Millspring M.B. Church remembers tornado

By Press Reports

On Sunday, April 21, Millspring M.B.C. remembered the tragic events
that took place three years ago on April 24, 2010. This was the day
that the tornado hit Choctaw County. The Millspring area was affected
by this powerful storm.
On Sunday, Millspring had a fellowship service and dinner with
several activities taking place on this day. The theme for the day
was “Remembering the Past, but looking toward the future.” Haggai
2:9. The Pastor of Millspring, Dr. Vincent Coleman, presented
District 1 Supervisor, Archie Collins and District 3 Supervisor Chris
McIntire with a plaque and a certificate of appreciation for their
self less acts and Godly duties shown to the Millspring Church and
community in the aftermath of the tornado.
Also recognized in the service were Dee Ann Williams and Ashley
Williams. They were unable to attend the service.
Testimony service was held by Valerie Lampkin and Tako Lockett.
Reflections of the past and a slide show of the destruction of the
storm were presented by James Anderson.
Millspring M.B.C. and the community realizes that there were a lot of
people from surrounding counties that came and aided in the
rebuilding and reconstruction of the church home and community.
“We don’t remember all the names, but we would like to thank the
people of Choctaw County, the surrounding Churches and the
surrounding areas for your prayers and everything that they may have
done to help ease our burden in our time of need. Thank you and May
God Bless you.”