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“I can learn to accept my appearance as a unique creation of God if I could have a little more money so that maybe I can get a pony!” says Madeline, 10. First you get the pony, and … more
A local church’s “We Love C’ville Day” event is returning for a third year to provide families with groceries and a chance to win giveaways. The free community event, which … more
Local churches are hosting a “fill up the pickup truck” event Wednesday to collect donations for Afghan refugees at Camp Atterbury. Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church and St. Stephen … more
“God wanted me to look like my mom, but my daddy wanted me to look like him. I guess God knows best,” says Wesley, 5. Well, we don’t know what dad looks like, but we’re certain God knows … more

A local church is leading an effort to help Afghan refugees settle into their new temporary homes at Camp Atterbury. Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church is collecting donations for the thousands of … more
WHITESVILLE — Inside the church nestled among crops around the corner from the steel mill, JoElla Haffner spreads out an old quilt stitched with hundreds of names. The names belonged to the … more
New Richmond Christian Church, in coordination with Right Now Media, will have a simulcast men’s conference at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 10. The conference brings men of all backgrounds together to … more
“God has entrusted me with a smile, some teeth, ability to dance and my heart,” says Greer, 5. When you’re 5 years old, you realize how valuable “some teeth” are because … more
We must admit that troubles do come to all of us. We must be careful not to be overcome by negative attitudes in these challenges. Remember Romans 8:28, “And we know that all things work … more

“Not following directions,” says Lyle, 5. I’ve been down that road, Lyle, and it’s not one you want to travel. “My mommy and daddy’s kisses and hugs,” … more
Mount Zion United Methodist Church, 2131 W. Black Creek Valley Road, Crawfordsville, will have a special service of music ministry Sunday. Ken Robertson, a noted musician and speaker from Pendleton, … more
“If my mom is in a bad mood, I should just leave her alone,” says Lauren, 11. Good thinking, Lauren. When we consider glorifying God, we have a tendency to look for something big and … more
What does it take to make you doubt God’s love for you? A passage that has always amazed me is Matthew 28:16-17, “Then the eleven disciples went away into Galilee, into a mountain where … more
Father Christopher and Jennifer Moore visited St. Stephen the First Martyr Orthodox Church Wednesday to share their experiences as missionaries. The Moores are commissioned by the Orthodox … more

“I can give all my clothes to charity. Well, at least the ones that don’t fit me,” says Kelsey, 10. When I interviewed former president Jimmy Carter on a Habitat for Humanity … more
Last week we spoke of lessons to learn in “Pick up in the rain.” This week I would like us to learn the second important lesson: Every person is important. During the second month of … more
“My mom could mow the yard, feed the dogs, work in the garden and help us with our homework instead of making my dad do it,” says Mary, 8. “My mom could also make food for special … more
“Be nice, cook him food, do not talk back, and kiss him,” says Drew, 6. Drew, have you considered life as a bachelor? Cody, 8, has some thoughts on talking back: “Mom told Dad … more
“God is full of truthfulness because He reads the Bible a lot,” says Angela, 8. King David wrote in the Psalms that the Lord has magnified his Word above his own name. Who’s to … more

DARLINGTON — The moment of clarity for Nick Hitt came one day in a bedroom in Baltimore, where he was getting high with his wife, Tanaya, and their friends.  “I came out and said, … more
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