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Mt. Tabor Church

Church began with singing and again, so many of our family are in need of prayer. We send our sympathy to the family of Lloyd Shumate, and all others who are bereaved. Brother Ric read from Exodus 20, about not ...

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Little Creek

It suddenly dawned on me that it was Monday and time to gather my thoughts together and to greet everyone from Little Creek. It has been a good week and we have much to thank our Master for, first for ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with Bro. Gregg greeting all with a good morning. Sister Juanita prayed for a good day in the Lord. We had prayer requests for our church, our families, many who are ill, Vacation Bible School, each ...

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Gentryville

A beautiful day for June 3rd, but was a little chilly here this morning. I had 50 degrees this morning. All told I emptied 4-1/2 inches of rain from my gauge. All the cemeteries looked so pretty last weekend. Annie ...

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Gentry News

Opening prayer for our morning service was by Doug Miller. In our Sunday school class, we studied the aspects of worship by which we humbly commit ourselves to glorifying God. Happy Anniversary wishes went out to Wanda and Dean Casady ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning with singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendent and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was Hosea’s Unusual Story, Hosea 1:1-10 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson we ...

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Foil

Well good Monday morning to all my friends and neighbors. Can you all believe this weather? I really don’t have any news this morning, but I’ve been told by a few that they miss my items. So I’ll do my ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Memorial Day turned out to be more than originally intended.  Randy & Kim were to join me for an afternoon meal.  It ended up with Randy’s son “Pooh” and his family joining us as well as Arlene and Reanna, ten ...

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