Month: May 2017

Godly Mothers by Bruce Cannon is just in time for Mother’s Day on May 14, 2017

Bear Creek Baptist Church Godly Mothers By Rev. Bruce Cannon Mitchell County What would be a very worthy topic to write about during the month of May?  Spring is bringing forth new life.  The flowers are blooming, trees are leafing out and the weather is wonderful.  But the Lord did not lead me to write about any of those topics this month.  Instead, He brought to my heart the blessing of having Godly mothers.  May, as you know, is the month we celebrate Mother’s Day.  How blessed is a home to have a Godly mom who nurtures her children,...

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Celebrate Recovery an Editorial by Barbara Harrell tells us that we need community support.

Celebrate Recovery Community Support By Barbara Harrell Mitchell County Praise God, people are beginning to recognize the importance of dealing with the drug issues head on.  This region, as well as the entire state and region, are losing too many young people to this horrible disease.  What’s to be done, though.  Many community agencies, churches, and law enforcement are beginning to come together.  For some time, I have felt the faith community has been working on their own and the other entities have been doing the same thing.  Our community is coming together with a representative panel of interested...

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Remember When…By Preacher Chris Rathbone is a walk through memory lane!

Mine Creek Baptist Church Remember when… By Preacher Chris Rathbone Mitchell County Located in the Northern part of Mitchell County is a community called Tipton Hill. I’m certainly not being disrespectful when I say this, but its one of those places that if you’re not a local you probably won’t even realize you have driven by it. Sort of like the Estatoe community where I grew up. The only reason most people would realize they were in Estatoe was that one green state sign that had the name written on it! Though it’s closed now, at one time, there...

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Clint’s Chronicles on the Funny Farm has found a beastie in the beans.

The Rest of the Story:  This was the second Funny Farm Story that Clint wrote back in 2010.  He was just getting his sea legs, so to speak, on writing these articles.  As I read back through them, I see the supper table, a big home cooked meal that Barbara had prepared, and usually a cake of some kind to finish off the meal.  This is where we had the pleasure of listening to Clint’s tale of the day and the adventures he had been subjected to, in reality, had created for himself.  One of his enduring qualities was...

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Life Lessons-Sowing Seeds by Doug Harrell tells us what the most important seed is .

Life Lessons Sowing Seeds By Doug Harrell When you hear the words “sowing seeds”, what comes into your mind?  Do you see a farmer out in the field sowing seeds by hand, or with a crank seeder, a gardener in the garden, or does another picture pop into your mind’s eye?  I have spent a lifetime sowing all kinds of seeds as a farmer, but today I want to talk about different kinds of seed that we sow, even if we never venture into a fertile field of dirt. Let me take a moment and look at different kinds...

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