Tuesday Addition



Mrs. Catherine Yarborough  is still in rehab.  The family is hoping she will be home for the weekend.  Pray for “Miss” Catherine and her family.

Virginia Cutrer Bond (Aunt of Debbie Crawford)

  • BORN: January 22, 1926
  • DIED: June 16, 2013
  • LOCATION: Summit, Mississippi

Virginia Cutrer Bond, 87, of Gillsburg, MS passed away on June 16, 2013 at her residence surrounded by her family.

Visitation will be Tuesday from 6 PM until 8 PM at the Line Creek Baptist Church in Kentwood, LA., with visitation again on Wednesday from 11 AM until services at 1 PM at the church. Rev. Ken Irvin will officiate and burial will be in Wilson Family Cemetery.

Mrs. Bond was born in Amite County, MS on January 22, 1926. She is the daughter of the late Sam D. and Beatrice Wilson Cutrer,

Mrs. Bond was a dairy farmer, member of the Eastern Star and a life long member of Line Creek Baptist Church. She will be sadly missed by those who knew and loved her.

She is preceded by her parents, a husband, Charles M. Bond Sr., one brother, J.P. Cutrer and one son in-law, Billy Sones.

She is survived by her three children, Charles “Milton” Bond Jr., Rodney D.Bond Sr., and wife, Dianne, one daughter, Norma Bond Harrington and husband, Al, one brother, Sambo Cutrerand wife, Theresa, seven grandchildren, Sharron, Lisa, Lori, Stacey, Doug, Meloney and Lyn; thirteen great-grandchildren, Courtney, Steven, Christopher, Lindsey, Brandon, Brittnay, Max, Kinley. Bradley, Chase, Cheyenne, Joshua and Nathan; numerous nieces and nephews and special friends, Allan Stewart, Billy Ray Bullock and Hilda Wall.

Pallbearers will be Brandon Beddingfield, Bradley Beddingfield, Chase West, Nathan Seay, Steven Sorrells and Joshua Turner.

Honorary Pallbearer will be ChristopherBond.

In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to the Line Creek Baptist Church fund 78659 Hwy 1053 Kentwood, LA 70444

Monday Addition

Please pray for Kaye Roberts’ brother, Jimmy Alford, as he has another radiation treatment today.

This week we have the Third Thursday meeting at the cabin.  Join us at 6:30 Thursday.  We would love to have you.

Shared by Frances Gay:

             Christian One Liners

Don’t let your worries get the best of you;

Remember, Moses started out as a basket case. 

Some people are kind, polite, and sweet-spirited 
Until you try to sit in their pews. 

Many folks want to serve God,

But only as advisers.
It is easier to preach ten sermons
Than it is to live one. 

The good Lord didn’t create anything without a purpose, 
But mosquitoes come close.

When you get to your wit’s end, 
You’ll find God lives there.

People are funny; they want the front of the bus, 
Middle of the road, 
And back of the church. 

Opportunity may knock once, 
But temptation bangs on the front door forever. 

Quit griping about your church;
If it was perfect, you couldn’t belong.

If a church wants a better pastor, 
It only needs to pray for the one it has.

We’re called to be witnesses, not lawyers or judges. 

God Himself doesn’t propose to judge a man until 
he is dead. So why should you?

Some minds are like concrete
Thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.

Peace starts with a smile.. 

I don’t know why some people change churches; 
What difference does it make which one you stay home from? 

Be ye fishers of men. You catch ’em – He’ll clean ’em. 

Stop, Drop, and Roll won’t work in Hell. 


Coincidence is when God chooses to remain anonymous. 

Don’t put a question mark where God put a period. 

Don’t wait for 6 strong men to take you to church.. 

Forbidden fruits create many jams.

God doesn’t call the qualified, He qualifies the called.

God grades on the cross, not the curve. 

God loves everyone, 
But probably prefers ‘fruits of the spirit’ over ‘religious nuts!’ 

God promises a safe landing, not a calm passage. 

He who angers you, controls you!

If God is your Co-pilot, swap seats!

Don’t give God instructions, just report for duty!

The task ahead of us is never as 
great as the Power behind us.

The Will of God never takes you to where the 
Grace of God will not protect you.

We don’t change the message, 
The message changes us.

You can tell how big a person is 
By what it takes to discourage him/her. 

The best mathematical equation I have ever seen: 
1 cross + 3 nails = 4 given.


Open my eyes,

that I may behold wondrous things out of your law.

~Psalm 119:18 ESV~

Thankfully, the EFBC mission team had a great week ministering in Honduras and arrived safely home last night.  I’m anxious to hear about their trip and their plans for the next trip.

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Strength of a Man” – http://odb.org/

Moment of Hope – “The Army Ranger Who Served” http://moments.org/army-ranger-a-moment-of-hope/

Missions – “God Can Use Anyone:” – http://kidsonmission.org/videos/

Have a great Lord’s Day and Father’s Day!

Anna Lee


Let the message about Christ,

in all its richness,

fill your lives.”

~Colossians 3:16a NLT~


Continue to pray for John Orr who is now in rehab in Tyler, TX.  His wife, my aunt, Naomi, is exhausted.  She she gets some rest and he gets some good exercise time.

Wow!  A second explosion at a plant in two days.  The one at Donaldsonville yesterday, also killed one person and injured a number of others. Pray for those who have to go to work in a plant today and in the coming days.  From my friends, I have learned how difficult it it to send their loved ones into such a place to work on a daily basis.

Mrs. Mary Rohner of Greensburg passed away.  I taught Paige and Kip.  Please pray for this family.  The coming days will be difficult for them.

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “To God be the Glory” – http://odb.org/

Inspirational – A Moment of Hope – “Family is Forever” – http://moments.org/forever-jones-a-moment-of-hope/

Missions – Kids on Mission Media – “Trekking Tales (Geography of South America) – http://kidsonmission.org/videos/

Tomorrow is the Lord’s Day.  Spend some time today preparing so tomorrow won’t be so hectic.

Anna Lee

Friday – Flag Day

“Your wonderful works and Your plans for us;

none can compare with You.

If I were to report and speak of them,

they are more than can be told.”

~Psalm 40:5, HCSB~


Larry Carruth

The surgeons were not able to complete the procedure to remove his esophagus because they found a new tumor in the stomach and it seems the cancer has spread to his lymph nodes. Daddy has made the decision to try another round of Chemo. He will begin treatment on July 10th and he will take a treatment once every three weeks. Please continue to pray for him as we travel this road ahead of us.

Larry and Oneida
Tommy, Becky, Laurie, Daniel, Scott and Karibeth
Beth, Madison and Shelbi

Larry and his family need our prayers, so don’t forget him on your prayer list.

Many of you know Mr. Earl and “Miss” Marilyn Dees of Arcola.  Their daughter, Penny, had surgery earlier, but has been hospitalized again with an infection this time.  Pray for her and for her family.  The family will be so thankful for your prayers.

Continue to pray for Robbie Lynn and her family.  She is in Jackson, MS.  Thank-you for your prayers.

Baptist Press – BPNews.net

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Imaginary Friend” – http://odb.org/

Missions – Moments of Hope – “A Child’s Christmas” – http://moments.org/a-childs-christmas/

Thanks so much for praying today.  You mean so much to so many people.  Be sure to pray for the Kliesch family as they have services for Mr. Harley at Osyka Baptist Church.

Anna Lee



“God, hear my prayer;

listen to the words of my mouth.”

~Psalm 54:2~


Mrs. Susie Wales is enjoying her new home and continuing to make progress in her recovery from hip surgery.  She enjoys some company.

Mr. Randy Taylor is continuing his chemo.  Keep him in your prayers.

Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Stay Connected” – http://odb.org/

Missions – http://kidsonmission.org/videos/“Powerverse – Patience” 

Moments – Dan Goddard – The Enforcer (A Moment of Hope) – http://moments.org/dan-goddard-the-enforcer/

Baptist Press – BPNews.net

Continue to pray for Mr. Larry Carruth and for Chase Birch following surgeries yesterday.

This day has exactly 24 hours for each one of us.  How will you spend that time?

Anna Lee


“I waited patiently for the Lord,

and He turned to me and heard my cry for help.”

~Psalm 40:1~

Announcement:  The Two Rivers Baptist Associational WMU quarterly meeting has been changed from Monday, June 10th to Monday, June 24th. It will be at New Zion Baptist Church at 4 P.M. Mrs. Janie Wise, state WMU leader, will be the guest speaker. Ya’ll come! Bring a dessert and a friend.

Walker Baptist Church – Youth Funds Stolen


VBS:  Today is the last day.  I’m going to miss VBS.  Tonight there will be a VBS program for all members, relatives, and friends of the children to attend.  Later, refreshments will be served in the fellowship hall.  See you at 6:30.

Mrs. Catherine Yarborough is at the Kentwood rehab for a while to have her blood thinner monitored and to help her improve her movements.  Pray for her as she works to get better and get home.  Pray the clot dissolves so she can be treated for A-Fib.

As you continue to pray for Robbie Lynn, thank God Robert Callihan is doing well and has been released from the doctor’s care.

Obituary – Essie Mae Bennett Parnell


Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Guarding Hearts”


News Article – Catholic journalist dies after delaying cancer treatments for unborn baby


Missions – “BE His heart, His hands, His voice” 


Baptist Press 


I’m praying we get some rain today.  Our garden and our flowers would be happy.

Anna Lee