8:00 AM Jan 26, 2014
Our congregation recently commemorated Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. It is a special day set aside to remember and reflect on the Jan. 22, 1973, Supreme Court decision that legalized the killing of unborn children by abortion.
4:00 PM Jan 24, 2014
Winterfest is a celebration of our community and a fun way to enjoy, or perhaps survive, our natural surroundings and the winter season.
2:03 PM Jan 22, 2014
Are great leaders born or made? That question has been debated for centuries.
2:00 PM Jan 21, 2014
There’s no denying that technology today is absolutely amazing. I’m continually blown away at the advances made.
3:55 PM Jan 16, 2014
The wonders of technology advance at a rather rapid pace. I certainly am not keeping pace.
3:05 PM Jan 15, 2014
As a former pastor, I can attest to the anguish that losing a job brings to a family or an individual.
3:49 PM Jan 14, 2014
When someone thinks of a kitchen, they’re probably conjuring up a warm room with a table and chairs, a fridge (or ice-box) and a stove emanating incredible aromas. The stove was the heart and soul of the kitchen. Without it, where would we be?
3:00 PM Jan 9, 2014
“You should write a book!” they say. They are people who have never written a book, thus the speed and casual way with which they encourage someone else to do so. They think of seeing the finished product, not the work that goes into it.
3:00 PM Jan 8, 2014
There was a silver lining for me during this week’s nasty winter storm. I didn’t have to drive to work early in the morning.
12:00 PM Jan 7, 2014
Seventy-nine years ago, on Jan. 8, 1935, a baby boy was born in a two-room house in the poorest section of Tupelo, Miss. The house was popularly called a “shotgun shack” because you could fire a bullet from the front doorway and the bullet would fly out the back without hitting anything.

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