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Memorial Day Picnic - 05/27/2013 - 10:00 am
Join us for our annual picnic on Memorial Day. This year we will be at the large pavilion at Fox Lake Park. There will be food, fun and fellowship. The church will supply the hamburgers and hot dogs, so please bring picnic foods and drinks to round out the meal. There is a sign-up sheet in the lobby so we can plan.
Neighborhood Bible Club - 05/30/2013 - 5:00 pm
We are excited to be holding our first of several Neighborhood Bible Clubs. We are in need of helpers for games, music, snacks and more. If you have a heart for children and would like to minister in this way, please see Jeremy Tyler.
Kids4Truth Father Lunch - 06/15/2013 - 11:30 am
This will be a great time for the Kids4truth children to share a lunch with their father or father figure. These fathers will be pampered with a great meal and fun time!
As a physician in private practice I enjoys taking care of elderly patients. Because most retirees over age 65 who want to be insured have no choice but to enroll in the Medicare program, I have continued to cooperate with the program. The federal government wants to dictate what I do for my patients even if it might compromise my best judgment.
U.S. entrepreneurs pray more, meditate more and are more likely to believe in "a God" and attend a religious congregation than non-entrepreneurs, according to information recently published by the Association of Religion Data Services.
Holly Tucker, a college student from Waco, Texas, sang the Gospel hymn "How Great Thou Art" during the live top-10 performance on NBC's megahit vocal competition "The Voice" Monday night, and received resounding applause from the audience, but wasn't able to impress Usher, one of the show's four coaches.
As scandals rise around the Obama Administration, from Benghazi to the IRS, Republicans and some Democrats are also jumping on a new development: United States Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius requesting private funding to implement the healthcare law.
Eighteen-year-old viral video inspiration Zach Sobiech's long goodbye came to a solemn halt on Monday morning when he died from the rare bone cancer osteosarcoma. He had been battling the disease for the last four years of his life.
Popular black scholar and political commentator Dr. Boyce Watkins ripped into President Barack Obama on Monday for lacking what he believes is the moral authority to tell graduates at the prestigious historically black Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga., that racism is no longer an excuse for failure in America.
Harvard Professor Harvey Mansfield joined Monday the criticism started by a National Association of Scholars (NAS) report on liberal indoctrination occuring at Bowdoin College, a liberal arts school in Brunswick, Maine, by condemning the lax standards of liberal education.
Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief (OBDR) and the Salvation Army are among the faith-based organizations providing disaster relief to the residents of Moore, Okla., following Monday's devastating tornado that killed 24, a number that is expected to increase as search and rescue teams continue to dig through the remains.
Serving as director of the Center for the Study of Hispanic Church and Community and associate professor of Hispanic studies and pastoral leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary, Dr. Juan Martinez knows first-hand how vital it is for seminaries to come alongside Latino Christians who are oftentimes already active in ministry without ever having ever stepped inside a seminary.