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