As we head back to work, school and daily responsibilities, we hear—“time flies,” “time marches on,” “watch your time,” and my favorite – “I don’t have enough time.” These clichés are not very accurate and by the way – we all have the same amount of time! The point is, we have a very poor understanding of how to manage time wisely. Thankfully, the answer is found in the Bible. This timeless book has many principles on how to manage time wisely.
Clearview Church will be dedicating the new addition to their building this Sunday.
C. S. Lewis wrote, “To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” Forgiveness is one of the most freeing acts of mankind.
Members of Cokesbury United Methodist Church recently made efforts to improve the grounds and entrance of Carver Elementary School as part of a summer mission project called “Cokesbury cares for Carver.”
Scrubbed clean, dressed to the nines, eagerly anticipating or tearfully dreading their first day of school, that’s this year’s crop of first graders. It’s important to remember, but easy to forget as they march off for their first school day that these children are tomorrow’s leaders, and the next twelve years are going to fly by.
A celebration and gospel program will be held Friday in honor of “New Creation," a musical group that won an Essence Award in 2012.
Anne Parrish, Edgar Robertson Jr. and wife Jane Roberson recently gathered with other members of Cokesbury United Methodist Church at the Burger King on Norlina Road to raise money for library books at Carver Elementary School.
Pastor Dennis Carrington Jr.,of Saints Delight United Holy Church, Manson, recently received a doctorate in ministry from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio.
The weight lifting team from Freedom Life Church of God recently competed in a bench press contest at Northern High School in Durham.
We are living in a time when old values and beliefs are under attack. We are being told that there is a new world coming, whether we like it or not. We are being advised to abandon all hope of ever returning to the old. In fact, they are warning us that the new order has no place for us and it would be safer for us to seek refuge in some remote hideaway.