Mt. Tabor Church

We began with prayer requests and news of progress of those in our congregation who are still dealing with health issues. We were thankful for all the good things the Lord does for us. We invite our visitors back again.

Brother Ric read from Exodus 20:1-3, with his main thought being, One God. Our God is a mighty God, with no limits, unlike the gods that others worship.

We appreciate those who helped in any way with the fund raiser for Piland Youth Camp, Saturday, it was a huge success.

Jesse Johnson was one of the 2013 graduates, we congratulate him. He is the great-grandson of Sister Mae Cox. Mae’s visitors of late have been Tim Hall and children, Lauren and Hunter, Lisa, Jimmy and Jesse Johnson, Tom Nichols’ daughters, Mary Kay and Roger and children, of Bolivar, Jean Ann and Katy, of Springfield. They, along with several other friends and family, also attended graduation ceremonies. Mae also enjoyed calls from Golda Dixon and Johnny Pruiett.

We extend our sympathy to Tom Elliott and family in the passing of his sister, Pauline Ellison. Tom and Jewell, J.C. and Vicky, James and Tammy, all attended the service at Gainesville, Saturday. Albert and Doris Elliott visited Tom and Jewell, Monday evening.

Those visiting recently in the home of Chestene Lietch were Darrin and Kayla Lietch, Phoenix, Cameron, and Brooklin, of Springfield. Larry Miller and Kalynn also enjoyed visiting with the group.

Martin Hathcock’s visitors this week were Ronda, Pat, Diane Cheyney, Kay Hutchison and Nina Carter.

Ronnie and Pat Lansdown helped Myrl Cox with her yard work this week.  Ronnie and Pat also visited Sue Lansdown and daughter, Kim. Sue was celebrating her birthday, good wishes to her.

Kay Hutchison visited Lloyd and Ruth Shumate, Friday. Lloyd is about the same at this time. Tyler was there visiting, also. Their family is in and out every day, helping to care for their dad.

Donnie Duren and Kenny Stamper visited Harold and Kay Hutchison, Sunday afternoon. Donnie and his family lived in the Mt. Tabor community for many years, while his parents, Sig and Lucille was living.