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By Todd Barrier Our life is sometimes riddled with disappointments. Some are big and some are small. Some shake the foundations of our lives, and some ... Read more
By A. Ray Lee Recently Hurricane Ida roared out of the Gulf of Mexico with 150 mile per hour winds and all but obliterated the picturesque fishing village on Grand Isle. From there it proceeded over the Louisiana bayou country before turning in an arching curve ... Read more
By Randy Garrison As we look back 20 years to Sept. 11, 2001, many memories come back to us – where we were, what we were doing. I ... Read more
By Clif Knight Spending time together has become more difficult for my siblings and me since we all parted ways with the farm, married, moved away, raised our own ... Read more
By Todd Barrier Community is a huge part of being a Christian. Over the past 20 months, online church has grown significantly. The need was ... Read more
By A. Ray Lee For many years while ministering as a pastor, chaplain and encourager, I have stood with countless individuals during crises that included long extended illnesses and death, major ... Read more
By Susan Hayes Hartselle City Schools Federal Programs Coordinator Parents and teachers are partners in developing students’ academic skills, and most are well aware ... Read more
By Catherine Godbey For the Enquirer Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, church leaders and pastors will unite for a ... Read more
By Todd Barrier Obstacles. The word is defined as “a thing that blocks one’s way or prevents or hinders progress.” We all want one word from that definition: “progress.” We ... Read more
By Clif Knight Fall festivals are back after being canceled a year ago because of the COVID-19 virus. What’s more fun than to spend a ... Read more