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Happy Home Church

The morning service opened with a good morning from Bro. Mac. We had prayer requests and there were many. Bro. Mac led in prayer. We had the pledges to the flags and to the Bible. We sang for Jesus. We ...

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Girdner Church

So many needs in our community this past week. Sad times for those who have lost their loved ones. This is something we can all relate to, losing loved ones, but when it hits home in your own family, the ...

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Gentryville Church

Wednesday evening Bible study was led by Randy Joe Stout, using scriptures Matthew 5:20-24, 3:7; Luke 20:19. Thursday evening my Grandma Nora Deatherage-Hunsaker passed away. She will be greatly missed. Sunday morning we had  40 in attendance. After praise and ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendant and prayer was given by Bro. James Moore. Sunday school lesson was Moses Many Ministries from Exodus 18:13-22, Exodus 18:7, 8 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

A week ago after I had sent off the Ramblings to the Herald a call came in from Patsy Williams. We had a nice visit while she was babysitting Matthew. Patsy said Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church and the Williams’ house ...

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County Line

My sympathy to all of the families that have lost loved ones this week. Donna Dodson, Melanie Breeding and Macee went to Springfield Monday for Macee to have an ultrasound. Donna and Megan Goforth came by here Monday evening. Keith ...

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Champion

Champions are forward looking people. Some are looking forward to mushroom season already and are now looking up into the woods grateful for the nine degrees Fahrenheit that may be doing away with some of the ticks and chiggers that ...

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Breedon News

Opening prayer by Wilma Hampton. Joe read the 122nd Psalms to open Sunday school. We are still in Leviticus, the 14th chapter. Some of the chapters are short so we read two. Sometimes they are self explanatory. We always have ...

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