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Little Creek

“It’s Raining, Raining here this Morning.” This line from an old song fits the condition in the Ozarks this Monday morning. A very welcome rain is coming down as I write and I hear there has been a lot of ...

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Highlonesome

The ticks seem to be plentiful and I believe a tick or chigger would run a country mile to bite me. The hummers are not around that I have seen lately. I saw two or three andput out the feeder. ...

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Happy Home Church

Sister Naomi, opened the morning service with a good morning to all.  We sang for the Lord,  and had many prayer requests.  Prayer was led by Brother Dennis Shumate and Sister Naomi read scripture from Proverbs 3:1-12. Sister Mary, was ...

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Gentry Church

Service opened with prayer by Joie Welker. Our Sunday school lesson was on “Compassion.” God’s will is for people to show honesty and concern for one another. Happy Birthday wishes goes out to Lacy Beard. There will be no service ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning with singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintedant and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was The Humiliation of Christ from Hebrews 2:1-12 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

“Everyone who works for the government swears to uphold the Constitution. It was written to define and restrain the government. According to the Declaration of Independence, the government’s powers come from the consent of the governed. The government in America ...

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County Line

My sympathy to all of the family of my nephew, Ricky Lynn Strong who passed away Monday. He was 63 years old. Donna Dodson, Reece and Megan were here on Monday for breakfast. Those here on Friday were Mike Strong ...

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Church of the Living God

Our guest speaker for Wednesday evening was Bob Husky. His message was found in Luke 15:11. We all know the story of the prodigal son. The message was in three parts, I Love You, I Forgive You and Come To ...

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Champion

“And what is so rare as a day in June?  Then, if ever, come perfect days.”  So said James Russell Lowell (1819-1891).  The poem from which these lines are taken is full of keen observations about the value of natural ...

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Caney Church

Wednesday evening Caney cancelled so some could go to service at the White River Youth Camp. They had a very good service. Sunday school opened with singing.  Bro. Jack Essary welcomed everyone. He took prayer requests and praise reports. We ...

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