Reflections is a weekly devotional column written by Michael J. Brooks, pastor of the Siluria Baptist Church in Alabaster.
“It’s going to be for all the kids. It always worries me about kids going out trick-or-treating. This will be so much safer.”
Giving has always been an important way to worship and to invest in the Lord's work. It's also a spiritual barometer that measures our love for God. Jesus said, "Where your treasure is, there is your heart also" (Matthew 6:21). The principle is that our hearts follow our treasure.
Mayors, police and fire chiefs, judges, school superintendents and other city leaders from Pell City, Lincoln, Riverside, Leeds, Moody, Odenville, Ashville, Steele, Ragland, Argo and Margaret have been invited to participate in this special service.
The Christian Love Pantry provides non-perishable food items to families in need. The nonprofit held an official ribbon-cutting for the new storage room on Monday.
The second St. Clair County Bicentennial Old-Fashioned Hymn Sing was held Saturday at First Baptist Church Moody. The bottom portion of the sanctuary was filled as several music ministers led a couple of hymns each, and the Hungry Hollow Boys and Mt. Zion Cake Walk Band delighted the crowd w…
Sponsored by Prison Fellowship International, the Endless Hope Tour helps raise awareness about the 14 million children, worldwide, who have a parent in prison.
As the second annual Curtis Lee Memorial singing approaches, I begin to think of my Daddy’s legacy. Daddy’s family was always churchgoers. Daddy even remembered going to Gospel singings as a child. My brother Bobby and I were blessed to have Christian parents. Daddy had a quartet in his earl…
The first St. Clair County Bicentennial Old-Fashioned Hymn Sing back in March was such a huge hit, those in attendance said they wanted another hymn sing held before the end of the year. Their one request – “make it longer.”