While Christmas is nearly a month in the rearview mirror, I can’t help sharing a Christmas story printed in the most recent newsletter of St. Thaddaeus’ Episcopal Church.
A Chattanooga pastor who was godlike to several generations of churchgoers, college students and religious officials across the country is remembered in a new authorized biography for his evangelistic bent and his single-mindedness.
Church of God, 126 Garner Road, Decherd, Tenn., today, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (lunch included), theme: “God Provides True Treasures,” 931-224-6659.
The anticipated $2.5 million sale of radio station WDYN by Tennessee Temple University to Charlotte, N.C.-based Bible Broadcasting Network will allow the school to increase its reach, according to president Danny Lovett.
Six students from Lee University participated in a summer archaeology field school at the site of Fort Armistead, a Cherokee removal fort in Cherokee National Forest near Coker Creek, Tenn.
Guilty by Association will present a CD release party tonight at Fireside Lounge, 4021 Hixson Pike.
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Blacks say historical importance of churches has fueled present religiosity
Kevin L. Adams, senior pastor of historically black Olivet Baptist Church, said he didn’t have much of a choice growing up. When his mother headed for church, he said, everybody in the house went along.
All ser vices are Sunday unless otherwise noted. A complete listings of area congregations, ser vice times, phone numbers and Web sites may be found at www.timesfreepress.com.