Saints Alive observe 35th anniversary

Saints Alive, a ministry of First Baptist Church, met for their monthly meeting of the season Oct. 28. 

Saints Alive meets during the months of September through May. Anyone 50 or over is invited to join. Membership dues are $10 per person for the year. We have delicious meals, wonderful Christian entertainment/ministry and the best fellowship ever. Come for a visit, and then if you would like to join you are most welcome. 

Holly Ridge Happenings

The Greatest
The highest aim in life -- To know God and do his Will!
The most enriching good habit -- Complimenting others
The most destructive bad habit -- Worry
The greatest joy -- Giving
The greatest loss -- Loss of self-respect
The most satisfying work -- Helping others
The ugliest personality trait -- Selfishness
The most endangered species -- Dedicated leaders
Our greatest natural resource -- Our youth
The ugliest look -- A frown
The greatest shot in the arm -- Encouragement

Boeuf River DAR hears talk on Penelope Barker

SDAR, met October 28, 2019 in the Richland Parish Library, Rayville.

Hostesses Gayle Waller and Judy Waller and members enjoyed delicious refreshments before the meeting.

Regent Mary Grantham Griffen called the group to order and led the DAR ritual.

The President General message was read by Carlette Cooper. The Louisiana state regent letter was read by Angela Hales. In the year 2020, Louisiana will celebrate 125 years in service.

Program for the afternoon was by Mary Pruitt on the subject of Penelope Barker. 

Holly Ridge Happenings

The remedy for human problems is God’s Amazing Grace!

Every person you see is someone Jesus thought enough of to die for. Remember that in how you treat others.

A bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t.

For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.


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