Fristoe News

Pat Arnett
Contributing Reporter
Fristoe area has had some chilly weather the last few days but Spring will be here Monday, March 20.  I must brag and say Poppy Dean has his onions all in the ground his potatoes in the ground as well as peas, lettuce and radishes coming through the ground.  Yes Spring is coming!
The Fristoe area sends condolences to the family of Dorma Lutjen of Lincoln.  Especially to Our own Lovyna Brown Lutjen that is a sister-in-law of Dorma.  Dorma was a wonderful person and everyone that knew her loved her.  Our community offers prayers and love to the family that remains.
As mentioned last week, Kathy First is at Research Hospital since last Thursday.  She is doing remarkably well and is undergoing rehab now.  Do not know how long she will be there.  Please keep her in your prayers.  Also Lewis Retherford is at Columbia hospital with several major problems.  Please keep him and Judy in your prayers.  Remember also, my neighbor Andy, Easter Willis, Donna Nelson, Carolyn Colbert, Curtis Allen and Mary Scarbrough in prayers this week! 
Anyone driving down 65 Hwy going south will surely notice the pretty white rock and concrete in the parking lot in front of the Fristoe Pentecostal Lighthouse Church.  God Blesses His small Fristoe Church abundantly.   Everyone calls it the little church with the red roof.  They need to add Red Roof and White Parking Lot.
This week had Kele leading songs as usual, and Claude and Lighthouse Singers doing a great job on a song and Ken, Tony and Brenda also doing a wonderful special.  The Sunday School lesson is still James and it touched on how the same talk  blessing and cursing is not supposed to come out of a mouth!  As fresh and bitter water do not come from the same spring!  Br. Smith's message was found in St. John Chapter 5.  The church is truly blessed.
Thought for the week:   Those that do things that really count do not stop to count them.
Hope everyone that reads this has a great week filled with happiness and love!