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Summer mission team blesses Tennessee families

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. New Home Baptist Church’s summer mission trip (June 25 – July1) was to Cleveland, Tn. They partnered with Ocoee Outreach of the Crossnet Baptist Network in Cleveland. Twenty-eight people from the New Home, consisting of two carpentry/construction teams, made the trip. The average household income in East Cleveland is less than $13,000 per year; 56 percent of adults have not completed high school, and three out of every four homes do not have a male head of the household. “Many of the homes are impoverished,…

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The Great Pumpkin Patch is coming

Story Submitted. The Great Pumpkin Patch, hosted by the Madison Church of God in connection with “Pumpkinpatchusa,” comes to Madison on Thursday, Oct. 12 and will continue through Wednesday, Nov. 1. The Great Pumpkin Patch will open for pre-school tours and elementary school field trips beginning October 12. The tours and field trips will be scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The hours of operation of the Great Pumpkin Patch will be Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. It will…

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MFBA offers help with disaster relief

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Middle Florida Baptist Association Disaster Relief Team will be offering assistance in the wake of Hurricane Irma. The Association’s clean-up and recovery unit will be staged inside a warehouse owned by J.D. James in Monticello. Equipment available will include a tow vehicle and heavy equipment, if needed, for the removal of large debris. The team is looking for volunteers to help with the clean-up effort and recovery. If interested in volunteering, contact the Central Baptist Church’s office at (850) 997-2018. The recovery effort needs…

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Fellowship Baptist Church bless an Alaskan bible camp

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. Fellowship Baptist Church sent a mission team to Alaska on Thursday, Aug. 3. The group included David Adams, David King, Ray Browning and Donald Yates. They went to serve at the Kokrine Hills Bible Camp (KHBC), located 350 miles North of Anchorage and 200 miles west of Fairbanks on the Yukon River, and is only accessible by boat or plane. Drug, alcohol, sexual abuse, and suicide have been the norm for “village life.” This negative village life environment has had a devastating impact upon the Native Alaska…

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