Brother Martin read the devotion after we brought all the prayer petitions forward, and prayer by Sister Hellen. We are very thankful for all His goodness and mercy, not only at Thanksgiving, but every day we live for Him.
Brother Ric read from ll Thes. 5:16-19, all about thanking the Lord daily. It was a very good message, especially timely, and we should do this every day. Brother Ric took a few minutes to let the congregation tell some of the things they were most thankful for, a very good service.
Martin Hathcock’s company this week was Jim Hathcock, and Martin’s sister, Wilma, Richard and his daughter, from Raymondville.
Sunday evening Martin attended a birthday celebration in the home of Jack and Peggy Armstrong, for grandson, Brandon Hathcock, along with other family and relatives.
Nina Carter is blessed this week to be entertaining several family members from near and far, over the Thanksgiving holidays. Nina reported a successful trip last week to Lake of the Ozarks, with lots of good information gathered.
Sorry to report Pat Lansdown is having some severe health issues, and is spending a few days in Cox South. Doug and Ronnie have been staying with her, our best to her.
Lucille Hutchison DeBerry, of Springfield, continues to nurse a blood clot in her leg, but doesn’t seem to be making much progress. Our best to her, also.
Shaun, LeAnna, MaKayla and Logan Elliott, and James Elliott were visitors with Tom and Jewell Elliott during the week end.
Shirley Hutchison, her mother, Lauralee Petersen and Amy Hutchison came by Harold and Kay Hutchison’s, last Thursday. Amy stayed to spend a few days with the Hutchisons.
Stephanie Tackett Mishler drove from Carl Junction to Ava, to spend a couple of days with her grandparents, Harold and Kay Hutchison. Danny, Kim and Dylan Clements also came by Friday. Harlin Hutchison came Sunday evening to take Amy back home.