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Albert E. Farley

NEW CUMBERLAND, WV 26047 – Enclosed you will find the renewal fee for the year 2012 for the W. Va. Christian paper. Enjoy it very much. Keep up the good work and may God bless you and keep you strong. –Mrs. Donald O. Toothman, 1022 Ross Rd.

WADSWORTH, OH 44281 – I have accepted the invitation to serve as the interim preacher at Cambridge until June, 2012, at which time brother Joshua Hetrick, a student at West Virginia School of Preaching will become their full-time preacher. I look forward to our association with the brethren there. –Don Cooper, 225 Knollwood Dr.

STUMPTOWN, WV 25267 – Gene Miller has announced that the Steer Creek Church of Christ will host the 13th Annual West Virginia Christian Lectureship September 21-23, 2012. Their theme will be, “Human Suffering.” They have designed their lectures to present five Scriptural Studies, 5 Case Studies, and 5 Topical Studies. Topics and speakers have been selected and assigned. Brother Miller said, “We believe the topic we have chosen will be of interest to many people for years to come, so we plan to make the lectures available in both book form and on CD.” The congregation will be sending information to the brotherhood in the months to come. -3466 Rosedale Road. (304) 462-0384.

ELIZABETH, WV 26143 – I hope you and Nancy are well … and pray God will give you many years to publish the paper. –Eugene Conger, PO Box 427. (Editor’s note: Brother Eugene is a faithful gospel preacher and we are honored to be publishing some of his articles, again.)

VALDOSTA, GA 31601-2127 – Just a note to let you know how very much I appreciate your wonderful paper. One of my "caretakers" loves it, too. He really looks forward to reading every issue. He is a preacher, teacher, and head of the Children’s home here where I live. We joke about me being the oldest “child.” Ronald has been gone six years now. I still miss him so very much. May God bless you. I pray you keep up the good work. –Betsy Stephens, 3610 Dennard Dr., Apt C. (Editor’s note: Sister Stephens and her late husband, Ron, resided in West Virginia for many years and have been among our most faithful encouragers.)

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