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Gallatin First Assembly of God

God’s promise for you this week, "I will give you the keys of the Kingdom, and whatever you bind on earth shall bound in Heaven." Memory verse, Matthew 16:18-19. Brother Lint’s message was, "Kingdom Keys," from Matthew 16:13-19.

Each Tuesday the ladies are meeting at the church for prayer meeting at 10 a.m. If you are unable to meet with the ladies take time out during that time and pray.

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Seventh-day Adventist

Church at Study Bible Lesson was "The Royal Love Song," based on the Song of Solomon.

Memory verse was from Song of Solomon 8:6. Theme for this quarter is on the Families of God. Continued prayers are requested for Bernie Cabra, Glen Stewart, Darlene Durham and others. The church service today was our quarterly Communion service with Pastor Mohr. His topic was "Despised and Rejected" in II Chronicles 36:15-16.

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Gallatin United Methodist

The children’s choir, under the direction of Emily Michener, provided special music. Pastor Richard’s sermon was entitled, "New Thing."

The Psalter Reading was Psalm 41. Shonna Morrison read Mark 2:1-12, and Pastor Richard read Isaiah 43:18-25. Pastor Richard’s children’s message was about friendship. Prayers were requested for Draven Wright.

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Jameson First Baptist

Rev. Paul Persell’s morning message was "How Much Do You Love Me?" from John 21:15-17.

Special music was "I Love Him Too Much" by Mrs. Persell. Eighteen attended the Men’s Prayer Breakfast. We held services at Lake Viking Care Center on Sunday.

Prayer needs: Paul Willard, Kelly Vanatta, Patrick McBroom, Mark McNeely, Marvin Landes, Don Larsen, Ann Holley, Mary Louise Hackett, Frank and Shirley Smith, Pauline Watson, Trishia Sprague and

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Pattonsburg First Baptist

The "40 Days of Purpose" study continues at 10 a.m. during the Sunday School hour. We were happy to have the Pattonsburg FFA Chapter as guest at the morning worship service. Puppeteer Alyssa Lambert brought the special, "Amarillo Sky."

Bro. Tanner continued with the study on the "Armor of God" in Ephesians 6. This is Week #4 of the scripture memorization program. Contact Rhonda Lambert to sign up for the

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Fairview Community

Bro. Davis’ message today was "Just Act Like It" from Romans 12.

John Stith read from Psalms 93 and Betty McFee led the hymn singing. Sunday School concluded at II Corinthians 13:14.

Special prayers are for Lloyd Bowman, Valerie McCoy, Vickey O’Dell and Robert and Mary Nelson.

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Pattonsburg Charge United Methodist

Pastor Ron’s sermon was based on Isaiah 43:18-25, II Corinthians 1:18-22 and Mark 2:1-12.

Prayers of concern were for Conner McCarthy, Joe Rouner, Letha Shipers, Cleo Walker, Keith Plymell, Ron Carlson Sr., and the Harmon family.

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Altamont United Methodist

We were happy to have 23 for Sunday School. All ages worshiped in the foyer during ICE Sunday (Interactive Christian Enjoyment). Laurie Roll presented the Sunday School lesson "Promises to Live By."

Special violin music was presented by Renee and Elliot Keefer. Jack Toney also played the violin, "One Day at a Time." What a joy to have former pastor Bobby Hopkins worship with us again. Bobby and his wife

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Gallatin First Baptist

There were 174 people attending Sunday morning worship service. Bro. Spencer continued his February series of messages on spiritual giving from II Corinthians 8:3, 9:6.

Michelle Ray sang "My God is Real" as the message in song. Sunday evening the message was from I Samuel 24:8-15, "David the Vagabond." Deacons meeting is Sunday at 7 p.m. Keenagers will meet on Thursday, March 2.

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