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Highlonesome

Just like the ole’ cows tail, I am always behind. Visitors at the home of Junior and Betty Halcomb have been Rex Halcomb, James and Linda Orick, Brad Siler and their children in and out a lot seeing about them, ...

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Happy Home Church

Our morning service began with a good morning from Bro. John.  We went over the prayer list and added several more names to the list.  Prayer by Sister Sharon.  We had the pledges to the flags and to the Bible.  ...

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Girdner Church

This last week we lost a couple that will be missed by so many. Heaven has surely gained some good ones.  Bernie Hutchison, went to be with the Lord Thursday evening,  Ruth Workman, went to be with the Lord on ...

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Gentry Church

After opening with prayer by Doug Miller, we studied in Sunday school class that if we are set free from the power of sin through Jesus Christ, we are raised to a new life.  We are servants of God. Happy ...

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Friendship News

Church started Sunday morning by singing. Ronnie Epps took over as superitendent. Sunday school lesson was Leaders from Numbers 27:12-23 taught by Ronnie Epps. After a good Sunday school lesson we sang several songs. Specials by Fern Cooper, Mitchel and ...

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County Line

My sympathy to the families of Glenda Lee and Brian Massey. Those here on Monday were Donna Dodson, Macee Breeding. Megan Goforth, Mercy Nurse, Jo Stephens, Rheba Pool, Sandy Rackley of Soddy Daisy, Tennessee, Lonnie and Dorothy Curtis of Drury, ...

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Champion

It turns out that Champion is in the mid-southern latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere, which puts us in the most favorable position on Earth to see the sites as our planet passes through the densest, dustiest area of the path ...

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Breedon Church

Opening Sunday school, Joe Lafferty read the 128th Psalm. Evelyn Harper said opening prayer.  Our lesson was the 8th and 9th Chapter of Deuteronomy.  We had questions and answers and more questions for next week. Lee Hampton took up morning ...

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