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Highlonesome

Attendance at Mt. Olive (Highlonesome) was up Sunday. They had good services. The young people sang. We opened service with prayer reading from I John 3:1-3 and prayer requests were taken. Pastor Jerry Loveland preached on faith. Tina Swearengin and ...

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Happy Home Church

We opened our morning service with Bro. Dee greeting all with a great good morning. We had prayer requests with Bro. Bob leading in prayer. We had the pledges to the flags and to the Bible. We sang for Jesus ...

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Girdner Church

Saturday evening, November 23, we will be having our wild game supper and special singing afterwards. The dinner will start at 6:00 p.m. and then singing. All are invited to come. Sunday morning, Sis. Maxine’s message was from Jonah 3, ...

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Gentry Church

After prayer and singing to open our service, we studied in Sunday school class about the miracle of the Lord with Moses crossing the Red Sea. We should remind ourselves of how God works in our lives to save us. ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning with singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superintendent and prayer was given by Sister Sue Wright. Sundays school lesson was The Fall of Babylon, Revelations 17:1-5 and 18:1-4 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday ...

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Foil

My goodness what an awesome day we’ve had today. The weather is kinda crazy for this time of the year, but I kinda liked the warm temperature, but that wind changed your hair do real fast. Anyway, I enjoyed Darrel ...

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Faith Rock Church

What a beautiful sunny day were enjoying today. I’m really enjoying the last warm days we’ve been having. Kayla and our daughter, Sherry, gave the two little ones, Illa and Sawyer, a birthday party yesterday and we had a cookout ...

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Dogwood Ramblings

News coming in for this column is very slow.  In fact, absolutely no news has come in and I cannot think of much of interest to write about.  So, I shall “ramble” on (as usual??)! Of course we have heard ...

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