I’m 40, and I can think of two ‘once in a lifetime’ events during my time. One was Hurricane Katrina. I was living in Jackson and the power was out for days. We couldn’t drink the water, and we grilled just about everything we could thaw out from the deep freeze. I had no clue how bad it really was because cell towers were down. There was
By Pastor C. Michael Haas Jr.
Fame Church of God
Good day everyone. Hope you all had a great week. I guess it’s safe to say don’t panic. God is in control, just use good hygiene practices.
The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. — Franklin Delano Roosevelt, first presidential inaugural address, March 3, 1933
Eighty-seven years ago, an earlier president tried to calm fears in the United States by telling his fellow Americans that panic was only making the Great Depression worse.
We shape our lives and the lives around us by the people, places and things we support with our dollars, our votes, and our time.
I was reading in 2 Timothy 3:1 where it says we are living in perilous times. It says, “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.”
The newspaper has been here, is here and will be here to get the message out about our communities, businesses and more.
At a time when audiences across the country are fragmented, nothing beats a newspaper for reach, affordability, flexibility and impact especially since our newspapers mix our print, email and social media together.
By Sis. Linda Dempsey
Highways & Hedges
Hey parents, my word is for you today. I’m a parent and know the responsibility very well. I’ve said the hardest thing I’ve ever done was being a parent.
Greetings and thank God for prayer.
God made a way to communicate with him. I thank God that through the prayers of the saints, the Lord has brought me through many things in my life.
I was reading in a devotional book this morning and it touched me so.
It was about a teacher that asked her students to give a speech titled “What I Would Like for My Tombstone to Read.” As I was thinking about that, I remembered a song I used to sing years ago called “What Will I Leave Behind?”
Greetings in the name of our Lord.
How wonderful it is to know that Jesus is our blessed Lord. How wonderful to know that he knows all about us.
Psalm 139:1-4: “O Lord, thou hast searched me, and known me.
“Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off.