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Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Guilt By Association: Why Franklin Graham is Bad for My Church
As a Baptist minister, I wish to state that Mr. Graham does not speak for me, nor for a large, and rapidly growing segment in the broad stream of Christianity.
Why Churches Can't Do Ministry the Way They Used To
By: Dennis BickersIf they want to successfully impact a changing world for Jesus Christ, pastors and churches must continually reinvent themselves. Churches will either continue to reinvent themselves or they will die.
10 Things No Concealed Carrier Should Ever Do
By James England via concealednation.org There are way more than 10 things you should never do as a concealed carrier…or as a firearms owner in general. But we’ve decided to pick 10 extremely important ones. We’re not judging you if you do these things – we’re just saying it’s the opposite of responsible . . . 10. …
How to Remove a Tree Stump Painlessly
This article shows you how to do a tree stump removal without breaking your back. This stump removal method is safe and effective, and doesn’t require...
Early voting questions linger
For the first time come November, New York State residents won’t have to wait until Election Day to vote. Instead, they’ll be able to cast ballots at special polling places at any time in the 10 …
Parking questions linger for Depot project
Three times over the past year, attorneys for the owners of the former Fort Discovery museum at Port Royal sought answers from local officials about how
After gun debacle at school, questions linger
The sun hadn’t been up for long. Teachers and staff at Paisley Magnet School had a few minutes to relax before the controlled chaos that starts each day.
"Demand is there," but questions linger over pot tax money
BOSTON — While the number of stores legally allowed to sell recreational marijuana in Massachusetts remains lower than anticipated, the Baker
As management and safety questions linger, George Latimer unveils changes for Playland
County executive says he will open Playland park for the press to tour facilities Thursday amid reports of safety issues.
NEW: Stuart photographer snaps shot of rare beast, but question lingers
An American crocodile far from its preferred habitat was seen in Martin County this month.
As the LAUSD strike dust settles, questions linger about truancy issues
Parents were still buzzing about what they said was confusion over whether students would be penalized for missing school during the strike.
As questions linger in wife's death, East Bridgewater abuser being released early
As Richard Parker exits prison on Friday, Framingham resident Stephanie Deeley, will be doing random acts of kindness in honor of her sister Kimberly
At mass grave above Indonesian city, many questions linger
PALU, Indonesia (AP) - From the mountain range, the bay was a sparkling blue and the small city huddled around it a mosaic of bright buildings and mosque minarets Suddenly a blaring siren and clouds of dust shattered the tranquility. An ambulance bumped along a dirt road, racing to the top. An idle excavator whirred into life. People, some wearing surgical masks, others with scarfs across their faces, walked toward a wide mass grave dug into the flat top of the range. "How…
Legal questions linger over proposed NYC safe injection sites
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s health czar refused Tuesday to say if he’ll allow the city to open injection facilities where addicts could shoot up under medical supervision. “The federal government pot…
Myrtle Beach waitress was found dead in a ditch 40 years ago. The same questions linger
Waitress Nancy Mazestis was killed in 1978 and her cold case is one of the oldest in Horry County. She worked at the Sea Mist Hotel in Myrtle Beach, SC and was found in a ditch near the Intracoastal Waterway.
Whereabouts of East Liberty woman missing since 1964 finally known, but questions linger
But while the discovery of skeletal remains answered one question, other troubling ones are raised.
After rape allegation against Washington state Sen. Joe Fain, questions linger over who should...
A woman who publicly accused the Republican state senator of raping her in Washington D.C. in 2007 has said she won't pursue a criminal or civil investigation, but would cooperate
Death of towboat captain in Mid-City ruled drug-related, but questions linger for family
Authorities investigating the Dec. 8 death of Julius “Jules” Bagley in Mid-City this week provided an answer to a key question in the case: How did he die?