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    Local business gives back on Good Friday

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    Left to right: Justin Westmoreland, Robert Taylor, Hal Wright / Nick Griffin for The Cullman Tribune GOOD HOPE - Good Hope Service Center spent the Good Friday holiday giving back to the community by offering free oil changes all day. Cars were lined up out...

    Profiles in Faith: Desperation Church kicks off Passion Week with community meal at just the right time

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    On concrete pavement still marked by thousands of large hail strikes, a volunteer invites shoppers at the south Wal-Mart to enjoy free lunch provided by Desperation Church on Saturday. / W.C. Mann CULLMAN - In the wake of this past week’s weather disaster, it would...

    Saint Bernard Prep students pray the Stations of the Cross

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    Deacon Tim Vaughn, far right, completes Station 14 at the Stations of the Cross prayer service on Wednesday. Altar boys are Josh Chiodo, Christian Peterson and Lexiss Gallegos. Cullman students at Saint Bernard Prep gathered in the Abbey Church on a rainy Wednesday morning, Feb....

    Fighting the ‘right fight’: Good Hope teen reaches out to children of drug addicts

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    13-year-old Tripp Taylor speaks at Daystar Church. / Courtesy of Taylor family GOOD HOPE - When Robert Taylor lost his sister Ashley Taylor to a heroin overdose in Dec. 2016, he was overwhelmed.  He and his wife had helped raise his sister after the death...

    Empty Bowls feeds the hungry

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    For $10, guests received hot, homemade chili, a grilled cheese sandwich and a drink. Guests also got to take home an original handmade bowl. / Nick Griffin CULLMAN - The 15th annual Empty Bowls of Cullman County Chili Dinner has come and gone, and First...

    Night to Shine: special needs community enjoys magical night

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    A guest and his date arrive at the Night to Shine Prom Friday night at Fairview: the Grace Place. / W.C. Mann FALKVILLE - On Friday evening, the special needs community of a multi-county area around north Alabama gathered at Fairview Church of God, known...

    Tyrone Prothro on his past, his future and his faith

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    Former Alabama wide receiver, Tyrone Prothro, spoke at Church 212 in Cullman on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. / Nick Griffin CULLMAN - Church 212’s congregation packed out the church’s sanctuary Sunday morning, not just to celebrate its faith, but also to hear an Alabama legend,...

    Cullman FBC’s Tom Richter, Chuck Johnston visit Judson College to kick off Christian Emphasis Week

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    Cullman FBC Pastor Tom Richter speaks to Judson College students at Judson's Christian Emphasis Week. / Photo by Mary Amelia Taylor MARION - Judson College inaugurated its annual Christian Emphasis Week Tuesday with a Chapel service focused on trusting God. Cullman’s Tom Richter, the week’s...

    PROFILES IN FAITH: A little food and a lot of love: Vinemont Baptist Church’s 3rd Saturday Café

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    Vinemont Baptist Church’s Dr. Jane Teeter, left, and Lucille Greenwood, right, coordinate the 3rd Saturday Café ministry. / W.C. Mann VINEMONT - They call it the 3rd Saturday Café because it takes place on the third Saturday of every month.  It isn’t a particularly original...

    Local churches, agencies hope to see homeless shelter for men in Cullman area

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    The Cullman area currently has no homeless shelters for men. A group of local churches and agencies is working to change that. / Image courtesy pixabay The American church has tragically reduced God’s word to mere information instead of the real purpose which is the...