Monthly Archives: December 2010

Our soldiers are fighting, dying, pause and remember them in prayer

Here it is … New Year’s Eve and everyone is getting ready to fellowship with family and friends to ring in the new year. Nothing wrong with that, but I received an email this morning that set my mind on something … Continue reading

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Nice story on First Branson helping to feed the hungry

Our friends at First Baptist Church, Branson, have joined several other churches in feeding the hungry in their local community. The Branson Tri-Lakes News published a fine story about it. The print edition of The Pathway will seek to run … Continue reading

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Bott Radio expands in Mid-Missouri

My good friend Rich Bott, president and chief executive officer of the Bott Radio Network (BRN), sent me a press release Tuesday announcing that Bott has expanded its FM coverage in Jefferson City, Columbia and throughout Mid-Missouri with a major power … Continue reading

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Homosexual to lead N.Carolina Council of Churches

The Associated Press is reporting that the North Carolina Council of Churches has elected a homosexual man as its new president. The council picked 55-year-old Stan Kimer, a lay leader in the Metropolitan Community Church, a denomination known for its radical … Continue reading

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A fascinating assessment of the Nov. elections

David Barton of Wallbuilders.com has written a terrific article analyzing the November elections. You will find a link to the Wallbuilders web site and the article below. Here is an excerpt that ought to whet your appetite: “Interestingly, exit polling … Continue reading

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Back from a week of Christmas travel

It is good to be home. We spent the last seven days traveling, a trip that was a combination of business and pleasure. I had the opportunity of having lunch with my long-time friend, Art Toalston, the editor of Baptist … Continue reading

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A dear friend resigns, has bright future

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