SLBC Women’s Mission Union holds meeting
By EDNA RUTH NORSWORTHY
The members of the Women’s Mission Union at South Luverne Baptist Church held their monthly meeting in the church’s fellowship hall on June 9 at 2 p.m.
The director, Doris Rogers, opened the meeting with prayer and a devotional on how we as Christians are to help and pray with our families and friends with their burdens.
Betty Tomberlin gave an informative program out of the WMU Mission Mosaic magazine titled, “Ministry Balancing Act,” that told the story of how a missionary mom encouraged others who served and endured many challenges and struggled with living overseas and caring for their young children as they served where God led them.
After the program, Betty Joyce Knighten gave the prayer calendar, where the group prayed for missionaries who had birthdays. Annette Sipper gave the treasurer report. Merilyn Bailey gave last month’s minutes.
During the business meeting, the group shared the blessed time and they shared memories from when they visited late haven.
A trip to the Luverne Rehabilitation Center is scheduled for June 29. Plans for hosting the July 20 quarterly WMU meeting at SLBC were discussed. Also, plans for future missions to be sponsored by WMU were discussed.
Doris Rogers served pecan pie during fellowship time.
The other members attending were Glenda Yancey, Mary Helen Knight, Laura Tate and myself.