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CHILDREN’S
MAY/JUNE
2014
VOL. 52 • No.3
Campus Spotlight
page 3
•
Ministry Funding
Sources
page 4
•
Children’s
Recognition
Banquet
page 8
Children’s Home Sunday • June 8, 2014
A Publication of
Louisiana Baptist
Children’s Home
& Family Ministries
Established in 1899, the Louisiana Baptist Children's
Home and Family Ministries is a faith-based 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organization dedicated to providing love, care,
and hope in Christ to children and families in need. The
Children's Home is an agency of the Louisiana Baptist
Convention and is governed by a 17-member board of
trustees elected by the Convention to serve three-year
terms on a rotating basis.
The Children's Home receives no state or federal funding. Approximately 75% of all funding comes from individuals and churches; less than 22% of funding goes to
administrative costs; less than 5% of funding comes from
payment of services.
Our major service areas include: Residential Child
Care, Residential Family Care, Christian Women's Job
Corps of Monroe, Granberry Christian Counseling
Centers, Sellers Maternity Ministries, Mobile Pregnancy
Care Center, Louisiana Baptist Foster & Adoption
Network, Orphans Embrace International Orphan Care
Mission Trips, Reclaimed - A Ministry of Hope and
Healing to Child Victims of Human Trafficking. Services
are provided without regard to race, gender, religion, or
ability to pay.
Our dedicated Christian ministry team strives to offer
the highest quality of services. Please contact us for more
information on how we can serve you or someone you
know: 318.343.2244 • [email protected] • www.lbch.org
LBCH Trustees:
Dr. Johnny Sanders, Chairman
Rev. William Smith, Vice-Chairman
Mrs. Salli Perry, Secretary
Mrs. Sunshine Elkins
Mr. Clint Gulde
Mrs. Carol Johnson
Rev. James King
Mrs. Brenda Myrick
Mr. Billy Nutt
Words From Home
by Dr. Perry Hancock, President & CEO
In this edition of the Children’s Home News you will enjoy seeing pictures
of our annual Children’s Celebration Banquet. The Banquet is attended each
year by school teachers, church members, trustees, and other special friends
who have played an important role in the success of our children during the
year.
The theme for the Banquet this year was “God Has a Plan for Your Life
That is Out of This World” based on Jeremiah 29:11. Cottage parents, family
workers, administrative staff, and others identified traits in the children that can be found in a follower of Christ. Those
qualities were placed on a certificate, read aloud, and presented to each child. I wish you could have seen their faces as
they received such positive recognition. For many, it was the first time in their lives that someone encouraged them for
making good choices. Along with that special time we also enjoyed entertainment provided by our young people.
I hope that you enjoy reading the other stories about the many ways you are making a difference and changing lives
through the various ministries of the Children’s Home.
Please remember to pray for us each day and when you have the opportunity, plan a visit to the campus in Monroe.
We would love to provide you with a tour. Until then, may God bless you as you are a blessing to His children at your
Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home.
Mrs. Janice Pharris
Mr. Gerald Pool
Mr. Dwayne Rogers
Mrs. Glenda Suggs
Rev. Reid Terry
Mrs. Margaret
Wedgeworth
Congrats to
Our 2014
Kindergarten
Graduates,
Eliott & Meya!
Dr. Steve Horn
LBC President
Dr. David Hankins
LBC Executive Director
Dr. Perry Hancock
President & CEO
We are proud of you!
Marc Eichelberger
Director of Development & Public Relations
Julie Cupples
Director of Communications
HomeNews (ISSN 1094-3587) is published seven
times a year in February, March, May, July,
September, November, and December by Louisiana
Baptist Children's Home & Family Ministries
7200 DeSiard Street, Monroe, LA 71203-3954
Subscriptions: Complimentary
Postmaster:
Periodicals postage paid at Monroe, LA and
additional mailing offices.
Send address corrections to: HomeNews,
P.O. Box 4196, Monroe, LA 71211-4196
• OUR MISSION •
The mission of the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries is to provide love, care,
and hope in Christ for children and families in need.
• OUR VALUES •
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
We value the Bible as the foundation and guide for our ministry (2 Timothy 3:16).
We value the worth of the Children and Families to whom we minister (Genesis 1:27).
We value Servant Leadership as our model for ministry (Mark 9:35).
We value Excellence as our standard for ministry performance (Colossians 3:17).
We value Personal Integrity as our ministry standard for living (Romans 12:1-2).
• CAMPUS SPOTLIGHT •
By Debbie Robertson, HomeNews Writer
The door to Peace Cottage is opened by a friendly little girl
with a huge smile. Older brother Joshua runs into the room,
eager to join the fun. They hurry to find their places on the sofa
with their mom. Once everyone is comfortable—Laila in front
of her mom and Joshua on the arm of the sofa behind them—
the conversation begins. All three are warm, friendly, and
they are obviously a very close-knit family.
Toni and her children have been part of the
HomePlace Ministry for a year. Toni’s face lights
up as she shares her family’s experience, “This
place has given such a great opportunity for me
to just start my life over. Since I have been here,
I have been around such good people, good
women. They have supported me and my family in every way that we needed to be supported.
There are so many things…. I have learned a lot,
and my kids have been exposed to things they
would not have been if we hadn’t come here.”
Toni loves that her children have been in a good
school. Laila and Joshua chime in, ready to talk about
their day. Laila, who is completing first grade, and Joshua,
third grade, are excited about their year-end awards at school.
Both love school and both proudly report that they are honor
roll students at Cypress Point. Joshua’s favorite subject is math.
Laila enjoys art and wants to do manicures someday. She also
likes “anything with computers.”
“Joshua is a leader,” says Toni. “Any opportunity he has
to lead, he takes it.” As the conversation continues,
Joshua moves to the middle of the living room floor
for a few minutes of impromptu gymnastics. Toni
laughs that Joshua is definitely “very active” and
adds that he’s also “so curious.” “Like Curious
George?” he asks. Toni laughs and confirms,
“Yes, just like Curious George…. He always
wants to know about things. I don’t even know
about some of the things he questions. Joshua
has always had the attributes of a leader. He tries
to lead whatever situation he is in and he seems
to do it well.”
Laila is “sometimes bossy but so sweet. And
she’s always willing to share with others.” Laila adds
that she loves cleaning and making her bed, a statement
that Joshua teases her about. He’s not so sure that’s the case.
“Laila always wants to learn,” says Toni. “I’ve always read to
her. She is smart and wants to know the meaning of all the
words that are new to her. She is definitely a giver and she likes
to make friends and to play with her friends.” Both children
love the LBCH campus where they can go outside, they always
have friends to play with, and there are numerous activities in
which to participate.
Joshua & Laila
The conversation turns to Lifeline Church and Laila’s participation as a praise dancer for a brief time. Joshua grabs a
Bible, sits down beside his mom, and begins to read aloud from
Isaiah. He has excellent reading skills and, indeed, one can
almost imagine him leading a congregation one day. He shares
that his name in the Bible means “courageous.”
Toni stays busy with her job and she studies in the
evenings, preparing for completion of her GED. When all
three have finished their homework, they enjoy watching TV together. Their favorite activity is making up
games. Toni says she always loves their time “just
hanging out together,” and their very best times
are when the kids have the opportunity to be creative. Laila is a very good story teller, making it
up as she goes along; and they frequently create
their own word games. Joshua and Laila giggle
as Toni adds that they are also very skilled at
ganging up on her when they want something.
The family is looking forward to moving into
a home of their own in the near future. Toni credits
the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home with helping
her reach this goal and for making such a tremendous
difference for her family. “Can I just say how much I appreciate them and give a couple of people a shout-out?” she asks
excitedly. “Susan Clark (LBCH Director of Family Care
Ministries) is great; she is awesome. I have never met a person
like her. Just her presence, she just knows how to make you feel
good. Even a day that has been filled with junk, she’s so reassuring and knows how to make you feel better. She is so gifted.
“Tonya Hancock (Director of the Christian
Women’s Job Corp) made it possible for me to go
and be tested and to begin working on my GED.”
“I feel that everybody should be exposed to
this place, no matter what walk of life they are
in, because there is no place like it. There are so
many God-filled people who want you to succeed every step of the way. I am so grateful for
this place. When I came here, I didn’t know anything. I found hope here for me and for my kids.
This is something we won’t ever forget. It’s made
me a better parent and a better person. There have
been a lot of ups and downs and I’ve had to swallow
my pride a lot of times, but I’ve learned to be humble. And
we’re still learning. It’s been so good for all of us to be here.”
Toni admits it’s been tough some days combining work and
her studies, but the LBCH family has provided support and
encouragement every step of the way. Between these relationships and the friendships formed with other moms in Peace
Cottage, she, Joshua and Laila have a strong network to help
them as they transition to a home of their own.
“The best times are when they have the opportunity to be creative”
PRAYER
CALENDAR
Pheonix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 1
Brady . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 2
Jacob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 3
Stephen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 4
Kenyon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 5
Kayden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 6
Zachary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 7
Avery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 8
Jason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 9
Cameron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 10
John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 11
Hope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 12
DeAnna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 13
Kaylena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 14
Devin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June15
Alexis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 16
Jade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 17
Evangline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 18
Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 19
Eden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 20
Kaia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 21
Sha’Keya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 22
Shyenne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 23
Toni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 24
Joshua . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 25
Laila . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 26
Jessica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 27
Hannah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 28
Alayna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 29
Tina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 30
Isabella . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 1
Jennifer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 2
Joseph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 3
Sandra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 4
Jayden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 5
Amber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 6
Spheria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 7
Sunnie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 8
Terri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 9
Aiden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 10
Kayleigh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 11
LaQuita . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 12
Remy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 13
Patrice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 14
Claire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 15
Happy Birthday!
Remy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 2
Terri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .June 9
Hannah . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 23
Joshua . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 24
HomeBuilders
by Marc Eichelberger
Director of Development & Public Relations
Children’s Home Sunday
Annual Offering – June 8, 2014!
Why Do We Care for Orphans?
It is important to reflect on why we care for orphans—to consider the biblical foundations for foster care, adoption, and orphan
care ministries. God gives ample reasons through His Word for His
people to be motivated and mobilized to care for the fatherless.
The Old Testament clearly reveals a pattern of God’s care for the orphan and His command for His followers to demonstrate compassion for them in tangible and practical ways. God demands that the orphan be
treated with justice and shown mercy. God equates mistreating the fatherless with sin and He equates caring
for the fatherless with righteousness and blessing (see Exodus 22:22; Deuteronomy 10:18; 14:28-29; 24:1721; 27:19; Job 24:3; 29:11-12; Psalm 10:14, 18; 68:5-6; 82:3; 94:3-7; 146:7-9; Proverbs 23:10-11; Isaiah
1:16-17, 23; 10:12; Jeremiah 5:28; 7:1-7; 22:3; 49:11; Hosea 14:3; Zechariah 7:8-10; and Malachi 3:5).
The New Testament doctrine of adoption can be found in five passages in the apostle Paul’s epistles:
Romans 8:14-17, 23; 9:4; Galatians 4:3-7; and Ephesians 1:3-6. New Testament adoption describes the act
of God whereby He makes us members of His family, by grace through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ, thus
granting us all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities therein. No community of people in this world
should be more attuned to the cries of the orphan than the dearly loved, adopted children of God. Courage,
confidence, and endurance in our care for orphans, especially when life is tough, should flow from our
knowledge that God deals with us only and always in terms of our adoption in and union with Christ.
James 1:27 states, “Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit
orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world.” The phrase “orphans and
widows” is used over 40 times by Old Testament writers, but only once in the New Testament. The first century Jewish Christian readers immediately knew what James was calling for based upon their knowledge of
the Old Testament. Followers of Yahweh, true disciples of Christ, will “visit” (episkeptomai) – actually
extend real care toward orphans. This pivotal verse is the New Testament foundation for the call to minister
to the orphan. It must be read and understood in relation to the many Old Testament texts that call for justice and provision for the fatherless.
These three areas of Scripture bear strong witness to God’s care for the orphan and His clear desire that
His people do likewise. It is only through the generosity of God’s people that LBCH is able to meet the
tremendous needs of the fatherless that we encounter every day.
I pray that you and your church will join with others across our state and give generously to this year’s
Children’s Home Sunday Offering. Please consider becoming a “helper of the orphan” (Psalm 10:14)
through our “Connect:127” ministry at www.connect127.org or www.LBCH.org.
Thank you for aligning your hearts with His to accomplish His will in caring for children in need!
Every Dollar Counts
for Now and Eternity!
LBCHFM is committed to faithful stewardship of
the gifts entrusted to us. Every dollar given is an
investment in the lives of children who cannot help
themselves and families who need help in their time
of crisis.
• LBCHFM receives no state or federal
funding
• 76% of all funding comes from individuals
and churches
• Less than 12% of funding goes to
administrative costs
• Less than 3% of funding comes from
payment for services
Thank you Louisiana Baptists for investing in children and families and making an eternal difference
in their lives!
Ministry Funding Sources
RoyOM ar tin 10 th An nua l BHA Fall Golf
Benefitting Homeless Children & Their Moms
Sept. 29, 2014
Alexandria, LA
For more info contact Patti Busby: 318-448-0405 • [email protected]
becausewecare
Children’s Home Sunday
Annual Offering • June 8, 2014
Dear Friend of Children,
At your Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home we care! We provide care like food, clothing, shelter, and much more. But behind the care we provide, is
the care we have for the children in our hearts. We care about the children because God cares!
Please help us to continue caring for vulnerable children by participating in our 8th Annual Children’s Home Sunday Offering at your church
on June 8, 2014!
Remember, your gift through the Children’s Home Sunday Offering will help us continue to demonstrate Christ’s compassion and concern for the children who come our way.
Thank you for making this life-changing ministry possible. May God continue to bless you as you bless His children at your Louisiana Baptist
Children’s Home.
For God's Children,
"Casting all your care upon Him,
because He cares about you." 1 Peter 5:7
Dr. Perry Hancock, President & CEO
P.S. Thank you for helping us provide Christ-centered ministry services for over 6,400 children, families, and individuals in 2013!
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Children Enjoy Annual Kiwanis Picnic and Egg Hunt!
Chris takes a turn on the slide!
Brady and Dr. Hancock enjoy lunch!
Cameron loved the slide!
We Want To Visit
Your Community!
We are currently scheduling special events
and outreach dates for the summer!
Please call Cindy at 318-816-3462
to partner with the
Mobile Pregnancy Care Center Ministry.
Jason had a blast in the jumpers.
Hunting Easter eggs was the main event!
Jayden is ready to find a prize egg.
Congratulations to Our
2014 Graduates!
Ashlyn
Westin High School
Ashlyn plans to attend
Career Techinical College
Claire
Neville High School
Claire plans to attend
Career Techinical College
SHORT-TERM CHILD
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM
INTRODUCED
LBCHFM continually strives to minister to the changing needs of children and families in our state. Currently
there are hundreds of families facing crises, which place
their children at risk. Crises might include financial problems, unemployment and homelessness. In other cases, children come from families in which the parent needs time to
heal physically or emotionally, or is recovering from an
alcohol or drug addiction. Other families encounter a crisis
when a parent is facing a brief incarceration period.
LBCHFM is implementing a program that will offer a
short-term, Christian residential home for children whose
parents are experiencing these types of crises that affect
their ability to provide care and/or safety for their children,
and have no other child care resources available.
The short-term residential program will serve children
ages five through fourteen. Certified foster cottage parents
will provide care for the children on the Children’s Home
campus in Monroe. Custodial parents or guardians will voluntarily place their children for approximately two to six
months. Weekly visitation, phone calls, and letters will be
encouraged to promote family stability and the parent/child
attachment.
If you or someone you know could benefit from this
ministry, please contact LBCHFM Family Services for
additional information at 318-343-2244.
Kenny
West Ouachita High School
O bitu ar ies
FORMER RESIDENT DECEASED:
Kenny plans to attend
Delta Community College
Ruby Hilton Halley
God has a plan for you that is... OUT O
OF THIS WORLD!
The theme of the 2014 Annual LBCH Children’s Recognition Banquet,
“God has a plan for you that is out of this world” was chosen by Director
of Cottage Life, Tommy Frost, to highlight God’s awesome plans for each
and every one of His children.
With over 200 in attendence for the event including LBCH children,
staff members and trustees, as well as community leaders and special
friends, the event really was “out of this world!”
Every LBCH resident was recognized for their special talents and
accomplishments over the past year. We are so proud of these boys and
girls!
A special “thank you” goes out to Mrs. Effie Bailey and the Judy Lynn
Bailey Endowment fund which makes this annual event possible.
Highlights from
GRANBERRY
COUNSELING
CENTERS
By Susan C. Clark, Director
Whew……made another school year! Blessed be the NAME OF THE LORD!!!!!! Now what? First off, it’s
planting time again. Last spring was our first attempt at gardening at HomePlace. On a scale of one to ten, I would
have to say that we ranked about a seven, taking into consideration the soil of the heart. Our hearts were eager and
excited about the new adventure. That in itself over shadowed the lean crop.
This year we have taken a giant leap of faith and doubled the size of the garden with many more “little hands”
helping out. What a blessing it is to see children digging in the dirt knowing that they will see the fruit of their
labor. Although as a whole, they just enjoyed playing in the dirt. Stay tuned in to “the rest of the story” in a few
weeks.
Although Christian Women’s Job Corp’s semester ended in May, we will begin our summer session in two
weeks. The ladies are looking forward to being a part of this curriculum. We will help explore the creative side of
each mom by doing crafts. Also, the ladies will serve in several community mission projects. Some women will
complete the academic requirements to sit for their Hi-Set (the new GED). Assessments and testing will continue
to be done as well as engaging in Bible Study.
The children of HomePlace will begin their recreation time which will include a variety of activities. The pool
will be opened soon and that is always a high priority in these children’s lives. They will attend Vacation Bible
School as well as being involved in Bible School on campus. Fun times just ahead!!!
I am reminded that someone once said, “The fact that I can plant a seed and it becomes a flower, share a bit of
knowledge and it becomes another's, smile at someone and receive a smile in return, are to me evidences of God’s
presence.” I concur.
MONROE • BATON ROUGE
COVINGTON • LEESVILLE • MINDEN
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SHREVEPORT • WINNSBORO
318.345.8200
1.877.345.7411
www.granberrycounseling.org
CAMPUS TOURS!
Schedule your tour of the
Children’s Home campus today.
Children and moms of HomePlace try out
their gardening skills
Contact Marc at [email protected]
or (318) 343-2244 or book online
at www.lbch.org
LBCHFM and Partners Finding
Forever Families
for Modern-Day Orphans
Over the Edge for Adoption
Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home & Family Ministries joined Louisiana Family
Forum on May 9, 2014, at the second Over the Edge for Adoption event downtown Baton
Rouge. The purpose of the event was to raise awareness, especially in the faith community, of the number of children in Louisiana’s foster care system who are waiting to be
adopted. Over 300 of these modern-day orphans desperately need a permanent Christian
family they can call their own.
This year, about 90 rapellers went “over the edge” of the 24-story One American
Place, the second tallest building in Baton Rouge. Rapellers included pastors, state and
local legislators, Kori, Sadie, and John Luke Robertson from Duck Dynasty, and
Louisiana’s First Lady, Supriya Jindal.
As a result of this partnership, over 100 churches across the state have signed on and
committed to finding families to start the process of foster care and adoption!
Wait No More: Finding Families for Waiting Kids
Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home & Family Ministries partnered with Focus on the
Family and Louisiana Family Forum on May 10, 2014, for a Wait No More conference
at Istrouma Baptist Church in Baton Rouge. More than 200 people attended representing 80 different families and 60 different churches.
There were 13 agencies and ministries on site to answer participants’ questions and
help them start the process of adoption from foster care. Twenty-two families initiated
the process of adoption from foster care at the event. In addition, nine families indicated their desire to get involved by praying, wrapping around an adoptive family, or giving to help orphan care ministries.
If you or your church are interested in foster care, adoption, or orphan care ministries, please contact Beth Green at 318-343-2244 or [email protected] or www.lbch.org
or www.connect127.org.
Churches! Join our CONNECT 1:27 NETWORK and receive
a FREE Orphan Care Tool Kit!!
Connect 1:27 is helping families and churches across Louisiana to answer
God’s call to minister to orphans through Foster Care, Adoption, and Orphan
Care ministries.
Over 4,500 children are in Louisiana’s foster care system. More than 300 of
these children are lingering in foster care because they have no adoptive family.
Many of these precious children are in our own back yards. All of these children
are our modern-day orphans. God has given clear commands in His Word for
Christians to take care of orphans.
Churches joining the Connect 1:27 Network receive a FREE Orphan Care
Tool Kit that includes: Orphan Care Ministry Guide, The Theology of Adoption,
Orphan Care Sermon, Bible Study & Prayer Guides, Adoption Options, Foster
Care & Adoptive Parent Guide, and Fields of the Fatherless by Tom Davis.
In addition, churches will have access to online resources available only to
Connect 1:27 Network members and will receive a monthly Connect
1:27 E-Newsletter.
MEMBERSHIP IS EASY & FREE! To join the Connect 1:27 Network,
your church is asked to commit to at least one of the following annually:
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Invite a speaker to share about the orphan crisis
Host an orphan ministry workshop
Establish an orphan care ministry
Host a foster/adoptive parent orientation
Host an event for foster/adoptive children or families
Host training or appreciation event for Louisiana Department
of Children & Family Services
• Host the Heart Gallery of waiting children in need of adoptive homes
• Establish an orphan prayer ministry
To join the Connect 1:27 Network, visit www.connect127.org or contact
Beth Green at 318.343.2244 or [email protected]
Foster & Adoptive Informational Meetings:
Left: A rapeller goes
“Over The Edge”
for adoption!
LAKE CHARLES
Thursday, June 12th • 6:00 P.M.
Carey Baptist Assoc., 1701 W. Prien Lake Road
SHREVEPORT
Thursday, June 12th • 6:00 P.M.
Broadmoor Baptist, 4110 Youree Drive
VIDALIA
Friday, June 20th • 6:00 P.M.
First Baptist Vidalia, 608 Texas Street
“Religion that our Father accepts as pure and faultless is
this: to look after orphans… in their distress…” James 1:27
memorials • 3/26/14-5/14/14
Memorial gifts are received by the Children’s Home in thoughtful tribute to the
memory of a relative, friend or loved one. Names of deceased persons are printed in
all caps followed by the names of those making gifts to the Home in their memory.
SAM ABNEY
FBC, Covington
CARLETTE ABSHER
James & Melba Sullivan
Ruby Ann Montgomery
CHESTER ACHORD, JR.
Wayne & Jackie McAllister
Milton
JIM ADKISON
Bob & Doris Meredith
Jerrie & Dennis Choate
Kevin & Rhonda Cox
EDITH ELAINE AHLERS
Janice Barker Jones
John & Gracie Gonzales
M&M Earl T. Haynes
VIRGINIA K. AINSWORTH
Mrs. C. B. Pierce
ESSIE AKIN
Gerald & Lisa McCain
GORDON ALBRITTON
Judy & Avery East
Marilynn Lewis
Bob & Mary Nelson
GLEN ALLEN
Connie Dubois
CARL LEE ALLISON
Robert Cook
ALMA COLE'S FATHER
Emmanuel BC, Oakdale
PENNY JEAN ANDERSON
Arnold L. Anderson
ELIZABETH ANGLIN
Brooks & Karen Watson
FBC, Newellton
LINDA ARNESON
M&M Glynn Averett
ALBERT J. ARNOLD
The Glen Gophers (Go For It)
beanbag baseball team
Billy Waits
LODIE LEE ARTHUR
Mrs. Doyle R. Hamilton
Fred & Yvette Frantom &
Calvert Frantom
BEVERLY ASHWORTH
FBC, Covington
MALCOLM C. AUSTIN
Pat & Steve Rugg
M&M Randy Brown
Alton & Pat Williams
M&M Byron E. Crawford
Dorothy Spillers
Steve & Kathy Horne
Harold & Debi Book
Amy Nichols
Pat Austin & Family
SELLERS AYCOCK, JR.
Baker & Jackie Boyd
Bill & Libby Crouch
MARY GUGICH BABCOCK
Occupy BC #2, Pitkin
Rod Babcock & Family
FRED BADEN
Harold & Laura Granger
BROOK BAILEY
Ruby Jane Bailey
WILLIAM ROLAND BAILEY
DeLores N. Spruell
DAVID BAKER
Baker & Jackie Boyd
LEON BAKER
Caressa Walker
FRANCES CRAWFORD
BALDWIN
M. S. Magee
Robbin & Dean Vincent
John Hixson, Daniel Frick,
Milton Hixon, Kevin Hixson, Les
Hixson, Adam Todd &
Michael Carr
M. B. Slocum
Lynn Pittman-Cooley, Michelle
Pittman & Karon P. Hanushek
Owen & Ginny Bellon
Bob & Joy Deville
CATHERINE CANTERBERRY
BALLARD
Merle Antley
Beth N. McDougal & Family
Robert & Dottie Ferrington
Diane Green Smith
Brian & Vickie Booth
Cherryl Rose & Family & Don
Ballard & Family
RAY P. (CHIP) BANKSTON III
ELIZABETH BARBER
M&M William T. Firesheets, Sr.
CHARLES BARFIELD
Johnny & Beverly Carroll
Randy, Amy, Evan, & Carson
Braswell
RALPH E. BARKER
LaVera Barker
JOAN BARNHILL
M&M Leon McQueen
Mary D. Jones
CAROLYN BAROUSSE
Community BC, Lafayette
NEWT BARROW
Marvin W. & Linda Marcantel
WILLIE MAE BARTMESS
Angus Chemical Maintenance
Department
BETTY BARTON
Delton (Blackie) & Joyce Smith
MARY ANN BARTON
Bob & Carolyn Smith
MARY JO BATES
Sandy & Boyd Parker
STEVEN & MARK BAUM
Carl & Billie Baum
Carl & Billie Baum
LLOYD BEAL
Gail Hanchey Bearden
JOYACE BELLOTT
Vernon & Barbara Flemister
JAMES R. BENJAMIN
FBC, Covington
DOROTHY W. BERGERON
Leon J. Bergeron
FRED BINNING
Jerrie & Dennis Choate
KAROL BIRCHFIELD
North Monroe Bapt. Singles III
STEPHEN BIRCHFIELD
Calvary BC, Slidell
W. C. BLACKWELL
John & Gale Leroux
BARBARA ANN BLOCK
June W. Matheny
BOBBY BLOXOM
Jane White
JAMES BODDIE
Pat Shelton
JOHN BOHLKE, JR.
FBC, Covington
ROBERT M. BOLLAR
Angelo & Glenda Fontanez
GINGER BONNER
Debbie Smith
VIOLA PARDUE BORLAND
Terry E. Wells
PAM BORSKEY
RUTH BORSKEY
George M. Borskey, Sr.
LETA FAYE BOSELY
Robert Cook
LOIS BOURGEOIS
Phyllis & Ed Olexy
VIVIAN BRADLEY
Salley & Doyle Hamilton
W. (BILL) BRADSHAW
Sandy & Boyd Parker
Wiley & Ann Garrett
John & Linda Bowman
Pat Shelton
Mary & Bud Swayze
MYRTIS BRANTLEY
Barbara Edwards
BETH BRELAND
Burneva D. Ellzey
BENJAMIN JAMES BREWER
M&M Tom McCandlish, Sr.
MARY BREWER
Bill & Libby Crouch
LOUISE D. BRITT
Baker & Jackie Boyd
TY BRITT
Johnny & Beverly Carroll
BENDA BROOKS
Robert Cook
LOUIS BROUSSARD
Jenkins Memorial BC, Saint
Martinville
DORIS J. BROWN
Mrs. Aubry S. Jackson, Sr.
G. RAY BROWN
Parkview BC, Alexandria
GERALDINE BROWN
Jack & Yvonne Anderson
KATHERINE BROWN
Baker & Jackie Boyd
MELINDA MCELWAIN BROWN
Jessie N. Grigg
LOUIS RUSSELL BRUHL
FBC, Covington
CHARLES BRYAN
Dorothy W. Davis
JAN BRYANT
Laura L. Carroll
DOLORES BURFORD
Lane & Trish Davidson
ROY BURGESS, JR.
Leona McCall
ERNESTINE BURROUGHS
M&M Harry Lowery
MARY KATHRYN WILLIAMS
BYRD
FBC, Covington
IDA CAGE
M&M William T. Firesheets, Sr.
MARTHA LYNN CAIN
Andy Payne
JOHN C. CALHOUN
M&M Charles J. Taylor
MYRTLE CAMPBELL
L. R. (Pop) & Sharon Hataway
OLLIE CAMPBELL
Dr. Kevin L. Kilpatrick
RAY CANTERBURY
D/M Eddie Hamby
Sue & Allen Lee
Walkers & Sharps
JOE CAPPO
Robert Cook
CLYDE A. (BUSTER) CARLISLE
M&M Lorris W. Bogan
WILMA GARNER CARPENTER
Alton & Pat Williams
Truman & Dorene Poole
JESSE CARROLL
Laura L. Carroll
RUBYE HAYNES CARROLL
Sharon & Billy Maples
Ann Scott
M&M B. J. Newnam
E.D. (ERNIE) CARTER
Delton (Blackie) & Joyce Smith
QUENTIN CARTHEN
Calvary BC, Slidell
ELMA CASSIDAY
M&M Charles H. Whitney
HELEN CAUSEY
Michael Morris
WILLIAM (JOSH) CHAMBLISS
Paul & Colleen Jones
Ronald & Johnnie Taylor
CLINE CHANDLER
Edie & Jim Hixson
MARTHA WILLIS BROWN
CHANDLER
Mrs. Leland L. Humphreys
Bruce & Betty Barron
Betty Camp Tynes, John &
Sherry Camp, & Jeff & Debra
Camp
CHARLES CHISENHALL
D.D. & Jackie LaCour
DREW CHREENE
Lavinia Walker
JEAN CHRISTIAN
Frances A. Adcock & Jan &
Paul Melton & Family
CLEMENT CIRELLI, SR.
Yolanda Cirelli
GEORGE LEE CLARK
FBC, Covington
NORA CLARK
Jack & Yvonne Anderson
AUDREY COCO
Vivian Morris
CHARLOTTE COLE
Vernon & Barbara Flemister
DIANE PANZICO COLEMAN
Mrs. E. Ray Edwards
LEONARD & LOUISE COLEMAN
Dennis & Cindy Coleman
OPAL COLLINS
Harold & Laura Granger
VERA COLLINS
Parkview BC, Alexandria
FORREST CONLEY
Vonceil H. Lank
TROY COOK
George & Yvonne Jones
WILLIAM CLAYTON COOPER,
SR.
Bobby & Brenda Charrier
Joanne H. Rundell
JANE CORLEY
M&M James Sanders
CHARLY COTTRELL
Jenny & Edward Malone
LEWIS COUSINS, JR.
Leroy & Frances Robinson
ELBERT COUTEE
Janice Coutee
SHIRLEY COWELL
Jennifer & Allison Schaff
SAMMIE COX
M&M Mack V. Martin
DAVID E. COYLE, JR.
Redina Blanchard
M&M Tim Carbary
Ben & Anita Welch
FRANCES CREED
Cooper Buick GMC/Larry &
Julie Cooper
SHIRLEY CROSBY
Melody & Steve Jones & Family
James & Elizabeth Jones
DOROTHY ALLEN CROSSLAND
Pat & Clyde Roberson
LYNN CROW
Jan & Nelson Warner
LELA CROWLEY
Dot Williams & Glenda
Copeland
BETTY CULBRETH
Mrs. Lee J. Lockwood
JOE EARL CUPIT
Patsy Welch, Charlotte & June
JIMMY DARBY
Bethany BC, Bethany
ALLEN DAVIS
Jack Davis
STEPHANIE DAY
M&M Jack Gulledge
WINIFRED & VIVIAN DAY
Win & Beverly Day
JASON DEAL
Robert Cook
TIFFANY DEALE
Ben & Anita Welch
CHARLES DEAN
Charlie & Celie Flynn
Mike Stainback & Barbara
GEORGE DEMENT
Paul & Amy Easley
CHARLOTTIE DENT
Frances A. Adcock & Jan &
Paul
Melton & Family
D/M Paul C. Riley
CHESTER DERR
Marjorie Thornton
RAYMIE DESJARDINS
Lloyd & Gayle Lee
MARJORIE DESORDI
Vernon & Sondra Coleman
BURLEY DEVILLE
Andrew & Kim Norton
Anne Woolbert
StratFi Health, Kathy Carlton,
Lance Spivey
Yvonne Newton, Bessie
Watson, Murrel Hill & Juanice
Charmaine
Phyllis Hill
David, Ros, Lindsay, Ryan &
Courtney Rawitscher
Chris Agness
SUZIE DICKERSON
M&M James (Sue) Howard
REX DILLINGHAM, SR.
Cooper Buick GMC
JEAN DIXON
Peggy & Joe Caskey
RAY DIXON
Pauline Gamble
GERALD RAY DONALD
North Monroe Bapt. Singles III
Cotton, Bolton, Hoychick, &
Doughty, L.L.P.
Glenda Comeaux & Monty
Thrower
Dot Thrower
Bobby J. Thrower, Sr.
Caressa Walker
Kathleen & Charles Parker
Gloria Grant
Alan & Patricia Thompson
M&M Ben E. Baker
Sarah Bolton
Leslie & Jo Anne Spigener
SAM DONALD, JR.
M&M Vernon Flemister
WILLIAM S. DOUGLAS
Pollye Tillman
GELEE DOWDEN
M&M Joe R. Salter
M&M Sam Methvin, D/M Ted
Methvin, Matt Methvin, & M&M
Fernando Bustos
Rachal Trahan, Mary Elizabeth
Evans & Christy Warren
JIMMIE BEESON DOWNS
Mary Alice Brown
OLLIE HELEN DOWNS
Grand Lake Community Church
ROBERT EARL DUCK
Pinckards & Morgans
Buddy & Fran Robinson
JOHNNY DUNN
James Kelly Family
QUITMAN (CAT) DURBIN
Pete & Sally Collins
Maurine Herlevic
DONNA HATHORN DUTTON
Pat & Clyde Roberson
DEWEY (CHINK) EDWARDS
Emmanuel BC, Oakdale
LUCELLE FREEMAN EDWARDS
M&M H. Joe Craig
MELVIN B. EDWARDS
Buster & Brenda Gibson
RICHARD (DICK) EDWARDS
Jessie N. Grigg
Marjorie Thornton
Virginia Rodgers
SHIRLEY EDWARDS
Grace Pepper
MARJORIE EGGERTH
Hazel Tyler
HELEN ELLIS
M&M Lewis Moss
DARRELL (NUBBIN) ELSTON
M&M Thomas A. Blankenship
EMILY ESCHETTE
Elizabeth (Liz) Rundell
DR. E.T. EVANS
M&M Glynn Averett
TRAVIS L. EVANS
Bettye D. Evans & Melanie E.
Campbell
L. E. FENN
Baker & Jackie Boyd
JIMMY FISHER
M&M Glynn Averett
TAYLOR FISHER
Kenneth C. Honeycutts
WINNIE BEATRICE FLEMING
Cooper Buick GMC/Larry &
Julie Cooper
HAZEL FLETCHER
James G. King
J. PAUL FOLDS
Don Folds
LOUISE GEWIN FONTENOT
Patricia Ann Handy
WILSON FONTENOT
Linda Dowies
MAURINE FORESTER
Mrs. Calvin Lemke
FRANCES FOSTER
Jerrie & Dennis Choate
M&M R. Bernard Firestone
Pathfinders Cl.
DOROTHY FOUCHE
Carol Sue Tyree
AMY FOX
Robert Cook
CHARLIE FOX
M&M Roy Andrews
VICTORIA BARR FOX
Sam & Bitsy Smith
ED G. FRANCIS
M&M Glynn Averett
Men's Bible Cl, Lecompte FBC
DR. BERYL C. FRANKLIN
Dr. R. Dale Thomas
CATHY FRANKS
M&M Mack V. Martin
LINDA ANNETTE WILLETT
FREEMAN
L. R. (Pop) & Sharon Hataway
PHILLIS FREEMAN
Alex W. Rankin
ROBERT (BOB) FREEMAN, SR.
Jan Buford
YVONNE GRAVES FROST
Hansel & Mable Sanders
Nelson
MARION E. FULLER
Don Folds
RICHARD DAVID FULLER
Robert Cook
WALTER MAE FUTCH
Pearl Wynn
DICK GANDY
Thelma Walker
RICHARD HOWELL (DICK)
Pete & Ellen Abington
RUTH GARDNER
M&M Joe Patin
STACEY GARDNER
Mrs. Maurice Frazier & Jack &
Jimmie Davis
Jessie N. Grigg
KENNETH L. GARRETT
Lib Edwards
MARY LEE GAUTHIER
D.D. & Jackie LaCour
FRANCIS JAMES GENUSA, JR.
Robert Cook
HERMAN GIDDENS
Pat & Clyde Roberson
DAVID GILCHRIST
Emmanuel BC, Oakdale
JOHN GILCREASE, JR.
Jack & Trish Miller
DOT GILLEY
Ken & Elaine McKay
M&M John Whitman
TOMMY GILMER
Wiley & Ann Garrett
EVA CLAIRE GINN
Mrs. Doyle R. Hamilton
KAY STEVENS GIPSON
Beth Smith
MARIE M. GOLEMAN
B & Z Sales, Inc.
Frank Varino
EUDOLIE (BROOKS)
GONSOULIN
Bobbie G. Ross
JAMES GOSS
Rita & Bob Tucker
Melba Love
TROY GRAFTON
Brenda Giddens
THE GRAHAMS
James Purgerson
DR. JOE L. GREEN
Brenda Taliaferro Blackman
PEGGY GREENE
Elizabeth BC, Elizabeth
JUANELLE GREER
Parkview BC, Alexandria
ANN & DON GRIFFIN
Billie Spivey
DONNA H. GRIFFING
Officers, Directors, &
Employees of Winnsboro State
Bank
Randy, Amy, Evan, & Carson
Braswell
CHARLES GRIFFITH
Johnny Wynn
DARLENE GROTE
Donald R. Worth
NORA GUILLORY
Ronald & Johnnie Taylor
LILLIAN GUILLOT
Lois McCain & Family
BEVERLY GUNN
Owen & Ginny Bellon
DAVID C. HALL
John D. Greening & Family
RUBY LOUISE HILTON HALLEY
Ric & Jackie Kracht
Baker & Jackie Boyd
Susan Brewer
MARY D. HAMILTON
B & Z Sales, Inc.
Frank Varino
DR. ROBERT EDWIN (BOB)
HANCHEY
Gail Hanchey Bearden
Marsha Kushner
The Woodchucks
CHARLES C. HANCOCK
Carol Raley
PATRICIA HANNA
M&M Mack V. Martin
CLAY HARBISON
Meldaise Johnson
RICHARD HARGIS
Girls in the Office
R.L. HARGROVE, JR.
D/M W. T. Ferguson
Marilyn & Benson Scott
Joy & Claude Eppinette
Robert Cook
Fred & Yvette Frantom &
Calvert Frantom
Mitchell & Gail Sumrall
HERSHEL HARPER, SR.
Brenda Harper
TAPPY HARREL
Marjorie Thornton
GENE HARRELL
Men's Bible Cl, Lecompte FBC
M&M James Micheal Evans
Adult II Cl.
LUCILLE HARVEY
John & Velda Neilson
DIANNE HATTEN
Ken & Elaine McKay
DOROTHY HAWN
Homebound Ministry
JERRY HENDERSON
Diane E. Henderson
DORIS HENNIGAN
Dan L. Tolar
FRANK HENSON, SR.
Pollye Tillman
DAVID HERMINGHUYSEN
Barksdale BC, Bossier City
DIXIE HERRING
FBC, Newellton
RALPH E. HERRING
Angus Chemical Maintenance
Department
HANNAH GRACE HESS
Carl & Louise Bradley
FRED & ESTA HETTLER
Jane Young Howard
DEBORAH HIGHTOWER
Jan & Nelson Warner
JOE HIGHTOWER
FBC, Covington
WILEY HILBURN
Cooper Buick GMC/Larry &
Julie Cooper
DOYLE R. HILL
Paul & Colleen Jones
MARILYN C. HILL
Buddy & Janet Blackwell &
Tommy Joe Cox
Alex W. Rankin
Charlie & Celie Flynn
M&M Troy Davis
Jim & Gale Corley
Pat Evans
OPAL LEE HILL
Ronnie & Sue Hill
ED HOLLEY
Vernon & Sondra Coleman
CARRIE HOLLOWAY
Cooper Buick GMC/Larry &
Julie Cooper
DR. FRED HOLTZCLAW
Billie Spivey
ROBERT HORNE
Angelo & Glenda Fontanez
KEVIN HOWARD
Eloise A. Howard
BUCK HUBBARD
W. Cody Eckhardt
JOANNE HUGHES
Bill & Ann Bourn & Family
Mary Anne Shemwell
Cynthia D. Brooks, CPA, APAC
James & Kirita Windham
Steve & Linda Nicholson
Jane White
CLIFFORD HUMPHREY
Michael F. Dennis
ROY S. HURLEY
Mike & Laura Woodard
Amy Nichols & Hugh Knotts
RUBY HURST
Jack & Yvonne Anderson
MARLON HUTSON
M&M Billy White
Calvary BC, Slidell
CLAUDE HYDE, JR.
Joye Lynn Young
JACQUI IMPSON'S
GRANDFATHER
Etheline H. Harris Family
GEORGE M. INGRAM, SR.
Jewel, Gladys & Earl Jr.
Ravencraft
SARAH ANGELYN (ANGIE)
PEARCE IRWIN
Kelly, Noland + Ducote
AUBRY S. JACKSON, SR.
Joye Lynn Young
JOHN R. JACKSON
John & Anna Joyce Simpson
M&M Fred Frantom
MURIEL ELAINE JACKSON
Frank & Pat Crowell
STEVE JACKSON
Buster & Brenda Gibson
C. W. JARRELL
Michael & Tomi Crow
Kay Mattei
Katherine R. Dawes
Martha & Skip Ragland
LifeSavers Cl-SABC
MARY LOIS JENKINS
Linda Dowies
IRENE JOHNSON
FBC, Covington
JAMES S. JOHNSON
Patricia A. West
JOHN JOHNSON
Jim & Gale Corley
MELVIN JOHNSON
Calvary BC, Slidell
AMELIA (AMY) PARHAM
JOHNSTON
Baron & Charlotte P. Craft
M&M Floyd Boughton, M&M
Lasley Thomason,
& Billy Boughton
Joel & Leah Williams
Bennie & Darlene Williams
M&M John Whitman
M&M Jody McDonald
Charlie & Stacey Noble
Bettie Brunson
Dr. Kathy Eichelberger
Dick & Kittye Brown
Vickie & David Irwin
Gary Johnston & Family
Melinda Morrell, Norma Hill,
John Morrell, & Kelly Walsh
Barnes/Bozeman Life Group
Stephanie & Francis
Waguespack
Jason, Maggie, & Asher Trouper
Pat & Greg Golson
ULM Dept. of Speech Language
Pathology
Frank & Barbara Hendrix
Dr. Bill Riddle
Sherri Rahn
Freddy & Melanie Kalil
Michelle Goldman
Mike & Gin Allen
BRENDA JOHNSTON
Brenda Giddens
IVAN JONES
Charlie C. Welch
JAMES GRADY JONES
Joy S. Jones
BARBARA JORDAN
David & Carolyn Smith
ALMA KEES
Tony & Paula Rawson
EDNA KEITH
Riverview BC, WM
ANNETTE KELLY
Michelle Beeson, Brennan &
Alyssa
BIRDIE HARING KELLY
Mary Glisan
CARL KENDRICK
FBC, Covington
TONI KEY
Bobby (Coot) Nolan Family
GARRY & NELWYN KING
James G. King
WALTER KING
Almeda Kihneman
ROLAND T. KINNEY
Robert Cook
M&M Alvin Skipper
Vernon & Barbara Flemister
EMMA SHAW KOEHLER
Melba Love
MARGARET CASKEY KOONCE
Beth Loe Walker
CANDICE KUHLMANN
David & Barbara Lonadier
ONEDA A. LALENA
Gary & Denise Coyle
Don & Brenda Wilson
JIMMIE LAMBERT
Roy & Ramona Tuck & Family
THOMAS LANDIS
Mary C. Harris
MILDRED LANDRY
Jake & Ruth
NAOMI LANIER
Frank & Leta Pittman
Sharlene Gambel
Pisgah BC, Forest Hill
Elsie Beaver
MARY LARANCE
M&M Virgil Orr
MAROLYN TYLER LASUZZO
Teddy & Myrna Benson
FLORENCE LAVERGNE
Linda Moran
RAY LEACH
Jane White
ROBERT LEBERT
Linda Dowies
BILLIE LEE
Diane & Austin Temple
HORACE LEE
Jack & Yvonne Anderson
JUNE LOU LEHRMANN
Raymond & Jerry Lynn Liles
DR. CALVIN LEMKE
Jack, Sue, & Clint Ambrose
Dr. Doyle Holstead
M&M B. J. Sumrall
Billy & Pat Attebery
Sue & Allen Lee
Robert & Dottie Ferrington
Kathleen Barr
Wayne & Nelda Harris
Hope Cl
Elayne Miller & Gayle & Phillip
Granger
ROBERT WAYNE LEMOINE
Rhoda & David Townsend
BARBARA LESTER
James & Nellie McGee
LEON LINCECUM
Lincecum BC, Pollock
JAMES LITES
Mrs. Clarence Veuleman &
Family
M&M Joe R. Salter
HELEN J. LIVINGSTON
Bethel BC, Kentwood
MARIE LOFTIN
FBC Delhi Faith Cl
DONNA CLAIRE REEDS
LOWERY
John Hixson, Daniel Frick,
Milton Hixon, Kevin Hixson, Les
Hixson, Adam Todd & Michael
Carr
JIM LUKEHART
Bobby & Linda Williams
PHILIP LOWELL LYON
M&M Franklin R. Lyon, Jr.
JACK MABRAY
Jean Hamilton
Eleanor Terzia
M&M Keith Bonin
C. M. MADDEN
Melody & Steve Jones & Family
REED MADDEN
Mary A. Harville
CLARA B. MAGEE
Elmore M. Magee, Jr.
EARL MAGEE
FBC, Covington
NORMA JO MAIDEL
Sara Harper
HENRY ARVIL MALONE
Patterson Forestry Consultants
BUTCH MANUEL
Emmanuel BC, Oakdale
NELDA MANZANO
FBC, Covington
PAULA MARCHAND
Robert Cook
MASON MARLER
Parkview BC, Alexandria
ARTHUR DOWD MARTIN
Sarah B. White & Sandra H.
Mills
GLORIA MARTIN
Linda Dowies
IRENE MARTIN
Pat Bojako
MICHELE HILTON MARTIN
Dr. E. Benson & Marilyn Scott
Henry & Carla Watts
Fish Family
NETTIE MCCULLIN MARTIN
Bobby G. McCullin
FRED A. MARX
Mrs. Doyle R. Hamilton
WAYNE MATHEWS
Gail Hanchey Bearden
JUDY MATTHEWS
FBC, Covington
HAROLD L. MAXEY
M&M William O. Nelson &
Family
LOUIS MAXWELL
FBC, Pearl River
GLORIA NOBLES MAY
Patterson Forestry, Gary
Patterson & Jarod Patterson
PEGGY MAYO
Robert Cook
REV. DAN F. MCBRIDE, SR.
Perry & Christelle Winn
SANDRA K. CHEVEALLIER
MCCAN
L. R. (Pop) & Sharon Hataway
BENNY MCCARTY
Judy, Christal & Dale Chauncey
JESSIE ODELL MCCARTY
Doug, Margaret & Sydney
Salter
M&M Terry Hicks
DOROTHY FAYE MCCLENDON
M&M William T. Firesheets, Sr.
MARTHA MCCOY
Fred & Yvette Frantom &
Calvert Frantom
CHARLES MCCULLIN
Betty & Art Franklin
Euzelia Chase
Bob & Mary Nelson
BEULAH MCDANIEL
Jeannine S. Miller
DOUGLAS MCDONALD
James & Sara Kennedy
DON MCFATTER
Occupy BC #2, Pitkin
ELSTON MCGINTY
Carolyn Woodard
Jessie N. Grigg
ROBERT DON MCGRAW, JR.
Florien High School
ELLIS MCGREW
Robert Cook
MARGIE MCKAY
Charlie & Celie Flynn
JUANITA MCKELVY
D/M Scott L. Tatum
AUDREY A. (BUDDY)
MCKINNEY
Joanne H. Rundell
Bobby & Brenda Charrier
JULIUS MCLAURIN
Tony & Paula Rawson
GLENN MCMILLAN
East Fork Ladies Cl
RANDY MEDLEN
Jerry & Gwen Jackson
MARY NELL MEDLIN
M&M Dan Stinson
Beth N. McDougal & Family
BONNIE MELLEMA
Angelo & Glenda Fontanez
ROBERT MEREDITH
M&M James A. Meek
NELLIE A. MEYERS
Charles & Irma Andrus
RICH MICHEALS
Emmanuel BC, Oakdale
EVELYN J. MILLER
Lindsay & Yvonne Granger
BETTY MILLS
Cedarcrest BC, Baton Rouge
JEANETTE MITCHELL
James & Marie Elliott
NINA MONCRIEF
Edie & Jim Hixson
GERALD MOORE
Terry E. Wells
OPAL MOORE
Vernon & Sondra Coleman
Judith A. Wells
VIRGINIA MORAY
FBC, Pearl River
JANICE HUTCHINS MORELAND
Audrey F. Sharon
CHRISTOPHER LEE MORGAN
Bessie B. Morgan
GARY MORGAN
M&M Warren H. Boren
MYRTLE (JOSEPHINE) MORRIS
D/M Eddie Hamby
Redina Blanchard & Family
Robert & Dottie Ferrington
Mildred Thomas
PEGGY MORRISON
M&M Kent Moss
Linda Dowies
WEST MOSES III
Gail Hanchey Bearden
MOTHER OF GARY STARK
M&M Ronald M. Morrison
MONTE MURRAY
M&M Mack V. Martin
Lois Hill
ROB NEILSON
Claire A. Brown
RAY NESOM
Joye Lynn Young
EARL NEWMAN
Riley & Joan Diamond
ELMA P. NICKELSON
Dolores M. Meredith
ORVILE E. NOBLE
Don & Karen Givens
BOBBY (COOT) JOE NOLAN
Merle Antley
Claire A. Brown
B. B. Hampton
David & Sharon Brown
BONNIE COBB NORMAN
Dot Thrower
HOWARD KENNETH NORRIS
Andy Payne
LEO NORRIS
Marjorie E. Smith
Rascoe Family/Smith Family
W. LEO NORRIS
M&M Donald Foster
Simon & Joy Shively
Alice G. Guffee
Bruce & Vicky Holmes
JOAN NORSWORTHY
Pete & Sally Collins
PAULINE D. O'NEAL
Joanne H. Rundell
Charles & Shirley Godard
J.R. (SNAP) OAKES
Betty Sanders & Anita S.
Reeder
MARY DAVIS ODOM
Dorothy J. Edwards, J. David
Edwards & Family
JANE OLIVER
Danny & Judy Breard
GEORGE OSBORN
M&M John Whitman
Frank & Barbara Hendrix
HATTI V. OWERS
M&M Lewis Moss
LUTHER PARKER
Johnny & Beverly Carroll
FBC, Olla
VALERIE PARKER
Margaret & Kerlin Sutton
CHAD WAYNE PARKHILL
Carolyn & Douglas Prudhomme
Jena High School Class of 1992
Lyndon, Nora, & Lisa Lee
Ed & Mary Williams
Barbara Morrow
June Slayton
Carolyn Broussard
FLOYD PEARSON
Bob & Mary Nelson
JUDY ALEXANDER PEAVEY
Dorothy S. Tiser
BEUFORD PEGO
Lewis & Wanda Hall
ETIENNE, JOSEPHINE,
DOUGLAS & CRAIG PELLEGAL
Frances Ahysen
BETTY PENO
Ronnie & Carol Depew
D.A. PERRY
Peggy Gafford
MRS. ERNIE PETERSON
M&M Mack V. Martin
JEWEL H. PETERSON
Don & Shirley Lord
Cecil & Sue Vaughan & Family
JO EVELYN PHILLIPS
Jean & R. P. Goulas
TINA MARIE PHILLIPS
Leesa & Jason Johnson &
Family
LINDA MANY PICKERING
M&M Anthony J. Pendola
JUDGE JOHN S. PICKETT, JR.
Gladys Boice
Shelly & Pat Wiggins
Andy Payne
Judge (Ret) & Mrs. Ted R.
Broyles
Doyle & Charlene Sandifer
Thelma & Bryan Walker
Patricia Murray
M&M Joe R. Salter
Judge Gayle K. Hamilton (Rtd.)
& Mrs. Hamilton
Helen Tippy
Warren & Sylvia Lowe
Tammy Foster-Clerk of Court
George A. Flournoy
JOSHUA PICKETT
M&M Wiley Garrett
FRED PIERCE
Harvey (Rusty) & Vera Barrow
CAROL PIGOTT
FBC, Covington
GEORGE W. PILGREEN
Jerolyn Grafton Crawford
SCOTT PINES
The Pinckards & The Morgans
VIVIAN PINION
Phyllis & Ed Olexy
HUBERT L. POLK, JR.
Jean & Mike Mullens
THELMA POOL
M. S. Magee
HAZEL PORTA
Francis & Bootsy Hutchinson
PERRY ALAN PORTER
Maryellen Gordon Morgan
HIXIE POTTS
M&M Jerry Ayres
Center Point BC, Jonesboro
MELTA POURCIAU
Francis & Bootsy Hutchinson
POLLY POWELL
Parkview BC, Alexandria
BROOKIE PRATHER
Gene & Cheryl McMichael
Ric & Jackie Kracht
Martha & Ernie Powell
Gerald & Ola Lockhart
Family of Shirley Browning
Busy Bee Bible Cl, Zoar BC
Linda Thibodeaux
RITA PREJEAN
Ladies 3 Cl, Highland BC
Loye B. Love
GEORGIA PRICE
Joe & Catherine Landry
AUDREY F. PRIMEAUX
Hayes Cemetery
BURTON PRUDHOME
Ronnie & Janette Williams
ALICE G. PRUETT
Robert L. Pruett Jr
EDNA M. QUIN
Frankie M. Quin
STEVE RAINS
June Matheny & Robert
Matheny
RUTH RAINWATER
Northside BC, DeQuincy
ROSIE BILOBROWKA RALSTON
Harold & Laura Granger
Tony & Paula Rawson
MELISSA ANN RAMSEY
Robert Cook
JOANN HAYNES RAND
(FEETEE BE)
Aquatic Solutions
HULON E. RATLIFF
Hilda Ratliff
VERA MCKAY RAWSON
L. R. (Pop) & Sharon Hataway
ELZIE FAITH REAGAN
Kevin & Donna Schoonmaker
LARRY REED
Truett & Jean Walsworth
JAMES W. (BUCK) REEVES
Patricia S. & George D.
Screpetis
JERRY REEVES
M&M Braxton Cooper
ANN FISACKERLY REID
Harold & Laura Granger
MARIE REID
D/M Eddie Hamby
ZELLA MARIE REID
Merrilee & G.C. Warren
EUGENE C. RESTER, SR.
FBC, Covington
GENE RESTER
M&M Jon Ruff
THOMAS G (DUSTY) RHODES
Reggie & Delayne Lewis
Ellen Burks
Leona Lowrie
LEWIS RICHARDSON
Melody & Steve Jones & Family
BETTY RICHMOND
Parkview BC, Alexandria
TOM RISER
Lavelle & Renee Singleton
KENNETH RAY RIVERS
Andy Payne
JOY ERWIN ROAN
Sue M. Shaw & Family
ANITA ROBERTS
Tommy & Alta Dillon & Cecil &
Melinda Gorman
BILLY ROBERTS
the Pinckards & the Morgans
REV. DON ROBERTS
Dondra, Billy, & Sarah Fuller
SUSIE ROBERTS
D/M Eddie Hamby
WILLIAM ROBERTS
Robert & Dottie Ferrington
ISAAC E. & GEORGIA B.
ROBERTSON
Patricia S. & George D.
Screpetis
LLOYD W. ROGAN, SR.
Lincoln Builders, Inc.
BILLIE RICHARDSON ROGERS
Kelly, Noland + Ducote
M&M P. O. DePrang
Jerry & Pat Hawkins
D/M Roy M. Fleniken
Frank Kelly
Edna, Randy & Ryan Robinson
Jeff & Susan Cox
Gail & Scott Martin & Savanna
Martin
Brian & LaDonna Hamm
Tom & Marty Davis
Luba Workers' Comp
Don & Julie Huffstickler &
Family
Harold & Billie Toms
Moreman, Moore & Company
M&M Ronnie Sheffield
Linda Biernacki
Bronwyn Young
Doc & Darla Moore
B.T. & Carol Jean Johnston
Butch & Bennie Maddox
D/M Clint McAlister
Traci Bennett
Priority Management Services,
LLC.
M&M Richard R. Smith
Sarah & Steve Davison
Martha Finklea
D/M Mike Dolecheck
Lee Ann Heard, Joel & Valerie
Kesterson & Family
M&M A. L. Strickland, Jr.
Tim & Christa White
Sam & Janye Merritt
Kay F. Martin
M&M Kenneth W. Bush
Ellen & Wayne Brown
Norma Breznik
M&M Rudolph Smith
M&M Earl T. Haynes
Charles & Margaret Anne
Boone
Ellen T. Kyle
CLIFF ROGERS
V.J. ROGERS
Edna Rogers
RONNIE
Eva Lois Mashon
JOHN ROSCHE
FBC, Pearl River
WILLIE MAE ROSS
Henry & Mary Lou Davis
DR. DAVID ROUGEAU
Jerrie & Dennis Choate
TERRY ROWELL
Henry Teekell
EVANNA DAIGLE ROZAS
Jim Gilbert
MURL RUDDICK
David & Carolyn Smith
Carol Strider
BOBBIE RUSHING
Gene & Sara Shelburne
JAMES RAY RUSSELL
Keith & Lori Jo Taylor
Robert Cook
PATSY REESE RYLAND
Harriette Palmer
MARVIN & EULA V. SALTER
Gary D. Salter
ANGIE LEE SANDERS
Yvette Frantom
CECIL SANDERS
Ron & Leta Brown
M&M WILLIAM D. SANDIFER,JR.
M&M O. B. Williams, Jr.
GLEN SCALLION
Ronnie & Janette Williams
SHIRLEY SCHINDLER
M&M Carroll L. Hoover
HYMAN SELF
M&M Jackie L. Cavanaugh
EMMALLEE SENIC
Eva Verdun
DONALD SEWELL
Jenkins Memorial BC,
St. Martinville
VERNON (BUCK) SHAFFER
Dr. Richard & Jeanette Baker
ROBERT SHEFFIELD
M&M Michael LaFleur
JAMES LEO SHELTON
Bo & Chris Walker
Louann B. Smiley
JackLynn Holland
LEO SHELTON
Jack & Trish Miller
Marjorie Thornton
Jessie N. Grigg
LYNN SHELTON
Mary D. Jones
MARY N. SHIRLEY
DeLores N. Spruell
JOHNATHAN SHOWS
Calvary BC, Slidell
ALEX & VIOLA SIKES
Sara G. Sikes
DAVID CHARLES SIMMONS
Audrey C. Simmons
BLAKE SIMS
FBC, Olla
Thompson & Copp Family
Jerry & Betty Davis
Robert & Candy Carroll
Danny & Laurel Comeaux
Donald & Janet McCleery
Glen & Sandy Henderson
JUANITA SIMS
Gail Martin
Al & JoAnn Edmunds
CHARLIE SINGLETARY
Jane White
IMOGENE SKIPPER
Lila Smith
HERBERT D. SMITH
M&M Ronald M. Hess
JAMES SMITH
Gail Hanchey Bearden
PATTIE SMITH
FBC, Covington
R. L. SMITH
Mary Wilson
RUTH SMITH
Gerald & Lisa McCain
RUTH MARIE SMITH
Andy Payne
WILFRIED HORST SMOLENSKI
Sandy & Boyd Parker
JO SMUDRICKS
Marvin W. & Linda Marcantel
Jean Hamilton
Brenda & Keith Bonin
ALTON L. TOWNSEND
J. Houston Cook
Louis & Sherry Townsend
M&M C. B. Sledge
Amy & David Cox
JAMES (SKEETER) TRAWEEK
Cooper Buick GMC
Brenda & Keith Bonin
RALPH TROY
Courtney & Bob Curry
ROBBIN TUCKER
Ronnie & Janette Williams
BETTY TURNER
Marjorie Thornton
SUE ST. AMANT TWEEDY
Joe & Ginger Carson
AGNES BARBER TYLER
JoAnn & Walter Smith
MARGAIN TYNES
FBC, Covington
ELAINE URSERY
M&M J. N. Dove
Joanne Cross
Mildred Thomas
Heather, Terri, Maria, Veronica,
Sandra, & Brandy
Joy McCrory
REV. JOHN PAUL VANDERCOOK
Thomas & Judy Brunet
CHUCK VANDERGRIFF
June Matheny & Robert
Matheny
MARGIE VANN
St. Joseph BC
SYLVIA VEAL
Elizabeth Carley
SHIRLEY VERCHER
Doris H. Calcote
CARL & MELBA VODA
Dr. Sandra Blake
FLOY WADE
Elaine F. Elkins
Bobby & Shirley Reagan
James & Jennifer Wicker
Beth N. McDougal
DEBORAH WAINWRIGHT
M&M Don L. Wainwright
REYNOLD (RC) WAITS
Michael F. Dennis
SARA WALLACE
Myrtice Rials
DELORES FENNER WALTHALL
Lasley & LeAnn Thomason &
Floyd & Billie Boughton
MARTHA WARE
Rev. John McDonald, Jr.
GENE WARREN
Parkview BC, Alexandria
B.C. WATERS
Children of Lamar Waters,
Merel, Marian & Susan
JIM WATKINS
M&M Alvin Skipper
JERRY WEBB
Ronnie & Janette Williams
JOHNNIE B. WEEKS
Jerry & Elva Golmon
LUCILLE WELLS
Terry E. Wells
WESLEY, FINLY & CLARA
M&M Tom M. Compton
BILL WHALEY
Henry & Mary Lou Davis
JAMES L. WHEELER
Delton (Blackie) & Joyce Smith
LEIGH ANN WHITE
Melanie C. Perkins
GEORGE WALTER (BO)
WHITESIDE, JR.
FBC, Covington
GUENDILL C. WILLIAMS
Mrs. Breard Carpenter
Martha Jordan
Louann B. Smiley
M&M Mack V. Martin
JackLynn Holland
Neva Erskins
Glenn & Gayle Gilcrease
JOHN WILLIAMS
Dean & Crissie Cirelli
PAMELA MATHEWS WILLIAMS
M&M Kenneth White
RODNEY WILLIAMS
M&M Kenneth White
Katherine Johnson & Richard
Morley
STEVE WILLIAMS
Betty T. Sanders
SUE ELLEN BRIGGS WILLIAMS
Family of Oneita P. Tillman
Robert Cook
ZACK WILLIAMS, JR.
M&M William T. Firesheets, Sr.
Frankie B. Platte
M&M James Sanders
National Energy & Trade, LP
Andrew Cl
Jimmy & Darlene Andre
Ann Severance & Ray Juno
RENA MAE WILLIS
Celeste Michael
BRUCE GORDON WILLSON, SR.
Tyler & Michal-Jean Storms
Tom & Mary McCandlish
M&M Thad Ryan
M&M Johnny W. Glover
CHARLES WILSON
FBC Delhi Faith Cl
JUDGE WOODROW WILSON
Pat Evans
ROBERT B. WINEGEART
MEMORIAL & HONOR GIFTS
MIKE SPANGLER
Bo & Chris Walker
Tommy & Helen Bankston
Marjorie Thornton
JOEY SPEER
Tommy & Lissa Crump
BETTYE SPENCER
Ken & Elaine McKay
JIMMY SPIERS
FBC, Covington
MERTIE ST. PIERRE
Mike & Della G. Pigott
REV. RONALD STANFILL
Bo & Chris Walker
M&M Mack V. Martin
FINLY STANLY
Glen Cooley
Jean Midkiff & Family
MABLE STEPHENS
Gerald & Lisa McCain
REV. E. LOWE STONE
Delton (Blackie) & Joyce Smith
HOWARD & OMEGA STRAHAN
Omega Strahan Leslie
ROYANN STREAMS
Harvey (Rusty) & Vera Barrow
DORIS BROADWAY
STRICKLAND
Bellwood BC, Provencal
RYAN SWAIN
The Pinckards & the Morgans
LEAH TACEA
Sandy & Gary Stromeyer
MARIE TARPLEY
Robert Cook
M&M B. F. TAYLOR
Maurice Frazier
BRIGGS HUCKABAY TAYLOR
Sandra & Bubba Loftin
JARRED TAYLOR
FBC, Olla
JOHNNY NEIL TAYLOR
Drusilla Nolley Rabb
TIMMY TAYLOR
FBC, Covington
HELEN TENNEY
FRANK P. TERRANOVA
John Hixson, Daniel Frick,
Milton Hixson, Kevin Hixson,
Les Hixson, Adam Todd, &
Michael Carr
STEVE TERRY
Robert Cook
DELORES THOMPSON
Randy, Amy, Evan, & Carson
Braswell
DONN THOMPSON
M&M Bobby Miller
SCOTT THROWER
Dot Thrower
MARY JANE TILLER
John Hixson, Milton Hixson,
Kevin Hixson, Les Hixson, Adam
Todd, Michael Carr, & Daniel
Frick
JOE TILLEY
Pat & Clyde Roberson
MARGIE KOCH TINNEY
M&M Joe R. Salter
DR. KENNETH WARREN
TIPTON, SR.
M&M William T. Firesheets, Sr.
ELIZABETH TODD
John & Ellie Stickney
WILLIAM (BILL) TOUCHSTONE
M&M Emmitt Taylor
RUBY BULLOCK WINEGEART
M&M Wayne Foret
American Press Foundation
EUGENE WING
Ruth CL, FBC
NELL WOMACK
Frances Johnson
SCOTT WOODS
Tillman & Jill Stogner
SHELBY WOODS
Robert Cook
CHARLINE THOMPSON WOOLIE
Gloria Fay Smith
GRACE WORLEY
Ann Napper & Karen Burns
DEL WORTH
Ronnie & Doris Latham
TERRY WORTH
Anthony & Annie Alouise
TERRY WAYNE WRIGHT
M&M Joe R. Salter
Bobbie A. Kratz
Andy Payne
Pete & Ellen Abington
GINGER WYATT
Charles Jeff & Elizabeth
Pinckard Morgan
HENRY WYATT
Danny & Judy Breard
CHARLOTTE YANDELL
Owen & Ginny Bellon
KENNETH YOUNG
Marvin & Linda Marcantel
WAYNE YOUNG
Charles & Irma Andrus
CHARLOTTE ZIEGLER
FBC Delhi Faith Cl
Honors: 3/26/14-5/14/14
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a relative, friend or loved one. Names of honored persons
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making the honor gifts.
BRO. DOYLE ADAMS
Susan Britt
NADA ADAMS
Delbert & Cynthia
Johnson
BRETT BRADDOCK
GiGi
ROXANNA BRANTLEY
Kay & Jim Rigal, Jr.
DR. WILLIAM CROSBY
James & Elizabeth
Jones
MARY ALICE FOLDS
RUTH FULLER
Don Folds
CHERYL GARRETT
James & Elizabeth
Jones
MARY ANNA GRANBERRY
Daybreak Cl, FBC
RANDY HAMPSON
M&M James Hampson
JILL H. HEARD
Mary R. Harper
SUZIE JOHNSON
M&M Brian Blackwell
DAVID & EMMA LOYLESS
Roy & Beth Heatherly
AVERY MARSALIS
MADDOX MARSALIS
Rodger & Donna Bryan
JOE & LINDA MCENTYRE
David & Venia Box
REV. LANE MOORE
James Hampson Family
ELOUISE MURPHY
Marie F. Chelette
DANICA NELSON
Sherryl, Judy, Dave,
Donna, Nick, Chelsey,
Pam, Gayle, & Jessica
HERSHEL PRICE
Bobbie Kramer
CAROLINE ROBERTSON
EMILIE ROBERTSON
June W. Matheny
DUTCH RUSSELL
Rodger & Donna Bryan
BOB SALLEY
Jerry & Shirley Salley
TILLMAN STOGNER
Carrie R. Stogner
RAYLEE THOMAS
June W. Matheny
DONALD & JOY TUCKER
Kent & Nelva Moss
ESTHER & LEON WHITE
Harriett Dietz
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