Thursday, September 29, 2011
Potts Camp News
Bridal shower honors Brittany Byrd
A bridal shower was held for Brittany Byrd in the fellowship hall at Temperance Hill Baptist Church on Saturday. She received many lovely gifts.
Parents night was held last week at Mary Reid School with a large crowd attending.
Get well to James Cook, who will have kidney surgery this week. Pray for him!
Pray for a former neighbor, Henry Tutor, who is very ill in Ripley Veterans’ Home. We miss him.
Two special friends, Kathryn and Terry Scarbrough of Houston, Tx., visited in my home on Thursday. Later they drove to Starkville to visit relatives.
Helen Wallace and children of San Antonio, Tx., are visiting her mother, Thelma Ford.
My son, Dr. Danny Potts Hollingsworth, will be inaugurated by the trustees, faculty, staff, students and alumni of Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga., on October 14 as the 12th president of the college. A reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Hollingsworth will follow the inauguration at the Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art. Prior to serving in this position, he was on the faculty at Baylor University, was interim dean at Mississippi State University’s College of Business and Industry, and served in an administrative capacity at Carson-Newman University.
Jean Gurley was surprised with a birthday dinner at the home of Mary Minor last week. Celebrating with her were Joan Gurley, Margaret Hart, Cindy Passons, and Sherry Colhoun.
On September 21, Margaret Hart, Mary Minor, Doris Poole, Sue Rowland and Nancy Green drove to Humbolt, Tenn., to have lunch with their aunt, Margrette Bowling, on her 91st birthday. Joan Gurley made the delicious birthday cake for the occasion.
Ann Boren Armstrong reports that her son, Jimmy, is doing great following his recent surgery.
Happy Birthday to Judy Gurley, Faith Gurley, Alea Gurley, John Nelson, Garrie Colhoun, Rebecca Moore, and Preston Poole.
“He’s Depending on You”
An ancient tale tells of Jesus’s ascension into Heaven, where He is met by the angel Gabriel, who asked him, “What plans have you made to ensure the truth you brought to earth will spread throughout the world?” Jesus answered, “I called some fishermen, tax collectors and others to walk along with me as I did my Father’s will.” “Yes, I know about them, what are your other plans?” Jesus replied, “I taught Peter, James and John about God’s kingdom as I healed and preached to the multitudes.” Gabriel said, “Surely you must have other plans!”
For better or worse, you and I are the ones He is depending on in today’s world to strengthen the Kingdom of God through His Christian people and churches. Can He depend on us?
Anytime someone does a kindness for others, they could be acting as God’s angel unaware that God has sent them to answer someone’s prayer.
Angels unaware are everywhere waiting for God to send them in answer to someone’s prayer. Thank you, God, for sending all the kind, wonderful people (angels in the world) and Lord I pray, please let me be an angel unaware for someone else somehow, some- day.
Potts Camp United Methodist Church celebrated its 100th birthday on Oct. 15, 1989. Bishop Robert Morgan brought the message that day. Over 500 people attended from many states. Former pastors attended the Potts Camp Church that day and spoke to the crowd.
Dinner was served. Gifts were given in memory of friends. My brother, the late Rev. Charles L. Potts, gave the history of the church. He was my little brother. I miss him.
The Baptist Church in Potts Camp closed their doors and attended the celebration. I helped serve the large crowd. It was a wonderful day! Mitch Stone Jr. was the special song leader. He was a great singer.
Greenfield hosts Family and Friends’ Day
Do not exalt yourself in the king’s presence, and do not claim a place among his great men; it is better for him to say to you, “Come up here,” than for him to humiliate you before his nobles. Proverbs 25:6-7.
Hamilton Chapel CME Church rendered Heaven and Heal program on Sept. 18 at 2:30. Guest speakers were: Heaven, Pastor Wilkins. He used for a subject “We must appear to the judgment seat of Christ” II Corinthians 2:5-10. Hell speaker was Pastor Adam Tyson. Subject “What in Hell do you want?” Luke 16:9. Guest choir, St. Paul; pastor Charles Dooley, host pastor.
John L. Webb, Grand High Court Palace of Children of second district will sponsor a banquet at Waterford Lodge Hall #450 on Hwy. 310 on Oct. 8, 6 p.m., Please help our young people by buying a ticket or give a donation.
On Oct. 23, which is the fourth Sunday evening, at 3 p.m. Family and Friends Day program will be rendered at Greenfield Church. The public is invited.
To us, everyone can be a family or friend to someone.
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