“Your attitude must be like my own,

for I, the Messiah, did not come to be served,

but to serve,

and to give my life as a ransom for many.” 

~Matthew 20:28 TLB~




Ora Lee Wilson is doing well.  Please remember to thank God for her health and life following a dog attack..




Scripture Writing – November 13 – I Chronicles 16: 23-36




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Thankfulness, Day 13 – Today, after working in the cold to make sure we were going to be okay when warmer temperatures arrive in a few hours, I am thankful to have a home to live in.  It’s 3:30 A.M.  I got up to check on things at 2:00 A.M.  I wouldn’t have to work and check on things if I hadn’t been blessed with so much.  I’ve seen lots of homeless people on television lately and heard some shelters have been opened for the homeless in New Orleans.  I’m thankful God blessed me with this  place that is warm and still has running water and electricity.  Nights like this help us count our blessings!  We’re snug as two “bugs in a rug”!  I pray you are too!

Anna Lee










“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble.

But take heart!

I have overcome the world.”

~John 16:33~




Please continue to pray for Dollie Frazier.





Scripture Writing – Nov. 7 – Psalm 107: 1-9




Thankfulness – Day 7 – Today,  I am thankful for my family and for David’s family.  We have two younger generations now, two children and spouses, and six grandchildren.  




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I hope you have time to check out some of these people and their thoughts.

Anna Lee







“Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too.

You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.”

 ~Philippians 2:4-5 NLT~




Update on Mrs. Peggy Luce:

My mom went to doctors today. She has broken nose, but it’s in line and no surgery for that. Her eye socket is fractured and not affecting her eye. She can get her stitches out on Friday! She’s exhausted from being out all morning, but doing well! Thanks for the prayers. Please continue to pray! We love y’all!                                                                                                                                                                 Debbie




Don’t forget the OCC Packing Party Saturday at 1 P.M.  Bring a Christmas snack to share.  Wear Christmas colors.  It is always amazing to see how quickly we can pack a large number of boxes.  If you have never done this before, give it a try,  You’ll want to do it every year!




Sunday, Pine Ridge United Methodist Church will host their monthly breakfast benefit at eight o’clock.  The fellowship is good, just like the food.




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Scripture Writing for October 23 – John 10: 9-13




Share God’s love today!

Anna Lee








“For to me, to live is Christ

and to die is gain.” 

~Philippians 1:21 NIV~




David had lab work, saw a NP, and got his weekly injection of Procrit yesterday.  The good news is that his blood level held at 8.6, which is good for him.  As always, we are so thankful for your prayers.  Please feel free to continue to pray for us.



Jonathan Edward Serigne

Jonathan Edward Serigne, AKA Batman, took final flight October 4, 2019. As a Holy Cross alumnus of 2001, he made it just in time to get the best seats for the hundredth game against Jesuit. Jonathan always lived life to the fullest and encouraged others to do the same. His infectious smile, confident personality, and caring demeanor attracted friendships everywhere he went. Even in his final days, he kept a smile on his face. Along with Holy Cross, he loved his LSU tigers, Nicholls Colonels, fraternity TKE and Saints. He leaves behind a wife, Randi Rousseau Serigne, two children, Jacques and Stella Serigne, his father and mother, Jack and Bonnie Serigne, brother and sister, Jack Serigne III and Stephanie Kostopoulos, and dozens upon dozens of grieving and loving family and friends. Losing him has left a void in all of us and is apparent by the number of people who’ve prayed and reached out to him. Just like Batman, he has one super power, he never gave up! He fought to stay with those who loved him till the very end. We all hope to see him again, as Jonathan would say, “same bat time, same bat channel.” Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation at ST. BERNARD MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 701 W Virtue St., Chalmette, LA on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. A Funeral Mass will begin at 2:00 PM. Interment will be private. To celebrate and honor the life of Jonathan, the family requests guests wear their favorite Batman inspired attire.

(Jonathan is the son-in-law of our friend, Darryl Rousseau of Ponchatoula.)




Scripture Writing for October 8 – Jeremiah 33: 2-3




Today, I would like to share this inspirational thought shared by Pastor Rick Warren.  I hope you will take time to read this.

“Happiness Habit: Give Your Life Away”




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Reading articles and sites like these give information and enlighten our minds.  Spend some time each day reading good articles.

Anna Lee







“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything.

Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.

If you do this, you will experience God’s peace”

~Philippians 4:6-7 NLT~




Mattie’s Miracles – Great news this morning…no malignant cells found in the lymph node biopsy! God is so very good ALL the time! Thank you to Our faithful prayer warriors. We appreciate you so very much!!




Johathan Serigne‘s family appreciate your prayers Monday night.  They also asked everyone to pray for him at 8:30 last night.  I wasn’t home and didn’t get that request posted in time.  I’ll try to post again when I hear an update.




Today is the day Rev. Franklin Graham as asked people all across our country to pray for President Trump.  No matter your political opinion, praying for our country’s leadership is always appropriated.  Please take time to pray for President Trump and other leaders today.




Tomorrow is Bring Your Bible to School Day.  Please pass the word to students so than can make a decision about doing so tomorrow.  You may want to read the article in the Baptist Message,




We are making progress on painting the shoeboxes.  We will paint tomorrow at 1 P.M.  Join us if you can.  I think by the time we paint tomorrow and Saturday morning we will have enough boxes ready for all the boys and girls we plan to pack a box for at the end of the month.  Packing and shipping the boxes is a great reward as we think about the boys and girls who will receive the boxes in 2020.  We have a few steps between painting and packing that we will be taking care of in the coming weeks.  You can pray for the packing and shipping as well as praying for the recipients.




Two Rivers WMU will be meeting at FBC, Kentwood on October 16th at 10 A.M.  You are invited to attend.




The Two Rivers WMU Lottie Moon Tea will be the second Sunday of December at Spring Creek.  Mark your calendar.




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Scripture Writing – October 2 – Deuteronomy 7:11-14




Thank-you to the reader of TPL who sent a check for shoebox postage.  I love to meet people over the phone and in person who read this.  You and your prayers are the reason I write this.  You are appreciated.

Anna Lee






The Lord’s Day

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~




Operation Christmas Child

Thank-you to those who came to help with painting shoeboxes yesterday.  We painted many sweet pictures for the children to enjoy each time they open their shoeboxes.  Everyone was surprised at how easy it was!  Even though we painted many boxes, we still have more to paint.  We will also begin to fold the flat boxes into the proper shoebox shape.

If you missed out, I hope to paint twice during the week and again on Saturday.  Your help would be wonderful.  You will be blessed.  Here’s my plan:

  • Tuesday at 8:30
  • Wednesday at 8:30
  • Saturday at 8:30

Let me know when you can come help, if you can plan ahead.  If you can’t figure our your schedule ahead of time, just come.   Mark your calendar now for the Christmas party the last Saturday in October.  That’s when we have our big packing party and fill those shoeboxes in preparation for shipping them.  Come be a part a of special night.

It will take $9.00 for postage for each box we pack.  We are collecting those funds now.  Your support will be greatly appreciated.




Scripture Writing – September 22 – Psalm 51:7-12




Georgia Barnette Mission Offering – Day 8 – Grace Point Church in Destrehan




Please continue to pray for Mrs. Ruby Dillon who remains at North Oaks.  It now appears she will be there through the weekend.  Pray for Mr. Cete too.  Thanks!








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I know I shared some about Rev. Bill Ichter in the past.  Now, he is featured on the front page of the Baptist Message.  Please take time to read this article and to thank God for this wonderfully talented man of God.




Have a richly blessed day today!

Anna Lee


















“If God says his chosen ones are acceptable to him, can anyone bring charges against them? Or can anyone condemn them? No indeed!” 

~Romans 8:33-34 CEV~


I’m go thankful to be a “child of the King”!




During the month of September the Scripture Writings will focus on joy.

September 1 – Galatians 5:22=26




I hope you find some time to do some reading today.




Today’s big concern – praying for people in the path of Hurricane Dorian!

Anna Lee