PRENTER, WV 25181 I enjoy the Mountain Messenger. Gladys Halstead, PO Box 276.
EAST POINT, GA 30344 Thanks for all you do! As always, I continue to pray for the work you all are doing and I hope all are happy and well. Ray Jackson, 1068 Jefferson Ave.
PURSLEY, WV We are entering our ninth month with the church in this community and things have never been more promising. On August 25 Pursley hosted its first Friday Night Sing and it was an overwhelming night. 198 people attended and we were blessed with 28 song leaders. Our building only seats about 85 people, so you can imagine what it was like. We had erected tents and had a public address system for the outdoors. Refreshments were served on the lawn following the singing. Pursley members and several neighbors worked hard to prepare for what we knew would be a great evening. It surpassed our greatest dreams. We thank those who came from far and near to support our efforts. When we began our work here, our Sunday morning attendance was averaging about 15-20. At present we are having between 50 and 60 on an average. Seven have been baptized and others are being taught. If you have family and friends in our area that you would like us to visit and encourage, please contact us and we'll do our best to help. Call 304 652-1194 or 304 210-4046. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - 901 Tyler Highway, Sistersville, WV 26175.
BELMONT, WV 26134 We really enjoy this paper and always feel inspired after reading articles. The Salem sing was great. Leon and Roselyn Williams, 702 Riverview Dr.
WALLACE, WV 26448 Hope you and yours are well. I keep you and yours in prayer, especially your mother and Ethel, also the whole church at Salem. Wish I was more able to attend. Christian love to all, Ernie Floyd, Wallace church of Christ, 26448.
SALEM, WV 26426 Our congregation is busily getting ready for our up-coming "Bible Booth" at the Salem Apple Butter Festival Oct. 5-8. We will be offering free Bible Correspondence courses and giving away paperback New Testaments. We will also be distributing brother Mack Lyon's new tract, "Churches of Christ: Who Are They?" and copies of the DVD "Searching For Truth" produced by World Video Bible School. Our members will also be folding, bundling, and labeling over 7,000 copies of this issue of the paper for a special lectureship mailing into the Big Coal Valley area. Our Fall Gospel Meeting is scheduled for Oct. 15-20 with Luke Weekley, Kevin Lough, Jerry Toothman, Scott Davis, Ed Melott, and Bobby Jennings doing the preaching. Week-day services at 7:00 PM
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