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Storm damage to the Cornerstone Church of Christ in Florence could take more than a year to repair.

 
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Rural Tennessee congregation closes, reflecting trend seen nationwide.

 
 
 
 
 
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Across the Nation: Youth suicide prevention, an outdoor scavenger hunt and more quick takes

 

Across the Nation is our monthly rundown of news briefs, links and quotes from Churches of Christ across the U.S. Got an idea for this column? Email Audrey Jackson at [email protected]

 
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Around the World is our monthly rundown of news briefs, links and quotes from Churches of Christ all over the globe. Got an idea for this column? Email Erik Tryggestad at [email protected]

 
 
 

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