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Greater Solid Rock to host Community Evangelism Block Party
Riverdale church seeks volunteers for prison ministry
Nancy Grace to speak at College Park benefit
New Day Covenant Ministries sponsors youth conference
Tara Baptist Church hosts community market
First Baptist Church, Jonesboro, will host a workshop for couples and individuals who want to deepen their relationships with God.
Annual Men's Day at Knights Monumental, Sunday
I guess parents or other authority figures can sometimes explain and reason till they’re blue in the face, and it finally comes down to, “Because I said so.” And we are asked to trust.
In this week’s lesson, we read of Luke’s account of the Angel Gabriel appearing to a young virgin woman, telling her she had been chosen by God to be the mother of His Son, whom she was to name Jesus.
Family Game Night at Sacred Praise United Methodist
Has joined BET’s ‘Sunday Best’ show
Mitchell, the director of worship and arts for both locations of Higher Living Christian Church, recently captured international attention with his mega-hit CD entitled “Triumphant,” which features the song “Nobody Greater,” and generated 10 Stellar award nominations, winning six.
Former Clayton News Daily education reporter Jacqueline Holness' book, entitled, “After the Altar Call: The Sisters’ Guide to Developing a Personal Relationship With God,” elaborates on a variety of issues some black women face, such as being married three times, being a famous Christian, or leaving the Jehovah’s Witnesses faith for mainstream Christianity.
The American culture has changed dramatically in my lifetime, and I think many, if not the majority of these changes, have been detrimental to our society. One of them has been the lack of –– or at least our failure to use –– discipline.
Our lives were meant to be safe, fruitful, and filled with God’s presence. We’re a far cry from that! And this is OUR doing, not God’s.
The VIP Ministries of Forest Park Baptist Church, 634 Main Street, Forest Park, will meet Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 10:45 a.m., in the church fellowship hall.
Church leaders express views on Ash Wednesday
Though Ash Wednesday is largely known to be recognized by the Roman Catholic Church, other denominations also acknowledge the occasion.
All truths exclude their opposites. For instance, If Christianity is true, then anything opposed to Christianity is false.
Fifth-year anniversary at Greater Works Baptist
Terri Hardin, the wife of baptist preacher, thought it would be cool to do something for girls who can't afford a prom dress, so that ever girl who wants to go to prom can. A quick online search revealed other churches across the country had taken on similar endeavors over the years, with much success.
Christians should be willing to perform the most menial services for one another. We should cultivate a servant-attitude in our personalities.
- New 24-hour gym working out for southside 1 comment
- Lake City centurion gets her own day
- Airport’s White named Clayton’s top business woman
- Flourishing business is a family affair
- A century of memories 2 comments
- Seniors show off dance moves at Mayfest 4 comments
- Houses show the love for birds, sports
- National Archives opens presidential education exhibit
- One stitch at a time
- Fruits, vegetables and friends can be found at The Country Store 1 comment
- ‘Scary Movie’ marks county sound stage’s movie debut 2 comments
- Cage and McCoy at tree lighting gospel celebration
- Do food stamps and coupons mix?
- Rotary Club inspires choirs to record CD
- New television show puts spotlight on charities
- News of the weird, Oct. 8, 2011
- COUPON QUEEN: Extreme Couponing: When too much isn’t enough
- News of the Weird
- Wine-tasting event to support teen moms and House of Dawn
- Clayton Parks and Recreation launches 'Movies' series
- Quilts by sew and sew
- Clayton students shine in Scott’s art competition
- Students with artistic talent wanted
- CSU band ‘count’-ed in for Basie concert
- Macbeth continues in Morrow
- Jonesboro frame shop hosting Fairburn painter 1 comment
- A little bit rouge
- Will Clayton host ‘Scary Movie’ sequel? 1 comment
- Najee to headline Jonesboro jazz fest
- BOC okays Hollywood film to shoot in Clayton