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Faith

  • Renewed faith

    Anyone visiting or driving by St. Charles Catholic Church may notice a bright, white statue depicting the crucifixion of Jesus. The statue was first built in 1946 in memory of a former student at St. Mary’s College, and it was recently restored.

    “It is my hope that future generations of the community will visit it as a reminder of what it represents,” said John Browning, a member of the St. Charles cemetery committee.

  • Tibetan Monks’ schedule of events

    Seven monks from the Labrang Tashi Kyil Monastery in Dehra Dun, India, will be visiting Marion County through Sunday. These monks are part of the same tradition as the Dalai Lama.

    • Every day through Friday, Oct. 11: Mandala sand painting at the Marion County Public Library, starts at 9 a.m. Come once or make multiple visits to see the monks’ progress. For more information, call 270-692-4698.

  • 10-2-13 Church Briefs

    Revival
    Calvary’s Way Church will be presenting “In His Presence Ministry” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7 at Hampton Inn. Revivalists will be Glenn and Jessica Meldrum from Phoenix, Arizona. Pastors are Steve and Sandra Rawlings. For more information call 270-692-0789.

  • Now I want to sing

     

  • Life Matters: What murderers cannot kill

    By Dr. David B. Whitlock

  • Church briefs (Sept. 25)

    Friends and Family Day
    First Baptist Church on N. Depot St. will be having a Friends and Family Day at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 29.

  • 9-18-13 Church Briefs

    Bible Day Camp
    Gravel Switch United Methodist Church will be hosting a Bible Day Camp from 2 to 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21. The event will include music, lessons, crafts, games, and at 5:30 p.m. there will be a community cookout and live music with a campfire and story telling.
    Prayer Day

  • 9-11-13 Church Briefs

    Luncheon

  • Enjoying the prime of your life

     

  • Got directions?

    I was remembering an old story the other day about a businessman barreling through the countryside in his Lincoln Town Car. The guy is hopelessly lost and stops in a little one horse town he happens upon, pulling into a service station in the days when service stations were actually service stations. The attendant saunters out, chewing on a straw, and asks the man what he needs. “I’m lost,” the businessman confesses.
    The gas station attendant squints at the driver and asks, “Do you know where you are?”