Wednesday

But as it is written: ‘Eye has not seen, nor ear heard,

nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him.’

~1 Corinthians 2:9 NKJV~

 

Richard Navarra

June 06, 1956 – December 04, 2014

Richard Navarra, 58, of Maurepas, passed away on December 4, 2014, as a result of liver cancer. His family and close friends were by his side when he drifted off to be with the Lord. Richard was born on June 6, 1956, to Dominick and Margaret Navarra of Amite. He married the love of his life, Lou Cook, on July 3, 1981. They have one daughter, Brittany; son-in-law, Clay Lauzervich and a beautiful granddaughter, Sidney Lynn Lauzervich; brother, Roger Navarra; niece, Charlotte Phillips; nephew, Dominick Navarra, and other relatives. Richard was a devoted husband, father, brother, and grandfather. He took great pride and joy in his family and had an enormous love for people. He never met a stranger and if he was your friend, he was your friend for life. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, fishing, making his famous beef jerky, and hanging out at Hi-Ho in the mornings with a great group of friends before work. He is preceded in death by his parents, Dominick and Margaret Navarra and sister, Ramona Navarra. Visitation will be held at Mater Dolorosa Catholic Church, Independence, from 9 AM until funeral service at 12 Noon on Saturday, December 6, 2014. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

(Richard was one of my former students.)

 

Senior Adult Holiday Luncheon – FBC, Kentwood at 11 A.M. today

 

Children in Action (Missions Class) will meet at 6 P.M. to learn more about the life of Lottie Moon, the offering named in her honor, and the Bible story of the birth of Jesus.  All elementary age children are invited to join us.

 

Lottie Moon Week of Prayer for international missions – Day 4 (Mexico City) – https://www.imb.org/day-4/

 

Read the Bible – James 1-3, Psalm 31, and video on James found at http://bibleproject.com

 

Surprise! Surprise! – There are now reports for snow at the end of the week.  Be prepared for this weather change!  Help someone else who might not be prepared.

Anna Lee

 

 

Wednesday

Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good;

his love endures forever.

~  I Chronicles 16:34~

 

Please pray for the Dillons.  “Miss” Ruby has been admitted to North Oaks with some dehydration and an infection.  She’s in room 4102. Mr. “Cete” is with her.
I have an update on Kayla J. Evans and her baby girl, Finley.  They are both doing well at this point.

Russell Wiley Crawford

December 09, 1939 – November 27, 2017

A resident of Spring Creek passed away on Monday, November 27, 2017 at Lallie Kemp Regional Medical Center in Independence. He was born December 9, 1939 in New Orleans and was 77 years of age. He was a U. S. Army Veteran and a member of Spring Creek Baptist. He is survived by wife, Marilyn Kelting Crawford; daughter, Becky Crawford; son, Randy Crawford; 2 grandchildren, Chase and Kaysie Crawford; sister, Carol Fairburn, all of Spring Creek. Preceded in death by parents, George and Flora Crawford; sister, Margaret Roberts; 2 brothers-in-law, Fred Roberts and Gerald Fairburn; nephew, Scott Fairburn; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Eugene and Lucille Kelting. Visitation at Spring Creek Baptist Church from 10 a.m. until religious services at 12:00 Noon on Thursday, November 30, 2017. Services conducted by Dr. Danny Smith. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Spring Creek Baptist Church Building Fund in memory of Russell. McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Read the Bible – Philemon, Psalm 24, and video of Philemon at http://bibleproject.com
Work is progressing on the Two Rivers Associational Annual Lottie Moon Tea.  Let me invite all ladies (3-103 years old) to come to First Baptist Church, Kentwood at 2 P.M.  Sunday. In additional to some tea and other treats, you’ll hear a missionary who has returned to the states and witness the musical talents of the children and youth of our local churches.  The ladies will be decorating their tables Saturday morning.  I know they will be beautiful!  If this is your first holiday event, it will put you in a Christ centered focus for the Christmas season.  If you miss it, there will be no second chance.  I’m looking forward to seeing you Sunday at 2 P.M.  We are thankful to have our children and youth help with serving of food, as well as singing.
The children of FBC, Kentwood will have missions tonight and work in a little last-minute practice time for the tea.  We begin in the sanctuary at 6 P.M.
The ladies will have their regular Bible study, of Ezekiel, Friday morning at 10 A.M.  The prophesy is interesting.  We are comparing those days to the present days and praying for our nation and world to turn back to Jesus.
The “shoeboxes” we packed are getting the Christian literature that will introduce them to Jesus added this week and boxes divided up for their final destinations as well as packaging for overseas shipping.  The boxes might travel by plane, ship, boat, wagon, bus, car, truck. camel, horse, on even be carried in on the backs of people.  All opened boxes will bring joy and an introduction to Jesus!
Sunday, we will begin our Week of Prayer for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.  We received slightly more than our goal for the Georgia Barnett Offering for North American missions.  I look forward to exceeding this goal too!  We will again have our Missions March as introduced to us by Dr. Tom Higginbothan, a former IMB missionary who served as interim pastor at FBC, Kentwood a few years ago.
Sunday is the deadline for bringing in STAMPED Christmas cards for the prisoners at the parish jail.  David and I will personally deliver the cards to the jail next week.  No number of cards is too large or too small!  We’ll pray each one impacts a family with the true Christmas message this holiday season.
It’s a great week!  Follow Jesus in the Christmas season this year!  Merry Christmas!
Anna Lee

Thursday

2 My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? 

3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am. 

4 You know the way to the place where I am going.”

~John 14:2-4~

 

 

Read the Bible today – Philippians 1-2, Psalm 11, and the video about Philippians

Baptist Press http://bpnews.net

 

Ora Lee Wilson’s nephew, 50, who had two heart attacks is better and stable.  Thank you for your prayers for him.

Michelle L. Murphy and Ferrie Gene Blackmon both are facing surgery soon.  Pray for them.

Andy Taylor was able to be back at church last night.  Please continue to keep his foot problem in your prayers.

 

 

The Operation Christmas Child Drop-Off Location at FBC, Kentwood is looking forward to receiving lots of shoeboxes today that were packed at churches last night.  Each box is special to those who collected items and packed the box, but much more important to the child and family that receives the box.  The drop-off sites will be open daily through Monday.  The site in Kentwood will be open 10 – 12 noon today, Thursday, and 4-6 P.M. Friday.

 

Churches that are a part of Two Rivers Association are collecting STAMPED, RELIGIOUS Christmas cards until December 3rd.  Then, they will be taken to the local parish jails in Amite and Greensburg and given to prisoners so they can send messages to family members.

 

Friday Morning Bible Study will meet tomorrow at 10 A.M. and continue the study of Ezekiel.

 

Plans for the Lottie Moon Christmas Tea for churches  in our area are progressing.  It will be December 3rd at 2 P.M. at FBC, Kentwood.  Children will be singing Christmas songs for us.  Ladies will be decorating tables with their personal sets of dishes.  It will be beautiful and meaningful.

 

The children in the missions class of FBC, Kentwood were able to hear the first part of the story of the early years of Lottie Moon’s life last night.  They will hear more next week.  Hopefully, as they grow they will remember her story and how important international missions are.

 

TONIGHT, we will meet at the cabin at 6:30.  I’m looking forward to seeing many of you.  We will add a talented musician, Kaye Roberts.  She will be playing some piano offertories for us.  Join us and be blessed.

 

Tuesday, November 28th, the “young” ladies of out church will gather at The Cafe at 11 A.M. to honor ladies with November birthdays.  Feel free to join us.

 

Thank-you for reading and praying for those listed and the events listed here today.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

6 Humble yourselves, therefore,

under God’s mighty hand,

that he may lift you up in due time. 

7 Cast all your anxiety on him

because he cares for you. 

8 Be alert and of sober mind.

Your enemy the devil prowls around

like a roaring lion

looking for someone to devour.

~1 Peter 5:6-8~

 

Jeanne Bond Tate has a request for her brother-in-law.

Tonight I’m writing to ask prayer for a person that many of you know, love and respect. My sister Denise asked me to ask you all to pray for her husband, Clark Wilson. It seems the chemo isn’t working and the possibility of bone marrow transplant is out. The cancer has also spread. He has been and is still in a lot of pain. I know the thing they would want more than anything is prayer… fervent prayer. For those of you who don’t know them, Clark and Denise have 9 children, and a son and daughter in-law, with another son engaged. And their first sweet grandbaby on the way.  Please pray specifically that God will give peace, wisdom, healing and provision through all of this. It feels surreal and even scary at times, but it should drive us to pray more fervently for them. Thank you all. Please tag any friends who you know would pray in the comments to get more prayers going up for Clark and his family. And please give this a like and a comment or even a share, so more people will see it. Thank you all and God bless you for caring and praying. We will continue to trust God.

 

 

Gladys Montez Kliesch

March 14, 1944 – November 06, 2017

 

Gladys Montez Jackson Kliesch, 73, a resident of Kentwood, LA, passed away November 6, 2017 at her residence.

Visitation will be Friday, November 10, 2017 from 9 AM until services at 11 AM at the East Fork Baptist Church in Kentwood, LA.  Rev. Gibbie McMillan and Rev. Ernest Graham will officiate and burial will be in Osyka Cemetery.

Gladys was born March 14, 1944 in Winston County, MS to the late, Joe Howard and Minnie Lawson Reed.

She was a Member of East Fork Baptist Church in Kentwood and retired as an LPN for the Southwest Regional Medical Center in McComb after 34 years of service. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and enjoyed reading her bible. She will be sadly missed by those who knew and loved her.

She is preceded in death by her parents; two sons, Joseph Howard Jackson and Charles Aaron Jackson and one brother, Joe Ed Reed.

She is survived by her husband, Ivan Dwight Kliesch, one son, Frank Anthony Jackson (Elizabeth Cadell), three brothers, David Reed, Gerald Reed and Joel Reed; one sister, Juanita Reed, one granddaughter, Cora Lee Jackson, close family friend, Keith Kliesch with numerous nieces and nephews.

 

 

Renovations to the SLU BCM – http://baptistmessage.com/ulm-slu-bcms-push-hard-complete-facilities/

 

I think there are several Baptist Press articles you may be interested in today.  http://bpnews.net

 

Read the Bible today – 2 Corinthians 9-10 & Psalm 3

 

Tonight – Missions class for children at FBC, Kentwood at 6 P.M.

 

Even though things are going well in our lives today, let’s not forget those who are having a rough day.  Let’s try to do something special to help them know we care about them and their difficulties.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Saturday

Peace I leave with you;

my peace I give you.

I do not give to you as the world gives.

Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.

~John 14:27~

 

Both Gloria Gill and Donna Fay Miller are dealing with problems following their heart ablations that seem to be leading to studies about the need for a pacemaker.  Please be in prayer for both of these ladies and their families/

Mr. Phillip and “Miss” Annie Bell are living with Don and Phyllis now.  Pray for all of them as they make this adjustment.

Phil Connelly is home recovering from gall bladder surgery.  Pray for him as he heals.

Mrs. Betty Catherine Hatcher is progressing at Hood Memorial where she is receiving physical therapy.

Mrs. Ruby Dillon is progressing in her recovery at home.  Please continue to pray for Mr. “Cete” as you pray for her.

Keep Fuzzy and Bettye Fussell on your prayer list.

James Allen is recovering from surgery at McComb.  Keep him in your prayers.

Continue to pray for Andy Taylor as he recovers from foot surgery.  He should be able to return to a more normal schedule soon.  Also, pray for Betty as she continues to care for Andy.

 

Pray for the BASELA mission team as they travel home.  May their work this week bear much fruit.

 

 

Shirley G. Gabriel

November 15, 1930 – November 03, 2017

 

A resident of Amite passed away on Friday, November 3, 2017 at her home. She was born November 15, 1930 in Springville, LA  and was 86 years of age. She worked in medical records at Hood Memorial Hospital and Lallie Kemp Regional Medical Center and retired from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals in 1996. She was an avid gardener, member of the Stem and Stamen Garden Club and chaired the Cleanest City Contest. She loved to cook and entertain her friends and family. She was a member of St. Helena Catholic Church and chaired one of their bereavement committees. She was on the Amite Oyster Gala Board and served as the Amite Oyster Pearl in 2002. She is survived by her son, Parker C. “Chuck” Gabriel, Jr. and wife, Becki; her daughter, Suzie Gabriel Saint and husband, Steve; 5 grandchildren, Tina G. Doughty and husband, Jason, Shelley S. Wright, Ann S. Mooney and husband, Tim, Parker C. “Charlie” Gabriel, III, Russell G. “Russ” Sanders; 5 great grandchildren, Jordan LeMoine, Jason Todd Doughty, Katelyn M. Wright, Parker C. Doughty, and Gabriel P. Sanders; step-great-grandson, T.J. Mooney; great-great-grandson, Slayden Bravender; 3 siblings, Sylvia Sanchez, Carol Whittington and husband, Robert, and Al Guitrau and wife, Mary Ann; special friends, Louise Forrest, Annagene and Larry Mobley, Allie Hyde, Becki Fortenberry, Linda Nichols and many friends, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Parker C. Gabriel, Sr.; daughter, Sharon A. Gabriel; parents, Edgar and Catherine Brown Guitrau; 2 grandchildren, Clay and Christian Gabriel; siblings, Edgar Guitrau, Jr., Katherine Allen,  Jimmie Harrold, Bunny Williams, and  Terry Palmer. Visitation at St. Helena Catholic Church Hall from 9 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. A Celebration of Life Funeral Mass will be held at St. Helena Catholic Church at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Services conducted by Fr. Cayet Mangiaracina. Interment Amite Memorial Gardens, Amite, LA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Sharon Ann Gabriel Scholarship in Nursing at Southeastern Louisiana University. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Operation Christmas Child Packing Party

  • FBC, Kentwood

  • 4 P.M. TODAY

  • Bring a Christmas treat to share.

  • Let’s pack boxes with gifts, love, and an opportunity to learn about Jesus.

  • Thanks to everyone who contributed and worked to prepare for today.

 

Operation Christmas Child Drop-Off Schedule at FBC, Kentwood

The drop-off week for shoeboxes is November 13-20.  Churches, schools, clubs, businesses, and individuals are invited to leave their boxes at FBC, Kentwood.  We will deliver them to the next location on their journey.

Kentwood, LA – First Baptist Church, Kentwood

310 Avenue E
Kentwood, LA 70444-2518

                      985-229-8111

 

Mon, Nov. 13: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Tue, Nov. 14: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Wed, Nov. 15: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Thu, Nov. 16: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Fri, Nov. 17: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Sat, Nov. 18: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Sun, Nov. 19: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Mon, Nov. 20: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

There will be a sign-up list under the stairwell for those who want to assist in the collection.  Choose the day(s) you want to help for 2-3 hours.

 

Two Rivers Associational WMU World Day of Prayer

  • Monday, November 6th
  • Kedron Baptist Church
  • 10:00 meeting followed by a pot-luck lunch
  • All ladies are invited to join us.

Children in Action (Mission Class at FBC, Kentwood)

  • Boys and girls are working on earning a new badge – “Praying for MKs”
  • 6 P.M. Wednesday nights

 

November Mission Project – We are collecting boxes of STAMPED religious Christmas cards that will be delivered to the Tangipahoa Parish Jail in Amite the first week of December.  You can leave your boxes under the balcony stairwell at FBC, Kentwood.

 

I’m working to collect PAPERBACK Bibles for inmates at the parish jail.  I have some now, but will wait for a few more before making my delivery.

 

Read the Bible – II Corinthians 1-2, Psalm 149. & video on II Corinthians (BibleProject.com)

 

Tonight is the time to set your clocks back one hour.  If not you’ll be running an hour too early tomorrow.

Anna Lee

 

Thursday

Moses answered the people,

“Do not be afraid.

Stand firm

and you will see the deliverance

the LORD will bring you today.

The Egyptians you see today

you will never see again. 

~Exodus 14:13~

(Same Bible story as we did in missions last night!)

 

 

 

 

Shirley McElveen

December 27, 1930 – October 31, 2017

 

A resident of Independence passed away on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. She was born December 27, 1930 in Independence and was 86 years of age. She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Richmond “R.E.” McElveen, Jr.; daughter, Karen McElveen; son, Loren McElveen and Stella; daughter, Aimee Millhouse and Jeffery; 4 grandchildren, Jennifer Stabile Evans and Cody, Matthew McElveen and Shelly, Griffith Millhouse and Susie and Hayley McElveen and Joseph; 6 great grandchildren, Gavin, Chandler, Mylee, Ben, Grayson, and Lilly; and her sister, Marie Edwards. Preceded in death by her parents, Jacob Munchausen, Sr. and Anna Schroeder Munchausen; and infant brother, Jacob Munchausen, Jr. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 5 PM until 9 PM, Thursday and from 9 AM until religious services at 11 AM Friday, November 3, 2017. Services conducted by Bro. Mitch Williams. Interment Amite Memorial Gardens, Amite. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.
John B. Jones, MBA, CHSP

August 21, 1963 – October 31, 2017

 

A resident of Port O’Connor, TX, passed away on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at Citizens Medical Center in Victoria, TX.  He was born August 21, 1963 in Independence and was 54 years of age. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He was a member of Lawrence Baptist Church, Loranger. He worked in hospital administration for 35 years. He was involved in Habit for Humanity of Victoria, TX and the planning committee for the YMCA. He won multiple first place awards in cooking competitions, winning. He is survived by his wife, Kimberly Cauley Jones, Port O’Connor, TX; 2 daughters, Brooke Jones Richardson, and husband, Chris and Summer Jones; 1 grandson, Daniel Tassin, Jr.; sister, Debra Shields, Loranger;  mother, Lillian Osborne, Baton Rouge. Preceded in death by his father, Lee Jones; sister, Tammie Daigle; 3 brothers, Dorrence Jones, Lee T. Jones, and Carl D. Jones; and his grandparents, John and Estelle Wilkinson and Charles and Eva Jones. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 5 PM until 9 PM, Friday, and from 8 AM until religious services at 10 AM Saturday, November 4, 2017. Interment Ford Cemetery, Independence. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

Margie Crowe

December 12, 1944 – October 31, 2017

A resident of Richton, MS, passed away on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at the Bedford Alzheimer’s Facility in Hattiesburg, MS. She was born December 12, 1944 in Franklinton, LA and was 72 years of age. She is survived by her daughters, Rebecca Dunaway and husband, Hilton, Richton, MS, Jennifer Temple and her husband, Danny, Summit, MS, Robin Crowe, Mt. Hermon, LA, and Johanna Lawrence and husband, Ricky, McComb, MS; 12 grandchildren, Amanda Cook, David Cook, Lloyd Dunaway, Nicole Dunaway, Sarah and Drew Hopkins, Danielle Sharp, Cory Temple, Jenna and Josh Melton, Daniel Doherty, Kaile and Kyle Young, Dale Kent, Autumn and Brandon Cole, Audrey Lawrence and Jade Use`; 18 great grandchildren; and sisters, Marie Elliot and Emily Spears. Preceded in death by her husband, Floyd Leon “Bo” Crowe; parents, David Earl and Myrtle Husser; 9 sisters, and 3 brothers. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 1 PM until religious services at 2 PM Friday, November 3, 2017. Interment Sharon Cemetery, Amite. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

“Shoebox’ Packing Party

  • Saturday
  • 4 P.M.
  • Bring your favorite Christmas treat to share.

 

Bible Study 

  • Friday at 10 A.M.
  • Heritage Room

 

Read the Bible – I Corinthians 13-14 & Psalm 147

 

 

May we all use this day to share Jesus in some way!

Anna Lee

 

 

Friday

But you are a chosen people,

a royal priesthood,

a holy nation,

God’s special possession,

that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.

~1 Peter 2:9~

 

Our friend, Fay Carol is married to Jim Todd who recently learned he had two blockages that will need to be addressed.  Fay Carol asked for prayers for her husband.

 

Thomas “Laddie” Lawrence Hudspeth, Sr.

March 31, 1930 – October 26, 2017

A resident of Amite passed away surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at Canon Hospice in Jefferson. He was born March 31, 1930 in Morrow, LA and was 87 years of age. He was a hard working, dedicated, leading salesman with Watkins Inc. and a landlord who helped thousands of people in our community. He was an active member of St. Helena Catholic Church and was a Catechist Leader in his younger years. He leaves behind his loving children, Thomas Lawrence Hudspeth, and wife, Kathy, Debra Ann Hudspeth Ricks, and husband, Robert, and Ted Joseph Hudspeth and wife, Mary; grandchildren, Shawn Hudspeth (Zandi), Le’Anne Hudspeth Malnar (Jeramy), Emily Hudspeth Smith (Daniel), Evan Hudspeth, Wayne Ricks (Gennipher), Kevin Ricks (Stephanie), Ted Hudspeth, Jr., Christopher Hudspeth, Nicholas Hudspeth, Natalie Hudspeth, and William Hudspeth; great grandchildren, Hunter and Haydan Hudspeth, Anna, Ava, and Lane Malnar, Raelyn and Rhys Ricks, and Eliyanah Smith; brother, Charles Hudspeth; and sister, Fleeta Chautin. Preceded in death by his first wife, Anna Lois Meche; second wife, Marie Hebert; parents, Thomas Lawrence Hudspeth and Alma Adelaide Tatman Hudspeth; and his siblings, Eleanor Hudspeth Conrad, Daniel Hudspeth, Rosa Hudspeth and Martha Hudspeth Ducote. He is also survived by his step children including Arlene Raxsdale, Jimmy Berteau, Murphy Berteau, and Sandra St. Romain and their extended families. Also, he leaves behind his loving dogs, Bailey II and Buddy. The family would like to thank Yolanda Gordon and Ray Barnes for their years of caring and devotion to our father. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 9 AM until 12:30 PM, on Friday with Rosary at McKneely’s at 12 Noon. Religious Services at St. Helena Catholic Church, Amite,  at 1 PM on Friday, October 27, 2017. Services conducted by Fr. Randy Cuevas. Interment will be held at St. Charles Borromeo, Grand Coteau, LA at 5:30 PM. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Helena Catholic Church. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

Eight days until we pack the Operation Christmas Child “shoeboxes”!  It takes lots of preparation to have everything purchased and organized so we are ready to fill the boxes.  Thanks to those who made purchases and to those who have helped in the organizational process.  I think of the children who will receive the boxes and work a little harder.

The collection week for shoeboxes is November 13-20.  Churches, schools, clubs, businesses, and individuals are invited to leave their boxes at FBC, Kentwood.

Kentwood, LA – First Baptist Church, Kentwood

310 Avenue E
Kentwood, LA 70444-2518

                      985-229-8111

Mon, Nov. 13: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Tue, Nov. 14: 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Wed, Nov. 15: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Thu, Nov. 16: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Fri, Nov. 17: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Sat, Nov. 18: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Sun, Nov. 19: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Mon, Nov. 20: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

We are “coming right along in collecting the money for shipping the boxes.  Check the poster by the piano.

You may want to follow your “shoebox” as it travels to its destination.  Use this site to pay for your postage and receive a form to place on your box before you deliver it to a collection site.  https://www.samaritanspurse.org/operation-christmas-child/follow-your-box-lookup/

 

The Georgia Barnett Offering is also progressing nicely.  Check the poster on the wall by the piano.

 

The Friday Morning Bible Study will be on Ezekiel 28 today.  You are welcome to join us at 10 A.M. in the Fellowship Hall.

 

The children in missions class will be working on earning a badge by praying for MK’s, Missionary Kids.  This time next month, some of them will be wearing their newest badge on their green vests.

 

 

Read the Bible – I Corinthians 1-2, Psalm 141, and video on I Corinthians (bibleproject.com)

 

Baptist Presshttp://bpnews.net

 

“Footsteps of Jesus”

 

 

Make today count for the Lord and His kingdom!

Anna Lee