 from 9AM until services at 11AM at Terry’s Creek Baptist Church. Rev. Laverne Summerlin, Rev. James Sanders, and Rev. Wade Burgess will officiate.

Mr. DeBlanc was born June 20, 1946 to the late Elliott R. and Geneva McElveen DeBlanc. He was a retired dairy farmer along with being a member and deacon of Terry’s Creek Baptist Church. He will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him.

He is preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, George DeBlanc and David DeBlanc; and two sisters, Deloris Bethel and Annette DeBlanc.

He is survived by his wife; Patricia DeBlanc of Osyka, MS; one son, Jody DeBlanc (Laura) of Osyka, MS; one daughter, Amy DeBlanc Burgess (Wade) of Sugar Land, TX; two brothers, Robert DeBlanc (Susie) and Roy DeBlanc; one sister, Genevieve Johnson (Billy); four grandchildren, Alex Burgess, Ashlyn,  Aaron, and Allye DeBlanc; a mother-in-law, Lois G. Bridges; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers will be:  Danny Spencer, Bud Spencer, Doug Easley, Steve Travis, Billy Lee, Travis Easley and Glenn Sanders.

Honorary Pallbearers will be John M. Bond, Allen McDaniel, Dennis Lea, and Christopher Myers.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be made to Terry’s Creek Baptist Church.



Read and Write the Bible Today – “Abiding in Christ” – Revelations 3:20



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These are some of the many people you can pray for today.  Add names of others you aware of who have needs and pray.

Anna Lee





“Trust God all the time.

Tell him all your problems, because God is our protection.” 

~Psalm 62:8 NCV~




Susie Sharkey’s knee surgery went well yesterday.  Now, on to rehab.  Additional prayers will be appreciated.



Adrian Phillips‘ angiogram is this morning at Baton Rouge General.  He is ready to do whatever it takes to feel better.  Please pray for him.



I injured both of my knees yesterday.  Previously, I injured both thumbs that are still bothering me.  Pray they get better soon.  I need to be healthy!



Read and  Write the Bible – “Abiding in Love” – Galatians 2:15






Enjoy a beautiful day from the Lord today.

Anna Lee







LORD, you establish peace for us;

all that we have accomplished you have done for us.

~Isaiah 26:12~




I’m thankful for God who loves us and helps you find peace on the difficult days we all have.




I’m going to be brief this morning because I have a long list of things to accomplish today.




I am thankful for a better rest last night.  I am thankful to wake up in my own house.  I am thankful to open the refrigerator at my own home. I’m even thankful for the sound of my washing machine this morning.  Being in the hospital for a few days certainly makes you appreciate being back at home.  I’m thankful that David and I are back at home.  He lost fifteen pounds of fluid in less than a week.  I know he will feel better today.  Please continue to remember David in your prayers.




Read and Write the Bible Today – “Abiding in Christ” – Psalm 25:21







Stay safe and dry today.  I’m thankful we only had light rain on our drive home from Baton Rouge yesterday.  What is on your thankfulness list today?

Anna Lee










“I am the vine, and you are the branches.

If you stay joined to me, and I stay joined to you, then you will produce lots of fruit.

But you cannot do anything without me”

 ~John 15:5 CEV~



Read and Write the Bible – Psalm 46:1












Bro. Darryl Miller’s morning post:

Good morning. Today we will be recognizing our graduating seniors. Remember to pray for these young women and men as they continue their journey through life.
Also, we will have a Deacon ordination service for Ernest (Joe) Cutrer at 6pm. Ordination council at 4:30 this afternoon in the sanctuary.
As our graduates start to move out on their own, a lesson that I hope that they learn early is this- The little things in life make a big difference. A little of God’s blessings will have an impact of “goodness” in their lives that they can feel and others can see. Unfortunately, the same is true of a little sin. A small seemingly unnoticeable sin entering their lives will have a negative impact that they can feel and others can see. In order to truly be blessed we have to keep all sin at a distance.
Join us at FBC Kentwood this morning for Sunday School at 9:15 followed by Worship at 10:30. Our scripture passage will be Numbers 6:22-27. We will go Facebook Live at 10:30 for those that can’t be here in person.



I hope you will be in church somewhere this morning, but if you can’t, find a good pastor on television, computer, or i-phone.

Anna Lee




“You are my friends if you do what I command.” 

~John 15:14 NLT~




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Make your plans to attend the National Day of Prayer meeting at FBC, Amite tomorrow night at 6:30.




Read & Write the Bible “Abiding in Christ” – Psalm 91: 1-2




Thanks go the person who sent a box of beads for use in the Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes.  Also, thanks to those of you who have contributed plastic Easter eggs for the shoeboxes.  Each and every item will go in shoeboxes in the fall.  We collect now and pack later.  Don’t forget to take the time to check out the items in the tote on the organ.  These items represent some of the items we will use this year.  You can also contribute by giving to the Operation Christmas Child Fund at church.  Marking you envelope “OCC” or “Shoeboxes” is all you have to do.




The weather has been beautiful.  We have enjoyed sitting on the patio.  Pray for everyone to be able to get out or to look out and enjoy God’s creation.




Please continue to pray for those who have needs.  They might be spiritual, physical, emotional, etc.

Anna Lee