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Goodhope News

Last Weeks News, May 25 – A beautiful day to worship the Lord in His house Sunday. Worship service opened with attendance of 72. Several were out due to Memorial Day and traveling. Pastor Dave asked Bro. Carl Whorton, Shorty ...

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Girdner Church

We had a very good service this Sunday. We had several visitors. We hope they will come again. It’s so nice to see new faces, and always nice to see all that come every week! Bro. Dallas and Sis. Glenda ...

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Gentryville

Sunday, June 1st. Well her it is the first of June. What is the old saying, time and tide wait for no man. Thankful for all the nice showers we’ve been getting. All the cemeteries I’ve seen are decorated, mowed ...

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Gentry News

Opening our morning service with prayer was Doug Miller. In our Sunday school class we studied obedience to the Lord. Consider our ways. Are we putting God first in our lives, often we spend most of our time doing for ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant. Sunday school lesson was The Disciples Are Left On Their Own, Acts 1:1-12 taught by Ronnie Epps. Prayer was by Bro. James Moore. After a good Sunday school ...

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Foil

Hello once again to all my friends and neighbors. What a week this has been. Can you believe all the good rain? It’s sure good on the hay fields and gardens. Making it difficult for the farmer to get the ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

It seems we should not be complaining about rain, either lack of or too much.  We can do that in July and August!  The pastures are quite green if a little thin.  Yards are green and the weeds are doing ...

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County Line

Debra Reed of Kansas called me on Monday. Donna Dodson and Macee Breeding visited me on Tuesday. Gene Pool also visited me on Tuesday evening. Donna, Quin and Macee Breeding and I went to town on Friday. Keith Breeding had ...

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Church of the Living God

Sunday, June 1st Gary Moore preached for us one more sermon before leaving. God has called them into another ministry. God bless and lead them in their new service for him. His sermon was Eccl. 3:1-15, “A time for everything.” ...

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Champion

“What is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days.” James Russell Lowell (1819-1891) made keen observations about the value of natural beauty.  He was an American Romantic poet, critic, satirist, writer, diplomat and abolitionist ...

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