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Pilgrim Reflections: Peace

By Tom Smith It’s not the absence of problems; neither is it a cessation of conflict between two nations or the lull before the storm. Instead, it’s the inner equilibrium…

A Thought for the Day

By Michael Daniel   “The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul … Unless…

A New Year’s Resolution

By Pastor Steve Ellison A new year has dawned; it’s time for setting goals and making resolutions. It is time for taking stock of our spiritual progress, our walk with…

No More Gloom

By Pastor Steve Ellison   A sad fact of the Christian existence is that we often live out the same experiences of our Old Testament ancestors.  The prophet Isaiah saw…

Pilgrim Reflections: Comfort for the Sorrowing Soul

By Tom Smith 731 days. That’s how long it’s been since my life was impacted by sorrow in a way I’d never known before or since. In some ways it…

Weekly Sermon: Him That Comes To Christ Will Not Be Cast Out

By William Wood   So says the scripture in John 6:37 “—– Him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out.” To the person then, who does…

WHO CAME TO THE MANGER?

By Dennis Ingle, Pastor, Unity MBC   This time of year we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. We decorate our homes and yard with scenes…

St. Charles, Crocketts Bluff and Ethel News

By Margaret Aycock 870-282-8030 jaymara@hughes.net Betty Jones came home from St. Vincent’s Hospital in Little Rock Tuesday, December 17, after a week’s stay. Her husband, Earl related that some days…

What Do You Give to the Person Who Has Everything?

Rev. Daniel Kirkpatrick, minister First United Methodist Church I hope you’ve completed your Christmas shopping since we’re now on the home stretch. Some of us are last minute shoppers and…

Recognizing the Babe in the Manger

By Pastor Steve Ellison   At the time of the first Christmas faithful Jews were looking in anticipation for the promised Messiah, but I imagine most had grown weary and…