It’s that time of the year again. For 100 years, 4-H summer camp has been a life-changing experience, offering campers a greater chance to learn, develop life skills and form attitudes that will help them to become self-directed, productive members of society.
Spring is officially here! As we move to working in our yards and gardens here are a few May lawn and garden tips from N.C. Cooperative Extension:
“Pastor X” wrote a book a few years back entitled, “How to Murder Your Minister.” It was an insightful analysis of the predicament many ministers are placed in by unreasonable demands on their time, undefined position in society, robbed humanness and fish bowl living. While the book was definitely one-sided, written as it was from a hurting minister’s perspective, it was an eye-opener to many ministers and laypeople alike. It’s something all of us, on both sides of the pulpit, should be keenly aware of. There are hazards in ministry.
Third-grader Ethan LaFrance and fifth-grader Rebecca Currin recently attended the regional science fair in Durham after winning first-place for their science projects in the Zeb Vance Elementary School science fair.
April is the month many agencies place great emphasis on the prevention of child abuse. One of the practices that can lead to child abuse, intentionally or unintentionally, is spanking.
Guess what? You are creative. We all are, because we are made in the image of God, who is the original creative genius.
Today's events, and the next two weeks.
Across the country cooperative extension agencies are celebrating the centennial of the Smith-Lever Act signing that took place on May 8, 1914. N.C. Cooperative Extension will be hosting several celebrations throughout the year to celebrate this major milestone.
It’s that time of the year when wedding announcements start appearing in the newspaper and invitations start arriving in the mail.
As a young child I occasionally heard my mother say to us, “Pride goes before a fall.” A strong warning often followed, “Never think that you are more than others.”