Creed Screed: Robotic Religion

By Paul Leavans A Buddhist invention highlights a common misconception about God. The world’s first “robo-priest” is busy praying and chanting at a cemetery in Japan. “With bowed head and closed [...]

Prays Together: Free at Last!

By Mandy Nevarez I just recently returned from a Chaplain conference with the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry in Atlanta, Georgia. The highlight of the conference was a series of healing [...]

5th Sunday night community church service

Exeter’s Trinity Lutheran Church holds service on the who and what that changed church history Submitted by Ron Hull EXETER – Five hundred years ago, on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther is said to [...]


By Glen Stout Numerous natural disasters have hit the United States and elsewhere in the last few weeks. Many are wanting to help with recovery efforts, or have already been helping by donating [...]

CREED SCREED: Confront The Evil 

“Hundreds of our fellow citizens are now mourning the sudden loss of a loved one, a parent, a child, a brother or sister. We cannot fathom their pain, we cannot imagine their loss. To the [...]

Creed Screed: Tempted?

By Paul Leavans When faced with intense temptation, Jesus quoted Scripture. He had made a choice to obey the commands of the Father regardless of how appealing the temptations were at the moment. [...]

Prays Together: The Unthinkable Kiss

By John Payton I once read of a pet iguana that fell into a swimming pool. Now I don’t know much about iguanas but just looking at one, it seems it would be like a chunk of steel (or a living [...]

Prays Together: The Disappearance of Awe

By Ron Hull We were driving along the coast just south of Big Sur when we decided to stop for a picnic. A rock on the edge of the cliff served well as a table and as a vantage point to drink in [...]

Creed Screed: The Letter

By Paul Leavans When men were burning their draft cards and women had decided to go braless, I was there away from home and on my own in college. If you were in college in those days you know [...]

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