Religion

Stories about Religion

Feel empowered to let your light shine

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By Matt Nicholson I want you to take a second and remember a time you felt empowered. Before I expand more on this thought, let me...

Suffering is a part of Christian life

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By Steve Greene A group of men are walking along a dusty road. A beggar is sitting beside the road. He is a blind man. He...

We die a little every day

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By The Rev. Jeremy Myers I am dying. I was confronted with this difficult and startling truth on my first Sunday at First Baptist Church...

The Word of God provides some clarity for us

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By Steve Greene We live in a world that is broken. There are constant reminders all around us. Humanity is plagued by sickness, disease, disappointment and...

20 years ago, local group helped clean up apartments near Ground Zero

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[email protected] On the morning of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Jan Engel was sitting at her office at Home Products International in Seymour. There wasn’t...

Immanuel Lutheran Guild meeting held

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The Immanuel Lutheran Guild conducted a regular meeting Tuesday in the fellowship hall at the church with President Joan Nichols presiding. Twenty-three members were...

Friends and Neighbors club meet at Cornerstone Church

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Staff Reports Friends and Neighbors Home Extension Club met Aug. 24 at Cornerstone Community Church with nine members present. Co-hostess Charlotte Lovegrove offered a prayer prior...

Beyond our best guess: Living with ambiguity and adaptability

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By The Rev. Jeremy Myers In the two weeks since our daughter, Mikayla, headed to college, we have communicated with her daily through both text...

What do you need?

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By Pegi Bricker The phrase “Life Happens” is about as true as any secular phrase I have ever heard. I won’t list all the ways it...

What choice will you make?

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By Steve Greene Over the past few weeks, we have considered some of the outlandish claims Jesus made. In one instance, he claimed to be the...