Spiritual Life writer Rev. Justin Farley points to conformity in the early Christian church and how the Apostle Paul stood on a particular issue . Farley encourages believers in this age to stand firm on the gospel even when it means standing alone.
Spiritual Life writer Marlando Jordan shares his personal example of being extremely busy, but ineffective. He provides tips and scripture that can enhance our ability to focus on what God wants us to accomplish.
Spiritual Life writer Cathy Rhoads reflects on a recent conference that led her to ponder the meaning of Matthew 18:20. The chaplain expresses a desire to avoid indifference and be still enough to hear God’s call.
Spiritual Life writer Rev. Micah Smith tells of his experience in Vietnam at an orphanage. During his recent visit in Bien Hoa, he is reminded of the freedoms in the USA and also the freedom found in Christ’s resurrection.
Spiritual Life writer Rev. Doak Mansfield introduces his first Tri-City Herald article with statistics pointing to the decline of organized religion’s growth, followed by a description of faith shared in the Unitarian Univeralist community.
Spiritual Life writer Dr. Tim Ledbetter is a hospice chaplain, often seeing the difficulty of letting go of the God-given gift of life. He reflects on respecting and accepting limits and endings, choosing in life what matters most.
New Spiritual Life writer Rev. Paul Hamar reflects on personal experiences and lessons learned. He also points to a spiritual lesson of how tapping into the presence and comfort of Jesus Christ in times of crisis and need brings comfort and strength.
Spiritual Life writer Rev. Sandy Smith reminds readers to express love in every situation as everything happens for a reason — a piece of life’s puzzle that may lead to a goal or dream. Smith offers steps for achieving what one envisions.
For more than 30 years, Rhonda Crater has driven Columbia-Burbank School District students to and from class, to games and matches, on field trips and to special events. Each child gets a personal greeting as they board the bus.
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24 Hours: School bus driver with 30 years on the job loves kids because she’s a ‘kid at heart’
Tri City Thunder track and field athletes Q&A
Slide the City
"Partners and Pals" summer campers celebrate with a "Fun Day" thanks so sponsors and volunteers