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Rainbow Ridge News

Norma Stillings had a nice surprise when she got a phone call from a cousin last Wednesday afternoon. Bill and Shirley Saunders of Irving, Texas had driven to Ava to try to find the graves of her grandmother, Lucy Brown ...

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Quad Cities

4-23-12. Hello to all the readers of the Douglas County Herald. I hope all is well with you. Everything’s about the same here. It’s been chilly and getting down to freezing and frosting some nights. I don’t know how much ...

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Oak Grove Church

We are blessed by the testimony of one that many have been praying for, for a long time, who has accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior. Which made the day all the more beautiful in which to praise the ...

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New Hope Freewill Baptist Church

Brother Lyndon continued with our study in the book of Exodus Chapter 21 on Wednesday night.  We had 15 attend Bible study. Sunday morning we had 23 people attend morning service. Children’s Sunday school class learned about the Day of ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

We gathered together and began services with singing and prayer requests for so many still struggling with health issues. We had a good group for Sunday school, and visitors in the worship hour, we appreciate them. Our morning speakers were ...

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Happy Home Church

Brother Marshall opened Sunday school with a great good morning.  We sang a song for the Lord and prayer requests were many.  Sister Alice led in prayer and Brother Marshall read scriprture from Jeremiah 7:6&7.  He was our leader for ...

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Gentry Church

Joie Welker opened with prayer then in our Sunday school class we studied John Chapter 9 on healing the blind man. Jesus is the source of living water, source of spiritual light and source of truth. We are more able ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing “What A Day That Will Be”.  Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant.  Prayer by Sister Annabell Walker. Sunday school lesson was “A Primer For Relationships” Proverbs 25:6 – 24, taught by Ronnie Epps.  After ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

“A nation can survive its fools, even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves against those within ...

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