A program on hope will be presented on Saturday, Oct. 12, featuring a cancer survivor whose message of faith has drawn national attention.
“I love my wife.” “I love chili-fries.” “I love that new app.” “I love football.” No wonder we’re having trouble with love!
Tickets are on sale for the “Hope: A Morning of Christian Fellowship and Luncheon for Women” event hosted by First United Methodist Church.
The Man-Up Youth Development Program recently held a community cookout where they served food to more than 300 community members and and provided school supplies and backpacks to more than 150 children.
When I was little, I went with my family to see the movie Gone With the Wind. There was a scene in it where a man was getting his leg amputated. I was so traumatized by this that if anyone asked me what the movie was about, all I could think of was that scene. Years later, I read the book and watched the movie again and realized that there was much more to it than that one scene. Many people have this same experience with the word “evangelism.”
The 12th annual Blessing of the Animals Service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct.5, at Bullock’s United Methodist Church, 2682 U.S. 15 South.
Don Rose McGhee and Martha Rowland were honored during the Aug. 21 Senior Circle meeting.
In this technologically advanced society in which we live, most of our everyday products and services, like the cell phone, must be ‘activated’ in order to be able to use them. Just as products and services must be activate, people also need to be ‘activated’ to experience the presence of God in their lives.
Throughout Scripture God has told us we will experience hurt and pain, the result of living in a world that has been scarred by sin. He has also promised to sustain us in the midst of it all.
District #3 Missionary Union recently awarded scholarships to Tiarra Mosley, Desha Terry, Precious Clayton and Marquis Broadwater.