Rincon Church of God will host the annual Rincon Community Holy Week noonday services, Monday through Friday, March 17-21 at 12:05 p.m. each day. This year's theme is "Journey to the Cross."
Guyton Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) will host the Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock as preacher for a revival beginning Palm Sunday, March 16, at 11 a.m. and continuing that evening and Monday and Tuesday evenings, March 17-18, at 7 p.m.
Springfield United Methodist Church invites everyone to come and enjoy gospel singer and songwriter Michael Bright live in concert on Feb. 24 at 6 p.m.
As part of the outreach mission of the Rincon Church of God, the church's C.A.R.E (concern, acceptance, responsibility and encouragement) Board is now an Angel Food Ministries order and distribution site.
First Baptist Church of Rincon will host a Team Impact crusade Feb. 6-10 at 7 p.m. each night.
Overcoming by Faith Ministries will hold a special night of praise and worship with award-winning gospel artist Canton Jones on Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. in the church's main sanctuary. The event is free and everyone is invited to attend.
St. Boniface opened its doors to all Christians in Effingham County, inviting them to join them in celebrating those things that bind us together as believers in Christ.
President Gordon B. Hinckley, who led The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints through 12 years of global expansion, has died at the age of 97.
24/7 Teen Ministries of Rincon Church of God will be sponsoring Refuel '08 on Jan. 18-20. Services will begin at 6:30 p.m. nightly and will be held in the church's main sanctuary. The event is free and everyone is invited to attend.
How, when, where and why did Jesus pray? What can we learn from His prayer life that will help us in our own prayers? What are some of the barriers that prevent us from having a good prayer life?
First Baptist Church of Rincon is changing the time of its evening worship service to an earlier time. Effective Jan. 20, evening worship will be at 6 p.m.
"In order to unite with one another, we must love one another; in order to love one another, we must know one another; in order to know one another, we must go and meet one another."
Harvest Temple Church in Springfield will be collecting shoes for those in need, thanks to a donation from Lowe's in Rincon.
This morning, as I was getting off I-95 at the Abercorn Extension exit, I came across a person asking for a handout. You can call them panhandlers or street people, I suppose; the Bible just calls them beggars.
This past week I spoke with a friend about encountering failure. His business was going south, and I reminded him of the many people who were able to use failure in a positive way, indeed some that would tell you their later success was precisely due to their experience of failure.
Recently, a little boy met Pope Francis and told him that he was sad over his dog dying. The father of the Roman Catholic Church reportedly told the boy that his companion will be waiting for him in heaven.
It's interesting, isn't it, how history repeats itself? Often, the similarities are not only remarkable but also ironic.
About the time you read this, hundreds will be assembling to pay tribute to the life of longtime Springfield dentist and friend to all, Dr. Donald Nelson.
You may have heard Paul Harvey's modern day parable of the Christmas story, which was first broadcast in 1965. The first time I heard the story, I was a little boy driving around in our family's station wagon with my father. I recall that this simple yet profound story made a big impact on me. Perhaps you might share this parable, which is aired every year at 12 noon on Christmas Day on stations that run Paul Harvey's program, with others.
First Baptist Church of Rincon and Springfield are coming together to perform "The Nativity" Symphony at the historic Mars Theatre.
Author Harriet Richie relates an incident in her family's life that revealed to her the true nature of Christmas: Following their church's Christmas Eve service, Harriet's family decided to stop somewhere for a late-night breakfast. The only place open that late on Christmas Eve was a truck stop off the nearby interstate.
Do you want to do something this Christmas season that is just plain old-fashioned family building and fun? Sit down all together and watch "It's a Wonderful Life."
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