Minden Press-Herald

Monday
Jul 28th

Life

Homebound ministry, fresh vegetables are a blessing

Our church, Minden First Baptist, has a homebound ministry.  Since Mac seldom leaves the house anymore and is now on Hospice, he is one of the homebound people.  The persons from the church that often visit him are Therez Kelley and her husband, Van.

Therez is a marvelous person.  She is faithful about visiting Mac at least once a month or more.  She delivers his Sunday school book, the monthly Christian magazine, “Mature Living,” and the seasonal booklet of daily devotional readings titled, “Open Windows” all in large print. 

Therez subscribes to large printed “Guideposts” and instead of discarding them, she passes them on to me, which I thoroughly enjoy.  When I am finished with each, I pass it along to my daughter, Carol.

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Hammontree - Williams engaged to marry

Hammontree - Williams  engaged to marry

Lyndsie Williams of Bossier and Chris Hammontree of Minden are pleased to announce their engagement to be married on Saturday, August 11th 2012 at the Minden Civic Center...

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Runge - Catledge engaged to marry

Runge - Catledge  engaged to marry

Leah Ruth Runge and Nicholas James Catledge are proud to announce their engagement and their upcoming marriage.

The couple will marry on May 12, 2012 at The Healing Place ...

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Chisolm-Matthews united in marriage

Chisolm-Matthews united in marriage

Elizabeth Irene Chisolm and John Clifton Matthews of Baton Rouge were united in marriage on April 14, 2012 at Hodges Gardens State Park in Florien at 2 p.m.

The bride is t...

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Ward-Dillard united in marriage

Ward-Dillard united in marriage

Rendi Lynn Ward and Phillip Michael Dillard were joined in marriage on March 3, during an evening ceremony which began at 6 p.m.. Shane Waites of Minden heard the vows in...

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