Friday (written Thursday night)

“All these people earned a good reputation because of their faith,

yet none of them received all that God had promised.

For God had something better in mind for us,

so that they would not reach perfection without us.”

~Hebrews 11:39-40, NLT~

The East Fork Baptist Church Yard Sale will be Friday (7-4) only, due to a funeral.  Plan to eat a sandwich while you are there.

Shelton Day is home and feeling good.  Thank you for praying for him.

Joy Moore says her dad, Paul Boudreaux, is doing better.  She is taking this opportunity to attend church with him.  Pray for them as they worship together.

Buddy Morris got home late this afternoon.  Thank God all went well and that the doctor decided to check the heart during the procedure.

Peggy and Walton Alford are doing well in her knee replacement recovery.  They have a little longer before they can get back in their norman routine.

Fran Walker is home from the hospital and feeling much better.  Pray for her continued improvement.

Gloria Gill is still having some health issues, but is working at getting well.  Pray for her.

Ruby says Jimmy Schwartz enjoys having phone calls.  Pray for the Schwartz family.

If you do Facebook, you may want to check out “Prayers for Eli”.  He is a five year old from Ohio who has recently been diagnosed with a rare for of leukemia.  Whether or not you do Facebook, please begin to pray for this young man and his family.

Samaritan’s Purse – A Part of Something Great

Baptist Press



“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge crowd of witnesses to the life of faith,

let us strip off every weight that slows us down,

especially the sin that so easily trips us up.

And let us run with endurance the race God has set before us.”

~Hebrews 12:1 NLT~

People who are hospitalized

Fran Walker – Greensburg

Shelton Day – North Oaks

Buddy Morris – North Oaks

Betty Oliver – Maryland (Betty is Naomi Tolar’s sister who had heart surgery.  She’s doing okay.)

Elsie Cooper – North Oaks

People who are at home

Jimmy Schwartz

Jimmy Tolar (Half way through treatment)

Elizabeth Carol New (Undergoing tests)

Address for Bro. Butch Reviere, 54232 Hwy. 16, Bogalusa, LA 70427 (Phone 985-514-0805 )

Pray for the Slaven family.  Mr. Wyman passed away yesterday afternoon.

Two young people in Peru who were changed by shoe box gifts are now spreading that joy to other children through The Greatest Journey

Our Daily Bread – Supernatural Surveillance

Baptist Press – My favorite online newspaper

 Missions Fair and Rally

FBC, Greensburg

Sunday, April 7th

5:00 P.M.

Y’all come!

Spanish Bible Study

Begins Wednesday, April 10th

Led by Bro. Miguel Rodrique

FBC, Kentwood

6:00 (I think,)

229-8111 (More information)

Thanking God for what He is doing in our community/area!

Anna Lee




“The eyes of the LORD are on the righteous,

and His ears are open to their prayers.”

~1 Peter 3:12a~

Our Daily Bread – O Love That Will Not Let Me Go

Samaritan’s Purse – The Best Resource for Healing

Baptist Press –

Be sure to read the first article, Born for this: autistic child becomes missionary to Japan.

Pamela Eileen Rambo
(March 10, 1959 – March 29, 2013)

Our beloved Pamela Rambo, 54 of Lubbock went to be with the Lord on March 29, 2013. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life on Friday, April 5, 2013 from 6-8:30 p.m. at New Zion Baptist Church, Kentwood, La. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Sat. April 6, 2013 at New Zion Baptist Church followed by committal services in New Zion Cemetery. Pamela was born on March 10, 1959 to Harry and Wilma (Bridges) Chand in Metropolis, Ill. She graduated from Nederland High School in 1977, where she played volleyball and tennis. She married Kelly Rambo on March 31, 1990 in Dallas, Tx. In 2004, Pamela graduated with honors from Eastfield Junior College, Dallas, Tx. with an Associates of Arts degree and a year later, she earned a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M Commerce, Magna Cum Laude. Pamela owned and operated the Black Chandelier in Lubbock. She also worked as a newspaper rep and a publisher for the Terrell Tribune. She was an award winning freelance photographer. She enjoyed interior design and was an avid shopper. The most important thing in her life was her family, being a mother and grandmother “GIGI”. She was preceded in death by her father-in-law, Carl Rambo. Survivors include her husband, Kelly; a daughter, Jordana Stewart and husband Matthew, two sons, Shawn Corbello and fiancée Courtney Slaughter and Travis Rambo; Tx.; a step daughter, Lauren Arden and husband Tim; her parents Harry and Wilma Chand; three grandsons, Hendrix Stewart and Tye and Tony Arden; a sister, Diane Berwick and husband Vernon; a brother, Eric Chand and wife Cheryl; mother-in-law, Barbara Rambo and numerous nieces and nephews.
Memorials are suggested in memory of Pamela to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation,

 Rainy days sometimes cause a change of scheduled plans.  Enjoy this day God has sent us.  Just think how happy all those newly planted seeds are with the rain.  They should be sticking their heads up in a couple of days.

Anna Lee




Tuesday Addition

Sandy Birch’s mother, Mrs. Cooper, has been moved to step-down.  She is experiencing problems with a high heart rate and low oxygen levels now. As you pray for her, please pray for her family.

Dana Hendry invites everyone to support a summer mission trip to Honduras by purchasing a lunch at Tim Alford’s parking lot today.  The fish meal will be cooked by Buie’s.  The cost is $8.00.


God is love.

Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them….

There is no fear in love.

But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment.

The one who fears is not made perfect in love.

~John 4: 16-18~

90 Days of Bible Reading 

What a blessing this has been for me.  I will do this again one day, but not today.

 Baptist Press –

Beginning next week, April 10th, there will be a Spanish Bible Study on Wednesday nights at FBC, Kentwood.  Please contact FBC, Kentwood if you know of Spanish speaking people in our area.  The number is 229-8111.

Enjoy some time outside enjoying God’s creation.
Anna Lee


“Elijah was a man with a nature like ours,

and he prayed earnestly that it would not rain;

and it did not rain on the land for three years and six months.

And he prayed again,

and the heaven gave rain,

and the earth produced its fruit.”

~James 5:17-18~

Isn’t it wonderful to be able to pray and then wait to see how God chooses to answer?

Peggy Alford is home and learning more and more each day how to use that new knee.  Knowing Peggy, she’s making progress faster than most people.

Mrs. Nadine Council requests prayer for her sister-in-law.

Sandy Birch’s mother was admitted to North Oaks yesterday.  She was better in a few hours.  Pray for Mrs. Cooper and her family.

Connor Corkern is home again.  I know his family is thankful to all be in the same house again.

Jimmy Schwartz was at Sunday School and the 2nd worship service yesterday.  I didn’t see him, but am thankful he was able to celebrate Easter with his church family and his family.

Looking for a Lost Son

90 Day Bible Reading – Last Day!

Revelation 18:1 – Revelation 22:21

When you complete today’s passages, please let me know.  I’m curious to know who has been reading along with me.

I will once again say this has been my favorite way to read the Bible.  Let me know if you didn’t read this time, but would like to read in the future, either now or some time later.

Be a blessing to someone today!

Anna Lee



Though he was God,

did not demand and cling to his rights as God,

but laid aside his mighty power and glory,

taking the disguise of a slave and becoming like men.”

~Philippians 2:6-7 LB~

Lara’s Gowns for Smiles – Susan finished 231 gowns today to give her a total of 21 for girls today and already had 22 gowns for boys.  These will be delivered to St. Jude’s. Baskets for donations of fabric or sewing notions will be at the church today – 2 by the northwest stairs and 2 by the mail entry.

Zach Morgan has been sorting through his caps and hats for children in the Baton Rouge area.  There will also be baskets for donations to Zach’s Lidz for Kidz.  Remember, this drive will end at the end of April.

90 Day Bible Reading – Next to last day!

Jude 1 – Revelation 17:18

My Hope America by Billy Graham

Baptist Press  –

We had great news this morning.  Our Hatchel kids have been in a warm and sunny place all week, but are home now where it is snowing.  I’m thanking God for them having a good week with colleagues and for their return home.