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Tuesday,
29 Aug 2017
7:59 AM
Retired Business Owner Gives Back To His Community
Walter W. “Billy” Blain of Mount Olive is cruising through retirement – cruising for a cause, that is. Having served as owner, CEO, and president of The Blain Company, he is giving bac

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Monday,
28 Aug 2017
11:05 AM
Colorado Native Volunteers at Mount Olive Ministries
Mount Olive Ministries is honored to have Hannah Blum volunteering with our STEM program which includes Robotics.  Hannah is a recent graduate from the Colorado School of Mines (located in

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Tuesday,
31 May 2016
8:20 AM
Miss Mississippi Returns to Grace Christian School
Hannah Roberts, 22, of Mount Olive, Mississippi, finished as first runner-up in the Miss America 2016 89th annual competition held in July 2015. A Bio-chemistry major with a minor in Biology

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Tuesday,
31 May 2016
7:39 AM
California Small Group Adopts GCS
One of the biggest difficulties in small group ministry is getting wrapped up in the program of the ministry that we forget why we are doing small groups in the first place! Not so with the

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Tuesday,
31 May 2016
12:28 AM
Fourth Grade Student Engineers Solar Fan
Many parents look for low-cost activities to keep kids busy during summer months. Playing in the sprinkler, climbing trees and catching lightning bugs doesn’t cost a thing, but they certai

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Monday,
30 May 2016
11:39 AM
GCS Geek Tech Competes at Robotics Competition
Mount Olive’s Grace Christian School Geek Tech robotics team made a mark during the First Lego League Red Carpet Regional Qualifier held December 19 in Vicksburg. The event was the group

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Monday,
30 May 2016
9:42 AM
Robotic Students Graduate with Honors
It takes hard work and dedication even to graduate high school. Even more so to be an honor graduate. But to be the best of the best? That’s really saying something.  Back on April 24-26,

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Sunday,
29 May 2016
1:24 PM
Jones County Junior College Implements Health Fair
For many years now, the question has been, “What’s more important for weight loss: exercise or healthy eating?” And for years, many have cut calories, fat, carbs, and spent more money

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Sunday,
22 Nov 2015
11:07 AM
Take the Stage with Grace Christian School
It has been said, “the entire world’s a stage,” and there is none more deserving of the spotlight than Grace Christian School in Mount Olive, Mississippi. For on this stage, we find al

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Saturday,
14 Nov 2015
6:54 AM
California Trip

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Saturday,
14 Nov 2015
6:17 AM
Speech & Debate Camp
In 2014, when Tony visited California to raise support for MOM, he was asked to be a Community Judge at a high school debate tournament while he was there.  Watching the debaters exercise s

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Thursday,
12 Nov 2015
12:58 PM
Former Robotic Students Gives Back
Normally, juniors and seniors are busy with college preparation plans after graduating high school.  Not so with Tremaine Easterling (junior) and Alexis Drake (senior).  They are busy coac

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Monday,
13 Oct 2014
12:07 AM
Mount Olive Ministries Opens New Christian School
For many years now, parents have been searching and dreaming for an educational alternative to the surrounding public school systems where their kids can receive an advanced education as wel

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Sunday,
12 Oct 2014
9:43 PM
Mount Olive Ministries’ Dedicates Volunteer House
“We will host the group of young boys,” stated Harrison Armstrong. In 2006, Mr. Armstrong’s Church (Grace Bible Church of VA) was looking for volunteers to host students from Mount Oli

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Tuesday,
06 Aug 2013
10:15 AM
A Trip to Remember
By: Noah Greene C.S Lewis said it best… “We are giving our time and resources to those who need it the least, and depriving those who need it the most.” On June 10th – 14th, Rede

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Wednesday,
10 Jul 2013
11:03 AM
Experiencing God Through Missions
 Article By: Sue Keener, Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church, Wood River, IL   Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church (WABC) is located in Wood River, Illinois about 20 miles north of St. Louis, Misso

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Tuesday,
09 Jul 2013
10:06 AM
California Family Serves Mt. Olive Ministries
The first thing they noticed about Mississippi when they climbed out of the rental van on June 11, 2013, was the weather.  “Man, it is hot!  And humid, too!”  The Lindsay fami

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Tuesday,
04 Jun 2013
9:26 PM
KIDS’ ZONE Students Excel At Awards Day
Once again, another school year has ended, and our students at the Mount Olive Ministries’ Kids’ Zone are still helping to make our town proud. The 2013 Mount Olive Elementary Class Day

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Tuesday,
04 Jun 2013
11:57 AM
Mount Olive Ministries’ Robotic Team set Rookie Record at World Competition
Team Purple Thunder (a Robotic Program of Mount Olive Ministries – Mt. Olive, MS) participated in its first year High School Robotic Competition and made its name known at both State and W

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Monday,
01 Apr 2013
7:19 PM
Robotic Students Make Impact at “Ole Miss” in High School State Robotics Competition
On March 2nd, eleven students (Hieu Dang, Mariah Duckworth, Marquavious Sims, Alexis Drake, Caleb Lee, Whitney Schreiber, Hannah Love, Cynahmon Lee, Alana Peden, Marcus Brown, and Tremaine E

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Monday,
30 Jul 2012
11:09 PM
Illinois Mission Team Travels to Mississippi
By:  Jan Timmins and Donna Gaines, Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church, Wood River, Il. Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church mission team consisting of eleven members (8 adults and 3 teenagers) arrive

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Monday,
30 Jul 2012
10:53 PM
Mission Team From Jackson Mississippi Gives A Helping Hand
Approximately 13 youths from Redeemer Church (PCA) of Jackson, Mississippi loaded up their mission supplies and headed South about 70 miles to Mount Olive Ministries (MOM) for five days of s

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Monday,
23 Apr 2012
11:11 PM
Robotics students excels at the Ole Miss engineering water tower competition
Seven high school students from the Mount Olive Ministries’ Robotic Program (Hao Dang, Mariah Duckworth, Hannah Dukette, Antawn Easterling, Hannah Love, Alana Peden, and Marquivous Sims) l

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Monday,
20 Feb 2012
9:29 PM
Mount Olive Ministries High School Teams to Compete in Ole Miss Water Tower Engineering Competition
Mount Olive Ministries will be represented by two teams at the Ole Miss Water Tower Engineering Competition on Friday, February 24, 2012.  The Mount Olive students are Antawn Easterling, Ma

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Wednesday,
14 Dec 2011
2:22 AM
Mount Olive Ministries Robotics Team Earns High Ranking in State Robotics Competition
Mount Olive Ministries’ (MOM) Warriors Robotics team earned first place for Presentation and fifth place ranking in the robot challenge in the Robotics Alliance of Mississippi (RAM) State

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Friday,
02 Dec 2011
5:59 PM
California Native Adapts to Southern Living Through Serving
Nearly two years ago, Ray Holt, having sold most of his possessions, was living in a motorhome in Oklahoma ready to embark upon a new adventure. Except, what the adventure would be, he wasn

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Friday,
02 Dec 2011
5:57 PM
NASA Offers Math Advancement Class
NASA’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program is offering a mathematics advancement class for middle and high school students.  The Gifted Math Program is an afterschool grou

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Wednesday,
30 Nov 2011
12:05 AM
2011-12 Rural Robotics In Full Swing
The new school year is in full swing.  Excitement and curiosity fills the atmosphere for the children and teens enrolled in the Rural Robotics Program at Mt. Olive Ministries.  Each week,

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Wednesday,
30 Nov 2011
12:02 AM
Mount Olive Ministries hosts KIDS ZONE
Another wonderful opportunity offered by Mount Olive Ministries (MOM) is an after school tutoring program.  Parents with children from grades K-6 are encouraged to take advantage of this gr

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Thursday,
18 Aug 2011
11:00 PM
Ole Miss Partners with Mt. Olive Ministries in First Annual Math Camp
In early July, the University of Mississippi in conjunction with Mt. Olive Ministries hosted the first annual Math Camp in Mt. Olive. Twenty-one students in fifth through eighth grades from
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