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Bethany Baptist Church

Last week we had a hayride out on the Corder Farm. The weather was perfect, the trees were still mostly green, but there was a chill in the air, the company was the best, and the food tasted so good. ...

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Ava Seventh Day Adventist

An Amazing Fact: Hematohidrosis is a very rare condition in which capillary blood vessels that feed the sweat glands rupture, causing them to exude blood, occurring under conditions of extreme physical or emotional stress. Acute fear and intense mental contemplation ...

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Arno

George and Violet came by last Tuesday and picked up their eggs, then I took my news in and Kay’s eggs and a dozen to Kelli. Mark Weston stopped by after school Wednesday and said he had been sick the ...

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All Around Bradleyville

Hello again, everyone. What a  blessed week we have had. I can not contain my excitement any  further into this article. The Kidz 4 Christ mission group had their first fundraiser, Saturday in Forsyth. They had a lemonade stand, bake sale, grilled ...

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Wasola

“For we have not a high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities, but was in all points tempted like as we are yet without sin,” Hebrews 4:15. Monday I was surprised, my cousin, Joe Roberts, ...

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Tecumseh

Fall is certainly in the air and we are having chilly temperatures. Persimmons should be ready for picking soon, and they are usually better after a frost. Has anyone found pawpaws or wild grapes this fall? Our fall revival is ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, October 4 was the eighteenth Sunday after Trinity.  It was also the feast day of our namesake, St. Francis of Assisi, and to mark the occasion Bishop Hartley read the famous Prayer of St. Francis.  He then based his ...

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Red Bank Church

Hello everyone.  The Red Bank Church service opened with a hymn led by Gary Lirley. Members and guests were welcomed by Jerry Huff.   After the Sunday school hour, everyone gathered in the sanctuary for the morning worship service, which was ...

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Quad Cities

9-28-15. Well, we can just about kiss this month goodbye. I’m sitting here trying to think of something worthy to write about, as usual. Last week we went to the Cities to get Walt’s meds and run his errands. We ...

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Olga

These cooler mornings are wreaking havoc with our chore routines. We just get settled in to one way of doing things according to the weather, and then the season changes and messes up our whole program. Keep in mind, autumn ...

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