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Highlonesome

Last Weeks News – Saturday was a nice day. Connie Siler took her Mom, Betty Halcomb to get her a perm and run some errands. Rex Halcomb, James and Linda Orick visited Junior. I cooked them some fish and fried ...

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Heart of the Ozarks Healthcare Center

Good morning again and “How do you do?” It’s such a beautiful day and if I didn’t know better, I would say, “Spring has sprung!” But, since we haven’t had Christmas yet, I know it can’t be possible, but it ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with prayer requests. Prayer was given by Bro. Mac. We had the pledges to the flags and to the Bible. We sang for Jesus. We gave our gifts for Sunday school with Bro. John blessing them. ...

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Gentryville Church

Wednesday evening we had our quarterly business meeting. Sunday morning we had 44 in attendace. Joe Heitz opened the service with praise and worship, then led Sunday school with Psalm 22:9-13, Luke 2:40 and 1:80, Matthew 28:20 and Colossians 2:15. ...

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Gentryville

My goodness this has been a rainy dark Sunday, but aren’t we glad it has been too warm for the rain to freeze. Don’t know much news, but will try and write a little. Sirena and Jonah Melton had supper ...

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Gentry News

After prayer and singing, we studied in Sunday school class that God expects us to bring acceptable offerings to Him with obedience from a pure heart that entails our time, talent and possessions. Special song was by Wendell Deo and ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was God’s Plan For His People, Exodus 4:1-12 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school ...

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Faith Rock Church

It’s that time again, Christmas next week and as always, I’m behind getting things done. I mostly just want to get cards in the mail this week and we don’t shop for gifts anymore, it’s too hard to get around ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Many of us remember “the good old days” before personal computers and our self-serving media. I wonder about all the information blasted around these days, if it doesn’t fire up people to become a part of all the shootings, to ...

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