The News Line

11/14/13

Family & Friends in need of prayer:

Debbie Lambert was released from UAB over the weekend. She will have 3 appointments at Vanderbilt on the 20th then her corrective surgery will be on the 25th. She still can't talk and is having a very hard time eating.

Bob Payne had an MRI of his heart and his doctor said that he will not be able to have the second stent put in. He will begin cardiac rehab in 2 weeks and they hope to see some improvement in his heart function from this therapy. The first stent did help his heart function some. It has gone up from 20% to 40%. Please pray that this therapy is successful in helping his heart.

Adam Langford, friend of the Matthews family, has been moved to Vanderbilt. They have been able to stabilize him a little. He is now waiting to find out about his liver transplant.

Joellen Achenbach, mother of David Matthews, will have surgery today to put a stent into her right kidney.

Sue Shockley, friend of the Tate family, is recovering from double heart by-pass surgery. Her address for cards: 143 Mason Rd. Hazel Green, 35750

Pat Vaughn, a member at Chase Park and friend of Randy Pyle, has suffered 2 heart attacks this week. He has been working in California and is will need to improve before he can be moved to HH.

What you need to know:

♦Saturday - The Men's Planning Breakfast at 8:00. The meeting will begin immediately following breakfast.

♦Sunday - Teacher Appreciation Day. We will have lunch for our guests. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish to share.

♦Sunday - The Hospital Ministry will have a work day.

♦Sunday - The YLTC will meet at 3:30.

♦Sunday - The YMTC will conduct the PM service at Antioch.

♦Sunday night - The K-5th will have a devo. See David Vess for details.

♦Sunday night - The Jr & Sr high will have devos.

♦We are very low on several things in our pantry. We have had many more people coming and will probably have many more since the holidays are close. Here is a list of things that we are out of: small flour, small sugar, small cornmeal, crackers, jelly, dry beans, baked beans, chili, Vienna wieners or canned ham, and cereal. We are very low on instant potatoes, rice, and spaghetti sauce.