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A CELEBRATION OF DIVERSITY

  By LORETTA FULTON Prayers said and sung, poems, including one that traveled to the moon, the beating of a Native American drum, and a ceremony of “breaking bread together in peace” added to the mosaic of the National Day of Prayer Service sponsored by the Abilene Interfaith Council. The service was held at noon Thursday at the Center for

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LUTHER’S THESES ‘POST-IT NOTE HEARD AROUND THE WORLD,’ SPEAKER SAYS

  By Loretta Fulton Many words have been spoken about Martin Luther’s defiant act during the 500th anniversary of his historic deed that marked the beginning of the Protestant Reformation and many more will be. But perhaps none will sum up the action, and the consequences, quite as well as Robert Eillis’ words at a luncheon Oct. 31 at Hardin-Simmons

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ACU instructor brings humor, insight into ‘A World Gone Mad’

(Editor’s Note: Randy Harris, an instructor at Abilene Christian University, led a two-day seminar Aug. 4-5 on Christian ethics. Always entertaining and insightful, Harris didn’t disappoint. He invites anyone interested to a “Ministers’ Lunch Hour with Randy Harris”, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Aug. 29, in the Hunter Welcome Center on the ACU campus. His topic will be “Does the Church Matter?”

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Faith in Scouts restored, despite president’s ‘inappropriate’ speech

(Editor’s Note) Rick Hammer, a biology professor at Hardin-Simmons University and a Boy Scout leader, eagerly led a group of area Scouts to the National Boy Scout Jamboree, or “Jambo,” held in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. He experienced many high points and one major low point–President Trump’s talk to the Scouts that caused an uproar. Below is an expanded

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