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Sixty-fifth National Day of Prayer focuses on bringing biblical principles back into the lives of citizens

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer Our forefathers started it more than 200 years ago. No matter how much debate occurs today with regard to the separation of church and state, as…

Appearances are deceiving

By Pastor Jeremy Blevins, Richmond United Methodist Church “Jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury.…

Be careful little ears what you hear

Many of us undoubtedly remember the children’s song which told us to “be careful little eyes what you see and be careful little ears what you hear.” That was practical…

Taming the tongue: gossip is wrong, no matter what the experts say

By Liz Johnson, Richmond News Staff Writer We’ve all done it. Gathered around the water cooler and talked about this person or that person. When we were in school, gossip…

So who then, are you to judge?

Lately it feels as if I have constantly encountered Christianity in the form of the desire to judge others, even based on what they have interpreted the word of God…

Fill your heart and soul with the hope of Jesus

In his book, “Man’s Search for Meaning,” Viktor Frankl tells of his years trapped in the indescribable horrors of Auschwitz and Dachau. He was transported there like a despised animal…

The only way to God is through Jesus Christ

By Chaplain Mike Bliss, Ray County Jail Chaplain “Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.'” –…

Holy Week message is one of eternal life

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer As is the custom in Ray County, folks gathered to celebrate the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ at noon, Monday through Thursday during…

What can wash away your sins?

By Rev. BarBara Harper, Ward Chapel CME, Richmond Everyone remembers something about his/her childhood. Well, I remember washday. My Mama would have three washtubs. One washtub was to wash the…

Are we willing to hear the truth?

By Dr. William Isaacson/Senior Pastor, Richmond First Baptist Church In the day and age we are living, one of the greatest detriments to our society is the speed to which we…