Tag Archive: hope

Jan 09

Survivor ignites hope: Author, teacher shares how to survive sexual abuse and other life’s devastation

Ronda Henry’s calling is to work on the international campaign for the uplifting and empowerment of women. Like John the Baptist she is the voice heralding a movement, but this one has been going on for generations, one that in a way is similar to John’s declaration of the ministry of Jesus Christ. “If it …

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Oct 04

Local congregations sow seeds of hope

Wesley United Methodist Church, Greggton United Methodist Church, First Gladewater United Methodist Church, Newgate Mission, Longview Community Garden Network, and the Friends of the South Longview Community have come together to bless and work the land for our Lord. Wesley-McCabe Pastor Virginia Wall, expressed thanks and gratitude to all who attended, and then turned over …

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Jun 23

Man of Steel movie: Got hope?

“What’s the ‘S’ stand for?” Lois Lane asks Superman in the new movie. “It’s not an ‘S’,” responds the Man of Steel. “On my world, it means ‘hope’.” A symbol of hope for humanity: That’s how Man of Steel portrays the legendary hero. There’s plenty of action and drama: General Zod, a villain from Krypton, …

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Jun 02

Willing to wait

A pastor decided to change the order of service. He convinced himself that his congregation was bored and disinterested in his messages because they had been following the same format for several years. For years the ushers would take up the offering, the choir would sing and then he would preach. To “mix” things up …

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May 01

A bridge over troubled water

By: Kendall Wingrove   A century after the sinking of the Titanic, crowds still line up at museums around the world to see artifacts associated with the event that cost 1,500 lives. Recent news coverage surrounding the 100th anniversary of the 1912 tragedy demonstrates that it remains a powerful and revealing tale about almost every …

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