Following his adulterous affair with Bathsheba, King David felt miserable. Guilt, one of the most unpleasant human emotions, drained his life of the joy that had made him a composer and singer of sweet songs, a man whose heart was filled with praise. Now he lived under a threatening cloud ev…
Dear Savvy Senior,
For nearly a year, our church had been preparing for a week-long youth outreach headed by a well known speaker. Then, shortly before the kick-off date, I discovered there was another event scheduled in our community on the same dates as our planned
MUSKEGON — Project 1M, an organization focused on igniting and uniting a million people for God through community outreach, announced today that they will be holding a City Serve Day in Muskegon’s McLaughlin Neighborhood Park on August 15th.
I’ve had it with national negatives. Perhaps the news ribbon running across my television screen alerting me to every major crisis in America has something to do with it. Whatever the cause may be…please tell me something good about my country.
In his book, “There’s a Lot More to Health than not being Sick,” Bruce Larsen tells about a friend who he says is one of the happiest people he knows. Larsen describes him
WHITEHALL – The Lebanon Lutheran Church, 1101 S. Mears Ave. has a long standing history of holding day camps for the children of the community.
We are pleased to announce Lebanon Lutheran Church will hold outdoor worship Wednesday, June 24 at 7:00 pm and invite the community with safe-distancing protocol in place.
Editor’s note: It’s been said, “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” My Dad, Roger Campbell, would truly be lamenting this year’s sidelining of “the boys of summer” and our “All-American Pastime.” Reflecting on that prompted the reprinting of this favorite column. We hope it reviv…
During a former memorial season, my column carried readers back to a country cemetery where I reminisced about family members who were no longer with us. My title that week was “When It Hurts to Remember;” a fitting title, I believe, because remembering the passing of people who have been de…