• A NEW LOOK AT THE GOSPELS

    By LORETTA FULTON What do “Little Red Riding Hood,” the story of George Washington and the cherry tree, and the four gospels all have in common? A lot more than

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  • WHO ARE WE BEHIND THE MASKS?

    By DANNY MINTON When the knock came on the door just as it was getting dark, I was taken by surprise as I saw two people about my size staring

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  • ACU’S CARMICHAEL-WALLING LECTURES

    The annual Carmichael-Walling Lectures, presented by ACU’s Center for the Study of Ancient Religious Texts, will be held Thursday, Nov. 8. Dr. John Fitzgerald (’72 M.A.) of the University of Notre

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  • ST. LUKE OBSERVING 20 YEARS

    The public is invited to St. Luke Orthodox Church, 501 Sunset Drive, for a 20th year celebration on Sunday, Oct. 21. The Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom will begin

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  • SUPREME COURT: THE WAR WILL GO ON

    By PAUL FABRIZIO The Saturday confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court seems to put an end to one battle but really is just a step in

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  • SACRED MUSIC CENTER OPENS

      Guests at the Sept. 30 of the Julia Jones Matthews Sacred Music Center at the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest enjoyed a concert and tour of the new

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  • CHRISTIAN HOMES ANNUAL DINNER

    Kirk Cameron, star of the ’80s sitcom “Growing Pains,” will be the guest speaker for an Oct. 15 dinner benefiting local foster care and adoption ministry Christian Homes & Family

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  • AN ‘RACE’ ANYONE CAN ENJOY

    Connecting Caring Communities is hosting an unusual “race” on Oct. 27 that everyone can “run.” Actually, the promoters say you can saunter, meander, walk, or even run. Instead of a

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  • CALLED TO BE STEWARDS OF CREATION

    By LORETTA FULTON Do Christians have a responsibility to be caretakers of creation? Absolutely, a unversity professor said at a recent Wednesday night program at the Episcopal Church of the

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  • CEDAR: TOUGH BUT REWARDING

    By LORETTA FULTON A two-week gathering of people from all over the world in Abilene last summer carried the cumberson title, Communities Engaging with Difference And Religion. Thankfully, it was

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