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At Hodge First Assembly, we realize that we are recipients of love, grace and mercy, and we wish to share these gifts of God with you.  We strive to be a friendly church that has a heart filled with love for others. Because of our love for God and each other, we have become a church ‘family’.   We encourage you to join us in service soon and become a part of one of the greatest church families found anywhere.

 

 

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  • Southeastern University Announces Major Expansion

    Southeastern University's (AG) board recently unanimously approved plans for at least a $25 million expansion that will feature three new buildings, a track and field area, and a parking garage.

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    A recent Gallop poll says 75 percent of Americans still see the Bible as the actual or inspired Word of God.

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