Today I write from my heart; I am saddened by the troubles that appear to plague the land — murder, suicide, families at crisis, poverty, hopelessness and despair. I am then reminded and comforted in knowing many of the events we have witnessed have to come to pass in order to fulfill the scriptures.
The Daily Dispatch publishes announcements about events and special services at area churches each week in Saturday’s edition. The deadline for submissions was changed recently.
The District No. 3 Missionary Union recently named Devin Omar Anderson and Samantha B. Hargrove as scholars.
Bullock’s United Methodist Church has teamed up once again with the Humane Society of Granville County to host the 13th annual Annual Blessing of the Animals.
Philip Harris Jr. was recognized Aug. 31 as the 2014 recipient of the Chalis D. Sledge Scholarship.
My Dad was diagnosed with multiple inoperable brain tumors April 9 and entered his rest in Jesus on Aug. 12. One moment he was lying in a hospital bed in a body that no longer functioned as it was designed; the next moment, he was standing in the presence of the living God. Rest in Jesus.
The Vance County Sunday School Convention recently presented scholarships to three students at a convention at Welcome Chapel Missionary Baptist Church.
Oasis of Hope Ministries held a community day Aug. 2 as part of the ministry’s Community Connection Through Service Project.
Throughout the summer, the senior circle programs at Plank Chapel revolved around the theme of travel and adventure.
Each year their number keeps growing — 4 million in 1950, 20 million in 1982 and more than 100 million today. They represent about 48 percent of the adult population 18 years of age and older in America. If they were a country, they would be the 13th largest in the world! Who are they? They are the singles — the never-married, the divorced and the widowed in America.
Today, I am faced with a deadline to write my column. Watching the news about Robin Williams, the people of Iraq stranded on a hillside because of persecution, Ebola victims dying, riots and vandalism over the death of a young man and violent weather causing destruction, I wonder what news will be in the headlines when this column is printed? I wonder what news of today will already be forgotten?