New Studies Begin Jan. 5 At Concord Baptist

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Beginning Jan. 5 Concord Baptist Church, 7025 East Brainerd Road, will be offering three new Growth Groups during the Sunday School hour to help attenders grow in their Christian maturity. These classes will meet from 9:15  to 10:15 a.m. You can register for a Growth Group with the church office or through the church webpage. Please register no later than Jan. 2.

The classes will be:

"How to Suffer Well to the Glory of God: A Study in 1 Peter," led by Pastor David Hawkins

"How to Study Your Bible: An Introduction to Inductive Bible Study," led by David Ritterbush

"Discovering How the Bible's Story Gives Meaning to Your Life: An Introduction to Biblical Theology," led by Pastor Aaron Martin.


Grace Baptist Church Hires New Senior Pastor

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"He Can!" Is Topic This Sunday At Middle Valley Church Of God

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Erlanger Chooses Epic Software For New $100 Million Electronic Medical Records System; CEO Judy Faulkner To Visit Chattanooga

Erlanger CEO Kevin Spiegel announced that the Chattanooga hospital has chosen Epic Systems for a new electronic medical records system that he said will cost close to $100 million over 10 years. He said Cerner was the other finalist for the major hospital expenditure. Mr. Spiegel said the new system will mean some 100 more jobs at Erlanger. He said Epic will bring up to 200 ... (click for more)

Red Bank Police Find 17 Animals In "Deplorable" Condition At Home On Oakland Terrace

Red Bank Police on Friday found 17 animals in "deplorable condition" after making a home check on Oakland Terrace. The Humane Educational Society was called in to assist. The HES said, " Officers entered the home on Oakland Terrace and rescued nine dogs, six cats and two rabbits that had been living in deplorable conditions. "These animals are currently ... (click for more)

Injustice Is Terrible, But Shouldn't Lead To Rioting - And Response (2)

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Roy Exum: ‘Red Meat To A Mob’

The city of Milwaukee is among the Top 20 Most Violent in the United States. It ranks No. 4 in poverty for cities its size, and is home to the most “make sense” sheriff in the world. I spent most of my morning reading to find out more about Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke because his is a voice we should have been listening to some time ago. He startled all of us on Friday ... (click for more)