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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with Bro. John Weisbrod greeting all with a good morning to all. We had prayer requests. Prayer was given by Bro. John Hamilton. We had the pledges to the flags and to the Bible. It was ...

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Gentry Church

After prayer and singing, we studied in Sunday school class on how we can manifest in God’s love, if we will think and act according to the scriptures, our relationship with God will show by love we have for others. ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as Superintendant and prayer was given by Sister Janiece Moore. Sunday school lesson was found in Luke 16:22-31 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson we sang ...

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County Line

I send my sympathy to the family of Reba Driskell. Rheba Pool brought me some angel food cake. She also took me back to the beauty shop on Wednesday. My visitors for the week were Rheba Pool, Donna Dodson, Quin ...

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Church of the Living God

Our morning started with prayer, then Sister Susan read our devotion from Psalms chapter 150,  wonderful verses about praising God. Then we lifted our prayer requests up to our Lord. Sisters Amy, Norma and Naomi were not able to be at ...

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The Continuing Effort to Prevent Child Abuse

By: Norma Stillings Even before the “Go Blue” Child Abuse Awareness Committee was organized in Douglas County, there were agencies and individuals who were concerned and working to prevent child abuse. The Children’s Division of Family Services, the Douglas County ...

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Champion

The most anticipated day has finally arrived at 5:29 a.m.  Is it spring?  It feels like spring.  If it is indeed so, the prominent girlfriend is truly happy.  She has already been wearing her flip flops.  Some Champion gardeners were ...

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Caney Church

March 12 – Sunday school opened with singing. Bro. Jack Essary welcomed everyone. Prayer requests and praise reports were taken. We have many concerns and much to be thankful for. Bro. Jeff Shipley led in prayer. Bro. Jack read Ephesians ...

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