Saturday, Second Addition

Mrs. Ruby Dillon developed A-fib about 9:00 this morning and has been moved back to the hospital, room 4113.  The doctor is thinking she will be there one or two nights while they adjust her medicine.

David and I visited his brother, Jimmy, this morning.  He looked good and said he felt good, but the doctors are sure he has a rapid growing cancer somewhere.  They will do more blood work Monday.  Jimmy will see the doctor Thursday.  Pray they can determine the location of the cancer, probably in the liver somewhere.

Saturday Addition

Update on Lampton Dean Titus (8 hours ago)

Update on Lampton Dean………… Your prayers are working!! Look who’s super happy to have his chest tubes out, pacer wires out, a few IV’s out and his breathing tube out!!! Our little Lampy is super excited!! He’s doing so good right now!! We still have a few IV’s in and one in a main artery in his neck but this is such a huge difference!! Thank you everyone for all the prayers!! I know we still have a long road ahead but looking at the post-op pictures compared to the new pictures he looks like a totally different baby!! We can’t thank everyone enough for all the prayers!! I know we say that a lot but we really can’t!! The power of prayer is amazing!! Please keep the prayers coming!! Thank you, thank you, thank you and GOD BLESS!! 

Thursday

Why, my soul, are you downcast?

Why so disturbed within me?

Put your hope in God,

for I will yet praise him,

my Savior and my God.

Psalm 42:11

 

Lampton Dean Titus, son of Tedd and Kayla, had surgery yesterday. This morning, doctors are working hard to control/correct a problem.  Your prayers are needed.

Update on Lampton Dean…….. I know it’s early but please send lots of prayers!!! The doctor just told us that Lampton is starting to lose blood flow in one of his main arteries in his groin/leg where they have one of his main IV lines at. He was starting to lose color in his leg and it’s starting to get really cold so it has to be moved now!! They are having to move it cause if they leave it he could lose his leg. They are going to be doing a small procedure to move that IV line with risk of possible blood clots. We will be going to see him in a little bit whenever they let us. We will update everyone as soon as we know how everything went and how he’s doing. Please send lots of prayers that everything goes smoothly and that the feeling and color come back in his leg!! Our little man has already been through enough!! 💙💛#LamptonStrong💛💙

Mrs. Annie Bell Harrell is in Lakeview, not St. Tammany.  Doctors have identified pneumonia and are continuing with more tests.  Please be praying.
Please continue to pray for Betty Fussell and her family as she fights daily.
Pray for Mr. Frank Erwin as he continues his daily (Monday-Friday) trips to Covington to receive treatment.
Stella McDaniel Heth

September 21, 1946 – October 18, 2017

Pray for this family as they continue to make arrangements and as some of the family travels to be with Bruce.

A resident of Kentwood passed away on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. She was born September 21, 1946 in Independence and was 71 years of age. She is survived by her husband, Bruce Heth; sister, Lillian Carol McDaniel Russell and husband, Butch, Dumas, TX; niece, Mary Rodriguez, Dumas, TX; nephew, Norman Russell, Columbia, SC; great nieces, Laura and Dominique Rodriguez; and great nephew, Christian Rodriguez. Preceded in death by her parents, DC and Lillie Wright McDaniel. Arrangements are pending at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

 

Read the Bible – Romans 1-2, Psalm 133, and video Romans 1-4 at BibleProject.com.

Baptist Presshttp://bpnews.net

Operation Christmas Child – If you have items to turn in at FBC, Kentwood, please leave them at FBC, Kentwood in the tote under the stairs to the balcony.

 

Tonight, we will have the Third Thursday Gathering at the Cabin at 6:30.  Contact me if you need directions or any additional information.

Have a great day by showing others God’s love.

Anna Lee

 

Wednesday

“I am the Alpha and the Omega,”

says the Lord God,

“who is, and who was, and who is to come,

the Almighty.”

~Revelation 1:8~

 

Mrs. Annie Bell Harrell is in St. Tammany because of chest pains.  Hopefully, the doctor will know more tomorrow.

Mrs. Ruby Dillon is scheduled to return home on the 23rd.  I know both she and Mr. “Cete” will be happy when that day comes.

 

Read the Bible – Acts 27-28 & Romans 132

 

Third Thursday at the Cabin – Tomorrow night at 6:30

 

Baptist Presshttp://bpnews.net

 

“Wonderful Words of Life”

 

I hope you have looked at the links.  I learn something new that touches my heart each time I post information about a hymn.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday Addition

Mr. Phillip Harrell had a problem a couple days ago, but is back to his normal again.  Pray for both of the Harrells.

Mrs. Ruby Dillon is better after having a “not so good” day.  Pray for both of the Dillons.

Please continue to pray for Mrs. Anne Hurst.  According to the last report she is still home.

 

Sunday

 

You, LORD, are my lamp;

the LORD turns my darkness into light.

~2 Samuel 22:29~

 

Jordan Hawkins, a football player who was injured Friday night, is better and back at home Saturday afternoon.  I’ve always been happy to hear that those who left a campus in an ambulance were able to return home with less serious injuries than first considered.  Thank you, God, for Jordan’s good report yesterday and for those of all schools who had such injuries.  Seeing both sets of players gather in one hurdle and praying speaks highly of the schools, the families, the coaches, and the players.

 

Please pray for Gloria Gill again.  Her A-fib has returned.

 

Rev. Wendell Rhodus will be preaching this morning at FBC, Kentwood at 10:30.  I’m looking forward to hearing him again.

 

Tonight, there will be an associational meeting for Two Rivers at FBC, Kentwood at 6 P.M.  Everyone is invited to come to FBC, Kentwood tonight for 6 P.M.

 

Tomorrow morning, the Two Rivers WMU will meet at Spring Creek Baptist Church.  All are invited to come hear Rev. Don Meadows of Taylor Creek Baptist Church speak about the Two Rivers compassion ministry.  Come get some hints for your church.

 

Thursday night, at 6:30, we will gather at the cabin for our monthly Third Thursday gathering.  If you have not been before, I invite you to come join us.  For more information, you can contact me through this site or you can call us.

 

Pray for me as I share missions with the children who are new members of FBC, Kentwood.  Pray I can teach them in an informative, yet fun way.  Mainly, I pray they learn information about missions that will stick with them and influence them for the rest of their lives.

 

“Beneath the Cross of Jesus”

 

Read the Bible – Acts 21-22 & Psalm 129

 

Looking forward to this Lord’s Day!

Anna Lee

 

 

Saturday

Therefore, He is always able to save those who come to God through Him, since He always lives to intercede for them.

~Hebrews 7:25 HCSB~

 

Mrs. Ruby Dillon was moved to room 1717 at North Oaks Rehab (old West Park Hospital on Morrison).

 

Read the Bible – Acts 19-20 & Psalm 198

 

Operation Christmas Child – I will have a list of items I need to complete the shoeboxes on a black clipboard under the stairs to the balcony.  These are the items we need to complete the shoeboxes we plan to fill.  If you would like to help, please sign in the with the items you will bring by next Sunday.  Thank you for helping pack these boxes to deliver hygiene items, gifts, and a booklet about Jesus that will introduce a class to teach children about Jesus in their own language.  Or donations to pay for postage are at 51%.  You many mark your envelope “Postage for OCC”.

The shoeboxes are folded, the labels are ready, most of the gifts are in.  Packing of shoeboxes will be three weeks from tonight.  I am so excited!  I hope you will plan to be there.

 

Let your actions today show Jesus to others.

Anna Lee