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Red Bank Church

Hello everyone. Didn’t the Lord supply us all with an especially beautiful week of warm weather? It was hard to realize that it was the last of January, when it felt like April or May. It was a perfect time ...

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Quad Cities

1-25-16. These days are just whizzing by on the countdown to March. For me anyway, I sure do feel sorry for all the people on the East Coast. Walt’s son, Randy, drives a semi-truck and travels all over so I ...

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Olga

The weather has been simply beautiful and has spoiled us thoroughly. The birds are out singing as if it is spring and a new calf decided to make its way into the world this week. Strange happenings for January, but ...

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Norwood Gleanings

Howdy. I want to say Happy Anniversary to those that have it in February. I don’t know of any this week though. The high school girl’s basketball team took second place at the Mansfield tournament. They just could not beat ...

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Murray Church

We changed services around. Bro. Doug had prayer requests and then we prayed. The young people did their lesson. We had 20 in attendance with several out due to sickness. Sybil and Freeman, we are missing you in church. Dan ...

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Mt. Zion News

Bob Fleming and his crew are in process of installing a new metal roof on the dining hall at Mt. Zion Bible School. Kellie Perryman of Ava was a visitor Sunday morning. Ten day old Houston John Travis was also ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

We began church with the pledges to the flags and the Bible, followed by Amazing Grace. What a great way to begin! We had several to pray for and many things to thank Him for. Brother Raymond’s message was titled, ...

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Mt. Olive Church

Our services started with Brother Loren reading opening scripture from Matthew 7. Opening prayer was led by Brother Marvin dismissing us to class. The adult class is studying Jeremiah. It’s a very interesting book with lots of similarities to the ...

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Little Creek

The snow fell on others and not much here, although the roads were slick from the light mist and the fog that froze under the snow. I just stayed inside and prayed for those who must navigate the highway to ...

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Highlonesome

The community lost another wonderful Christian lady, Iona Maggard, went to be with the Lord Wednesday, January 13th. She had been in the Ozark Nursing Home due to her health and was so much closer to her family who cared ...

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