Spiritual Resource Page COVID-19

Pastor, March 31, 2020 - 2:36 pm

Please pray for all who are sick at the moment that the Lord bring them healing and relief from their illness. For Celeste for recovery and for the Theodore- Webb Family: Wanda, Tabitha, Bridget and her daughter.

Louise & Michael Broussard, March 21, 2020 - 12:15 am

Our Prayer Request is for the HEALING of Our Nation, during this CORONAVIRUS CRISIS...And we Pray that all our Love Ones are Spared, & in his Good Grace AMEN

Pastor, March 17, 2020 - 6:13 pm

Sovereign Lord, we bow low before you in this time of uncertainty. Be present with your strong comfort among those most directly affected by this virus, and in your mercy bring them healing and recovery. Use this to make us as a nation deeply aware of our total dependence on you. Give us courage to face whatever the future holds, knowing that it-and we- are in your hands. Amen

Anonymous, March 17, 2020 - 3:45 pm

Pray that God continue to bless our congregation and our city and quickly bring the pandemic to an end.

Congregational updates

  • Kid’s Sunday School Video- Trent is creating a video lesson for the kids to watch. We plan on airing that Tuesdays 11:00 and for this week a unleavened bread cooking demo at 11:00 Wednesday. Find everything you need HERE
  • Bible information class is offered over video chat. Get through the whole class in 10 days. Contact pastor.
  • Prayers are needed those affected by COVID19
      • Wanda who is feeling ill and being tested for COVID,
      • Tabitha, Bridget and her daughter, Celeste who had the virus and are now recovering from it. Thankfully they are doing well.
      • Nathan Zeller – relative of the Mckinneys will start Air Force Boot Camp, but is in quarantine for as precaution.
  • Worship on Sunday- 41 signed in with connect cards. I know there were a few more tuning in too. Be sure to fill those out every week so we know who is joining us.
  • Unfortunately, the quarantine will not be over by Easter, the council has decided that we will celebrate in some way over the internet (if you have input give me a call), but whenever the quarantine ends we will celebrate it again together in worship!
  • This last Sunday would have been the crawfish boil :.( Hey, it’s another reminder that when we get to see one another next, a big celebration is due! I’m praying it’s not too late for crawfish.
 

City updates

  • The Governor and Mayor want to impress the importance of Social Distancing. Those not practicing it or staying home except for necessary needs (Doctor, grocery, medication) become a risk to themselves and others.
      • A second line parade was busted for forming during restrictions and face charges. 
  • COVID numbers: 4,025 positive cases and 185 dead
  • The convention center is being prepared as an overflow site for those with the virus. You cannot report there. If you are feeling ill go to the testing centers or a hospital.
 
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Longing for what’s right

It’s hard to see how things sometimes unfold in our small church family. When one of our own loved brothers or sisters in Christ suffers we feel it. Hearts ache for them, concern often creeps in and we wonder how can we make it better. We wonder, “Where is your justice?” Can’t you make it better for them?
 
I wish I would it was still baffling to me why people would take advantage of other’s generosity or even take advantage of a loving heart. We’ve had that happen right here at our church, and just this last week! We live in a world that is sinful and so we cry “Where is your righteousness Lord?”
 
But then everyone is looking for justice- for themselves. No one likes to think they are bad and so they justify everything to make it seem good. Even the robber or the murderer can claim, “I live in a flawed system, It is due me,” or “it was in self-defense, or pay back.” Longing for what is right has some looking in the wrong places for it.

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