We were few in number this week, however, the spirit was strong and we continued on with so many prayers for our loved ones, those still sick, all the bereaved and the unchurched in our community. We had a most interesting Sunday school lesson, continuing about Paul, which was a good lesson for us all.
Brother Ric also used Paul, as he read from Philippians 3, I press toward the mark of the high calling. We can never go wrong if we pattern our life after Paul’s example. Brother Ric usually has some little anecdote that complements his lesson, which is very good.
Glad to hear our Mae Cox is gaining in strength, our prayers always go out to our loved ones who are struggling.
Tom Elliott is not feeling well at all, at this time, and has been making several trips to his doctors in Springfield. We hope he soon is doing much better. Visitors with Tom and Jewell recently were J.C. and Vicky, James Elliott, Shaun, LeAnna, Logan and MaKayla and Kay Hutchison on Tuesday. Bonita and Floyd returned to their Nebraska home Saturday after a week with homefolks.
Ronnie and Pat Lansdown enjoyed having relatives in for food and fun one evening. Those there were Doug and Kristie Lansdown, Kenneth and Carla Aborn and Bill and Kathy Lansdown.
Myrl Cox’s visitors were Jeanne, Pat and Paul, who has been under the weather.
Last week company for Martin and Mary Ann Hathcock was Trellis and Wanda Hathcock, plus this week, Jim, Eleazar and Ronda Soto, and Jan Jones.
Harold and Kay Hutchison, Kim Clements, Morgan and Dylan Clements were in West Plains, Saturday night to attend a Missouri WP Grizzlies basketball game. Dylan also spent Monday with Kay and Harold and Martin Hathcock visited them Tuesday evening.