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News for January 2023

Twenty YAH's showed up at Julie's Place on Tuesday, Dec. 13, for a delightful Christmas luncheon, including cookie exchange and gift exchange. Everyone left filled with food and filled with joy!

Here we are at the beginning of a New Year. Our first gathering will be Thursday, January 19, which will be a soup luncheon. A choice of yummy soups will be served, so plan to warm up with some hot soup and good food and fellowship. We will also have opportunity to sign up for decorating and devotions for the new year's activities.

Continue to pray for Pat Lancaster as she heals from her broken hip and Burke West as he heals from his stroke; also pray for Reba Gibson, who fell and sustained several broken bones; and Steve Phillips, who had surgery on his foot. Jim and Pat Lancaster's daughter and granddaughter are still waiting to get new kidneys. Also remember to pray for Dianne West, Gay and  Fred West, Neal and Modean McKeehan, Ralph and Charlotte Clutton, and Mack and Jeannie Huscusson. 

Others still needing prayer include Priscilla Cope, Shelby O'Neal, Dana and Laurie Jones, Ronney Craig, Bill and Nancy Huffines, June Brooks, Cricket Gray, Marilyn Raxter, Pat Sealy, Linda Graham and her brother, Bob. Remember to pray for our Personnel Committee as they seek a youth pastor for our church. Pray for those who are working with the youth, for our church's financial needs, and for continued unity in working together to further the Kingdom of God. Pray for Pastor Calvin and his family, deacons and their families, Jennifer Farr and musicians, teachers, and leaders in the various Sunday and Wednesday evening classes, and each one who has a unique part in making Andrews First Baptist Church a lighthouse for Jesus.

Don't forget to pray for the persecuted church around the world, including in America. Pray for the folks in the Ukraine ~ the safety of our Christian brothers and sisters there, and those offering aid. Pray daily for our military as they protect our freedoms, and pray that their families may be reunited soon, too.

Remember our college students, high school, middle school, and elementary school students, as well as teachers and staff, that they may let their lights shine for Jesus.

 

Happy New Year!

The Young At Hearts Committee
Ronney Craig, Jean Higdon, Jim and Pat Lancaster,
Faye Parker, and Jeanette Wilson

 

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