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Kenyan orphans choir to give concert in Lewistown

September 17, 2010 LEWISTOWN — Several Lewistown homes will welcome special guests from Kenya this week. more »»

Lewis’s new book has ties to Big Valley

September 10, 2010 BURNHAM — Big Valley has its place in the newly released Beverly Lewis book, “The Thorn. more »»

Counting their blessings

September 3, 2010 LEWISTOWN — The Lewistown Presbyterian Church has a number of reasons to celebrate this month. Number 225 — years as a congregation, a legacy older than the U.S. more »»

New Aldersgate pastor challenges congregation to follow its namesake

August 28, 2010 MIFFLINTOWN — The Rev. James Wooster wants to keep the Aldersgate United Methodist Church true to its name. more »»

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Nook to celebrate its 175th anniversary

August 21, 2010 MIFFLIN— On Aug. 28, the congregation at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church will look back 175 years ago to its log cabin beginning in Juniata County “Every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. more »»

Group opens doors to all ages

August 14, 2010 BELLEVILLE — For many years, Connections reached out to young mothers in the Belleville area with support and biblical teachings. more »»

Palmetto State Quartet brings musical experience to McVeytown

August 6, 2010 McVEYTOWN — The name Larry Strickland may not be familiar to many, but the leader of the Palmetto State Quartet has connections to two top American musicians — Elvis Presley and Naomi Judd. more »»

Gita Nagari Farm welcomes local families to Festival of Chariots

July 24, 2010 PORT ROYAL — The village of Spruce Hill may be an unlikely place to see hundreds of religious devotees gathering for a Hare Krishna festival. more »»

Burnham musician uses trumpet to spread Gospel to South Africa slums

June 18, 2010 BURNHAM — Through the slums of Cape Town, South Africa, a clear, strong sound of hope called out to those who would liste. more »»

Out of the rubble

June 4, 2010 McALISTERVILLE — Almost six months have passed since a 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, and millions of its people still are sleeping on the ground. more »»

Creation draws national crowd

June 4, 2010 MOUNT UNION — It is not often that rural Pennsylvania becomes the hot spot for music fans across the nation. more »»

Superchick: ALIVE TOUR 2010

May 8, 2010 COCOLAMUS — The Christian rock band Superchick is well-known for its high-energy performances and featured music on national television. more »»

More than just a meal

March 19, 2010 McALISTERVILLE — During the last supper, Jesus shared more than just a meal with his disciples. more »»

Lenten tea tradition continues for 48 years at Grace United Methodist

March 19, 2010 MEXICO — It is 9:50 a.m. Wednesday and already the Grace United Methodist Church parking lot is ful. more »»

Local doctors, nurses form team to heal, minister to earthquake victims

March 12, 2010 McALISTERVILLE — When Lori King first heard about the earthquake in Haiti, she knew she had to do somethin. more »»

Christmas symbols are reminders of Jesus’ birth

December 18, 2009 LEWISTOWN — Amid the presents and parties, cookie baking and shopping, reminders of Christ’s birth still surround us. Sto. more »»

Promise Land Ministry founder follows calling to write first book

December 18, 2009 BELLEVILLE — “Touch Me” is a book six years in the making through one local woman’s calling from God. more »»

Hanukkah ‘Empress’ brings joy to season

December 12, 2009 I know it sounds crazy, but one of my most favorite parts about Hanukkah is the way my hair smells after. Latkes, or potato pancakes, are a traditional Hanukkah favorite. more »»

Belleville woman, husband begin outreach through healing in Philippines

October 30, 2009 BELLEVILLE — A world of opportunity awaits newlyweds Francis and Leah Daytec as they begin their lives together as missionaries in the Philippine. more »»

Congregation to celebrate 175th anniversary Sunday

October 30, 2009 BELLEVILLE — Back when Kishacoquillas Valley was still frontier country, a group of immigrants settled down to build their homes and a place of worship. Now, 175 years later, St. more »»

 
 

 

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