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Sunday Morning service was opened with prayer requests followed by prayer then songs of praise and welcoming everyone.
Brother Cody Prock read a scripture from Psalm 65:9-11.
Brother Roberts brought the morning message from I Samuel 17:3-11, “Facing Your Giants.”
Brother Cody brought the evening message from Acts 17:1-7, “May We Be A Zealous Church, Turning the World Upside Down For Christ.”
Visiting with Bob and Nora Edwards on Tuesday were Kendra Walker and Hunter Shelton. Visiting on Saturday were Toby and Jacinda Sheppard, Miranda Milligan, Shawn and Alexis Swearengin.
Gathering at the Pizza Hut on Friday for a cousin’s get-to-gether were, Nora Edwards, Frank Williams, Raymond and Naida Haden, Bill and Mary Lou Hodges and Carl and Betty Atwood.
Nora Edwards visited with Doyne Huffman and grandchildren and Joe and Vicki Corum in the Huffman home.
We are sorry to hear of the passing of two long-time friends, Dorsey Huffman and Marie Long. Our prayers go out to the families of both.
On Thursday, six ladies from Walnut Grove Church had the cabin fever and met at Ruby Garden for a very pleasant visit and lunch together. Those getting together were Mary Mackey, Maxine Lund, Hazel Jackson, Joyce Erickson, Arleen Henningson, Nora Edwards and Margaret Rosseau.
On Friday, Donna Bannister came down and Delmar and I went with her to West Plains. On our way back we stopped by Dawt Mill then up through Gainesville and home. We sure enjoyed getting out of the house for a while.
On Saturday, Bevy Moore came down and I made potato soup. We ate and I sent a bowl of soup to Gary Moore who was under the weather. Gary, I hope the soup helped.
I was glad to see the Hamby family at church on Sunday after a round of the flu in their family.
Until next week, remember, don’t have hopelessness in your vision, God is able.