The fourth anniversary of the Rev. Nathaniel and Sis. Rosa Ashley at Bloominglight Baptist Church, 1702 Bloominglight Road, Pell City, will be Sunday, June 23, at 2:30 p.m.
Casual readers come to 1 Corinthians 13 and hear comforting words concerning “love.” Hallmark cards import these words for every happy occasion: mother’s day, birthdays, anniversaries, etc. They are some of the most beautiful words in human language.
PELL CITY -- The Chapel in the Pines kicked off its summer services this past Sunday at Pell City Lakeside Park, and released a schedule of speakers for the next six weeks.
In February 2019, Jon Glass accepted the call to pastor Cropwell Baptist, a church that has ministered to the Coosa Valley area since 1888. Jon and Matthea are parents of six children; a son was still-born – a grief he shared with me over lunch one day. Glass commented that his and Matthea’s…
The play, “Victory of the Cross,” written by Loretta Brasher and Denisha Clark, mother and daughter, will start at 6 p.m., Saturday, April 20. Doors to the church in Pell City will open at 5.
PELL CITY -- Eden Westside Baptist Church in Pell City is holding a special “Turn Your Radio On” singing Sunday, March 24.
Someone took me to task for what I thought was a harmless quip. In a tongue-in-cheek article about how we Baptists “steal” pastors from one another, I remarked that, though it’s a flawed system, God seems to help us through it most of the time.
“Can a Christian drink alcohol? Can a Christian attend a gay wedding? Can a Christian celebrate Halloween? Can single Christians of the opposite sex share a room on a road trip? Should a Christian use birth control? Can I attend a funeral of another religion or celebrate Christmas eve mass at a Catholic church?”
PELL CITY -- Lakeside Hospice and the Christian Love Pantry have teamed up once again to host the 10th annual Tablescapes “Love Feeds the Soul” luncheon.
Obviously, some folks take children’s sports very seriously, not remembering all players on the field are boys and girls as important as their own children.
We should never discount the gift of modern treatments and medicine. But neither should we discount the power of the gospel.