Last Monday, I received a call from a gentleman that had just moved into the area. Where he got my cell number I don't know, but he was concerned about a gentlemen he had seen at the side of the road.
Liberty County native Bishop Samuel T. Brown loves to bring people good news. Whether he's preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ as a pastor or securing someone a sizeable income tax return through his accounting business, this servant of God just wants to help people.
Everybody has trials and tribulations in their lives. However, God wants you to know that you should not worry about how long you have been going through those trials and tribulations. You should not be fearful while you are going through rough times because He can bring you out of them.
I have an uncle who lived in Indiana and passed away this week. The last couple of years of his journey have been a testimony to God's faithfulness and healing power.
Why should I expect you, or anyone else, to read my column each week? Whatever would possess me to believe that I would have something to say that would be worthy of your time?
One has to wonder how a jealous God feels when we put other things before him.
I think one of the most intriguing things is the tides in our creeks and rivers.
By the time you read this, I will be home from vacation. My wife and I headed to the beach for a little relaxation. I made plans to read, eat seafood and play golf. I ran along the beach and even put my toes in the ocean once or twice – but not too far.
The Bible tells us that God is a jealous God: "For thou shalt worship no other god: for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God: (Exodus 34:14).
The Bethesda Church mission team recently completed its first overseas mission ministry trip to the Dominican Republic.
One of the largest churches in Liberty County, First Baptist Church of Hinesville, recently underwent a change in leadership.
"For every time that You protected me when I did not know Your name, Lord, I say thank you. How You loved me and cared for me when I didn't return the same, I say thank you."
The Rev. Tommy Ray, pastor of Poplar Head Baptist Church in Long County, is following in his father's footsteps. His father was the pastor for more than 30 years at the same church Ray now leads.
I recently returned to my hometown of Pine Bluff, Ark., which is about 45 minutes south of Little Rock, Ark., and has a population of more than 55,000 people. I spent a whole week enjoying the old neighborhood, relaxing with family and gazing in amazement at how things have changed.
I am not a huge fan of the computer. Oh, I am well aware that they have made our lives better in many ways. I am grateful for the ways they make my life easier. I can send pictures to my dad at no cost. I can order stuff online. I can correct spelling and grammar mistakes easily and quickly.
Holy Week is upon us, and that means the sheep of the Good Shepherd are flocking to Jerusalem once again.
As Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a new law this week guaranteeing religious freedom against governmental interference, a debate over whether those laws can be used to trump anti-discrimination protections for lesbians and gays continues, along with the question of how best to legislatively balance those competing interests.
Kids are amazing human beings and are mostly willing to try new things and seek to overcome obstacles. Sometimes, there are pretty huge obstacles to overcome along the way.
In the very beginning of time, the Bible states in Genesis 1:1 that "God created the heavens and the Earth."
Janet Perry has been a Catholic for more than 30 years, yet going to confession still makes her sweat.
The late Christopher Hitchens once ranked, with Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins and Daniel Dennett, among the “four horsemen” of the New Atheism. His most comprehensive attack on religious faith came in a best-seller called — and don’t miss the title’s lowercased first word — “god is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything” (Twelve, 2009).
Many lessons can be drawn from the account of Moses given in the book of Exodus.
Last week, I wrote about the power of words. I want to pick up on that theme one more time because I think it matters so much.
If you passed someone in need, in desperation, would you stop to help?