Tag Archives: Highland Church of Christ

HIGHLAND SUMMER FEEDING PROGRAM

Highland Church of Christ is sponsoring a children’s feeding program at its three campuses July 30-Aug. 17 as a pilot program to bridge the gap between the A.I.S.D. Summer Feeding Program and the beginning of school. Children ages 18 and younger will be served at Highland’s three locations – South Fifth and Highland, North Ninth and Cypress and South 10th

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ABILENE LOSING A GOOD FRIEND

By LORETTA FULTON Highland Church of Christ and all of Abilene will be loosing a good friend when Jonathan Storment and his family move to Little Rock. Jonathan, preaching minister at Highland since 2010, will become preaching minister at Pleasant Valley Church of Christ. His last Sunday at Highland will be June 24. In eight years, Jonathan has become a

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO B.O.B.S

By LORETTA FULTON B.O.B.S celebrated a 22nd birthday Sunday much like anybody named “Bob” would do, with cake, cookies, punch, and wishes for “many more.” Actually, it was the people who make B.O.B.S happen that did the celebrating. The Breakfast on Beech Street ministry opened May 16, 1996, and numerous milestones have been met since then. In 2017, B.O.B.S served 19,000 free

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ASKING THE TOUGH FAITH QUESTIONS

By Loretta Fulton “Is Christianity intolerant?” Yes, and we should be thankful for that. Christianity makes us intolerant of racism, super-nationalism, and other “isms” that are hurtful. “Praise God, it makes us intolerant of certain things,” said Jonathan Storment, preaching minister at Highland Church of Christ. Storment was one of the speakers for a student-led forum called “Inquire” Nov. 7

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Add your voice to those speaking out against hatred and violence

People of faith all over the country are speaking out against the bigotry and hatred that ended in death in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend. If you would like to add your comments, thoughts, reflections, please send to editor@spiritofabilene.com And, please attach a photo of yourself. Below are submissions from Jacob Snowden, president of the Abilene Interfaith Council, and Jen

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