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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with a great good morning from Bro. Dale. Glad to have Bro. Dale and Sister Carrie back with us. We had prayer requests. Our country, our church, our loved ones, the lost, the sick and many ...

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Gentry News

Joie Welker opened with prayer to start our morning service. After singing we studied in our Sunday school class about God’s creation of man and woman and to learn God’s relationship patterns so that we can experience his blessings in ...

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Friendship News

Proverbs 3:5-6, ” Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths.” That was so good, I just had to write it ...

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Faith Rock Church

Proverbs 3:5-6, ” Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths.” That was so good, I just had to write it ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

My copy of the Douglas County Herald doesn’t arrive here until Friday afternoon.  However, on Thursday of last week I started receiving calls about my letter to the editor in last week’s issue.  All were very positive and one lady ...

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County Line

My sympathy to the Herman Prock family. Diana Davis, Donna Dodson and I went to Virgie Himeobin’s funeral on Wednesday at Mountain Grove. There were several there. Danny was a pallbearer. Juanita Kazenske called me on Wednesday. Leland and Connie ...

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Church of the Living God

Another good day in the Lord. We all need to unite and send up prayers for rain. He knows what we need, but He needs us to let Him know. Mid-week service was very interesting. We have been studying  in ...

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Champion

It is a lovely sight in Champion to see the pastures still green even as the wet weather creeks have dried up again.  Few complaints are to be heard as the moderation of the temperatures and hope of a little ...

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