Berry College’s House O’ Dreams will host an Easter Sunday service at 7 p.m. Berry College Chaplin Jon Huggins is preaching and the Mount Berry Church worship band will lead music. Buses will start at 6 p.m. to shuttle people from the Frost Chapel parking lot to the House O’ Dreams where refreshments will be provided during the service. Frost Chapel will serve as the back-up location in case of rain.
I’m not going to be negative, but the idea is that when we begin to say, “I can remember,” that’s a sign that we’re getting a little older.
Jena Owens is gifted when it comes to cutting hair, which is a reason she decided to use her talent to pay for part of a mission trip.
I want to begin on a positive note which will bring confidence and hope to each of us. Life is worth living. You and I know a lot of folks who seem determined by the way they live to prove that life isn’t worth the struggle.
After a stressful week at school Jody McDaniel, 15, of Rome, says he always remembers he can unwind with the St. Peter’s Episcopal Young Churchman youth group.
North Rome Church of God’s Passion Play is a free play that details the life, lessons and death of Jesus Christ will continue at the 1929 N. Broad St. church through Sunday. Doors open at 6:15 each night, and the show begins at 7 p.m.
I want to begin this article by sharing with you a question which a searching and frustrated woman once asked me: “How can I know the joy of the Christian life?” “That’s a good question,” I responded, “but before I answer that question I would like for you to answer a question for me.” She looked a bit surprised but promised to do so. “How can one know the joy and thrill of being in love?” “I suppose,” she replied, “by being in love.” “That is a correct answer, and you can only know the joy of the Christian life by being a Christian.”
Officials at the North Rome Church of God are promising a “fresh” look at the life, lessons and death of Jesus Christ for their fourth annual Passion Play, which starts this weekend.
Three years ago the Rev. Gary Graves took a walk with his wife in the park and she made a comment about how it would be the perfect place for an Easter Sunday church service.
Nicodemus slipped around to visit with Jesus one night. He was an honest seeker of the truth. His opening remarks were words of respect and awe. “Rabbi, we know that thou are a teacher come from God, for no man can do these miracles except God be with him.” (John 3:2)
A group of students from Shorter University can say they have gone to the great frontier in order to bring their faith to others.
Prayer is a privilege that belongs to all — it is not reserved for the saints alone. It belongs to the weary, defeated and dejected humanity. The Father-Son relationship that Jesus expressed so clearly through his teachings and his life gives us insight into the true nature of God.
Sometimes, earthly troubles and sorrows will bring us closer to God, and sometimes they simply send us away with bitterness in our hearts and burdens we can’t bear.
More than 150 people gathered in the Greater Bethlehem Temple Church fellowship hall Sunday to celebrate Black History Month through the power of song.
I have lived a long time, and God has blessed me more than I could ever deserve. I am indebted to God for everything good that I have and have done.
For Sam Raper of Rome, spending his sunny Sunday afternoon working on a stonework door seal on a Silver Creek house was his way of honoring God.
There are two very memorable scenes in the life of Jesus that are depicted in stained glass or other art forms. One pictures Jesus standing patiently by the closed door waiting for an invitation to enter. The other is a vivid picture of the good Shepherd searching for or rescuing the sheep that strayed from the fold.
Are there things that need to be changed in your life? If the answer to this question is yes, then you ought to take them to Jesus.
An eating disorder can be a serious psychological problem and having something as simple as support while experiencing empathy can make a difference.
George MacDonald said to the men of his generation — “You are like little children playing in the gutter, searching for things. Behind you is a palace, and in it sits your father, the King. You won’t listen. You won’t even turn around and look. I don’t care what you find, shillings, vegetables, pennies. You can’t be happy.”
Sean Kilpatrick’s dreamed of being a pastor for the first time when he was just 9 years old, and now he’s leading Chapel Hill United Methodist Church’s congregation.