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Jasmine Kluge, 4 years old, at the Rockford Church of God Sunday.
Thanksgiving was a beautiful day for us. Two of our youngest great-grandchildren and their mother ate dinner with us, and it was truly a blessing. Thank God. We hope all of you had a blessed one, as well.
Union Square is having its Christmas celebration on Monday, December 5, at 6 p.m. We will meet, greet, eat, and pass out gifts. We encourage all residents to come out and help enjoy the spirit of Christmas, as well as our Coosa County officials. We miss Judge Jerry Fielding gracing our meeting with his regal presence. He is very special to Union Square, and we will forever love him. We wish that he can come.
Other Coosa County Neighborhood Watch meeting groups are welcome, also. We all are in this together. We all are one big family and all the same with Jesus.
Mr. Charles Shaw once said to me, “Yellow, red, black, and white, we are all one big great family in Jesus’ sight.” There is no discrimination in heaven, so let’s fellowship and love each other before we get to heaven. You can’t get there without love anyhow.
Union Square is being blessed in a divine way with lots of love being shared. Union Square Church on County roads 40 and 18, two miles from Rockford, is now open to the communities and operating after being inactive for a few years. It has been named the Living Word Rockford at Union Church.
It is more than just a church. It is no denomination. The door is open for all people and all communities. The Lord told the pastor to open the church for the community, then He put Union Church on his heart. The pastor obeyed and began his mission.
Overseer Daren Davis and Pastor Tim Martin are in charge of Living Word Church in Union Square/Rockford. Service starts at 6 p.m. every Sunday. All are welcome. “Yellow, red, black, and white, all are precious in His sight.”
We need a church in Rockford and everywhere like this one. Churches are too divided. Whites here and blacks there. It is a disgrace how we say one thing and do another. “Oh, we are not like that,” but still separated in churches, having cliques in God’s house. Why can’t we all combine and stop this foolishness?
There are no separate churches in heaven. I am thankful for the Living Word Church coming to the neighborhood. Saved or not saved, you are welcome. Wherever the movement of God is you can be saved, and the movement of God is there at Living Word Church.
Butch, my niece Anita and I attended last Sunday evening, and we were blessed. God moved in that place. Chains were broken, healing took place, and depression had to go.
The spoken word came from Pastor Daren Davis from the book of Matthew, chapter 16. “I Know who you Are” was his topic. The movement of God is needed in our churches’ communities and homes today more than ever before. People need to see and experience it.
Rockford Church of God celebrated its Thanksgiving with their church family and guests on Sunday after worship service. Mrs. Misty Hanes and the young ladies did a good job organizing the food menu and being great hostesses.
Little 4-year-old Jasmine Kluge, the great-granddaughter of Union Square’s Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor, stood out with her sweet personality and beautiful dress she was wearing. She looked like a real princess. Mannerly children touch my heart deeply, and Jasmine is one of them. That is something to thank God for this Thanksgiving season. So many children today do not know what manners are.
Happy birthday to our granddaughter Shelby Thrash with much love, and to all November babies.
Let’s pray for the sick and shut in that God’s light will shine in on them. We’re continuing to pray for the Hammond family, including Randy Hammond, in the loss of their dear mother, Carol Hammond.
“Great manners will take you to great places.”
Call Ruby at 256-935-1330 to spread your good news.