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In a world called ‘The Art of Living’

HELLO TO all the loving people who are working: Hey! You might be retired but you are still finding work to do mostly helping others to live better.

That’s all in a day’s work!

Remember we are in a world called “The Art of Living,” trying to live safely becomes a big job for many, like school children. “The Art of Living” is all interwoven in good relationships with that hard work or good mothers, who have to raise her children and go to work every day. It seems like mothers understand more about the Art of Living, than others!

So, good mothers have life-long jobs. They never retire. A goof mother looks out for her children and “other” children. Don’t forget these outstanding grandmothers. She takes care of grandchildren and other children. Mothers lead their children. Mothers know how old they are. She always directs them to good lives. She always says: Never allow anyone to persuade you “against” a good mother not associated with those who curse, disrespect or destroy the one who brought you into your good life. That’s all in a day’s work.

Children, you also have a day’s work. Your job is to say “I’m sorry” and really mean it because you are always doing something wrong, asking her to forgive you, and when she corrects you, let your body do the talking with pleasantness. No doors slamming or lips poked out. Some wait until mother’s sickness and ask for forgiveness. Show her you care about her! May all of you have a Happy Mother’s Day!

EVERGREEN BAPTIST Church will have an enjoyable Fellowship Program, Saturday, May 12, at 11 a.m. EDT. They enjoy moments of mother and son for this seasonal progress. The outstanding Guest Speakers: Rev. Teddy and Rev. Teresa Reece of New Life Ministries. The Pastor: Rev. Frankie Hutchinson, Sr. Grateful to all for their support.

FROM ST. Stephens’ Pastor’s Desk: Revival, May 15-17, at 7 p.m. nightly; Men’s and Women’s Day, May 20; Pastor’s Appreciation, May 27, during morning service. Please remember your asking.

CONTINUE IN prayer for the sick and shut ins and those who are or have experienced a loss of a loved one. Specialties to the Cofield family.

SIS. EDITH Coleman gave the Nursing Home Message for St. Stephens Ministry, April 28, 2018, at 10:15 AM at the Lanier Nursing Home.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to: Annie Ruth Gibson, Lawrence Venson Webster, Pearlie Gibson, Shan Howell, Lula Stenson, May 4; Aunt Mae Fanning, Johnny Thompson, Reba Finley, Enamel Ridgeway, May 5; Regina Chambers, Patricia Crenshaw, Tracy Wynn, May 6; Shannon Hawkins, Sabrina Askew, Tiny Chasteen, Cameron Christopher Hall, A. J. Jackson, May 8; Roy Chambers, Tymichael Howell, Bronson Williams, Lamar Madden, Mrs. Affie Chambers, Mary Alice Darden, May 10; Veronica Jones, May 11; Da’Riyah Stephens, Shaquala Turner, May 12; Sakita Trammell, Mary Williams, Johnnie Smith, May 13; Connie Polton, Bryson Landers, Myron Landers, May 14; Michelle Billingslea, Andricus Dunn, Jennifer Moore, May 16; Trekale Hatfield, May 17; Jill Stroer, Jeni Gibson, May 18. May all of you have many more.

HEY THERE, forget the guns and think about Liberty stands with you and justice never dies. Make good choices, be safe.

HAVE A good week.