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Oak Grove Church

This Sunday morning was very brisk, to put it mildly, but our Sunday school lesson, “Serving The Least,” warmed the morning up for us. Brother Eddie did a masterful job of presenting the lesson based on the statement of Jesus ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

Once again, the weather has taken a turn for the worse, but it is always a good day to be in God’s house. Our group was small, but always faithful to attend. We had many that we prayed for, some ...

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Mt. Olive Church

Well, we finally got a good snow here in the Ozarks. We measured around 10 inches in our front yard. We cancelled Sunday night services because we were afraid the roads would get slick before people could get home. I ...

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Little Creek

Haven’t we had some beautiful days lately? We shouldn’t have much to complain about. My week has been good with some of my best friends stopping by. Those visiting me have been Noel Scott, my neighbor, Bill Williams, Charlie Satterfield, ...

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Highlonesome

Leslie Morrison passed away Friday morning, February 6th. He grew up in the Highlonesome community. He was the son of Oliver (Ollie) and Bess (Maggard) Morrison. He always came back to the community and visited my folks, Ebb and Myra ...

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Gentryville Church of God

Snow! Snow! Snow! We had about 10 inches of snow at our house! The snow ice cream sure was good though! Wednesday evening Joe led Bible study, finishing up Revelation 7. Saturday evening was our adult Valentine party at the church. ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Last Weeks News – The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray. Or as my mother used to say, the best laid plans of mice and men always come to some foul end. So, it seems the ...

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Champion

Infrequent visitors to Champion are in for a surprise.  It will shock and sadden some to see that the ancient tree that served as home plate for ball players now in their nineties is suddenly a stump.  Granted, it is ...

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