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My amazing pilgrimage to the Holy Land began on a bright spring Sunday morning while attending services at Morton Memorial United Methodist Church. As I walked into the service that morning I noted a brochure on the inside table announcing a Holy Land Pilgrimage, which would be hosted by our minister The Rev. Amanda Diamond and a Catholic Priest from Kentucky, Fr. Frank Ruff. As I went to be seated
There are the big moments in life – a birth, a death, a wedding, graduations, etc. However, it is the smaller moments, the little things in life that make a lifetime. We remember all of those larger than life experiences for the specialness of them, for they either brought extreme joy and happiness, or devastating heartache and pain. Nonetheless, we remember them. It is the rest of the time though
“His Amazing Grace Singers,” from Mt. Ararat Cumberland Methodist Church were recently invited to sing at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia. The morning service began with former President Jimmy Carter teaching Sunday school. The youth group was honored to sing several hymns at the 11:00 a.m. service before an audience of more than three hundred. The congregation became very emotional during the children’s songs and are still sending messages
As many of you know, my husband passed away on August 10, and my family and I have been fighting the hardest battle we have ever faced as a family. I’m not going to get into the things right now that will break your heart and make you cry as we have cried, but I do want to share some of my thoughts as I forge a new path without
The Mt. Ararat Cumberland Methodist Youth Group have been invited to sing at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia on September 29. President Jimmy Carter will be teaching Sunday school that morning and the group will be singing at the eleven o’clock service. The group has also recorded a CD with some good old gospel time favorite songs that may be purchased for $10 by calling Sharon Turner at 931-592-5787.
Webster’s No. 6 meaning of the word “Lost” says, having wandered from the way; uncertain as to ones location. It is easy to get lost. I got lost when I was training to be a private pilot. On my solo cross- country flight, I went from McMinnville to Fayetteville without a problem. I got my logbook signed and took off for Mt. Pleasant. I got lost. I panicked. Everything looked