Being outside has provided me with the blessing of seeing and experiencing many of God’s creatures.
Jones’ Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Warrenton celebrated its annual homecoming service Sunday, Aug. 3, regular worship service.
A GriefShare group will meet at First United Methodist Church, 114 Church St., Henderson, every Thursday starting at 6 p.m. through Oct. 16.
When the clothes in the washing machine are unevenly balanced, the machine will shake, rattle and make all kinds of noise. When your automobile tires are severely out of balance, the steering wheel will shake, eventually wearing out the tire tread. As proper balancing is required in some things of life, in much the same way, we need balance in our spiritual lives to survive.
Sometimes truth crops up in the strangest places. I mean, you wouldn’t expect to find, amidst the frothy lightness of such songs as “We Ain’t Got Dames,” “I’m Gonna Wash that Man Right Outta My Hair” and “Honeybun,” the profound truth that prejudice is bred in us, not born in us. Yet, there it is, right in the middle of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific.
Recently I begin to really wonder and meditate on what my purpose and existence in the earth realm was. I mean, why was I born? It is a question I’m sure many of us have pondered.
TOP: Receiving awards of distinction at a Family Day program sponsored by Hughes Street Church of Christ and the Making a Difference program were (from left) Vance County Sheriff Peter White, former Henderson Mayor Chick Young, Gloria Watkins on behalf of her late husband Sam Watkins and his brother, George Watkins, and current Henderson Mayor Pete O’Geary.
Henderson Mayor Pete O’Geary joined members of the Knights of Columbus Assembly No. 3440 in the chambers of the Henderson Common Council on Flag Day, June 14, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the words “under God” into the Pledge of Allegiance.
The Plank Chapel United Methodist Church Senior Circle recently met in the fellowship hall of the church.
Jesus told a story known as the parable of the prodigal son. However, I think the title that Sinclair Ferguson gave it is a better description of what Jesus intended. He calls it the parable of the free grace father.