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My Country

by Pastor Steve Ellison

As I write on July 4th/Independence Day, I wonder about myself and my fellow countrymen. We seem ready to declare any kind of behavior as acceptable, even worthy of celebration.

For decades, we have turned a blind eye toward adultery, unethical business practices, fornication, mistreatment of the weak, pornography, failure to discipline children, no-fault divorce, homosexuality, government handouts to those capable but unwilling to provide for

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, June 28, 2015:

Gallatin Assembly of God

On June 24, Gloria Lint shared a study about “Living in Victory” in these dangerous times. The adult Sunday School lesson centered around Psalms 128:1. Jim Leonard’s lesson was on “wise people order their lives according to God’s word.”

Zoe Smith and Mona Roberts led singing and worship Prayer requests were received by Clyde Lint.

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Independence Day 2015

In a few days, we will again celebrate the birthday of our nation. The United States of America will be 239 years old. As you might expect, our great country has experienced many ups and downs. As soon as we solve one problem, another one rises. That’s life. It happens to nations and individuals alike. Repetitive national crises cause some to lose hope. As we prepare to celebrate our national

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Victory Over Temptation

by Pastor Steve Ellison

I am not sure that I am ready to declare that temptation to evil is good but it is certainly clear that it is often used by God for good.

Immediately following the baptism of Jesus, the Holy Spirit sent Him into the wilderness for the express purpose of being tempted by Satan. Because Jesus quotes from Deuteronomy chapter eight during the temptations and because both

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Life Changing Mission Trip Examines Global Challenge

Cup of milk or whole cow?

by Theresa Hamilton, Office Manager/Events Coordinator, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

The Global Challenge at Heifer International Ranch in Perryville, Ark., was more than a challenge for three adults and 12 youth from the Northwest Area (NWA) of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); it was an eye-opening and life-changing mission trip! The 48-hour “Global Challenge” was paid for by the generous offerings

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, June 21, 2015:

Altamont United Methodist

Choral call to worship was “Sweet, Sweet Sprit.” Gospel lesson was read by Barbara Youtsey, “The Parables of the Mustard Seed,” from Mark 4:26-34. Pastor Marilyn’s children’s time was about the mustard seed, smallest seed in the world, which grows up to be a big tree.

Welcome visitors were Randy Bashford from Fort Worth, Texas, and

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Fatherhood

by Pastor Steve Ellison

God has given much authority, and even more responsibility to fathers. Social workers study extensively and consistently report that good fathering is of the utmost importance in the well-being of children. Therefore it is right and good that we ought to celebrate good fathers. Furthermore, we should encourage, train, exhort, and equip those fathers who are lacking. This will bless the children and benefit society. However,

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Miracle or Tragedy

It had been a long, hard day. Nellie Frances was preparing dinner. She said it would be a few minutes. I laid down on the bed to rest and fell sound asleep for just a minute. The phone rang; I answered. The party calling had some information I had requested. I was trying to write it down, but I couldn’t see.

Something’s wrong here, I thought as I squinted looking

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Church News

Submitted news from area church services conducted Sunday, June 14, 2015:

Gallatin First Christian

Both Youth Sunday services began with Hannah Stith sharing announcements followed by Hailey Holcomb, Brianna Filley, Cloey Waterbury, Olivia Woody, and Carli Beck singing praise, “Temporary Home.” Pastor Russ Hamilton offered the children’s message in combination with Church Camp Commissioning—we are sending 28 youth to camp. Olivia Woody, a member of “Stickin’ With Jesus,” performed “Arise

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