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Sunday, April 19, 2009

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Bill B.

Whatever works to get them in the door.

Léia

Very welcome!
Great post!
Léia

Jacob

Lately, I've been reading quite a bit about the development of the early Christian church...fascinating to see how many varieties there were in the first few centuries - hundreds of different groups, all with their own gospels and other written material. And almost from the first, they began competing for converts...

...which continues to this day!

Gerri Greene

I am not sure if we are still considered as a Baptist church or if we would bew considered as nondenominationa.
It is a warm & friendly church. You are very welcome & you can feel the spirit of the Lord in the church.
I guess a lot of folks would say that I am prejudiced since I go there.
As far as the cemetery goes, there is a lot of history there. Not just Allreds & Jessups. We have Marshalls & Andersons as well. The Jessups originally donated the land that the church & the cemetery are on. Unfortunately, none of these families mentioned here continue to go to the Grove.
Thanks for featuring our church.
You should come & investigate the inside too.

cieldequimper

Hmm, I can't imagine churches here advertising like that!

Irina

Nice advertisement! If it wokrs, why not?! As for me, all peaceful ways are acceptable, as long as they make people to be closer to God.
Btw thanks for visiting my blog and comment! regarding forsythia we have the same name for it.

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