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Centennial News: What is Faith

Dr. Michael Stovall, Columnist One of my good friends is not a Believer, yet. He and I have gotten to be pretty good friends over the last several years. We have had all kinds of conversations about life. I have had multiple opportunities to share the gospel of Jesus

Brownwood News: A Christian bears a cross

Margie Ward, Columnist On Sunday morning attendance was good for worship service, we missed our regular members that were out today hoping they will be back soon, we were blessed by having several of our oder members back that had been out for a while. Our visitors

Writing Bad Checks

By: Alvin Richardson I don’t know how long I’m going to live but when it’s all said and done it will never be said that I led a dull life. Something interesting seems to happen every day or two and I’m certainly glad that I can pass

Lifting the veil

By: Greg Morin “There’s a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state, the other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people.” Commander William Adama, Battlestar Galactica

Perdue – outsourcing the middle class

By: Celia Murray Last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced U.S. employers added 248,000 jobs during September, driving down the nation’s unemployment rate to 5.9%, the lowest rate since July 2008. Georgia’s is a dismal 8.1%. David Perdue will probably take the credit. The Republican Senate candidate

A simple way to protect America from Ebola

By: Fred Johnson columnist When President Obama visited the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta last month he assured us that the “odds of the Ebola virus making it to the U.S. were “extremely low.” And in the unlikely event that the virus does come to America,

Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God

By: T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from the Springs! I know that Heaven rejoiced as USBC had several to be baptized and two christenings. The first baby dedicated was Little Master Robert Leon (T.J.) Terrell, IV. The proud parents are Robert Leon (Trey) Terrell III and Ambernique Carter.

I am already looking forward to Thanksgiving

By: Mae Buice Been having some “nippy” weather, so I guess Fall is in full swing. I hate to see the summer days go. Missed you last week but we had a fabulous week end and I’ll tell you about it. Happy to be back in church

A smattering of frost

By: Rachel Harper Guess what?  We did have a smattering of frost on Sunday morning!  It was 40 degrees here on Sunday morning and when I looked out, I saw a smattering of silver on the grass.  Gertrude Pugh called around 8:30 to tell me there was frost

Best of the Best: A Ferrari magnet

By: Cathy Best This past week, I finished reading, Delicious, Ruth Reichl’s new novel. Without giving away too much, the novel’s protagonist, Billie, is gob-smacked when she discovers a friend has freezer drawers that pull out from under a platform bed. Were these refrigerated drawers for cooling