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Minister’s Message – “Disciple defined”

Posted on September 30, 2014 at 2:04 pm

Disciple – Webster’s definition from the “1828 Edition” states it this way: A Follower; an adherent to the doctrine of another. Hence the constant attendants of Christ were called His disciples; hence all Christians are called His disciples, as they profess to learn and receive His doctrines and precepts. Disciple – Christ’s definition from the Bible in two words… “Follow Me”! Let’s take Webster’s definition, a follower; an adherent to

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  • Cowboys for Christ

    Posted on September 30, 2014 at 2:03 pm

    Round Pen competitions and a Ranch Rodeo have kept the pastor of Eastern Missouri Cowboy Church (EMCC), Stan Henderson, busy for the month of September. Brother Stan was one of several trainers in a Round Pen Seminar at Hopewell Baptist Church in Wellsville on Sept. 7. One spectator who attended this event and another round pen event said “My wife and I went to the round pen demonstration this past

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  • Pike County Democrats meet

    Posted on September 30, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    Demo Club

    Jerri Harrelson, President of the Pike County Democratic Club, welcomed Terry and Lisa Burris to the meeting held on Sept. 18.  Burris is running for Presiding Commissioner and he discussed his qualifications and campaign strategies.  A big “thank you” was extended to club members that helped with the Democratic float in the Heritage Day parade.  Members were asked to volunteer to help with the Applefest and Colorfest parades.  

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  • Colbert named MU Homecoming candidate

    Posted on September 30, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    Ethan Colbert

    Congratulations to Frankford’s own Ethan Colbert, who was recently named a candidate for the MU Homecoming King title. Colbert, a Mizzou senior, made it to the top-10 list of candidates this week and is representing his fraternity, Delta Chi. The King and Queen will be announced at the MU Homecoming game, which will take place Saturday, Oct. 25. Ethan is the son of Roger and Julie Colbert.

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  • Honeyshuck hosts annual banquet – Danforth guest speaker

    Posted on September 30, 2014 at 1:43 pm

    The annual Honeyshuck banquet, held Thursday, Sept. 25, was a hit as usual. With entertaining guests, fellowship, and a delicious meal, this year’s event was not something to miss. The evening began with a “hello and welcome” from retiring board president Charlene McCune, who announced that Nathan Lilley will be taking her place at the helm of the board. Following, Reverend Paul Lewis offered the Invocation. Karen Kieffer catered the

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  • Relay raises nearly $40k

    Posted on September 30, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    Braxton Pitzer and Kaylee Long, with a little help from mom Sheila, cut the ribbon to kick off Saturday’s Relay for Life event.

    Saturday’s Relay for Life event, held at the Pike County fairgrounds, raised a total of $38,868.61, much to the delight of event chairpersons and participants. “It was an awesome night,” said chairman Ethel Drew. The occasion kicked off at 1 p.m. with opening ceremonies and a horseshow. Additional events took place throughout the day and evening. For the rest of the story and several pictures from Saturday’s event, be sure

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  • Mother feels void, creates activity club for local families

    Posted on September 23, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    At each meeting of the Little Explorers club, members participate in several learning and play-based activities and frequently have the opportunity to show off their creative sides.

    After moving back to her home town of Bowling Green, new mother Elisha Koenig quickly realized activities and support for new families like her own were severely limited. With a little creativity and a lot of take-charge attitude, Koenig took it upon herself to fill the void. A short time later, “Little Explorers” was born. “Little Explorers is a play based learning group for children ages birth to six years

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