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Wasola

“Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not unto men,” Colossians 3:23. Sympathy to Eileen McCoy, passing of her brother, Bill Culvey and the Ed Dossett family. Linda Prock’s granddaughter, Rebecca Prock, has been down helping ...

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T.O.P.S.

T.O.P.S. was called to order by Sharon at 3:45 on July 1, 2014. There was a combined weight loss of 25.8 pounds with 21 weighing in. Billy was the highest loser. Our lesson was given by new member, Boni, on ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, July 6 was the Third Sunday after Trinity and vestment and altar colors have turned green for this season.  Also during this season we are invited to turn in lists of favorite hymns to be sung.  Bishop Hartley based ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened by Brother Roberts taking prayer requests and prayer. The Praise Team then led us in praise songs. Brother Roberts brought the message from Romans 12:1-3, “Staying Focused in Today’s World.” We are glad to hear ...

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Sandy Church News

Last Weeks News – We gathered for prayer at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and began our 10 a.m. service with the devotional reading from I Corinthians 12 with Sunday School Superintendent Brad Siler.   After prayer requests were given, Jerry ...

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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 weekend even with the rain we had on Sunday afternoon, and boy, did it rain for a while. We send get-well ...

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Red Bank Church

Greetings from Red Bank.  We were blessed with a good rain this morning.  It was ample enough to keep my little garden watered for a few days.  I checked on our blackberries one day last week.  They are ripening and ...

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Quad Cities

July 7, 2014. Storms, storms, storms. Tipton got hit hard last Monday afternoon. It came right down my street and took down a lot of big trees again. It just missed me again. This is a tiny town of less ...

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