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Sandy Church

We gathered for prayer at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and began our 10 a.m. service with the devotional reading from Psalms 47 with Sunday School Superintendent Brad Siler. After prayer requests were given, LeaAnn Crum led in prayer. The ...

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Murray Church

We had 23 in attendance with several out. Dan opened up in prayer then he led congregation in singing. The children took up the penny march. We are proud of your young people. We then went to Sunday school class. ...

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Mt. Zion News

Those who were listening to “Moments with the Master” Sunday at 9 a.m. heard a song by the Mt. Zion Bible School Choir. Our pastor was the evangelist for a Revival Meeting in Lowry City, Missouri all week. So his ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

Church began with our guest speaker, Brother Charles McFarland, joining us in singing, Amazing Grace. We had several guests, some from Brother Charles’ church at Wasola, and others, as well. Brother Charles read, Micah 6:6-8, with a message titled, The ...

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Happy Home Church

The morning service began with Bro. Mac greeting all with a good morning to all. We had many prayer requests. Prayer was led by Bro. Dee. We had pledges to the flags and to the Bible. We sang for Jesus. ...

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Girdner Church

This last week Heaven gained a sweet lady and we, here at Girdner and the community, lost a dear friend. Sis. Carole Gott started coming to Girdner a year or so ago on Sundays and Wednesday nights, and we all ...

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Gentryville Church

“Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise..” Psalm 100:4a & b. Wednesday evening Bible study was led by Pastor Gary, using scripture Matthew 4:23-25. Sunday morning attendance was 39. Joe Heitz led Sunday school, starting ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Saturday, Nov. 21st snow fell here, not much, nothing measureable. Thoughts took me back to 1953 in North Dakota, on the Boeddeker home farm on Thanksgiving Day. It was the first time I ever saw snowfall. Of course, I’ve seen ...

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