Sara’s Notes: Oct. 6, 2016
By Sara Givens
Revival services will be held at Boneyville Baptist Church, Wednesday through Friday, Oct. 12-14 at 7 p.m. each evening. Elder Jerry Wilkinson, pastor of First Baptist Church, Hodgensville, will be the evangelist. Elder Robert Coulter is the pastor.
Donations for the Barrows Cemetery will be very much appreciated. Please all all donations to Mr. Claude Smith, 515 Elm Tree Lane, Lexington, KY 40508.
Mr. James Hunn, son of James and Ethel Hunn attended Mt. Home Air Force Base, Idaho, for a retirement ceremony and then he went on to Seattle, Washington.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Mr. Tony Barnes of Lexington. He is related to the Wilkinson family. Mrs. Naomi Barnes is his mother.
Sympathy is also extended to the family of Mrs. Betty Levell Jackson of Lancaster.
Mrs. Louise Brown, Ms. Barthenia Brown and Mrs. Sara Givens attended the “Grandparents” Day at Mars Hill Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio to represent the Givens children, Kennedi, MacKenzie and Nicholas, the children of Kelvin and Anita Givens and also Elizabeth Turner of Richmond. They also visited Mrs. Ruth Kinley.
Mrs. Latoya Miller Ellis of Rock Hill, S.C., a die heart Steeler fan wears #23, the number of her cousin Michael Mitchell, son of Maurice and Marchelle Mitchell of Florence. Nothing like having family in the NFL (LOL).
Continue to pray for the sick and shut-ins, those in the rest homes and other confinements. Pray for Mrs. Oline Miller, Evangelist Olivia Coffman and Mrs. Pat Brown.
Happy Birthday to Mrs. Virginia Arnett of Louisville. She celebrated her 96th birthday and still getting around real good, such a remarkable lady. Mrs. Lovester Wilkinson and Bishop and Mrs. Earl Thonton attended the celebration along with several other relatives and friends. Happy Birthday Mrs. Virginia Arnett!!
Thought for the week: Because He lives I (we) can face tomorrow. AMEN!!