Around The State
Albert E. Farley
MAYSVILLE, WV 26833 – May God continue to bless the work you do spreading God’s Word. –Overton W. Bobo, General Delivery.
GALLIPOLIS, OH 45631 – Congratulations to you, Albert and Nancy, for faithfully keeping West Virginia Christian in circulation for eighteen years. May God continue to bless each of you with good health in order that this publication may continue many more years. I preached in a short meeting at Crum WV last September. Also, I preached at Gallipolis, OH July through November of this year while they searched for a new preacher. Bro. Jonathan McAnulty has been employed. He and his family moved to Gallipolis and began full-time work December 4th. I concluded my preaching schedule for 2011 with a wonderful Lord’s Day at South Franklin St., Christiansburg, VA November 27th. –Lewis Mikell, PO Box 302.
MOUNDSVILLE, WV 26041 – Please renew our subscription for another year. Just love your paper. –Mrs. Brenda Ward, 2605 4th St.
LEXINGTON, KY 40511 – Enclosed is my check for another year of West Virginia Christian. I have received a copy of every issue from the beginning and appreciated each one. As of January 2, 2011, I completed my work with the church at Weston, WV after having been there twenty-seven years. I have preached a few times since, including twice at McKinleyville, WV on my ninety-third birthday. We were there more than eleven years (Sept. 1972 – Dec. 1983). I am now a member of a sound congregation known as the North Lexington church of Christ. Bro. Steve Johnson is the preacher as well as one of the elders. –Roy W. Pratt 325 Taylor Dr. (859-309-0413) cell phone (859-494-1073). -325 Taylor Dr., Lexington, KY 40511-2167.
Area-wide Worship Service
The 13th Annual Area-Wide Worship Service will be conducted January 8 at 2:30 PM at the Camden Avenue church of Christ building. The speaker will be Elvis Galbreath. The theme will be: Faith That Can Move. The Sunrise church of Christ will be the host congregation.
CROSSVILLE, TN 38555-6951 – Please renew our subscription to the WV Christian. We received it last year as a gift and enjoy reading it each month. Keep on standing for the truth …” –George & Roberta Folk, 131 Backwoods Way.
MOUNDSVILLE, WV 26041 – I am very grateful for the kind letter and words of encouragement I received from you a few days ago. It doesn’t seem possible that seventy years have passed. If I had it to do over again I surely would do it. It has been a wonderful work for both Florence and me. I most certainly do miss her. She was a faithful companion and a hard worker for the kingdom. May God bless you and the work you are doing. Brotherly, in Christ, Denver E. Cooper, West Virginia School of Preaching, P.O. Box 785.
FARMINGTON, WV 26571 – I enjoy the paper very much and look forward to it. –Mary K. Fisher, PO Box 63.
KNOXVILLE, TN 37931-3499 – Thanks for the work that you do with the West Virginia Christian. The articles are very helpful. We give copies to the staff members and the students. May God bless your work. Yours in Christ, James Meadows, East Tennessee School of Preaching and Missions, 6612 Beaver Ridge Rd.
MILTON, WV 25541 – Congratulations on 18 years of publication. I pray you can double that number … -Denver Thomas, PO Box 821.
SEARCY, AR 72143-9276 - … I preach for a small congregation near Bradford, AR. I have been with them seven years. It is good to be around our family … -Dan Smith, 268 Fairview Rd.
2011 Senior Citizen of the Year
An article in the November 8, 2011 issue of the Herald Record, published in West Union, WV, reported that brother Paul McCutchan, a faithful member of the West Union church of Christ, was chosen to be honored as the Senior Citizen of the Year in Doddridge County. An Awards Ceremony was conducted November 13.
Brother McCutchan also has been honored by the Future Farmers of America. Terry Varner, preacher for the West Union church of Christ, reported in his November 20 church bulletin, “Unable to attend the FFA Convention this year due to being confined to the Rehab in Salem, Paul was awarded a plaque with the following inscription: ‘Honorary American FFA Degree 84th National FFA Convention.’ This is the highest honor one can receive from the FFA.”
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