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Michael Hamm speaking at Honey Lake Church

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Michael Hamm will be the guest speaker at Honey Lake Church during the 11 a.m. service on Sunday, July 9. Hamm was born and raised in rural Arkansas and left home at an early age in order to enlist in the US Navy. After serving honorably, Hamm returned home. Having only a ninth grade education, Hamm completed his GED and continued his education with the Investment Training Institute. Hamm entered into the business world, owning several motel properties. During this time, he fulfilled a lifelong…

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Sunday is a Fun Day at Madison Church of God

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Sunday, May 21, Madison Church of God (MCOG) held their Family and Friends Fun Day. Following the morning worship service, everyone gathered in the fellowship hall for a covered dish meal, and then moved on to the fun and activities planned for the afternoon. MCOG set up a bounce house and a slide inside the church’s Family Life Center/Gym, leading to an afternoon of fun and laughter among children and adults alike. Even Pastor Jason Justus was caught bouncing down the inflatable slide. MCOG…

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Sanctuary of Praise to host men’s conference

Story Submitted: Sanctuary of Praise Brotherhood invites all Madison County men to attend their sixth annual Strong Men in Tough Times program. This program will be held Saturday, June 17, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event helps sponsor the Simp Clemons Scholarship Fund, the Community Achievement Recognition Award, youth activities and youth talent awareness. The conference will consist of an afternoon of fellowship and spiritual growth. Dinner will be served immediately following the service. Sanctuary of Praise is located at 13819 W. US Hwy. 90, in Greenville.

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New guidelines for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. Operation Christmas Child has issued new guidelines for the 2017 shoeboxes.  The changes pertain to items that can no longer be included. Here is a list of what to/and not to include. Start with a medium to large item that will capture the child’s attention the instant he or she opens the box. Items that can still be included are: soccer balls with a pump, stuffed animals, toys (puppets, trucks, etc.), dolls (baby, Barbie, etc.), musical instruments, outfits and shoes. Toys that are still permitted include…

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