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From Jay Moore: Presbyterians Get Going First

Jay Moore’s newest book, “Abilene Daily: Snapshots of Home,” contains one or morevignettes from Abilene’s history for each day of the year. Periodically, stories with some connection–however loose–to Abilene’s religious life will be featured in Spirit of Abilene. The book can be purchased at Texas Star Trading Co., 174 Cypress St. www.texasstartrading.com or call 325-672-9696. Books are $27.50. Following is an excerpt from

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‘Being Christian in a Secular World’ Topic of FCPC Program

David Wray, who teaches in the Graduate School of Theology at Abilene Christian University, will begin a two-part series Wednesday evening at First Central Presbyterian Church. Wray will speak on “Being Christian in a Secular World.” The talk will begin at 6:30 p.m. at First Central Presbyterian, 400 Orange St. Both presentations on Wednesday, Sept. 22 and 29, are free.

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Summer’s Not Over Yet With VBS still Going

BY LORETTA FULTON School supplies may be dominating the display areas in stores, but that doesn’t mean summer is entirely over. Vacation Bible School–a summertime standard–is still around. At least four churches have VBS scheduled before July ends. Two churches–First Central Presbyterian and Southern Hills Church of Christ–are staging one-day events, while South Pointe Church and First Christian Church are

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Holy Week Luncheon Series Again Goes Virtual

Monday, March 29“The Unsung Hero of Holy Week”Phil Christopher, First Baptist Churchhttps://vimeo.com/529522707                              Tuesday, March 30“When God is Late”Shane Hughes, Highland Church of Christvimeo.com/527855462 Wednesday, March 31“Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep”Steve Patterson, St. Paul United Methodist Churchvimeo.com/527413002 Thursday, April 1“The Final Miracle Before the Crucifixion”Cliff Stewart, First Central Presbyterian Churchvimeo.com/527862671 By LORETTA FULTON For the second consecutive year, the

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