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Happy Home Church

Last night we had our first Saturday singing of 2013. If you were not there you missed a blessing. We had a good crowd with a lot of music and fellowship. Remember the fourth Saturday night February and we will ...

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Gentryville

On this dreary Sunday evening will try and write some news. We have gotten a little rain today. We sure need moisture bad. Last Friday night Chris Hartzell visited Ann Collins, then on Saturday Ann’s visitors were Carol Wise and ...

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Gentry Church

Joie Welker opened the morning service with prayer. In our Sunday school class we studied to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior and we are called upon to run with patience the race that is set before us. ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning with singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was The Redemptive Acts of God, Psalms 78:1-17 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school ...

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Foil

Good Monday morning to all my friends and neighbors. I hardly know where to start. I haven’t written in so long. Anyway I hurt a foot last fall and it’s taking it’s time to get well and the foot doctor ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Take your mind back a few years to how things were in Douglas County.  Remember when all the businesses “rolled up their sidewalks” on Saturday night.  On Sunday one couldn’t get any groceries, gas, repairs or parts, and couldn’t enjoy ...

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County Line

Donna Dodson came by on Monday. Debra Reed of Kansas called on Monday and Thursday. Danny Bushong of Hollister called on Monday and Thursday. Macee Breeding went to the doctor on Tuesday. She had ear infection. She and Donna had ...

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Church of the Living God

Third week of January – During our Wednesday night services we have been studying I Corinthians 13-14. The thirteenth chapter is called the love chapter. That chapter is easy to understand. The bottom line is love, if we do not ...

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Champion

As the fog rolls down and through the valleys, Champions are once again amazed at the beauty of the place they are fortunate to call home.   Colors change, new contours emerge and the sycamores stand out white against the darker ...

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