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A Holy and Merry Christmas

Some of my earliest memories center on church services at Christ Church (Episcopal) in Pt. Pleasant, W.Va., and especially the Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. It was called the “Midnight Mass” not because, as one would think, it started at the strike of 12 a.m., but because the actual taking of Holy Communion, and the closing of the service, was around midnight.

Making your life count

Does my life really count? Am I making a difference? Those are questions I ask myself and God every day - some days more than others. I too often get caught up in details of matters that really don’t matter one bit in view of eternity. That’s the battle of busyness.

Church news 11-28-14

God’s Way Fellowship Baptist Church, 1601 Commerce Road, will host the fifth Sunday mission and Selma Walls Family and Friends Day at 11 a.m. Sunday. The guest speaker will be Phyllis Walls, a pastor from Hot Springs.

Giving to those in need

Charles Spurgeon once called a meeting of his board to consider a pressing financial need of his famous Tabernacle. The members all agreed that the thing to do was to pray until the Lord sent the supply. At this point Mr. Spurgeon interrupted, “Wait a minute! Before you begin this prayer meeting there is something I’d like to do.”

Another prodigal son’s story

There is something poignant about “homecoming celebrations” — people who have been separated by time and distance or those who have simply grown apart, deciding to make the effort to come together and celebrate the relationships that were, often in the very places they were forged.

A Christian’s vote

Did you know that only one out of every four Christians vote? That’s just 25%! No wonder America is losing its foundation of traditional Christian values. Christianity is the moral fiber on which our nation was founded.