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A Thought for the Day

By Michael Daniel   “Our life always expresses the result of our dominant thoughts.”  Soren Kierkegaard   This is a good way to begin taking stock of our lives to…

Pilgrim Reflections: The Trayvon Martin Tragedy

By Tom Smith It reveals more about us than it does them. Most likely, every one of you reading this column have heard of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. And,…

St. Charles Baptist Church VBS Registration Block Party

St. Charles Baptist Church VBS Registration Block Party

Pilgrim Reflections

K.I.S.S.   By Tom Smith Sometimes the solution’s right in front of our nose. Way back in 1969 I got my first exposure to newspaper work by beginning a part-time…

Faith Baptist’s Vacation Bible School

Faith Baptist’s Vacation Bible School

Faith Baptist Church hosted vacation bible school for the local children during the week of June 24th. The closing ceremony was held on Thursday evening, June 27th with musical performances…

Weekly Sermon: The Gospel of Christ was, and is an Offense

By William Wood   Two thousand years ago, the Gospel that Jesus Christ preached caused His death! The people in the church at Jerusalem were firmly resolved to walk in…

Pilgrim Reflections: Life Lessons From A Rollercoaster

By Tom Smith It’s amazing what you can learn from the front seat of a speeding rollercoaster. Especially when you’re 60-years-old. First, you realize rollercoasters are better suited for those…

A Thought for the Day

By Michael Daniel “See that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil.  Therefore do not be unwise, but understand what…

Being Good, Doing Good

 By Pastor Steve Ellison   The Apostle Paul trained and equipped Titus to oversee the churches on the island of Crete. Paul wrote Titus a letter which is part of…

Pilgrim Reflections: The Voice of Truth and Freedom

By Tom Smith There were 56 of them. They knew the ramifications of signing their names. But, still they signed the Declaration of Independence on August 2, 1776 and the…