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Murray Church News

Dan opened up in prayer and this led the congregation in song. Dixie Graham gave a birthday offering as it was her seventh birthday. The children then took up the penny march. We are proud of our young children. They ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

As always, we began with singing and prayer requests, thankful for the blessings of rain, and prayers answered. We always appreciate our visitors. Brother Ric read Colossians 1, all things were created by Him. Our Christian faith is founded on ...

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Ava Kiwanis Club News

At last week’s meeting, we put the final details together on Kids Day, talked about the upcoming Fair and Fall Festival as well as a few other things. On Friday, Sept. 27, some of our members planned to attend the ...

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Highlonesome

The fall days have been nice. Zelda Jones says she hates to see fall because she knows winter is next. My Dad said it seemed lonesome to him. Speaking of lonesome, I think High Lonesome is two words instead of ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with a good morning to everyone from Bro. Dale. He asked for prayer requests and we began to pray for our loved ones, the sick, the lost and our government. We have a big God. We ...

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Girdner Church

Wednesday night service was another great service. The children were all very attentive to the story from Numbers. The story of, Moses, Aaron, and Miriam. Miriam became a leper, for her grumbling and complaining and finding fault with one of ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintedant and prayer was led by Bro. Raymond Haden. Sunday school lesson was The Christians Discernment, II John 7-11, III John 7-10 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

What a whirlwind it was last week.  Arlene and I left Dogwood at 5:15 a.m. Monday and drove to Little Falls, MN, which is some ways north of Minneapolis and didn’t arrive at our destination until 8:15 p.m.  Arlene wanted ...

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