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February 27, 2014

Church News for Friday, Feb. 28, 2014

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Corsicana — Life in the Word Bible Church, 1408 N. Beaton, where Emma Jessie is pastor, will kick off its First Sunday Praise Night at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, March 2. Come and enjoy praise and worship led by Pastor Emma Jessie, the spoken word by Dr. Lanettia Littleton, ministry in poetry/skit, and music by Scottie Grant.

Freedom Fellowship Church, Bro. Jessie Williams, Pastor; Sis. Claudia Williams co-pastor; Bro. Patrick Gunnell, assistant pastor; and Bro. Vernon Harris, supt., and its congregation invite the public to come and worship at its new location, 323 Commerce St., Corsicana. (formerly at 917 S. 17th St.) The first service in the new location is 10 a.m. Sunday, March 2 beginning with Sunday School. Come and be blessed.

Love Chapel Baptist Church located at 400 North Benton Street, where David E. Wilson serves as Pastor and Sharron D. Wilson serves as Minister, will have a service of honor and recognition to their Pastor David E. Wilson at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 2, 2014. The theme for the occasion is “Chosen To Be A Witness” from the scripture text Isaiah 61:1.Pastor Wilson is a Man of God that teaches and preaches the Word of God with exuberance and power and has a great love for God and the people of God. The guest church will be Harmony Baptist Church and the spoken word will be brought by Bishop John Baker who serves as the pastor. Everyone is invited to come and help us celebrate our leader.

The Cowboy Church of Corsicana, 5864 W. Hwy. 31 (two miles west of Walmart) cordially invites the public to be a part of its Sunday morning praise and worship service at 10 a.m. every Sunday.  Bible Study is held at the church on Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. The CCC band provides excellent music for the church service each and every week. Thanks go out to Scott Bonner for filling in last Sunday for the regular pastor, Derek Rogers. The next Eatin' Meetin' is scheduled for March 9 and on March 16 our guest singer will be Justin Todd Herod. The church makes a special effort to welcome everyone and make them feel at home and a part of our Christian family.

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