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Wasola

God, grant me courage to be able to face what comes to me, to be able to bear it. Give me courage that I won’t fail. To be strong not weak. I ate the last of the watermelon, picked the ...

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Thornfield Southern Baptist Church

Mrs. Alene Turner began services today by reading Genesis 45:3-8. Please pray for Addie Lynn Bennett, Bailey Bennett, Audean Watson, Teneya Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Graham, Kim Watson, Christopher Adams, Mike Shoemaker and Grace Wilson. Paul and Gaylene Gregory ...

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Tecumseh Lilly Ridge

Sunshine and clear skies this Monday morning. Leaves were blown everywhere yesterday when strong winds blew hard around noon, and we are covered with leaves around here. A large shade tree in Ida Mae Huse’s yard was broken in two ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, November 17 was the twenty-fifth sermon on the Epistle for the day, Ist John 3:1, “Behold what manner of love the father hath bestowed on us, that we should be called the sons of God.” In this letter St. ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with music by the band and then prayer requests and prayer. Sister Tillie Fowler brought a beautiful special. Brother Roberts brought the message from John 13, Luke 4:8, Matthew 20:28, “Thank You For Serving The ...

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Sandy News

We were glad to see little Kylah Harris in our church on Sunday.  She is the daughter of Jim and Kendra Harris, the great-granddaughter of Bob Siler in our church family.  Judy Wilson prayed after several requests were given followed ...

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Rome

The deer hunters had some pretty weather over the weekend. Tony Richards, Cody and Lisa Richards, Kenny and Seth Hunt and Kailey and Kyle Thompson all hunted around here. Cody got a 9 point, Seth got a big doe and ...

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Red Bud News

A good Tuesday morning to all our friends, neighbors and our readers. We hope you all had a safe and wonderful weekend. As on Saturday was the first day of deer hunting and we hope everyone had a safe one. ...

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Rainbow Ridge News

If you look around the neighborhood, you will see where some yards are full of leaves waiting for the most of them to fall before being raked or blown off. We have some who bag the leaves and others who ...

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Oak Grove Church

The Lord blessed us with a breezy Sunday morning this week and winter is upon us. After our windy trip to church this week we enjoyed Brother Eddie’s teaching on “First Things,” and morning worship service involving Galatians the fifth ...

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