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Slain Civil Rights leader remembered at churches

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Slain Civil Rights leader remembered at churches

“But let judgment run down like waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. The words of Amos 5:24 were a focal point of the observance of the national holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Clark Chapel United Methodist Church. Feb. 06, 1:58 AM


​Religion Briefs

Lent starts this coming week, and the annual Community Lenten Services will be starting. Feb. 06, 1:37 AM

Pastor's Corner

​When your world collapses

Losing a job can feel like one of the toughest personal challenges of life. Feb. 06, 2:55 AM



Religion Calendar

The deadline for submission of items of the Religion section is Monday at noon for the following Saturday edition. Items are published on a space available basis. For information, call Winston Skinner, 770-253-1576. Jan. 30, 3:58 AM

Pastor's Corner

​Serpents in the sanctuary

There’s an often overlooked, interesting miracle that Christ once performed. Jan. 30, 4:00 AM

​Religion Briefs

The deadline for early bird registration for the first Southeastern Christian Writers’ Conference is today. Jan. 30, 4:01 AM

​Eagle may find silver at end of the trail

​Eagle may find silver at end of the trail

Coweta County Eagle Scout Sean McCarthy is in the final stretch to earn Scouting’s most difficult and most coveted award, the prestigious Hornaday Silver Medal. Jan. 30, 8:11 AM

​Hornaday award among Scouting’s rarest

The Hornaday Award is one of Boy Scouting’s rarest honors. Jan. 23, 2:30 AM

​Religion Calendar

The deadline for submission of items of the Religion section is Monday at noon for the following Saturday edition. Items are published on a space available basis. For information, call Winston Skinner, 770-253-1576. Jan. 23, 2:35 AM

​Religion Briefs

At Mount Gilead United Methodist Church, people will be talking about a “forbidden” topic – death – on Sunday. Jan. 23, 2:37 AM

​The reason everyone is valuable

Each January our nation reaches two important anniversaries. Jan. 23, 2:39 AM


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​New year sees launch of new programs, ministries

The new year is a time of celebration and – for churches – often signals the beginning of new programs and ministries. Jan. 23, 7:29 AM

​​Religion Calendar

The deadline for submission of items of the Religion section is Monday at noon for the following Saturday edition. Items are published on a space available basis. For information, call Winston Skinner, 770-253-1576. Jan. 16, 7:34 AM

​Religion Briefs

Peachtree City Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 4957 Hwy 34 E, Sharpsburg will host a family-friendly 50's/60's Night on Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. Jan. 16, 7:35 AM

​St. Paul Lutheran reaches out with dinner

St. Paul Lutheran Church in Peachtree City recently used a meal to connect with other people in the area. The church sponsored its first annual Community Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 22. Jan. 16, 7:37 AM

Pastor's Corner

​$1.5 billion! How would you spend it?

This past Wednesday Powerball hit 1.59 billion – the highest ever. Jan. 16, 7:39 AM

​Christian season prepares churches for ‘16

Christmas is over, but the spiritual aspects of the season are still strengthening local Christians and energizing Coweta churches for a new year of worship and service. Jan. 16, 7:39 AM

​Religion Calendar

The deadline for submission of items of the Religion section is Monday at noon for the following Saturday edition. Items are published on a space available basis. For information, call Winston Skinner, 770-253-1576. Jan. 08, 11:48 PM

​Religion Briefs

Dunwoody United Methodist Church’s chapel will be the location for musical program featuring 9 String Theory. Jan. 08, 11:48 PM

Pastor's Corner

​The promise of God’s presence

A mission requires resources. Jan. 08, 11:49 PM

​Burchette, Harper attend national Scout seminar

Two local Boy Scouts recently attended the National Leadership Seminar at the Joe C. Davis YMCA Outdoor Center in Nashville, Tenn. Jan. 08, 11:52 PM


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Local pastor takes more water to Flint, Michigan

Local pastor takes more water to Flint, Michigan

St. Smyrna Pastor Tamarkus Cook visited Flint, Mich. on Monday to donate more water and attend an awareness rally.

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Bonnell Aluminum celebrates 60th anniversary

Bonnell Aluminum celebrates 60th anniversary

Remembering the past and celebrating the future was the theme Bonnell Aluminum used as they celebrated their 60th year in business on Tuesday.

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Rick Ross opens Wingstop in Newnan

Rick Ross opens Wingstop in Newnan

Rap mogul Rick Ross has opened a Wingstop in Newnan.

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