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Don’t be misled by false statements. Surrender only to the Lord

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer This meme (inset) was trending around Facebook a few weeks ago and gave me cause for concern, especially with the amount of shares and likes it…

Jesus is the door to our eternal life

By Rev. BarBara Harper/Ward Chapel AME Church, Richmond Door – a movable, usually solid barrier for opening and closing an entranceway. A door represents either access or denial, depending on…

There is hope – and mystery – in us

There is a mystery in which we live as followers of Jesus.  It is not a mystery to us but a mystery through us.  You see, it is a mystery to…

The responsibility of stronger links

By Jeremy Blevins/Pastor, Richmond United Methodist Church There is a popular saying that goes, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.”  The first time I really grasped…

Who really killed Jesus, and why do we still blame the Jews?

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer I recently went back to southern New Jersey for a mini reunion with a group of classmates.  This trip would be bittersweet in that 42 years…

For the truth, walk the way Jesus walked

Beware of false teachings, the misleading from charismatic false prophets By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer A co-worker recently asked me if I was becoming numb to the massive amount of mass…

New Lutheran pastor felt called to Richmond

New Lutheran pastor felt called to Richmond

By Liz Johnson/Staff Writer Pastor Troy Slater, the newly installed minister at Faith Lutheran Church, didn’t plan on becoming a minister.  In fact, he had originally attended Fort Hays State…

God is tired of excuses; replace them with faith

Exodus 3:7-15 New International Version (NIV) “The LORD said, ‘I have indeed seen the misery of my people in Egypt. I have heard them crying out because of their slave…

How to find a good, Bible-based church

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer I was raised in the Episcopal faith. My father served as an Episcopal minister for 50 years and my brother is a recently retired Episcopal…

Let’s not mistake God’s actions

As we seek God’s direction in our lives, we often evaluate our current situation. In order to affirm that we are following God’s will for our lives, we use that…