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April 25, 2013

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Corsicana — Kelly Temple COGIC, 501 N. Third, Corsicana will hold a benefit drive for the upkeep on Timothy Cemetery. This service will be at 3:30 pm. Sunday, April 28. Speaker will be Minister C.A. Miller of the Sixth Ave. Baptist Church (pastor K.D. Davis), along with songs from Bro. Leroy Johnson of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church (Pastor A.C. Cox and Min. Clarence Ford of Kelly’s Temple.) For more information, call Elder Billy Joe Kelly at (903) 872-2737. Make check or money order to Timothy Cemetery, 903 E. Collin, Corsicana Texas 75110 Attn: Eld. Billy Joe Kelly.

Life in the Word Bible Church, 1408 N. Beaton, Corsicana and Pastor Emma Jessie welcome you to come celebrate its 11th Church Anniversary at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 5, 2013. This worship experience will be held at Sixth Avenue Baptist Church where Bishop K.D. Davis Sr. is the senior pastor, located at 125 S. Fifth St. Guest speaker of the hour will be Lady Elect Prophetess Rhonda Coleman from Gate Community Church International located at 702 W. Tyler St., Athens where Apostle Alan Coleman is the senior pastor.

Sixth Avenue Baptist Church will hold a Bake Sale at Ole Foods, 100 N. 15th St., from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4. Come by and eat Barbecue sandwich, chips and drink for $5. Try Aunt Hazel’s homemade 7Up Cake and Sock-It-To-Me Cakes, among other sweet treats.

Trinity Assembly of God Church is pleased to welcome the ministers Brother and Sister Jamie Etison of Tyler. Bro. Etison is the current pastor of Park Heights Assembly of God Church in Tyler. He will be ministering God’s word at our Sunday, April 28 service at 10:45 a.m. He is a strong believer in the word of God and necessity of the Holy Spirit. Please come and enjoy this blessed ministry with us.

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