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Sundays used to be special days with my grandmother. Each Sabbath, the woman we called “Mama” taught Sunday school, sang in the choir, then filled her dinner table with a buffet of Southern cooking, fried chicken or pot roast, chicken and dumplings and collards, making certain every family member had a favorite on the table. more

Burnwell Bible Church of God was overflowing in November 1990 for the funeral of singer/songwriter Charles "Rusty" Goodman. Nearly 200 people packed the church and another 25 watched outside on a closed-circuit television.

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• There is no question the Airport Road road project has ramped up in activity in the past week or so, as now crews are working at night and traffic has to be stopped and started even then.

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The apostle Paul states in 1 Corinthians 12:13 that the Corinthians had been baptized by one Spirit into one body.

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The hot seat that President Lyndon Johnson found himself on in November 1967 happened to be a pew. The priest putting him on the spot was the Reverend Dr. Cotesworth Pinckney Lewis, the first rector of St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Jasper.

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The editorial staff of The Daily Northwestern, the student newspaper at Northwestern University, made everyone unhappy with the paper's response to a protest that took place when Jeff Sessions … more
I have been reluctant to say anything, thinking most people might not care to read about this. But so many of you have asked about my eyesight, or even said you have prayed for me, that I thought I … more
Always be the best possible version of yourself because one day when you leave this world, what will you have to show other than the way you treated others. more
One of the Devil’s biggest weapons in his bag of dirty tricks is condemnation. To condemn means “to pronounce to be guilty, to sentence to punishment, or to pass judgment against.” Satan is … more
The 1996 Veterans Day Parade featured a special tribute to Congressman Tom Bevill, who had announced in December 1995 that he was retiring after 30 years in D.C.Bevill, a veteran of World War II and … more
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