Friday

For we did not follow cleverly devised stories when we told you about the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ in power, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty.

~2 Peter 1:16~

 

Saturday night, Two Rivers will hold a Harvest Revival meeting at Greenlaw Baptist Church at 6:30 P.M.

 

The Third Thursday Gathering at the Cabin last night was special in several ways.  We had our customary great meal, a first-time guest who came with Gibby and Katera McMillan, a 90 year old Mr. Harlon Toney making my newly tuned piano talk, talented James Rimes sharing about his songs before he sang each one, guests from six churches, and a devotional led by David that tied the whole night together.  It was another fantastic night in the cabin!  We’ll meet again next month.

 

Friday morning Bible study meets at 10 this morning in the FBC fellowship hall.

 

Read the Bible – Romans 3-4, Psalm 134, and video “Atonement” found at BibleProject.com.

 

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Share the good news of Jesus today.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

Friday

These are the things you are to do:

Speak the truth to each other,

and render true and sound judgment in your courts;

~Zechariah 8:16~

 

Donna Fay Miller is still coughing and having medication issues.  She goes back to the doctor today.  Please continue to pray for her.

Theople Hurst was released from the care of her doctor who did her recent gall bladder surgery.  “Miss” Theople is most anxious to get back to church.

Jimmy Alford, David’s brother, saw his new cancer specialist yesterday to discuss the plan for treatment.  Pray for Jimmy as he begins a tough round of treatment.

Ruby Dillon has had two or three more difficult days.  Pray for “Miss” Ruby as doctors are still trying to identify her problem.  Pray also for Mr. “Cete”, her personal caregiver.

 

Kody Ryan Kundler

April 08, 1998 – October 04, 2017

A resident of Kentwood, he passed away on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 in Magnolia, MS. He was born April 8, 1998 in Hammond, LA and was 19 years of age. He is survived by his parents, Kenneth and Mary Margaret Bates Kundler; sister, Kristen Kundler; grandmother, Amelia Terry Bates; grandfather, Kurt Kundler; aunts and uncles, Kelly and Tammy Kundler and Aimee and Tyrone Blades. Preceded in death by grandparents, Hugh Bates and Carmen Thomas Kundler; and an uncle, Patrick Bates. Visitation at Pine Ridge United Methodist Church, Kentwood, from 10:00AM until religious services at 2:00PM on Saturday, October 7, 2017. Services conducted by Rev. Michael Townsend. Interment Pine Ridge Cemetery, Kentwood. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

http://www.mckneelys.com/obituary/kody-kundler?fh_id=10545

 

 

Bible Study – 10 A.M. today on Ezekiel 25

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Read the Bible – Acts 3-4 and Psalms 120

Operation Christmas Child – Washcloths are still needed!

Postage for “shoeboxes” is still needed.  When I think of how much it costs me to mail a shoebox size package to my family overseas, I quickly realize what a bargain this postage really is!

Georgia Barnett Offering for Louisiana meets needs.  Remember, 100% of the money given goes directly into various projects here in Louisiana.

 

 

“Work, for the Night is Coming”

 

I don’t usually include weather information, but with “Nate” quickly coming our way, I want to ask you to prepare in the way that is best for you and your family.  It looks like it will be hear during the very early hours Sunday.

 

Your prayers are greatly appreciated by others.  Keep them coming.

Anna Lee

Thursday

I desire therefore that the men pray everywhere,

lifting up holy hands,

without wrath and doubting.

~1 Timothy 2:8 NKJV~

 

Rene Terrell of Osyka had a 99% heart blockage that was repaired with a stent.  She is home now and feels thankful.  You can join her in thanking God for a successful procedure.

Jake Fowler broke his right thumb in the Sumner football game.  He required surgery, which was yesterday morning in Covington.  I called Wendy yesterday and found her mom was there with Jake as he rested.  The break was worse than everyone first thought.

Dominic Terrese, a classmate from Amite High is hospitalized following a hear attack.  As you pray for him, please also pray for his wife, Jane, and other family members.  Dominic and Jane live in Loranger.

George Cutrer had a post surgery check-up.  All seems to be going well.  Thank God for George’s good report.

Donna Fay Miller was able to return home late yesterday afternoon.  I’m sure she is so thankful to have her procedure done and be back at home.  Thank you for praying for her.

 

Bettie Ratliff Smith

April 17, 1934 – October 03, 2017

http://www.mckneelys.com/obituary/bettie-smith?lud=9872BD094E97BFF7471D64402560E5DD

 

John Wyatt Daniel

January 19, 2000 – October 02, 2017

 

 

Read the Bible – Acts 1-2, Psalm 119: 153-176, & video on Acts 1-12 (BibleProject.com)

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Today is the national Bring Your Bible to School Day.  Don’t miss this opportunity to share your faith.
The Senior Adult Revival was wonderful!  Thanks to Margaret Caraway and others who helped plan it for us to enjoy.

 

Tomorrow’s Bible study will be on Ezekiel 25.  You are welcome to join us in the fellowship hall of FBC, Kentwood.

 

Operation Christmas Child – We are collecting soap and washcloths this week.

 

Darlington Baptist and Bethel Baptist churches are having a joint revival.  Rev. Don Meadows of Taylor Creek Baptist Church is preaching.  Someone who was there last night said they had a very good service.

 

“Alas and Did My Savior Bleed”

  (You will be missing out if you do not watch this.  I watched this one and just kept              watching other songs.)

 

Have a terrific Thursday. 

Anna Lee

Tuesday

Rejoice always, pray without ceasing,

in everything give thanks;

for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.

~1Thessalonians 5:16-18 NKJV~

 

 

Thank-you for praying for Shelbie Travis yesterday.  The doctor was pleased with her surgery.  Shelbie’s grandmother flew in yesterday to help care for Shelbie and Austyn.

 

David got a good report on his hand yesterday.  Now, he only has to use his brace when he does more physical work.  David will be glad to put the brace aside this much.

 

Tomorrow is See You at the Pole Day when students will be gathering at flag poles at their school to pray.  Thank God for students who are bold enough to lead out for God among their peers.  Youth from FBC, Kentwood will lead an associational event Wednesday night at the Lighthouse at 6 P.M.

 

 

Boys and girls who attend missions class at FBC, Kentwood are reminded to wear their green vests.

 

Hair ornaments for girls will be the Operation Christmas Child item we will be collecting Sunday.  Leave your bags in church entry area or deliver the bags to my Sunday School classroom Sunday.  Thank-you so much for helping with this great project!

 

 

 

Read the Bible – Luke 6-7 and Psalm 115

 

“Young” Ladies’ Birthday Party – This morning at 11 A.M. at The Cafe.  Come help us celebrate ladies with September birthdays.

 

Friday Morning Bible Study – Exodus 24 – 10 A.M. in the Fellowship Hall

 

 

“Let the Lower Lights be Burning”

 

 

Many people tell me how much they appreciate your prayers.  Keep them flowing from your lips and hearts.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Friday

 

Submit yourselves, then, to God.

Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.

~James 4:7~

 

JoEllen Carruth thanks you for praying for Darrel Ray.  He’s home and recovering nicely from eye surgery.

Rusty Williams has some serious health issues and is hospitalized in Covington.  Please add him to your prayer list.

 

Lula Mae McLin Lombardo

August 04, 1918 – September 21, 2017

A resident of Greensburg, passed away on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at her home. She was born August 4, 1918 in Bluff Creek, LA and was 99 years of age. Preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, Frank S. Lombardo; parents, Emmitt and Lena McLin; a brother, John E. McLin; two grandchildren, Paul and Paula Lombardo; and great grandchild Isabella Lombardo. Survived by sons, Frank Lombardo and wife, Ellen, and Joe Lombardo and wife, Catherine; grandchildren, Tony Lombardo and wife, Laura, and Joseph Lombardo, Angela L. Cernich and husband, Oscar, and Joey Lombardo and wife, Nikki; great grandchildren include Nick and Sydney Lombardo, Max and Samantha Lombardo, Ella, Emilia, and Elliott Lombardo, Austin Wascom; and great great grandchild, Gabriel Wascom. She grew up and lived in Pine Grove, La. and was a long time friend of Pine Grove Methodist Church. She was a member of St. Helena Catholic Church in Amite, La. Also a member of Catholic Daughters of the Americas (honored as oldest living member), the Overload Quilting Club and the Piney Woods Quilting Guild in Pine Grove, La. A special thanks to the loving care provided by her devoted sitters. Family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Full of Grace Inc. in Amite, La. Visitation at St. Helena Catholic Church Hall from 9:30 AM until 11:00AM with Funeral Mass at St. Helena Catholic Church at 11:30AM on Saturday, September 23, 2017. Services conducted by Fr. Mark Beard. Interment Greensburg Cemetery, Greensburg. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Pamela Easley Viator Connelly
(April 19, 1963 – September 20, 2017) 

Pamela Grace Easley Viator Connelly, of Osyka, passed into the loving arms of her Heavenly Father in the early morning hours on September 20, 2017, at her home.

Pamela was born in Baton Rouge, LA, April 19, 1963, to Bobby Easley and Grace Ann McDaniel Estess Taylor.

Pamela was a 1981 graduate of Parklane Academy. She was an independent dispatcher for the JOWIN Company and was a hard-working, dedicated employee who took care of her customers and drivers.

Anyone who knew Pamela knew she loved her family, her flowers and loved her LSU Tigers, win or lose. She had a contagious smile and loving spirit that touched everyone she met. She loved her Savior, Jesus Christ. She never met a stranger, and was always putting others before herself. She was a member of First Baptist Church Magnolia.

She is preceded in death by her late husband, Mark A. Viator, Jr. and grandparents, Grace and W.H. McDaniel and Gladys and James Clarence Easley.

Pamela leaves behind her husband of 22 years, Geoffrey Connelly; daughters, Allison Viator and Christie Viator; three sons, Randall Connelly, Mark Anthony “Tony” Viator, III and Dustin “Dusty” Viator; her mother, Grace Ann Taylor and husband, Randolph; her father, Bobby Easley and wife, Dianne; two grandchildren, Madilyn Ray and Christian Mixon; one brother Rusty Easley; a sister, Ashley Brister and husband, Josh; a special nephew, Craig Louviere and wife, Melanie; a special father-in-law, Mark A. Viator, Sr. and numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends who will never forget her gentle spirit.

Visitation is Friday at First Baptist Church in Magnolia from 5PM until 8PM and continues Saturday from 9AM until services at 10AM with Rev. Joe Gunter officiating. Burial will be in Terry’s Creek Cemetery under the direction of Sharkey Funeral Home in Summit.

Pallbearers are, Luke Snow, Thad Snow, Brandon Drury, Craig Louviere, Nelson Ott and Matthew Kleppinger Honorary pallbearers are Sam Estess and Richard Paul Cutrer.

Share condolences at catchingsfuneralhome.com

 

 

This morning we will have Bible Study at 10:00 at FBC, Kentwood.  You are invited to join us.

 

 

Read the Bible – John 19-21 & Psalm 111

 

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We had a great time last night at the cabin.  Five different churches were represented. but we’re all one in God’s family.  If you didn’t come, I invite you to come next month on the 3rd Thursday of the month.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Thursday

I pray this: that your love

will keep on growing in knowledge

and every kind of discernment.

~Philippians 1:9 HCSB~

 

 

Mrs. Anne Hurst is in St. Helena Hospital.  Please keep her in your prayers,

Mrs. Theople Hurst is home and glad to be there.  She thanks you for your prayers.

Dennis Travis is better and possible can come home tomorrow.  He will be seeing additional doctors.

Aubrey McMillian had a lawn mower to turn over on him about a week ago.  He is still healing, but thankful it was not much worse.  Please add him to your prayer list.

Donna Fay Miller’s heart ablation is scheduled for the 12th.

Pray for Miss Fay Shoemaker as she does pre-op for her heart cauterization.

 

 

Read the Bible – John 16-18 & Psalm 110

 

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Third Thursday at the Cabin – Tonight at 6:30

 

Friday Morning Bible Study – FBC, Kentwood at 10 A.M. Fridays

 

 

Looking forward to baptism and decisions Sunday morning.

Anna Lee

 

 

Wednesday

You make known to me the path of life;

you will fill me with joy in your presence,

with eternal pleasures at your right hand.

~Psalm 16:11~

 

Mark your calendar;

  • Happening now – Georgia Barnett Offering for Louisiana missions/ministry
  • Tonight – Last night of revival at FBC, Kentwood.  It begins at 6 P..M.
  • Tomorrow – Third Thursday at the Cabin at 6:30 P.M.
  • Fridays – Bible study class at 10:00 A.M.
  • Sunday (25th) – Operation Christmas Child collecting washcloths and soap
  • Tuesday – “Young” Ladies’ Birthday Party at The Cafe at 11 A.M.
  • Sunday (Oct 1st) – Operation Christmas Child – collecting hair bows, ribbons, pony tail holders, barrettes, and other hair ornaments for girls
  • Sunday at 6 P.M. – Bible Drill class
  • Wednesday at 6 P.M. (Next week) – Missions class for children
  • Beginning Oct. 1st on Sundays and Wednesdays at 6 P.M.- New program for children up through 5th grade
  • Coming soon – Trunk or Treat at FBC

 

Read the Bible – John 13-15, Psalm 109, and video on John 13-21 found at http://bibleproject.com

 

Hymn of the Day – “Higher Ground”

 

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Thanks for continuing to check in even when the internet service is down.  I hope the new location of the satellite will help for a long time.

Anna Lee