Monthly Archives: January 2018

REFLECTIONS ON ‘THE CHRISTIANS’

  IF YOU GO What: The Christians When: Jan. 31-Feb. 4 (7:30 p.m. Jan. 31-Feb. 3; 2 p.m. Feb. 4) Where: Hardin-Simmons University Behrens Auditorium Tickets: Order online at http://www.hsutx.edu/tickets General admission, $10; senior citizens, military and non-HSU students, $5; groups of 10 or more, $4 (Call 670-1405 to order group tickets) Details: The HSU Theater Department is presenting the

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TINY HOUSES SERVE BIG PURPOSE

  By LORETTA FULTON Ryan Goodwin, director of operations for Sonrise Ministries’ Houses for Healing, brings a unique perspective to the job–one he wishes he didn’t have. Houses for Healing are 392 square-foot tiny houses that will provide free lodging for people from area communities who are undergoing longterm medical treatment in Abilene. The first phase of the project consists

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THE INVISIBLE BARRIER

By JANICE SIX It was a Tuesday afternoon and I had ventured across the street to First Central Presbyterian Church’s Food Pantry. After greeting the volunteers, who were busy sacking groceries in the back room, I made my way to the lobby and spotted a vacant chair by the window. After a little while, a young woman came and sat

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