We extend our sympathy to Wilma Donaldson and family in the loss of her husband, Eddie Barr Donaldson. Visitation is today from 10 am until the time of his service at 11 am at Taylor Funeral Home. He was the father of Linda Overton.

We also extend our sympathy to April Steely and family in the loss of her grandmother, Bet Lindsey, whose funeral was held on Saturday.

Horizon Medical Center: Mary Fowlkes (room 153)

St. Thomas West: Dewey Gray, (father of Gwen Ragan) recovering from heart stents and lung surgery

Prayers are requested for:

  • Leah Harvey, who is home from the hospital
  • Anita Porter, who has moved to NHC room 112A
  • Mike Pyburn, (friend of Jan Mayberry) who has pneumonia
  • Carson McAlister, (infant son of Bryan & Mendy McAlister, minister at Centerville Church) who is in Vanderbilt Medical Center’s NICU

Other Announcements:

There will be a young adult devo on Sunday, April 5 following the evening service at the home of Robby and Shawn Harmon. This group meets on the first and third Sunday of each month.

All ladies are invited to sign up for Walnut Street’s Ladies’ Day which will be held Saturday, March 28. Registration begins at 8:30 AM. Our speakers this year will be Ava White and Judy Hinson. Lunch will be provided by the ladies of Walnut Street. Sign-up sheets are in the Gathering Room, or call the church office.

Attention parents of graduating high school seniors: The parent meeting for the graduation reception will be Sunday at 5 pm in Room 406. Also, senior pictures (high school and college) should be sent to Lesa in the church office to be included in the graduation insert by April 22.

Deacons, mark your calendars for the 5th Sunday deacon meeting this Sunday at 5 PM in room 410.

Applications for Freed-Hardeman University’s Renaissance Camp are available at the information booth.

Our “Going Deeper” Bible reading for today, March 24: Joshua 5-8

Today’s Birthdays: Mitch Spann, Jean Marie Anderson

Today’s Anniversaries: None

So the people shouted when the priests blew the trumpets. And it happened when the people heard the sound of the trumpet, and the people shouted with a great shout, that the wall fell down flat. Then the people went up into the city, every man straight before him, and they took the city.”

Joshua 6:20