Last week was our Revival and we had two great speakers, Dr. James Miller from Louisville, Kentucky and Prophet Fredrick Collins from Birmingham, Ala. I didnâ€™t attend on Monday night but I thought of the scripture that said I can do all things with the help of Christ who gives me the strength I need and I attended Tuesday through Friday nights and got up at my usual time for work and was not late for my job. â€œPraise the Lord.â€� Most of the time we make excuses because we donâ€™t want
Youâ€™ve heard me speak of our Sugar Creek Quartet, well on Sunday we were minus one so they became the Sugar Creek Trio. They sang a special, â€œA Little Talk with Jesus,â€� Neal sang â€œIâ€™m Building a Bridge.â€� Overall the service was good with congregation singing added to that and several visitors.
Our goals should be to be able to see Jesus and then our earthly father. Strive to lay in that foundation. Be able to present ourselves as unspotted and pure. Itâ€™ll be better t
Iâ€™m sorry about not having news last week. We had an early morning appointment and when we returned I was too tired to write. I still have news from then.
John and Gail Wade went to Montezuma to see Martha Aenchbacher, who is Johnâ€™s sister.
Frieda and Christie White spent a few days in Savannah.
Grayson, Charles and â€œSnipâ€� White went to Jacksonville to the 90th birthday celebration of Megnan Davis. She is the widow of Roy Davis. There was a good crowd there including the childr
Get a brand new car free! Find the love of your life! The KKK is sabotaging your laundry detergent! My friendâ€™s auntâ€™s motherâ€™s beautician was cured of cancer by forwarding this e-mail!
E-mail hoaxes â€" they seem to be ubiquitous these days, and itâ€™s doubtful if anyone who has an e-mail account hasnâ€™t been the unwilling receiver of a few at one point or another, promising free merchandise, warning about subversive secret societies or claiming to know the future, among other outlandis
Morgan County is no stranger to two things â€" one, agriculture and, two, tourism.
So, the Madison-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce, in an effort to combine these sources of revenue, started the Agri-Business/Agri-Tourism Committee, and found another way in which to bring in more moo-ney.
â€œThe purpose of it (the Agri-Business/Agri-Tourism Committee) is to promote agriculture as economic development and is part of the tourism product,â€� Chamber of Commerce President Marguerite Copela
Bucking broncos are headed to Buckhead for the first annual Morgan County rodeo, where professional cowboys and cowgirls will join local riders to compete in the seven events slated for competition.Â
The rodeo, which is put on by the Morgan County FFA Alumni and the Sheriffâ€™s Explorers, will run on Friday, August 24 and Saturday, August 25 and features events like bull riding, calf roping, barrel racing and other rodeo staples. The excitement isnâ€™t only for adults either â€" both evenings