Today’s Bible reading - Joshua 13:1-14:15 Luke 18:1-17 Psalm 85:1-13 Proverbs 13:7-8
Bro. Kerry visited the hospitals yesterday and sent me the following report:
Mr. Jack Love’s valve replacement procedure went well. As a matter of fact, if he feels well enough, he could go home today. Amazing!
Auburn Sessions will supposed to go home yesterday afternoon if everything went as planned.
Gail Bishop is thinking that she will be discharged from the hospital tomorrow. That may be wishful thinking on her part although she was much better yesterday afternoon.
Art Elliott suffered a setback in that his pneumonia has gotten a little worse. So, he will not be going home anytime soon. His wife, Debra, has had strep but is better.
Bro. Chris Taylor sent me this report on Rusty’s mother, Kay. She did well through the surgery but the doctors are not expressing optimism regarding her situation. They will wait until the test results are in before making a definitive diagnosis.
Bro. Jerry sent me word that Tena’s dad, Mr. Alford, is seemingly getting worse day by day. Tough days for the Alford family.
We need to focus, focus and focus on our services this weekend. Classes and services on Saturday morning, 4/19, for the preschoolers through the 5th graders. An egg hunt will follow preschool church and children’s church. Everything begins at 9:15AM and will end around 11:30AM.
The adult choir will lead us in worship on Saturday night beginning at 6:00PM as they present their Easter musical. This will be our Sunday night service this week. I strongly encourage each member of the Friendship family to attend this worship service!
Evangelist Michael Mason and his wife, Crystal, will be our guests on Easter Sunday morning. Bro. Michael will be preaching in the 7:30, 9:00, and 10:30AM services. Crystal will be singing the call to worship in our 10:30AM service. (April Nicholson will be doing so in the 7:30AM service and our adult choir will do so in the 9:00AM service) Randall Broome will be bringing the message in song in all three of the services. Folks, you do not want to miss these services! Pray, attend, and bring a friend!
We are on a regular schedule today/tonight with one exception – there will be no 7:30PM Bible study. The teachers and cooks are all out of town. Otherwise, everything is normal.
Day two for the Hutto/Taylor/Turrentine families in this happy place called DW is now in the books! I have heard a few folks speak English, a couple speak Mississippi and a few speak Spanish but the majority are speaking languages that I have never heard! Daphne basically mapped out this excursion and she, like her Uncle Eddie, has us eating every two hours or so! Soy & Brad wanted to ride the “tower of terror” but only if I would ride with them. So Dana, Gina and I joined them. They both screamed like middle school girls!
We have done the Magic Kingdom and Hollywood. I think today is Epcot. Since we will have done all three parks, does that mean tomorrow is an off day? Not hardly!
I pray that you will have a great Wednesday with Jesus.