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WASOLA

“As for our redeemer, the Lord of hosts is his name, the Holy One of Israel,” Isaiah 47:4. Wednesday morning before 8:00 I got a telephone call. The man said he was from UPS and he needed to send me ...

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TECUMSEH

The frosty mornings of November are with us and will soon be icy, as we get into winter time full force. By the calendar December 21st is the first day of winter. On Sunday evening December 8th at 6:00 p.m. ...

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ST. FRANCIS CHURCH

Sunday, November 24 was the Sunday next before Advent, that is the last Sunday in Trinity before beginning the new liturgical year in Advent. Altar and vestment colors are still green, but for the harvest season Rita, the head of ...

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SMALLETT

We have had a busy week. My sister, Helen Cook came down and spent Friday afternoon, Friday night and Saturday with us and helped me with our Christmas Craft Open House. We visited our Uncle Mack Miller both days. We ...

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ROME

We are having some winter weather here this morning. Norma Cross and I visited with Lynn and Larry Clayton Monday. They are about the same. We went to watch the scrimmage game at the Ava gym Monday night. Kinsey Thompson ...

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ROCK CHAPEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH

Prayer requests this morning:  Pat Moore, Glenda Jones; Servicemen; Cancer patients; Vic Mills, Joann Bradshaw, Velma Knox, Jack Lathrom, Lonnie Sinning, Shelby Housley, Phyllis Virtue, Rick Flagelle, Cecile, T.J.Stouts’ grandpa, Jase, Roberta Elliott, Willie Adamson.  Praise:  Delores Shelton, Lola Dennis, ...

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RED BUD NEWS

A good morning to all our friends, neighbors and our readers. We hope everyone had a good and safe week and stayed warm. We have so much to be thankful for as the Thanksgiving holiday is this week. Do we ...

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OLGA

Thanksgiving preparations have been in full swing the past week with lots of yummy food on the menu! Our oldest son will be smoking a turkey, which we are really looking forward to.  Our Thanksgiving meal tradition includes a turkey ...

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OAK GROVE CHURCH

Now Thanksgiving is come and gone, we hope yours was a time of joy and truly filled with “thanksgiving.” Ours came with turkey and ham, all the fixin’s and punkin’ pie to top it off. Wouldn’t you know it, while ...

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MT. TABOR CHURCH

Brother Martin read the devotion after we brought all the prayer petitions forward, and prayer by Sister Hellen. We are very thankful for all His goodness and mercy, not only at Thanksgiving, but every day we live for Him. Brother ...

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