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Sweden

Starting at Romans 1:18 to the end of that chapter is a pretty good account of just how ugly sin can be. There’s a bit of a hint that Paul may be targeting the Jewish people.  But, in verse 18, ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, April 29, was the third Sunday after Easter; altar and vestment colors continue to be white and we also have all white altar flowers.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Gospel for the day, St.John 16:16,  “Jesus said ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with music and singing.  Sister Joyce Erickson did a beautiful job on her special song. Brother Roberts brought the message from Hebrews 10:24-25, “A Message of Encouragement.” We have been busy this week with Delmar ...

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Sandy Church

We met at 9:30 a.m. for prayer.  At 10 a.m., Brad Siler began our Lord’s service by standing to read the word of God from Isaiah 29. Prayer requests were given and praises shared.  Brother Paul Duckworth will be coming ...

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Rome

We welcome the rain we received this morning. I won’t have to water my flowers today. We appreciate the work on our road 536 a couple of weeks ago.  It is the best we’ve ever seen it. Plainview School had ...

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Red Bud News

A good morning to all our readers. We hope everyone had a safe and happy weekend. We send get-well wishes to all the sick, the ones in the hospitals, and the nursing homes.  Our sympathy to all who have lost ...

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Red Bank News

The Red Bank Church service began with Gary Lirley leading the congregation in hymns.  Brother Jerry Huff provided the usual morning greeting.  Brother Les reminded members that business meeting will be held the first Wednesday of May, and that the ...

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Rainbow Ridge News

Norma Stillings had a nice surprise when she got a phone call from a cousin last Wednesday afternoon. Bill and Shirley Saunders of Irving, Texas had driven to Ava to try to find the graves of her grandmother, Lucy Brown ...

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Quad Cities

4-23-12. Hello to all the readers of the Douglas County Herald. I hope all is well with you. Everything’s about the same here. It’s been chilly and getting down to freezing and frosting some nights. I don’t know how much ...

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Oak Grove Church

We are blessed by the testimony of one that many have been praying for, for a long time, who has accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior. Which made the day all the more beautiful in which to praise the ...

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