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Civil War Sesquicentennial Observance: Steele Vs Smith

By Don Roth On March 23, Gen Steele’s army of 8500 men left Little Rock, on a disagreeable march toward Shreveport while consuming short rations. The head of the column…

A Lenten Thought

By Michael P. Daniel “Once you were darkness, but now in the Lord you are light. Live as children of light – for the fruit of the light is found…

State Capitol Week in Review

By Senator Jonathan Dismang After approving a $5 billion budget for state government, the legislature officially adjourned the 2014 Fiscal Session. All but a few of the 300 bills approved…

Between the Lines

By Brenda Blagg There is one issue voters of any political stripe should agree upon. It has to do with the accountability of government, which is as important at the…

Eyes of a Fool

By Michael L. Waldroup PROVERBS 12:15 15 The way of a fool [is] right in his own eyes: but he that hearkeneth unto counsel [is] wise. It takes God a…

Commissioned!

By Pastor Steve Ellison The Bible speaks a lot about fruit bearing. Adam and Eve were told to be fruitful and multiply. Noah was told be fruitful and multiply. Jacob…

Weekly Sermon

By William Wood “God Said So” We recently published a sermon entitled “What is Truth.” We wish to continue that discussion. The starting point of all discussion about truth must…

Pilgrim Reflections

By Tom Smith “Are We Seeing Biblical Prophecy Fulfilled? There may be more going on right now than meets the eye. Biblical scholars in “End Time” events are having a…

Five Things Your Parents Didn’t Mean to Teach You

By Beth H. Macy Parents do the best they can to raise you with the tools they have. Many parents would be shocked to know that their children were little…

Police Reports

DeWitt March 17, 2014 – I was dispatched to the Dewitt Hospital Parking Lot for an parking lot accident. Upon arrival I met with the two vehicle owners. The first…