36.6 F
Friday, February 3, 2023

    Faith Column

    The younger generation doesn’t understand a number of words and phrases, including “broken record,” “ice box,” “party line,” “ungawa” and “Kemo sabe.” Another phrase is one we don’t hear too much anymore, “Who does she think she is, the queen of Sheba?” This phrase is...

    Cullman First Baptist dedicates Kids’ Space

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman First Baptist Church dedicated a new education space for children on Sunday, July 31, 2022. This new addition includes new classrooms, a children’s worship space and an inviting entrance for guests, fulfilling a vision that started years ago to create...

    Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training presented at West Cullman Baptist Association

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The West Cullman Baptist Association invited Lee Wright with the Alabama State Board of Missions to give a seminar Thursday on Child Sexual Abuse Prevention. He discussed policies and tools recommended by the State Board of Missions to help churches be...

    Young members of No Fences Cowboy Church with servants’ hearts host outreach

    FALKVILLE, Ala. - No Fences Cowboy Church in Falkville is on a mission to teach an invaluable lesson to its young parishioners—the positive impact and vital Christian lesson on giving back and providing outreach to people in their community. The small but powerful children’s group...

    Guest Editorial: The Resurrection of Jesus Christ

    l. His death was certain A. Joseph of Arimathaea came to Pilate the Governor after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and requested the privilege of burying his body. Pilate wondered if Jesus was already dead. Therefore, he sent a centurion, a leader of one hundred...

    Guest Editorial: 3:16 in retrospect

    Three: One: Six—3/16—Is it just another day on a calendar, a random series of numbers or something much more? Two years ago, on March 16, 2020, we received instructions to shut down everything involving the gathering of people. Schools, churches, businesses and more shut down...

    St. Bernard Abbey marks Ash Wednesday

    CULLMAN, Ala. – St. Bernard Abbey on Wednesday marked the beginning of the liturgical season of Lent by marking students at St. Bernard Prep School and other attendants with the sign of the cross in ashes on their foreheads. The ashes, a reminder of...

    The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament holds Christmas Open House event

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament, home to Our Lady of the Angels Monastery, held its Christmas open house all day Saturday, Dec. 18. The grounds were decorated with Christmas lights, and a huge Christmas tree was fully decorated in...

    East Cullman Baptist Association collecting backpacks for Christmas donation event Dec. 8-9

    CULLMAN COUNTY, Ala. – The East Cullman Baptist Association is preparing to hold their annual Christmas Backpacks Mission Project for the 2021 holiday season. This is a donation event designed to provide children in Cullman County with toys, clothes, food and hygiene products, while...

    ‘Christmas at the Grotto’ returns with expanded schedule

    CULLMAN, Ala. - St. Bernard Abbey’s Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman’s most popular attraction and one of Alabama’s must-see tourist destinations, will open evenings following Thanksgiving for the third installment of “Christmas in the Grotto.” The multi-weekend festival will see the Grotto park covered in...