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Religious Freedom Presentation by Hobby Lobby Attorney

Missouri State Representative Mike Lair (R), Chillicothe, will host a presentation at North Central Missouri College in Trenton by Attorney Josh Hawley regarding religious freedoms. The event will be held in Cross Hall on the college campus at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 13. Hawley, founder of the Missouri Liberty Project, is a law professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Prof. Hawley is an attorney for Hobby Lobby and participated

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Good Thinking: In Praise of Dad

by Dr. Don Kuehle

When we think of families, we first think of mothers; fathers most often come in second. Mother’s Day was observed nationally decades before there was ever a Father’s Day. Perhaps it’s time we said something in praise of dad.

Each parent plays a unique, equally-important role in making their family the best family possible. The role of the father, however, is often over-looked. An unknown poet

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Hot Dogs Are Free at UMC

The Gallatin United Methodist Church at 111 S. Market Street has begun their “Hot Dog Wednesday” program again this year. These free lunches are served every Wednesday from 12 noon to 1 p.m., until school resumes in the fall.

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The First Requirement for Revival

by Pastor Steve Ellison

American Christians bemoan the condition of culture around them and rightly so. The state of our nation is lower than low. We deserve and should expect the judgment of God to fall sooner rather than later.

The state of our culture and our nation is a terrible problem but the larger problem is the state of the church. We wish for true revival to break out.

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, June 1, 2014:

Pattonsburg/Heath UMC Charge

Pastor Bill Hendrix and his wife celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary. Scripture was Revelation 3:3-12. Message title was “Let Us Keep His Word.” Prayers are for Sally’s sister Kathy Benton.

Assembly of God

The adult Sunday School study was led by Clyde Lint from Psalm 116:1 as key verse from Exodus. The lesson

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The Shepherd Calls: My Garden 

ShepherdCalls_WPYears ago, my wife and I were privileged to visit some friends in London. Our friends took us many places to show us the sights of their lovely country. At Buckingham Palace, I was admiring the beautiful, flowery scenery and remarked, “What a lovely yard.”

Quick as a flash, our hostess said, “That definitely is not a yard. A yard is where you park your car.” In London, a yard

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Strengthened with All Power

by Pastor Steve Ellison

While being held in bondage in Rome, Paul wrote out a prayer for the church at Colossae. That prayer is recorded in Colossians 1:9-14.

First, he prayed that the Colossians would be controlled by the will of God, walk in a manner worthy of God, pleasing God in every respect. Verses 11-12 ask that God would strengthen the Colossians (and all Christians) for a specific and

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services that were conducted Sunday, May 25, 2014:

Assembly of God

The adult Sunday School lesson was “Living a Victorious Life” from I John 5. The congregation rejoiced with songs of praise by Ina McFee and Zoe Smith. The children collected offering. Children’s church was directed by Donna Hogan. Prayers were for Donna Hogan, Beverly Lucks, Louise Curtis, Donald Jordan, Doris Lynch, Tina Marshall, Christine

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Opportunities Missed

ShepherdCalls_WPAt our request, our guest went to the piano and played for us. He played and sang a song he had written himself. It was beautiful. From where I was seated, I could watch his hands move nimbly across the keys; and for the umpteenth time, I wished I could play the piano.

What makes my wish more painful is that I took piano lessons for nearly seven years, but

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