This past Sunday was Palm Sunday and the remembrance of when Jesus triumphantly entered the city of Jerusalem starting our observance of the week of Easter. In honor of this, LBC celebrated with two different artistic performances that both beautifully shared the Gospel of Christ. The choir musical “The Lion Became a Lamb” and the dramatic play “The Shadow of Easter” helped explain humanity’s problem of sin and that only Christ’s sacrifice could redeem us all. This coming weekend is full of Easter activities that also help remind us that God’s love can be found through the gift of His Son. Join us Friday night at 6:30 pm for the second performance of “The Shadow of Easter,” Saturday morning at 10:00 am for family fun at the Easter Eggstravaganza, and Sunday morning for our Easter worship service. Come and celebrate the risen Lord with your church family.
Gladys Cureton (The Medical Resort at Bay Area in Pasadena) recovering following surgery to repair a broken hip/upper leg.
Pat Neuville at home recovering from surgery to repair her broken right femur. Medical tests have revealed more health problems.
Gay Woods Clark recovering from the loss of her husband, whose birthday would have been yesterday.
Steve Bugge’s dad, Harold Bugge passed away yesterday. A private family memorial is pending.
Carol Holleman’s husband, Royce, with respiratory problems (NW Mem ICU).
Hal Holcomb (Houston Hospice, 1905 Holcombe Blvd, 104).
Jean Stark at home recovering from colon surgery. Having blood pressure problems, feet swelling.
Leah Boe requesting prayer for the family of her former employer of New Orleans, Dr. Douglas Morgan passed away.