Poverty  By Carmen Anderson

Poverty By Carmen Anderson

    As part of our on-going relationship with The Healing Center Full Gospel Baptist Church, our congregation was invited to spend three Wednesday nights at their church in April. The focus of our time together, besides the wonderful opportunity to continue building...
Returning to God by Neil Boggan

Returning to God by Neil Boggan

The one is the way to the many. The specific is the way to the spacious. The now is the way to always. The here is the way to the everywhere. The material is the way to the spiritual. The visible is the way to the invisible. We liberate ourselves from illusions and,...
Memorable Moments from Aging Gracefully by Dr. Jim Lewis

Memorable Moments from Aging Gracefully by Dr. Jim Lewis

Second Baptist Church hosted Dr. Linda Nichols, Dr. Robert Burns, and Rev. Dennis McDuffie in a seminar Saturday, April 21,  on Aging Gracefully.  Dr. Nichols is a nationally known caregiver researcher based at the Memphis VA Medical Center.  Dr. Burns, the...
A Piece of Peace by Theresa Jennings

A Piece of Peace by Theresa Jennings

God Gives Peace When we commit our heart and lives to Jesus and accept with great gratitude His sacrifice that frees us from the punishment for our sins, God gives us peace.  We have peace given from God and peace with God. Col.3:15a (NIV) says,  “Let the peace...
God is Shining Through, Always Here by Burt Waller

God is Shining Through, Always Here by Burt Waller

   “Life is this simple.  We are living in a world that is absolutely transparent, and God is shining through all the time.  This is not just a fable or a nice story.  It is true.  If we abandon ourselves to God and forget ourselves, we see it sometimes, and we see it...
“What more in the name of Love?” by John N. Avis

“What more in the name of Love?” by John N. Avis

“What more in the name of Love?” by John N. Avis   “The length of life . . . is the inward concern for one’s own welfare. The breadth of life is the outward concern for the welfare of others. The height of life is the upward reach for God. So these are the three...

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