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JH Ministries Takes to Water

Leila Dycus staff writer A group of special people from Madison First United Methodist Church started this summer with a new journey that would teach them lessons they never knew they were capable of conquering. “I think they learned that they can do what ever they put

We are in desperate need of rain

What???   Here July is almost half over. It seems I’m always talking about how fast time goes by for this old lady and it is hot today (Monday). We are in desperate need of rain. Lord, we do need this today. I love the weekends. I know

When You Intercede, You Sow A Seed

Greetings from The Springs! Here are the upcoming events at USBC: •Junior and Senior Ushers 20th Anniversary….July 27th at 10:00 a.m. •Revival …August 4th-8th 7:30 p.m. nightly •Homecoming/Family & Friends Day…August 10th 10:00 a.m. Also don’t forget that First Lady Toni Terrell will speak at Flat Rock

Leaders Should Be Readers

Reading is drudgery for most people. According to the Jenkins Group, a research company, 33 percent of high school graduates will not read another book after graduation. We live in a visual culture where information is gained at the click of a button. With the advent of DVR’s, On Demand Cable and

Olympic swimmers at the Bulldog Grandslam Swim

We were all saddened to hear the news on this past Sunday afternoon that Dean Strange, who was only 35 years old, had passed away.  Bless his heart; he had been fighting lung and breathing problems for a long, long time.  He fought a long, hard, and brave

A useful life can’t be entirely peaceful and carefree

Sunday morning attendance was good for the worship service. Some members are still on vacation and others are out due to sickness and jobs. Our prayers go out to each one. We welcome our visitors, as they are faithful to come each week and bless us with

Bible school at Buckhead was successful

I was saddened to learn of the death of Dean Strange on Sunday evening. He had been sick over four years. He had been hospitalized many times during his illness. Many wonderful people had prayed during the time of his illness. This time God saw that it

Be Aware of Yourself Day at MCMS

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick and Natalie Byrd staff writer The First Annual BAY (Being Aware of Yourself) Day was held Saturday, July 12 at the Morgan County Middle School to educate people about their health and encourage people to take an active role being aware of their own

7,000 marijuana plants seized

By Patrick Yost editor A public tip led to the seizure of more than 7,000 marijuana plants in a densely wooded area between Georgia Highway 83 and Clack Road. Officers from the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Natural Resources and Madison Police Department converged on the

Morgan Celebrates the Fourth