Thursday, October 12, 2006
& Mt. Pleasant News
Dr. Bill Hardin to speak at Carey Chapel’s harvest festival
Remember homecoming and harvest festival at Carey Chapel Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. 15. Dr. Bill Hardin will be the guest speaker.
Remembering the “million dollar walk for humanity” in 1986
The Marshall County Genealogical Society met Sept. 23 at the Marshall County Library with 18 members present. Jim Power spoke on his research of Thomas Binford Weber. He served as postmaster in Holly Springs for several years and started the Bethel Christian Church at Eads, Tenn.
Beavers becoming a problem for residents at Snow Lake
Intended for last week.
Hello Snow Lakers. I hope you had a good week. We had a busy one. We got home Tuesday of last week, and the bags are still not unpacked. We visited so many local sites and interesting attractions.
Greenfield Presbyterian Church plans rainbow feast November 4
What is the point of our being? A question posed by many in their daily lives. However, Sunday’s lesson from both Sunday school and worship service allowed us to enter into thoughtful reflections. Mary Jo Leddy in her book “Radical Gratitude,” talks about how Christians can remember someone who lived the example of a life with meaning and purpose even in times of oppression. Thus, if we are to answer the question posed at the beginning, we should say Jesus is the point of our being.
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