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What About This…? 1.15.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Flip Flopping: a pejorative term usually applied to an intellectual position, belief, opinion, philosophy held by another person who used to agree with the speaker but has now changed his or her mind (opposite of finally ...

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T.O.P.S.

T.O.P.S. was called to order with 8 members present. We lost 8.8 pounds and Patty was the high loser! Boni gave the lesson on Grocery Smarts. We discussed how the best foods in the grocery store are generally on the ...

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St. Francis News

There was no church service this Sunday because of the icy road conditions.  Since I have no weekly service to report on, it is a good opportunity to discuss the liturgical worship services at our church, which many people are ...

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Sandy News

We gathered for prayer at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and began our 10 a.m. service with the devotional reading from John 15 with Stan Humbyrd. Jerry Pitts led in prayer. The offertory prayer was prayed by Stan Humbyrd as ...

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Red Bud News

A good morning to all our friends, neighbors and our readers. We hope everyone had a safe and good weekend even with all the ice. A lot of church closed because of slick roads and our church was one of ...

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Red Bank Church

Hello everyone.  This cold, wet, slick weather has curtailed some from attending church lately.   Red Bank’s attendance, like many other country churches, was certainly affected last Sunday.   A few brave souls did make it out for church service. Brother Lauren ...

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Quad Cities

1-5-15. Happy New Year everyone! And what a cold one it is. B-r-r-r and a snowstorm is on it’s way. It sounds like it will be that way in much of the country. We went to granddaughter, Lisa and Joe’s ...

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Mt. Zion News

Visitors in the Sunday morning service included Wesley Young and Ruth Ann Brower from Michigan, Jim and Elaine Hansen from Ava. Norman Murray sang a solo. The sermon by Pastor Bob Thompson, Jr. was “New Year Exhortations” based on Colossians ...

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Mt. Tabor News

We had a wonderful day, although the weather left a lot to be desired, freezing rain and slick roads. A lot of churches cancelled their services. Sympathy to all those who have lost family and friends recently. Sorry to hear ...

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Little Creek

It has been bitterly cold in the Ozarks, but thankfully no freezing rain. I think Springfield is the coldest place to be on such a day as Friday was and as luck would have it, I had a doctor appointment. ...

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