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Highlonesome

The cooler weather sure is a treat. The farmers have had a hard time with springs, and ponds going dry, raising less hay, and hay and grain prices are sky high. The cattle market will go down, it already is. ...

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Happy Home Church

Sister Naomi opened the Sunday School with a good morning to all. We sang for Jesus and had many prayer requests. Sister Juanita led in prayer. Sister Naomi read scripture from Psalms 92:1-2. Our Sunday School leader Sister Mary read ...

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Gentry Church

Opening our morning service with prayer was Joie Welker. In our Sunday school class, Isaiah, chapter 9, we learned about how Isaiah fortetold the coming of the son of God. The only one who is all wise, mighty, eternal and ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendent and prayer was given by Bro. Raymond Haden. Sunday School lesson was Faiths Hall of Fame, Hebrews 11:8-19 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

I am borrowing here some comments of Walter Williams in his August 8th essay in JWR, received via the Internet.  “Nazism is a form of socialism.  In fact, the term Nazi stands for the National Socialist German Workers’ Party.  Nazis ...

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County Line

David and Donna Dodson, Chase and Bryse Dodson, Reece and Megan Goforth, Quin and Macee Breeding all visited me on Monday. Donna took all the kids to the pool Monday afternoon. Chase Dodson got his football equipment on Wednesday. Reece ...

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Church of the Living God

Chad had our mid-week sermon for us. We had numerous prayer requests. God knows the needs of every name spoken and knows the outcome. I Timothy 4:8 was Chad’s first scripture, godliness is profitable unto all things, having promise of ...

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Champion

Champions begin the week with grateful hearts that the severity of the summer heat has for a while abated.  They are optimistic that the moderation will endure and that rain will eventually fall.  Every dry spell in history has ended ...

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Caney Church

Sunday school opened with singing. Bro. Jack Essary welcomed everyone taking prayer requests and praise reports of which we have many. Sis. Tracy Shipley led in prayer. Jack read John 8:12-19 for devotion. After a good Sunday school lesson the ...

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