Tim Schoap will speak at the 11 a.m. worship service on Sunday, at Signal Mountain Bible Church, 4872 Shackleford Ridge Road, Signal Mountain.
His topic will be "The Church, Part 3," with text from John 14:15-29.
October 16, 2014
October 15, 2014
A few years ago Kyle Idleman wrote Not a Fan. In this book he explains the difference between being a fan of something and being a follower. The distinction, as Idleman points out, is critical. ... (click for more)
Pastor Mitch McClure of Middle Valley Church of God, located at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, will speak on the topic, "It's Starting To Get Really Bad!" in the 10:30 a.m. service ... (click for more)
The Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness, through its Healthier Tennessee initiative, on Wednesday announced the launch of “Small Starts @ Worship,” an online wellness toolkit for faith ... (click for more)
A few years ago Kyle Idleman wrote Not a Fan. In this book he explains the difference between being a fan of something and being a follower. The distinction, as Idleman points out, is critical. Most of us consider ourselves fans of someone or something. We might have a favorite author whose books we avidly read, or a singer or musical group whose recordings we buy as soon ... (click for more)
Pastor Mitch McClure of Middle Valley Church of God, located at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, will speak on the topic, "It's Starting To Get Really Bad!" in the 10:30 a.m. service this Sunday. This sermon is part of a special series of sermons based on the Biblical report of Jesus that the Last Days would be preceded by events like Noah's ... (click for more)
Erlanger Health System officials said an overhaul of the hospital's debt will include $70 million in new loans for several major hospital projects - including $11.5 million toward a new $30 million Children's/Women's Hospital. The overall cost of the latter facility is $30 million, but the hospital is seeking significant outside gifts and support. It will also pay for a $50 million ... (click for more)
Legendary radio broadcaster Luther Masingill died early Monday morning at Memorial Hospital surrounded by family and friends. He was 92 and had been on the air for a record 74 years. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at Historic Engel Stadium, 1130 E 3rd St., at 2 p.m. with Pastor Todd McElyea officiating. Honorary pallbearers will be the staff at ... (click for more)
Chattanooga has lost its most popular citizen – Luther Masingill. Although we are saddened we cherish the memories. All of us have a Luther story. Mine is the first time I met Luther. This was before TV and all of Chattanooga listened to Luther on the radio. I was 12-years-old. Some of my buddies and I had gone to the State Theater in downtown ... (click for more)
Every day I am peppered with emails that friends send to me from across the country so I am unsure of where the fable you are about to read originated. But with early voting for the November general election now in full swing, I think everyone who will -- or will not -- take part in freedom’s greatest privilege should read this story because I believe there is a great lesson contained ... (click for more)