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Ministry brings hope overseas

June 30, 2012 LIVERPOOL — The backdrop of a pastoral student’s experience in Central Asia is set in villages where the name of Jesus is not uttered, girls are bought by wealthy men as young as seven years old to... more »»

A chance for Evelia

June 23, 2012 MOUNT UNION — Every year teenagers stand elbow to elbow on the grounds of the Agape Farm near Mount Union in awe of all that is Creation — as in Creation Festival. more »»

Ultimate call

June 15, 2012 BURNHAM — It’s time to celebrate, Adventures in Odyssey fans. For the radio drama’s 25th birthday, producers decided to give their listeners a present — the chance to be in a show. more »»

Summer camps offer plenty of options for local children

June 15, 2012 LEWISTOWN — The old excuse that “there isn’t anything to do around here” won’t work this summer. more »»

Church receives painted message

June 9, 2012 LEWISTOWN — The congregation at Grove Memorial UMC still is celebrating Easter. more »»

A mission fulfilled

June 2, 2012 MIFFLINTOWN — In two years, a small Juniata County ministry has provided shelter for 87 families and dozens of orphan children. more »»

Stone Arch Players

June 2, 2012 LEWISTOWN — For Thiry and Paul Olbrich, theatre has been nearly a life-long passion. They met on-stage in college and were involved in a community theatre in East Orange, N.J. more »»

Recovery program connects with pastors

May 25, 2012 LEWISTOWN — When people are going through a tough time in life, a pastor often is the first person they turn to. more »»

From prayer shawls to pen pals

May 19, 2012 REEDSVILLE— When local little girl Mina Phillips, 5, of Reedsville, started making a prayer shawl with her church group, she never imagined that her craft would not only end up in Haiti, but also... more »»

New places, new faces

May 12, 2012 BEAVERTOWN — Eastern Orthodox churches may not be uncommon in Pennsylvania, but they are in Snyder County. Up until recently, the county never had one. more »»

Spreading roots

April 28, 2012 MIFFLINTOWN — Early church roots in a one-room school house have spread into a wide tree of ministry that now is the First Baptist Church of Juniata County. more »»

Common ground

April 21, 2012 BELLEVILLE — Juniata College students are finding common ground for faith in the Belleville soil. more »»

Songs of old

April 14, 2012 BELLEVILLE — Swiss musicians Lorenz Schwarz and Ernst Baenninger won’t be selling cough drops when they bring their alphorns to the Big Valley this April. more »»

Nature’s Way

April 14, 2012 BURNHAM — Dan Firth, owner of Deihl’s Flowers Inc., in Burnham, will present a program called “Nature’s Way” on July 14, at the American Institute of Floral Designers symposium in Miami, Fla. more »»

On the cross

April 7, 2012 MIFFLINTOWN — Small white crosses are popping up on lawns around Juniata County. All because of an atheist in Michigan. more »»

Way of the Cross

March 31, 2012 LEWISTOWN — The Lewistown community will have the chance to experience the walk Christ took to the cross on Good Friday. more »»

Congregation to embark on 40-day Bible study

March 31, 2012 LEWISTOWN — For 40 days, Noah rocked back and forth in the ark, Moses spoke with God on Mount Sinai, Goliath challenged the Israelites and Jesus fasted in the wilderness. more »»

Opening doors

March 24, 2012 LEWISTOWN — Tucked into a corner of West Fifth Street in Lewistown is a small white chapel called the Church of the Firstborn. more »»

Not just a grade

March 16, 2012 MIDDLEBURG — Kurt Eisele has created a high school senior project that’s worth more than just a grade. For some of his peers it may be worth a great concert by Christian rock band Disciple. more »»



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