- Religion briefs from Jan 24, 2014
Book of Psalms teaches readers how to pray in any circumstance
I have no way to confirm this, but I think God’s favorite book of the Bible is the Psalms.
Group’s been faithful in prayer for decades
“We are just a group of women who want to grown in our faith.”
- Church briefs from Jan. 17, 2014
Don’t allow a spiritual winter to cloud God’s promises
Winter is over! What? You’ve got to be kidding. We had been experiencing record-low temperatures. On our calendars, winter is just getting started. This is true, but I am talking about the season from a spiritual perspective.
Things getting back to normal? We may want better than that
Thr holidays are now over. The Christmas trees, Menorahs and all the decorations have been put away for another year. Life is getting back to normal. But, what is normal?
- Church briefs from Jan. 10, 2014
Religion briefs from Jan. 3, 2014
Saturday kids program set at New Virginia U.M.
Evangelist to speak at New Beginnings
Troy D. Hunter installed as pastor of Community Missionary Baptist Church
Troy D. Hunter will be installed as pastor of Community Missionary Baptist Church in Farrell at a service Jan. 12. The installation will take place at 4 p.m. in Robert E. Chavers Community Center, 211 Federal St., Farrell.
A family letter that would be good for families everywhere to pen
As I begin 2014, I have been reflecting on family. I want God’s best for the ones I love the most. As I reflected on this, I wrote a letter to the one with the power to make the necessary changes.
Religion briefs from Dec. 27, 2013
A roundup of religious events occurring in the near future.
- Christmas Eve services
Reasonable or ridiculous, God works in strange ways
5 a.m. It’s a ridiculous time. The alarm sounds. I roll over and consider my choices.
- Religion briefs from Dec. 20, 2013
- Live nativities
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