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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
  • Gospel singer strikes a chord with new album
    Gospel singer Aubri Colescott hopes to strike a chord with her debut worship album, Anthems and Arrows. In releasing a CD, Colescott hopes to use her music, talent, and personality to help people develop a more meaningful relationship with God.
  • 3/6/2017
    I didn’t plan it that way, but the top of our bedroom dresser has become the place to keep my hats—at least some of them. The four hats that currently rest there remind me of different roles that I play in life.
  • 2/3/2017
    A Sermon by Fred R. Harrold, deceased, Ludlow, IL, February 1, 1959. Adapted for distribution by Richard Sprague, Kempton, IN 2016. Scripture texts: Matthew 16:15-20, Acts 20:28-35
  • Managing a mission
    Josh Salsbery is ready to live the dream he had as a young boy. “When I was five, six, or seven, I was very drawn to the missionary life,” Salsbery said. “Now, along with my wife and children, I get a chance to finally realize that dream.”
  • 1/16/2017
    Dennis the Menace was once sitting in a pew next to his father at a church service. Obviously unimpressed with what was going on around him, Dennis looked up at his father and asked, “Is it OK if we leave at half time?”
  • 11/18/2016
    A couple of deer hunters were walking across a field. They had been warned by the landowner that there was a mean bull in that pasture, but the hunters were not concerned.
  • 11/1/2016
    In 1776, when our nation was in its infancy, the population was about 3 million people. Out of those 3 million people came such statesmen as George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and many others that we have studied about in our history books.
  • 9/16/2016
    (I heard Tommy Oaks tell this story several years ago. I hope you enjoy it.) My uncle Charlie was one of the best hunters around. He used to take only 3 bullets with him when he went into the woods. He said anything more than that was just extra weight to carry around.
  • The Case of the turnkey church
    Lots of people buy turnkey houses and condominiums because they don’t like the idea of having to do renovation. Everything is ready for the buyer to move right in. But a turnkey church? Who ever heard of that?
  • Acacia strives for lasting legacy
    Hoshaw is proud of the educational foundation Acacia has laid, but he and his staff are not content to rest on their laurels.
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