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August 22, 2013

Church News for Friday, Aug. 23, 2013

Corsicana — News and announcements submitted by congregations throughout Navarro County.

Bread of Life COGIC, 1309 MLK Blvd, Corsicana, with Rev. Dennis Albert, pastor, will hold a night of praise at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23 in honor of its Second Pastoral Anniversary. It will be held at Greater Crossway COGIC, located at 708 G.W. Jackson Ave. Host will be Pastor D. Houston, who is also speaker of the hour. Come join Bread of Life in this night of praise. There will be no Sunday service. Call (903) 874-3555 for more information.

The Second Mission Baptist Church located at 909 South Fifth St. in Corsicana, where Larry L. Polk, Sr., serves as Pastor, will observe the 18th Year Recognition Service for their Pastor on Sunday, Aug. 25, 2013.  This year’s theme:  “Who Is On The Lord’s Side?”  from the text of II Corinthians 4:5.  The Morning Worship Service will begin at 11:15 a.m. with guest speaker Minister Gary Floyd of the Galilee Baptist Church of Longview. The afternoon Celebratory Service will begin at 3 p.m. with special guest Pastor Donald R. Parish, Sr. and the True Lee Missionary Baptist Church of Dallas. The congregants invite you to share in this service of praise and thanksgiving for Pastor Larry L. Polk, Sr., who has faithfully served as the Under Shepherd to the Shepherd of the Second Mission B. C. Pastor Polk has diligently proclaimed the authoritative word of God; he is enthusiastic and jubilant to share the message of hope and salvation through a relationship with Jesus Christ.  He is charismatic in his greeting and profound in his execution of the scriptures to be certain we know God’s desire for all to receive this gift of salvation.  The congregants of the Second Church give God all the Glory for Pastor Polk and the tireless service he has given to the people of God.

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