Antioch News

By Louise Henderson - Antioch News

Greetings from The Antioch Community.

Sure had a good frost at my house Sunday morning. I always dread the cold weather, but we know winter is almost here.

Enjoyed talking to Faye Melhill by phone on Tuesday.

Also visiting with me Tuesday afternoon was Judy Taylor from Bowling Green and her cousin, Dovie Latham, from Colorado and formerly from this community. Dovie is married, but I am sorry I can’t remember her married name. Sure was good to see both of them.

We enjoyed the Logan Todd WMU Quarterly meeting Tuesday morning at Liberty Baptist Church.

Arlene Miller was the speaker from Hopkinsville. She spoke about Impact Ministries. She was really good. Had 27 people present. We had a very delicious meal which we enjoyed very much. Going from Antioch was Melba Gibbs, her great grandson Bradley, Marcie Patterson and myself.

We had two ladies to visit with us at Tops on Wednesday morning. We are hoping that they will come back and join our group. We meet int he dining room at Logan Memorial Hospital each Wednesday morning from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. You are welcome to come.

A group of our Tops Ladies went out after the meeting was over and ate lunch together.

Our leader, Sharon, is having surgery on Thursday. So remember her and all the sick in your Prayers.

Our seniors had out outing on Friday and went to K’s Cafe in Olmstead and ate lunch. We then went to Creekwood and visited with some of the sick from our church. We had a good day. Those going were Juanita, Marcie, Avanell, Dolores, Joyce, Jo Ann, Jeanie, Tammy, Louise, Bradley and Melba, who drove the church bus.

Remember our Revival will start Sunday morning with Rev. Tim Nugent our Evangelist. Chris Epley will sing Sunday morning. Mt. Pleasant choir will sing Sunday night. Meleea Reno will sing Monday night. Me. Pleasant Quartet will sing Tuesday night and our own Melba Gibbs Wednesday night. We invite you to come.

Will have a pot luck meal after service on Sunday morning. Wednesday night at 6 p.m. will have a youth pizza party.

Chris Epley sang “The Long Black Train” Sunday morning at church. It sure was pretty.

My cousin Ulene Delk called me Friday. Was good to talk to her.

Talked to my cousin Omanell in Florida. Her breathing was not too good.

We watched the movie “Do You Believe” Saturday night in the fellowship hall. We only had 15 to come. Wish more had showed up.

Grace: Getting what we don’t deserve. Mercy: Not getting what we do deserve.

Have a good week.

By Louise Henderson

Antioch News

To contact Louise Henderson about the Antioch News, call 270-755-4460.

To contact Louise Henderson about the Antioch News, call 270-755-4460.

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