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Olga

Let me begin this correspondence on a somber note from this community. We have all been saddened by the tragic loss of dear, Barbara Burks. She was such a fine lady and friend to so many. Seems just like the ...

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Oak Grove Church

We hope you enjoyed the “snow day” last Sunday. Even with all the precipitation forecast for the weekend we only experienced light flurries and a little rain, certainly not enough to dampen our spirits (there’s a pun in there somewhere.) ...

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Norwood Gleanings

Howdy. Well, I think Friday morning the peepers weren’t peeping and the gobblers were probably quiet as church mice. The good thing about it snowing in spring is that it doesn’t stay long. Prom turned out fun for all. Our ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

We were glad to have our visitors Sunday morning, several from Brother Ric and Lisa’s family that were here for his mother’s funeral. We had many prayer requests, and especially the bereaved. Brother Ric read James 4:13-17, with the title, ...

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Highlonesome

What a Saturday! James married a couple at noon at Garrison Church. We came back home and went to his niece, Ashlee Rowland’s 16th birthday. Those attending were her grandmother, Kathy Lunday and grandad, Coleman Fugate, her aunt, Shawna, Jason, ...

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Happy Home Church

Bro. Gregg opened our morning service with a good morning to all. We sang for Jesus and had prayer requests. Sister Naomi led in prayer. We did our pledges to the flags and to the Bible. We gave our gifts ...

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Gentry Church

After opening prayer and singing to start our morning service we were taught in our Sunday school lesson the privilege of serving others. Jesus was always teaching that to his disciples. Sometimes Jesus’ life situations often left them speechless. The ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Word came to me a few days ago that the College of the Ozarks at Branson will no longer take students with loans.  This is a “working”, private Christian campus for which applicants must show a financial need.  Some students ...

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