Jolley Springs Baptist Church news
Posted: Thursday, January 31, 2013 6:00 pm
Bro. Tony Michael used Psalms 2:1-12 Sunday for his morning sermon text. This was a message on salvation. He told us in order to get to Heaven, each person must realize that he is a sinner, confess his sins and believe that Jesus is Lord.
That night, Bro. Tony read from Philippians 4:10-23 titled, “We Can Teach Contentment.” He told us people need to understand that God is all sufficient, the resources of our heavenly father are limitless and there is deliverance in God.
Gerald and Mary Moon celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Saturday with a lunch with their family at LePanto Restaurant in Paris. Their three daughters planned the surprise get-together and also served a beautiful anniversary cake.
There will be a wedding shower for Phillip and Jennifer Hazelwood Feb. 10 from 2-4 p.m. at our church. Everyone is invited to attend.
There will be a Valentine banquet Feb. 9th in our fellowship hall. This is an annual fundraiser for our youth who will be doing the cooking and serving.
Michael Summers, son of David and Janet Vowell, and Lynn Summers, fell on icy steps last week and fractured his back. He will be off from work about 4 to 6 weeks.
Jerry Moody is in the Volunteer Community Hospital in Martin. His doctor says he will be there a few days.
Glad to report that Carolyn Moon has gotten to come home from the hospital following surgery.
Leon Russell will be entering Vanderbilt Hospital Feb. 4th and have surgery the following day.
Mack Jones passed away at his home Monday night. His funeral will be Friday. There will be a fundraiser supper and gospel singing for Janie Crews Jones at Broadway Baptist Church, north of Martin, Saturday as planned. The spaghetti supper will start at 6 p.m.. with the singing following at 7. A love offering will be taken up for the this family during the singing. All money raised will go to help with their bills and expenses of Mack’s healthcare and funeral. Mack and Janie have both been off work for some time due to his illness.