Another beautiful day to worship began with singing and prayer requests, our list seems to grow each week. We have so many with health problems, both in our community and others, continue to pray for the lost and also our search for a pastor. We appreciate those God has sent our way to help out.
Brother Scottie Eaves did another great job with both services Sunday, trying to point us in the direction the church should go in these troubling times. The church most definitely is under siege from all sides and we must stand together to win the battle against Satan.
Brother David Dodson will be our speaker for Easter Sunrise service, 7 a.m. followed by breakfast and Sunday school, please join us for any or all services.
Bessie Hall was able to be at church Sunday evening and the ladies group sang several songs, since Jo Stephens was able to be there, also. Bessie’s visitors this past week have been Lisa Johnson and Jesse, who brought Mae Cox to visit, Jewell Elliott, J.C. Hall and Vicky Burnett, Kay Hutchison, Kim Clements and Morgan, Dylan and Sarah Claussen, and Judy Haden.
Myrl Cox accompanied Ronnie and Pat Lansdown to West Plains last Saturday and spent the afternoon with Doug, Kristi, Jadon and Kayley Lansdown.
Paul Cox and Jeanne Cox visit their mother, Myrl, often and Jeanne did her grocery shopping last week.
Martin Hathcock is having cataract surgery Wednesday, hope everything goes well with that. Mary Ann is still not doing very well. Pat Smith took Martin to the doctor last week, and Jim will be taking him for his eye appointment. Brandon Hathcock also visited his grandparents one day.
Jim and Maxine Lund visited Harold and Kay Hutchison Monday evening. Imogene Madewell visited Kay Tuesday evening with flowers for transplant.
Lisa Johnson and Jesse visited Mae Cox, also Tim Hall and Donna Nichols. Mae reports her brother, Thetis, is very low at this time.
Those visiting with Tom and Jewell Elliott were James Elliott and Logan and Makayla Elliott. Tom and Jewell visited Albert and Doris Elliott Monday evening.