We all have people in our lives who have formed us. Some have taught us valuable lessons. Some have kept us from making foolish choices. Some have modeled good behavior before us. Some have given us wise counsel at critical moments. Some have loved us when we felt unloved. The fortunate ones have all this in one person. I am one of them, and that one person was my grandmother, Osa Addington, who entered into her eternal reward Jan. 8, 2014.
The average church in America has fewer than 30 people on a given Sunday morning, most of them being senior adults. It won’t be long before they too will be on the real estate market.
New Sandy Creek Baptist Church will hold night GriefShare sessions beginning in February for those who have experienced the death of a family member or friend.
Our testimony to others is a seed planted about the goodness of the Lord and will help their faith in God grow.
The Christmas Carol “We Three Kings” will be sung this Sunday in many churches as Epiphany is celebrated. Traditionally, Epiphany is on Jan. 6, marking the end of the 12 days of Christmas with the visit of the Magi.
Growing up we had a couple of great dogs, Scruffy and her son Roscoe. My brother named Roscoe after Roscoe P. Coltrane from “The Dukes of Hazard”. So you know the time frame that I am talking about.
The Warren County Chapter of the Warren County Training School and the North Warren High School Alumni & Friends Association recently held its annual “Dinner with Pastors” at the Wise Campus.
Since I was a little child, I have always been aware of two different Christmases that take place in the same season. In one, we sing songs about Santa Claus and Rudolph and in the other we sing "Silent Night" and "Away in the Manger."
The story of the shepherds contained within the Gospel account according to Luke is a story that is often missed. It was the story of the first evangelistic outreach in history.
The Advent season enables us to get a proper start on finding the full meaning of Christmas. Nothing worth doing happens without preparation. A truly memorable celebration of Christmas demands some getting ready. We have to start soon enough.