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Little Creek

I’m writing some old news that I failed to get in on time and I’m apologizing for my lack of news this last week. The Labor Day Degase Reunion took up a big part of my time and I forgot ...

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Highlonesome

Last weeks news: Sunday, several were out due to the Labor Day weekend, but 39 made it to church. Tom Stevens’ son came in from North Carolina to visit Tom and Fay and other relatives. Pastor James brought a message ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service opened as Bro. Dee greeted all with a good morning. We had many prayer requests. Baby Lee is doing good. Also Larmie is doing better. Bro. Dee led in prayer. We had the pledges to the flags ...

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Goodhope News

What a wonderful time it is, to be living here in the Ozarks, seems like it rains when we need it and of course the sunshine to make the grass grow. Looks like we will have a good fall, so ...

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Girdner Church

It is a great morning to be sitting here writing the items for our church. We had good services both Sunday morning and Sunday night. We missed a lot who were out, I am sure on vacations. We also missed ...

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Gentryville Church

Wednesday evening we had our quarterly business meeting. I can’t believe it’s already time to start planning for Christmas programs! Saturday afternoon we attended the Seymour Apple Festival. It was beautiful weather and many people took advantage of that. There ...

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Gentry News

Joie Welker opened our morning service with prayer and after singing, our lesson in Sunday school class was “Sharing With Others,” we must develop an attitude of giving and sharing with those in need. We welcome you to Wednesday night ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendent. The Sunday school lesson was Seeking Righteousness from Romans 9:30-33, Romans 10:1-4 and 10-12 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson we sang several songs. ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

The attached short speech from Winston Churchill was delivered by him in 1899 when he was a young soldier and journalist. It probably sets out the current views of many, but expresses in the wonderful Churchillian turn of phrase and ...

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