Pleasant Hill News



Announcements: Homestead M.B. Church Fall Revival will start September 16-17 beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Rawls Chapel Baptist Church will be in revival September 8-12, 2019. Rev. Marcus McDougle will be the evening speaker at 1:00 p.m. Monday night Rev. Joseph Taylor, Tuesday night Rev. Scottie Ervin and Wednesday night Rev. Ronnie Brown, Thursday night Rev. Melvin Blackmon. Service begins each night at 7:00 p.m.

MT. Carmel M.B. Church Fall Revival will begin September 8, 2019 thru September 13, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. The speaker for the week will be Rev. Anthony Robinson.

On September 8, 2019 St. Peter M.B. Church invites everyone to their Family Day and Church Anniversary. Celebrating 119 years of service. The speaker will be Rev. Vincent Hopkins.

Greater Miracle Temple and Refreshing Fellowship invites you to their 5th year of laboring in the Vineyard, September 29, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.

Vistin: Rosiland McCoy of Atlanta Georgia, Margie Griffin of Gary Indiana, Yvette Cobb of Charlotte North Carolina and D.J Williams of Arlington Texas all relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lewis we wish them safe travels as they return home.

Congratulations To: Our very own Aerian Keeton. Aerian graduated Summa Cum Laude from JSU with a Bachelor’s degree in Social work, she is currently working as a Child and Family Protection Specialist with the Ms. Dept. of Child Protection Services.

Happy Birthday To: Jackie Patrick, Eunice Burgess, Ronny McCoy, Tiera Lindsey, Roneka Matheny, Rudolph Lindsey and Clois Slocum.

Prayers For: There are many who desire and need prayer. Let’s continue to pray for them.

Food For Thought: What would you think if someone told you that you needed to endure a long, intense and difficult trial so that God could prune away some of the sin in your life. Who among us would willingly submit ourselves to those pruning shears? Jesus himself is the one who says that we need pruning. Jesus issued warnings to all of us who profess to be believers. Unfruitful branches are those who confess Christ but never bear fruit because they don’t genuinely remain in him. Pruning is painful but profitable. We need God’s help even to desire to yield ourselves to his pruning. May God bring people and events into our lives that will sanctify us so that we might bear true spiritual fruit for his glory.

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