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“Everything has its time”

By Terry Hopkins The Bible says, “To everything there is a season. A time for every purpose under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck what is planted; a time to kill, and a time

“We all want to pass the test”

By T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from The Springs! You know how in school when the teacher gives you homework it seems to make you depressed? Well, Pastor T gave us homework and we view it as a challenge. We all want to pass the test! Don’t worry.

Unfinished projects? Meet the Stitching Sisters

By Nancy Darby My grandma quilted. Did yours? Her hands never stayed still. I still remember her sitting through the evening watching “Gunsmoke” and piecing her quilts. I never was interested in her craft until long after she was gone and I was well into my 40s.

Tragedy shocks beloved Sugar Creek community

By Mae Buice I am truly having the worst time getting this article started today, been in a stupor for several days, but I will put something together. You might want to call it “shell shock.” Sundays are always beautiful days regardless of what goes on outside.

Bro. Ron looks to Psalms 138 for message, “How to face God in troubles or difficulties”

By Margie Ward Attendance on Sunday morning was good we were glad to see some of the older members back after being out for different reasons. We were blessed as several visitors came to worship with us. We pray they received a blessing and were encouraged by

Columnist dreads early autumn’s falling oak leaves

By Betty Moore Well it seems that we must be into an early fall. Our oak tree leaves are falling. I dread it when they all fall. There are several trees in the yard with large leaves. That really makes for a huge mess. I usually let

Columnist predicts early frost for October: “Hold me to it!”

By Rachel Harper What a beautiful, beautiful morning on this Monday morning! It was 59 degrees when I came into the kitchen; fall is beginning to fill the air. There was another big, thick fog on this past Thursday, Aug. 22, that I did see. So, I think we will definitely

Found the lost: Study by the Madison-Morgan Conservancy uncovers “Walton Mill’s Hidden Past”

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Down there near the southern extremes of Morgan County near the Jasper County border, there’s a secret that remained hidden in the woods for generations. It wasn’t murder, and it wasn’t scandal. In fact, it was the beginning of Georgia’s industrial revolution,

Lavender and Garden Latin: It’s all in the name, Hudak says

By Stephanie Hudak Through these columns I have been telling you how important it is to refer to the botanical names of plants so that you get the right one when you are at the nursery and, more importantly, so that you know what will successfully grow

On Cambodia: “Kids in Koh Preah”

By Hannah Bumgarner In July 2013 I took a trip to the other side of the world, where I visited the Kingdom of Cambodia. I went with a group of students from around the United States. We were part of a global citizenship school called Students Shoulder