Organizers are inviting members of their churches to attend and to bring their own chairs as with any event at the park, but volunteers will help ensure families are spread out to satisfy state requirements for social distancing.
The church, the collective body made up of anyone believing in Christ, has never been closed, and shall never be closed.
If carefully studied and understood, I imagine all those before us yearned for answers to life’s most challenging questions.
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What a comfort to know we serve a God whose presence is 24-7-365.
Fear can turn into panic, while faith drives us to freedom.
Hawkins County youngsters will have two ways to get their free lunch this summer, including the Of One Accord ministry’s Lunch Box program, and a continuing lunch “drive-by” service at six Hawkins County schools.
This pandemic is for a limited time, part of His plan for our lives, and He is in control.
Every now and again, it’s good to get off the blacktop and go explore up some gravel roads.
God has given this miracle called life and has placed it in our hands.
“Fill my cup, Lord. I lift it up, Lord.” Songwriter Richard Blanchard, Sr., popularized these lines in the 1970s and they still echo true many years later.
Everything around us is changing at what seems lightning speeds. We can allow these changes to frustrate us or we can respond as one woman did in the Old Testament.
Change can be hard, but when we change to align with God we can trust that it is for our good and His glory!
The event is scheduled for Monday, beginning at 11 a.m. in front of the Hawkins County Courthouse. The intersection of Main Street and Depot Street will be closed to traffic for the event.
Looking back over the ages, both in life and historically, we discover no situation in which God was not perfectly victorious.