The children at Great Beginnings Christian Child Care Center recently celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
Joy Club members and leaders at E.M. Rollins Elementary School recently cleaned up fallen tree limbs and branches on the ground in front of the school as part of the club’s recent study about taking care of the world.
Guess what? You are creative. We all are, because we are made in the image of God, who is the original creative genius.
The Plank Chapel United Methodist Church Senor Circle recently met in the fellowship hall of the church.
St. Andrews Christian Church in Henderson recently sponsored a youth and teen workshop entitled “No Turning Back - Moving Forward.”
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.”
The Outreach Ministry of Living Stones Church of God in Oxford recently served lunch to the Granville County Clerk of Superior Court Office, the animal rescue shelter off of Cornwall Road in Oxford and the Fire Department on Dabney Drive in Henderson.
Micah Kearney joins Pastor Catherine Sledge, Janelle Inman, Chalis Sledge, Twana Jones, Antoinette Grimmett and Minister Wiline Isom at Area Christians Together in Service in Henderson, where the Victorious, Identified and Predestined Youth of Oasis of Hope Ministries recently donated food to provide complete meals for children.
Lent is a time when we reflect on our own mortality and the gift God gives us through His son, Jesus Christ, who lived our life, died our death, and was resurrected so that the world might be saved. It is a time to engage in spiritual practices that help us experience the impact of Christ’s suffering and how His life, death and resurrection is the hope of the world.