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COLUMBIA, Tenn. — The Bible Study group at Morning Pointe of Columbia created cardboard crafts inspired by the book “The Armor of God.” Lillie Kathryn Baker, and her grandmother Terri Baker, helped the ladies work on the project as part of the study group’s activities.

Lillie’s great-grandmother, Oneita Loveless — once a resident at the assisted living and memory care community for four years, enjoyed Bible study and craft activities at Morning Pointe. As part of the life enrichment program, churches and faith-based groups are invited to bring fun and fellowship to the seniors.

Photo: Millie Hunt, Marie Voss, Margaret Prince, Margaret Lafferty, Sue Foster, Arlene Kemph, Imogene O’Neal and Bobbie Smelser, Morning Pointe of Columbia residents, enjoy crafts inspired by the book “The Armor of God” during Bible study at the assisted living and memory care community.