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Opinion by Neil B. McGahee Managing Editor After a particularly contentious national election, most of us are weary of the rhetoric lies piled on ... Read more
By Nancy B. Gibbs We should be afraid Christians. Our churches are dying a slow death. We are about to enter into a new ... Read more
Our son, Jess, is home for a few weeks over the holidays and it’s so good to have him here with us on the farm. ... Read more
By Neil Joiner The story of a young man named Eutychus is found in Acts 20:7-12. He was seated in the opening of an upstairs ... Read more
By Neil Joiner During my early childhood at Harmony Baptist Church, Mrs. Ilene Mashburn was my Sunday School teacher. She used a felt board to ... Read more
Not all is gloom and doom in the world. In fact this is just in from one of my faithful readers…..enjoy some Covid 19 Good ... Read more
By Dr. Seema Csukas CareSource Georgia Medical Director According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 34 million people have diabetes in ... Read more
Here’s a little insight into living on an Indian Reservation, even temporarily. You’re on Indian time, whatever time it is. Their subconscious motto is “Whatever ... Read more
Fall is for spooky decorations and spending quality time with family, but unfortunately, it also marks the start of flu season. Although complete immunity cannot ... Read more
Wallace Cemetery is a small country graveyard which rarely has a visitor. An old headstone marks the spot where the young victim of an unsolved ... Read more