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Black Oak Church

“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there by any more pain: for the former things are passed away,” Revelation 21:4. Brother Roy Frye ...

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Black Jack Church

This Sunday, November 6, 2016 was a cooler, fall-type day, and  we are glad for all the color that remains in the trees for our pleasure. As we gathered together today, we gave thanks for the many blessings for God surely ...

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Bethany Baptist Church

The Ladies will meet for their Bible study, Friday morning. Their meeting will end in time for everyone to go over to the Veterans’ Day Observance at the Ava Cemetery. There are always things going on at Bethany Baptist Church. ...

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Ava Seventh Day Adventist

An Amazing Analogy – In summer we enjoy the trees of a distant forest, all is clothed with a beautiful mantle of green.  We may not be able to distinguish between the evergreen and the other trees.  But, as winter ...

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Ava General Baptist Church

We enjoyed our friends and Flapjacks service last week and we hope you felt at home and got plenty to fill your bellies and your soul. We appreciate you for joining us and we hope you’ll come visit us again. ...

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Arno

Last Monday, Halloween night, I first had Sherry Blakey, Dustin and Kelsey Seaborn, who brought Bentlee, who was dressed as a potato sack and was real cute. Then Trae and Kendra Shelton brought Finley, who was dressed as a turkey. ...

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Tecumseh

There are more signs of fall each day, and I’m not seeing as many squirrels so they must be busy getting their nests ready for winter. There weren’t as many nuts and acorns on my trees this time due to ...

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Sweden Church

Roy Acuff used to sing a song called “The Wreck on the Highway.” It’s about coming up on a crash and the loss of life as a result of it. The line that’s repeated the most in the song is ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, October 30 was the Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity, but since Tuesday, November 1 is All Saints’ Day our scripture lessons and hymns were those designated for All Saints, also known as Allhallows (to hallow is to make holy or ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service opened with music and prayer. Trae Shelton read from Psalms 40:1-4. Kendra Shelton brought us a beautiful special. Brother Roberts brought the message from Luke 16:19-31, “Death, Heaven and Hell.” Death unlocks the door to eternity, two ...

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