SAVANNAH - Two feuding Episcopal church groups have settled a long-running dispute, years after a Savannah congregation split from the Episcopal Church amid a dispute over homosexuality.
We all have experienced conflict and criticism from someone in our lives. Those 'someone's' could be members of our family, co-workers, friends, spouses, fellow church members and friends, even strangers.
Many people view walking as an inexpensive and healthy form of exercise. Still others walk for worthy causes.
In the economical times we are experiencing it doesn't take much to be negative. Being positive requires action, such as having faith, thinking positive and being determined.
I would like to paraphrase an interesting story about an old-timer who lived in a small rural Southeastern town near Coastal Georgia. Everyone thought he was a man of great wisdom. He sat on his front porch every evening and kept an eye on what happened in his neighborhood. He often was visited by people of the town, especially younger men and women seeking advice on matters.
The Alliance of Administrators' time of extensive planning and coordinating is almost over. The group's 2012 conference - one of the largest in Liberty County - is set for April 27-28.
The Bible tells us in Romans 5:6, "For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly."
This week we were packing our suitcases to go out of town a few days with the grandkids. Two of them packed their own bags, but we went through them to see what they might have forgotten.
God's word cannot be ignored. One day, each person will give an accounting. On that day, it will be too late to change what we have done.
Normally, today is the day before Tax Day. Because April 15 falls on Sunday, we are getting a break this year.
In Romans 12:2, Paul says we shouldn't conform to the pattern of this world, but that we should be transformed by the renewing of our minds.
The Shepherds in Concert are back, and ready for another exciting performance.
Another wondrous Easter and Passover celebration has come and gone. Christians around the world reflected on the values given to us through God's word.
As I sit in my office, I look out across the front yard of the church and see the signs of spring. It seems like overnight everything became so green. It's like the Lord above waved his arm across the earth and changed the landscape from just color to high definition.
This day must have been the darkest and most difficult for the followers of Jesus.
Wrapping up the holy month of Ramadan, 1.6 billion Muslims around the world are amping up their worship during the last 10 days of ...
The government's health care law mandating contraception coverage does not impinge on the religious liberty of an order of Roman Catholic nuns and Christian ...
After a weeklong South American visit in which he delivered direct criticism of "unbridled capitalism," Pope Francis returned to the Vatican on Monday pledging to ...
"Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may ...
Japanese Buddhists around the world celebrates their ancestry Monday with the Obon Festival.
The Zionites have been preparing for this grand celebration all year.
In the summer of 1995, Mubin Shaikh traveled throughout Pakistan, volunteering with a missionary group in the sweltering summer heat.
Episcopal Church leaders adopted rituals for same-sex marriage ceremonies, making it the third mainline Protestant denomination in America to do so.
Muslims throughout the world are observing Ramadan, also known as the month of fasting. Given the atrocities committed during this month by so-called Muslims, I ...
Darryl Waters says he was raised by devout Christian grandparents in the quaint bayou community of Gibson, Louisiana.