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The Christmas Tree

From a tree a manger was made, 0n the first Christmas, in it He laid. 

Also from a tree, a cross was made, and on it, for our sins, the price HE paid. 

I remember each year as the tree I adorn, His gift giving began the day HE was born. As I gently place each ornament of gold, In His hands, I place my heart, and my life, for Him to hold. Trusting in Him to take good care of me, I pray and I sing as I decorate the tree.

 “I am the way, the truth and the light,” said He. 

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Even to your old age and gray hairs I am He. I am He who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.

-- Isaiah 46.4

 

When life isn’t a bed of roses remember who wore the thorns!

Christmas is just around the corner! Be very careful and safe.

Leo and Carolyn Lyle enjoyed having Greg and Pam Grantham and Carson come for early Thanksgiving the weekend before. They wanted to spend Thanksgiving at their home in Oklahoma. 

Crew Lake United Methodist Women meet

The United Christian Methodist Women of Crew Lake Methodist Church met Nov. 14 for their Thanksgiving meal. 

Lillian Whiten led in prayer and blessing. Then the meal of turkey,dressing, ham and all the trimmings was served. 

The husbands were invited. Those attending were Mikey Whitten,  Bill Brown, Greg Pickens and Laynnn Word. The ladies present were Dianne Williams, Frances Goodson, Margie Ross, Angie Pickens, Connie Word, Lilliam Whitten, Brenda Duffey, Sue Duffy, Melva Gilbert, Joan Brown, Rachel Stephenson, and Emma Jo Sullivan.  

Boeuf River, NSDAR learns about history

Bouf River Chapter, NSDAR, met November 18, 2019 in the Richland Parish Library with Mary Pruitt as hostess.

Memembers enjoyed delicious refreshments and a social time before the program. Regent Mary Griffin called the meeting to order. Program Chairman Jody Waller introduced Carolyn Calloway, American History Teacher at Riverfield Academy. Emphasis on American History is one of our aims. Carolyn had been teaching for approximately 20 years. 

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