"No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye. You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why."
Volunteers for the Christian Love Pantry were recognized for their hard work and service to the community at a special appreciation luncheon this week.
Our churches are flailing. Clever gimmicks, marketing schemes and entertainment that feed the appetites of carnal men are fast-replacing the pure exposition of Scripture. But “If it takes a circus to reach them, it takes a circus to keep them.”
They are 8,000 miles from home, but none of the 22 Ugandan orphan children are homesick. The smiles on their faces let people know they are excited about being in the United States and excited about sharing Jesus through song and prayer.
When believers have a religious or spiritual concern, they don’t call the police or the fire department. They want to be able to call their pastor and get an answer, or a word of wisdom, or at least an ear to listen.
SYCAMORE -- Mount Home Baptist Church at 495 Thurman Road in Sycamore will play host to a sixth pastor’s anniversary celebration for the Rev. Robert and Sis. Yolanda Duncan on Sunday, Sept. 25, at 2:30 p.m.
SYLACAUGA -- Five Points Baptist Church at 267 Odens Mill Road in Sylacauga will commemorate its 80th anniversary with a homecoming celebration Sunday, Sept. 11.
The Rushing Springs District Missionary Baptist Association will soon have a new worship center with help from fellow Baptist organization, the Coosa River Baptist Association.
It's true we all remember the words of others. Sometimes they used words of affirmation that made us feel better about ourselves, and sometimes they spoke thoughtless words that made us feel degraded.
We all want to walk away from church feeling good about how great of a person we are. However, when measured against the Bible, this way of thinking is dead wrong.
Wise people listen to one another and learn from one another. And when confronted with the facts, they change their mind and their actions to correspond with the truth.
Sherri Burgess, author of the book, “Bronner,” is the guest speaker for the 2016 Women’s Conference at Cropwell Baptist Church.
Coosa County Commissioner Bertha Kelly has met all the requirements to graduate from the Alabama Local Government Training Institute.
Chris Crain said being the new director of missions for St. Clair Baptist gives him the opportunity to use his experience and background to support and encourage 66 churches in missions.
The Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 5485 Stemley Bridge Road, Talladega, will celebrate the eighth anniversary of Rev. Dante Whittaker Sr.and Sis. Stene Whittaker.
TALLADEGA -- The 23rd pastoral appreciation for Pastor Timothy and First Lady Sharon Caldwell at Belview Missionary Baptist Church in Talladega will be Sept. 4 at 2:30 p.m.
Most of us have been in similar situations and know the body language of anger. Our face flushes, our jaws tighten, our eyes become narrow slits and often our voices are raised an octave or two. Anger is normal and natural.
Many church members cannot distinguish between the pure gospel and false teaching. How does God feel about all of this? I doubt He’s pleased! How do we fix it?
TALLADEGA -- The Daughters of the King order at Talladega’s St. Peter’s Episcopal Church will play host to a luncheon Saturday, Aug. 27, with featured guest speaker Dolores Hydock.
TALLADEGA -- Sunday afternoon, members of the Talladega Branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will play host to a dedication ceremony for their renovated and expanded meeting house.
Billy Graham's "Decision" magazine asked journalism students to re-write a simple sentence: "Jesus came into my heart and changed my life." One student wrote ...
Forgiveness isn’t about being a weak pushover. Forgiveness is about reclaiming a position of strength and regaining control over your pain. It’s about choosing to allow your wounds to heal.