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Gentryville

Well it’s a beautiful sunshiny morning this Monday after a good rain Saturday and a nice day on Sunday. I need to correct some mistakes in last weeks items. My penmanship isn’t very good anymore. Sharon Driskell had gone to ...

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Gentry News

Joie Welker started our morning service with prayer. Our Sunday school lesson was on how to have a deeper knowledge of God’s word. We live in a day when false teachings are rampant and its important to study and learn ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendent and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was Help From Above, Psalms 91:1-16 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson, we ...

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Faith Rock Church

Psalms 143:8, ” Cause me to hear thy loving-kindness in the morning for in thee do I trust: cause me to know the way wherein I should walk; for I lift up my soul unto thee.” I love some of ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Duward “Duke” Genet, my second husband, was the 5th great grandson of Gen. (and Governor of New York) George Clinton, who led our army under George Washington and was vice president under both Pres. Jefferson and Pres. Madison.  His ancestral ...

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County Line

Happy Birthday to Axel Carver Hill. He celebrated with a birthday party hosted by his Mom, Amy Iott and Dalton and Challa on Sunday afternoon. He turned 9 and he received lots of gifts. Donna Dodson was here on Tuesday. ...

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Church of the Living God

Sunday, February 10, 2013. God has blessed us with another beautiful day. The prayer requests this morning were for Bevy’s father, Gary’s son, Linda P., Norma J., unspoken, Reba N., Bevy, our country and our leaders. God is the only ...

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Champion

Champions start off Monday with bright sunshine and a stiff breeze that blows in the promise of a nice week ahead.  Some Champions have friends and kin in New England who are enduring deep snow and looking at the possibility ...

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