Rich Brown: Outdoors ministry raising money for lodge catering to disabled veterans, others
An important deadline comes up next week for Tron Peterson and the 7-year-old ministry he founded that gives hope to disabled veterans and their families, as well as to youths and other adults with disabilities or terminal illnesses.
Craig Tally: Sales tactics shouldn't be used for God
He was Kenyan -- a Kenyan in Italy -- and he spotted me and my wife, Americans in Italy. He approached us bearing a kind and appealing smile, the kind which tugs at you.
Rich Brown: Area residents participate in far-reaching ministry to high-risk families
Devin Chance heads back to Guatemala today where the ministry he represents will once again offer hope to those living day in and day out without it.
Pope warns church must find new balance or fail
Pope Francis has warned that the Catholic Church’s moral structure might “fall like a house of cards” if it doesn’t balance its divisive rules about abortion, gays and contraception with the greater need to make it a merciful, more welcoming place for all.
Ann Leach: Letting go of the unneeded can bring peace
It might be the changing seasons, but for whatever reason I am in the mood to toss things out, purge the paper and clear the clutter.
Rich Brown: Neighborhood Life House gets boost over summer
Shortly after taking over as director of Neighborhood Life House early last year, Katie Hargrove and the Board of Directors received an answer to prayer, but that was just the beginning.
Craig Tally: Rome's tenacity didn't last
From England to Africa, from Syria to Spain, Roman bridges, walls, roads and aqueducts -- leftovers from an empire built two thousand years ago -- dot the landscape. These fixtures, along with Roman documents, combine for an epic story of monumental success and tragic failure.
Rich Brown: Church will continue photographic rescus mission
When First Baptist Church of Carthage turns over its collection of items to the Joplin Museum Complex next month, it will mark an end to its two-year-plus ministry to Joplin tornado victims but not an end to its photo/document rescue mission.
- Church briefs (from Aug. 31 on)
Terry Mattingly: Apple and the age of iSacraments
Exploring the mysteries of Christmas in 2006, Pope Benedict XVI asked his flock to ponder what this season might mean to people living in the Internet age.
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