Children pray for new heart







The STOMP children’s choir presents the musical Dr. Newheart’s Christmas Cure on a recent Sunday evening at First Baptist Church Hayden. This Christmas performance, led by Richard Metts and Glenette Ward, gave its audience an everlasting message. The children come to the clinic suffering from a sickness known as the “Christmas Day Dumps.” Dr. Newheart, along with the help of the clinic staff, doctors Fric and Frac, the Disorderlies, and Pink Ladies Mildred, Maude, and Ethel, help the children realize they have a heart problem that can be cured only by Christ. In the end, even cranky Nurse Philpott receives a new heart for Christmas, and all the commotion and humor are topped with a touching musical invitation for Christ to “Come in My Heart.” Pictured from left are Gracie Alexander, Tyler Friday, Maggie Doss, Anna Niblett, and Jensen Chappell. –Tanna Friday

The STOMP children’s choir presents the musical Dr. Newheart’s Christmas Cure on a recent Sunday evening at First Baptist Church Hayden. This Christmas performance, led by Richard Metts and Glenette Ward, gave its audience an everlasting message. The children come to the clinic suffering from a sickness known as the “Christmas Day Dumps.” Dr. Newheart, along with the help of the clinic staff, doctors Fric and Frac, the Disorderlies, and Pink Ladies Mildred, Maude, and Ethel, help the children realize they have a heart problem that can be cured only by Christ. In the end, even cranky Nurse Philpott receives a new heart for Christmas, and all the commotion and humor are topped with a touching musical invitation for Christ to “Come in My Heart.” Pictured from left are Gracie Alexander, Tyler Friday, Maggie Doss, Anna Niblett, and Jensen Chappell. –Tanna Friday