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Pilgrim Reflections: Dad: The Family Shepherd

By Tom Smith Father’s Day. This coming Sunday, June 16th, we’ll observe it and here’s hoping you’ll take the time to honor your dad if he’s still living. And, even…

ATTENTION Fellow Christians, Churches and Residents of DeWitt

Deliverance Praise Center is in need of a church building due to unfortunate circumstances. Pastor Bob and First Lady Ruthie Hobbs are loyal servants of God who travel from Summit,…

Gillett UMC Family Picnic

Gillett UMC Family Picnic

The Gillett United Methodist Family Picnic was held at the church parking lot on Wednesday afternoon. Over 60 friends and family of the church enjoyed playing basketball, baggo, volleyball and…

Pilgrim Reflections: Are Natural Disasters God’s Will?

By Tom Smith Well, are they? That’s possibly your initial response to the question posed in this week’s article. If so, it accomplished its purpose—for the recent rash of deadly…

Weekly Sermon: The Last Church Age

By Pastor William Wood   In Revelation chapters two and three, we see seven church ages list, the last one being the Laodicean age. No real student of the Bible…

Pilgrim Reflections: Musings on Memorial Day

By Tom Smith It’s a time for remembering. Yes, that’s what Memorial Day is all about with regards to reflecting on and giving thanks for all the men and women…

The Search Committee

 By Pastor Steve Ellison   When a church is without a pastor, many people become anxious, and some become very anxious. Selecting the pastor becomes a high priority and rightly…

Bayou Meto United Methodist Church Homecoming May 26, 2013

Bayou Meto United Methodist Church, located on 1090 Hwy 276 in the Bayou Meto community, will celebrate its 132th year of ministry on the Grand Prairie during the annual Homecoming…

Leaving Jesus Behind

By Pastor Steve Ellison The gospels record many instances that show that when Jesus wound up in a setting in which He was with a just a few people or…

Pilgrim Reflections: On Conscience, Conviction and Courage

By Tom Smith “To thine own self be true.” Such was the advice Polonius gave to his son, Laertes, in the Shakespearean play “Hamlet.” In so doing he was encouraging…