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Happy Home Church

Our morning service was opened by Sister Naomi with a good morning to all. We sang a song for Jesus and said the pledges to the flags and the Bible. Sister Naomi read scripture from St. John 14:27. Sunday school ...

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Gentryville

Guess I’ll try and write a little bit of news this chilly Tuesday morning. It is 27 degrees here and frosty. Ann Collins and I enjoyed going to church Sunday morning. Ted Cain and wife were there, he talked for ...

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Gentry Church

Opening our morning service with prayer was Doug Miller. Our Sunday school lesson taught us what is necessary for our lives to demonstrate Christ’s presence and greatness. They are humility and submission, we need rid of pride and be humble. ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant and prayer was by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was The Meaning of Life taught by Ronnie Epps. We sang several songs. Specials were performed by Lena ...

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Foil

Good morning! Isn’t God good to us? This weather is awesome. We could be covered with ice and snow. I’ve had a really good week after being sick and my feet hurting. I feel pretty good. Kelly asked me if ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Latest news on Frances Aid and her son Sherwood is that they are still in rehabilitation.  Please do keep them in your prayers.  Hopefully the Nelson family is now moved in to a place to live.  I haven’t heard much ...

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County Line

My sympathy to the E. J. Curtis family. I went to the visitation with Jo Stephens. My great-granddaughter, Gabi Ayala, has been in the hospital in Kansas. She got to come home on Tuesday. They think she is allergic to ...

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Church of the Living God

Sunday, February 3, 2013. It is good to come into the house of the Lord. Special prayer was asked for Bevy’s grandma and grandpa, Eunice Evans, Linda R.’s family, a special friend who stands in need of prayer, little James ...

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