Hello everyone. Hoping all are having a good week.
I heard it was supposed to be really cold this week so it will be good-bye sunshine for a few days, which I am sure we will all miss. It hasn’t been too bad of a winter yet, thankfully.
Bro. Tim Amburgey will be preaching a revival at Haymond Pentecostal Church on Feb. 1, 2 and 3 at 6 p.m. nightly. Everyone is welcome. That little church has been blessed with several people getting baptized.
I have been there a couple of times and they are really nice people and make you feel welcome.
My brother, Archie Ray Fields, seems to be getting a little stronger each day. Keep him in prayer for a full recovery.
Muncy Huff died a year ago on Jan. 25. Keep his mother, Easter Huff, and his brothers and sisters in prayer as they remember him on this day.
I want to wish Dwight Harvey a happy birthday on Jan. 29 (I think). He is a son of Kenny and Sue Harvey.
Also, Astor Fields Jr. has a birthday on Jan. 31. Happy birthday to him.
Keep Hazel Rayburn in prayer. She has been having serious health problems the last few weeks.
Morris Maggard, 90 years old, fell and broke his hip (bless his heart). He went through surgery and is doing okay for his age. Keep him and Della in your prayers.
Sorry to hear of the death of Richard Ratliff. He was a son of the late Charlie and Lulu Ratliff. I don’t remember him as well as I do his older brothers and sisters. Prayers go out to his family and friends.
Wayne Turner needs our prayers. He is having some trouble with his lungs. Pray that his tests come back normal.
Keep Paul Boyd in your prayers. I think he had a stroke. His mother is Marie Johnson Boyd, formerly of Little Cowan. Keep her in prayer also. They live in Virginia.
Katie Dobson, who lives in North Vernon, Ind., had a birthday last week. She is a daughter-in-law of Audrey and Charles Hammonds. She is married to their youngest son, Tim. Happy birthday, Katie.
I talked to Agnes Maggard the other day. She is having her good days and bad days without Bill, and also with her health. She just about starved me to death talking about how she was making her meatloaf and baking her vegetables. I could almost smell the aroma through the phone. No matter what she fixes, it was always good. Bill loved her cooking.
Keep Mary Ann Maggard’s family in prayer. I know they are missing her. She had been in bad health for so long. She has gone to a better place. They still need prayer to help them get through their pain.
Keep Irene and Eugene Day in prayer, that they will get stronger healthwise.
Well folks, I’ve got to go for now. Have a good week. Keep someone in prayer, attend the church of your choice. Stay safe, stay warm. Until next time.