Church services abound in the area, a good sign
Hey! Hey! I am so excited to announce that the Native American Indians are going to dance again. We are going to participate in the Hunter’s Appreciation Day in Rutledge Saturday, Sept. 4th starting at 10 a.m.
We got rained out at Dozier’s Family Day event in June so we are hoping for good weather this time. The host drum will be the Family Drum. We are also planning on having a booth with a variety of goodies. Please come by and check it out.
Praise God that churches are finding the need to expand their buildings. Cameron Chapel United Methodist Church had their singing Saturday August Seventh. Becky Welch was the guest singer. They raffled off a quilt made by Willie Pearl Carnes and Sheila Eilland was the lucky receiver. The money from the donations of the singing and quilt are going to the church building fund.
Dozier Freewill Baptist Church is also planning to expand their church and is planning a yardsale some time in the near future. If you have any donations you would like to contribute please call Brother Rockey or Sister Debbie Pearce at 527-3197 and they will make arrangements to have it picked up. Any donation is welcome. Nothing is to great or to small when working for the Lord.
Dozier Freewill Baptist Church will be having their revival starting August 19th at 7 p.m. with guest speaker Brother David Mount from the New Life Church in Brantley. On August 20th and 21st will be Brother Dale Brown from New Harmony Baptist Church and on Sunday August 22th Brother Rockey will end the revival at the morning service from 11a.m. til noon and there will be lunch served
afterwards and a possible singing that afternoon. There will be no evening service. Sunday School starts at 10 a.m. Everyone is welcome.
Pleasent Home Baptist Church in the Beat 12 community had their revival and Brother Travis Johnson from Brantley Baptist Church was the guest speaker. It went well. There was anywhere from about 35 to 50 people each night.
Indian Creek Church also in the Beat 12 community had their revival next and Brother Harris from Greenville was the guest speaker. It also went well. About 35 to 50 people turned out each night.
Ronald and Audrey Sasser of Brantley had company Sunday,
August 8th. The Campbell reunion was that day so their friend Dorothy from the Ewell community came by for a visit and then was off to Rutledge for the reunion.
Saturday Aug. 14th is a busy day so I know you can’t be everywhere so you will just have to pick what is best or closest to you.
Dozier Freewill Baptist is having get together Saturday, Aug. 14 starting at 4 p.m. They are going to have hamburgers and hot dogs and just some pickin and grinin. So if you are in the area and want to bring you instrutment or if you just would like to come for fellowship then just come on. What a wonderful way to spent the evening getting your belly and spirit fed at the same time.
Calvary Baptist Church in Brantley is having their singing Saturday Aug. 14 starting at 6 p.m. with supper and the singing at 7 p.m. Southern Comfort Bluegrass will be the guest singers.
Magnolia Baptist Church above Highland Home will have their singing Saturday Aug.14th at 7 p.m. The Gospel Valley Boys will be the guest singers. There will be refreshments afterwards.
Well folks, school has started back. I was sorry to hear that Mary Ann Hudson is no longer teaching at Brantley. She is now down at LBW in Andalusia. They are very fortunate to have her. Mrs Anderson, a graduate from Troy State has taken Mrs Hudson’s class. This is Mrs Anderson’s first year of teaching from what I understand so we want to wish her well.
The Football season will start Friday, Aug. 27th with Brantley playing Elba at Brantley. One of my grandbabies goes to Elba Elementry so I have to be careful around the house for this one.
Speaking of children Sunday, Aug. 8th Elizabeth and Victor were given a Baby Shower at Mt Moriah Baptist Church in Troy. They received alot of very nice gifts. They received three or four homemade quilts for the baby besides all the other wonderful presents. They really are a loving church who take care of their members. We only have four weeks to go if the stork delivers on time.
Happy Birthday Ann Hall, mother of Chase Adkinson and daughter of Gabe and Frances Hall of Brantley. Her birthday was Monday August Ninth.
I have a friend in Texas who emails me with people she asks prayer for. This week she has asked for prayer for her sister Frances Schofield who is having medical problems and a young women by the name of Allison who just lost her baby. It was stillborn. Please pray for these people when you say your prayers. God hears and answers every prayer.
Please pray for Mary Sasser of Brantley. She had a stroke and someone has to stay with her regularly.
Jane Wells of Luverne is fighting Cancer. She really needs our prayer. She had her limp nods removed from under her arm a while back and now the limp nods in her neck are swollen and they are wanting to do more surgery. Of coarse she doesn’t want anymore surgery so she is asking for a healing.
My husband’s nephew Sam Bowlan is having medical problems and needs our prayer.
Please pray for my family and I will for yours.
Until next time remember let your life be a light to someone and A.S.A.P.