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After Thanksgiving Day … How sweet it was. The turkey (and the ham) were perfectly cooked, there was creamy potatoes and that have-to-have green-bean casserole, along with ignored cranberry sauce and the eagerly awaited sweet potato pie with whipped cream. At some tables, diners had to wait until “What I’m thankful for” was said before indulging in the beckoning offerings. Then with stomachs stretched beyond capacity, the living room received the football fans, leaving the cooks to take care of the kitchen. more
Church Alive Ministries will celebrate Christmas and 23 years of service by Thomas E. Renfro, M.D., and Sid Renfro on Sunday, Dec. 2. Renfro was born in Norton, Va., to Mildred and Ed Renfro. Renfro overcome mantle cell lymphoma. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where he studied to become a medical doctor. He is a practicing physician, specializing in geriatrics and internal medicine. Renfro is also an ordained minister. more
The wonder of it allFrom a time of reconciliation, love and delight in remembering the birth of Jesus, to a time of commercialism, dread and shopping frenzy, Christmas for many has lost its wonder. … more
Revival will be held at New Vision Ministry, 1440 Guthrie Road, at 6:30 tonight.———Lewis McNeely will speak today, 10:30 a.m., and Dean and Lisa Collier will speak at 6 p.m.  at Lighthouse … more
Let the Son shine in Dr. James Marcum, M.D., tells his patients to read the Creation story for their health. Our earth, he says is a solar-powered world, enjoying 98 percent of its warmth from … more
Christmas is over. Wrong. The celebration of Christ is just continuing – from the past, through the present and on to the future. Sure, the trappings of the holiday celebration may be in the … more
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