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Greenville church announces young adult class

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Bryant Thigpen has announced that his church, St. John’s Missionary Baptist Church, will now be offering a young adult class on Sunday’s beginning at 10 a.m. “I am excited to announce we are launching a group for young adults. It’s going to be fun getting to hang out while growing in our faith together,” said Thigpen. “We’ll be talking about real-life struggles we face as young Christians in a not-so-Christian friendly word.” Thigpen also stated that the group will be talking about hardships and difficulties…

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Local teens attend FCA mission trip

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Many kids spend their summer vacation goofing off, sleeping or staring into electronic screens until their eyes bleed, while others look for ways to meet a need. Eight area students from Aucilla Christian Academy and five adults went on their annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes mission trip from Sunday, June 17 through Saturday, June 23. This year, the group headed to Houston, Tx. to assist in the repair of homes that were damaged from flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey in August of 2017. Upon arrival,…

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Andrews raising funds for Haiti Mission

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Tessa Andrews grew up hearing stories about the plight of people living in Haiti. Her mother, Teresa Galbraith, made two mission trips to Haiti while Andrews was in elementary school. Now 21, Andrews has already made two trips of her own to the impoverished nation. Andrews’ latest trip was in March and it set in motion an unexpected chain of events that will impact the course of her life. While ministering to Haitian children who were fascinated with her red hair and white skin, Andrews…

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Summer feeding program relocates

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. The summer feeding program for kids that began on Monday, May 28, at Mt. Nebo A.M.E. Church has relocated their distribution location to Sumpter James Park, on Martin Luther King Blvd., in Madison. The move was made to provide greater accessibility to the food. Also, anyone interested in donating non-perishable food items for this summer-long event can do so at the following locations: Madison First Baptist Church, Fellowship Baptist Church, Southern Grace Gifts, Norris Cafe and Madison Community Bank. Kids 18 years and younger will…

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