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IN THE CARPENTER’S WORKSHOP: Sunday school

Sunday school is one of the most important times that children or adult Christians will ever have. What an irony that most Christians never go to Sunday school on a regular basis.

Community rallies to support cancer, accident victims

Dozens and dozens of ATVs made their way onto Charles Ferguson’s land off Ridge Road on Saturday, July 12, when Vernon Hill community members rallied together to host a benefit fundraiser for three close friends and family members.

IN THE CARPENTER’S WORKSHOP: Miracles

One thing which God’s people have always done to keep on going is to remember the miracles that he has performed.  Sometimes we celebrate the miracles he has done for others.  At other times, we remember the ones he has done for us.

Expert reveals secrets of straw bale gardening

Fortune shined upon us in March of 2013 when we read an article in Carolina Country entitled, “Grow a Straw Bale Garden.” 

Climbing to Heaven for art

With the Tour de France currently raging in Europe, many fans are thinking of the giant mountains that racers face almost daily.  How do they climb those massive peaks on their bikes, and how do they do it over and over?

IN THE CARPENTER’S WORKSHOP: How’s your appraisal going?

It is a fact that we are being evaluated everyday.  The words we say, the actions we take, they are all out there for public perusal.  

Reception honors artist Bob Cage

“Chance/Chants: New Works by Bob Cage” is the featured exhibit at The Prizery during the months of July and August.

A Fourth of July prayer

When we set off firecrackers, eat hot dogs and burgers and otherwise celebrate the Fourth of July, let us not forget that we were founded by people of Christian faith who not only believed in God, but trusted in him for their future.  Every now and then the idea will pop up that God is dead or that we don’t need to follow his direction.  The cacophony of believers all across the world refute that by their very existence. We should do more.

Parkinson’s, nine decades not slowing down county artist

“Chance/Chants: New Works by Bob Cage” will be the featured exhibit at The Prizery during the months of July and August.

National Night Out fundraiser set July 8

Local law enforcement department heads Chief James Binner, Sheriff Fred Clark and Chief Kevin Lands invite citizens to join them on Tuesday, July 8, from 5-8 p.m. at Italian Delight to raise funds for National Night Out.