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 WCTU Holds Prayer Breakfast

April 9, 2008 - The Knightstown Woman's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) met on March 17 at the Knightstown Christian Church fellowship hall for a prayer breakfast. Twelve members and eight guests were present. The breakfast was catered by the Haines family. The blessing was given by Pastor Gail Whitmire of the Wesleyan Church.

The devotions were given by Pastor Richard Thayer of the host church. He used as his scripture I Cor. 13:13 and II Peter 1:7. His theme was the faith, hope, love, patience, gentleness, kindness and forgiveness. He said the word of God gave rise to the organization and we should focus on these things.

The program was on home protection and the speakers were Sgt. Edward Manning and Detective Anthony Darling of the Henry County Sheriff’s Department drug task force. Manning spoke on the kinds of drugs and problems arising from the use of the same. Darling spoke on the local problems. They both spoke on what is being done to combat this big problem. The meeting was dismissed with prayer by Opal Hughes.

 

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