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Highlonesome

Saturday James and I attended the benefit at Red Bank Church for Rev. Jon Mitchell, Sr. We really enjoyed the singing, testimonies, the good visiting and seeing and aggravating Irene Swearengin. It is always good to see her and Alice ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with Bro. Gregg welcoming all with a great good morning. He asked for prayer requests and there were many. There were prayer requests for the lost, the sick, those losing loved ones, our families, friends and ...

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Gentry News

After starting our day with prayer singing, we studied in Sunday school about trusting in God’s promises. To fully reverence God, one must fully obey him. Happy Birthday wishes went out to Lacie Beard and Rod Welker. Happy Anniversary wishes ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing and Ronnie Epps took over as superintendent and prayer was given by Bro. Mitchelle Cotrone. Sunday school lesson was The Disciples Empowered and Encouraged, Acts 1:1-8, 16-17, 38-39 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

Times have changed for sure, and our language with it.  There are words that were an absolute no-no when I was growing up and they have now become common everyday words and, admittedly, far too often used by me at ...

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County Line

Donna Dodson came by on Monday. Reece Goforth went camping on Monday until Thursday with Hunter Downs and his family at Pontiac. Bryse and Chase Dodson and Megan Goforth visited David and Donna on Tuesday. Macee Breeding pulled her first ...

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Church of the Living God

Praise the Lord for another week of His blessings. I know by now everyone is complaining about the abundancy of rain. We are a society of unsatisfied people. Bro. Burl Conrad had the morning and evening services at the church. ...

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Champion

Gentle rains punctuated with sunny spells have made for a lovely week.  The elegant outpost on the broad bristly banks of Old Fox Creek has been visited heavily by locals, neighbors and erstwhile residents turned sightseers and absentee landlords.  Champions ...

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