This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Jan. 12
In wintertime 150 years ago in the Civil War, speculation arose in the North about the road ahead to the long conflict.
Classical guitarist to perform at Guild Thursday
Classical guitarist Jeff Bianchi is the featured performer at the next Creative Arts Guild In Concert program.
Dalton man pens book on Revelation
Dalton resident Louis Muse has written a new book titled “Understanding Revelation.” The author has been a student of the Bible for 40 years.
Bryan Collins: Are you where you want to be?
As you read this article we are only a few weeks into the new year of 2014 and your battle with self-discipline may have already slipped regarding the resolutions you made to be and do better this year.
Helpful information from the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Jan. 5
Many soldiers 150 years ago in the Civil War returned to homes on winter furloughs, finding rest after battles and months away from loved ones.
The Rev. G. David Henderson: Happy new you!
“You” written in the headline isn’t a typographical mistake. Today’s devotional presents many scriptures as mirrors reflecting the human spirit of every follower of Jesus, that Christ’s salvation has created with his same heavenly authority and resurrection power (Romans 6:1-13; Ephesians 2:1-6). Our saved human spirit is the “I,” “me” (Galatians 2:20), “self” (Romans 6: 11, 13) and “inner person” (2 Corinthians 4:16) of our humanness. We utilize such to overcome everything resisting our success (Proverbs 18:14).
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Dec. 29
As troops on both sides begin to enter winter camps, fighting has subsided with the onset of cold weather this month 150 years ago in the Civil War.
The Rev. Rodney B. Weaver: ‘The bell tolls for ...'
The year 2013 is fastly coming to an end. After today, there are only three days left. The month of December has proven to be very challenging. Dec. 14 marked a year since the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. Families are still grieving due to last year’s tragic event. South African political activist Nelson Mandela succumbed to death during this month. His exit from the world stage caused all to remember his inspirational example of sacrifice for a cause. December marked his exit.
Misty Watson: Who would be my Person of the Year?
So Pope Francis is Time’s Person of the Year for 2013.
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