New Women's Book Study Begins At Signal Mountain Baptist

Friday, September 27, 2013
The Adult Fellowship at Signal Mountain Baptist Church, 939 Ridgeway Ave., will meet at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, for dinner at the home of Wanda Albritton, 1211 Rocky Dell Lane. Reservations are requested but not required.
 
A Women's Book Study, "God: As He Longs For You to See Him ," by Chip Ingram will begin Sunday, Oct.
6, at 7 p.m., facilitated by Lizzy Schmidt.
 
Dr. Steven Wright will speak at the 11 a.m. worship service this Sunday, on "Following Jesus Means Recognizing Our Opposition," with text from II Corinthians 10:3-6.

Daisy UMC Hosts Daisy Fun Day May 16

Daisy United Methodist Church is hosting Daisy Fun Day on May 16 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. There will be arts, crafts, carnival games, blowups, face painting, food, music and more. This is a free event . Daisy UMC is located at 9508 Dayton Pike Blvd., Soddy Daisy. For more information, call 423-322-3243. (click for more)

A Life Of Praise

Churches of all denominations, all over the United States, have difficulty retaining those who come and profess faith in Christ.  A person who comes to faith in Christ is a “new creation” having been born again.  This new Christian is not born fully developed and spiritually mature. Just before ascending to heaven, Jesus gave us a command: make disciples by baptizing and ... (click for more)

Corker, Alexander Say Budget Bill Is A Start, But Much Left To Do

Senators Bob Corker and Lamar Alexander said the budget bill passed Tuesday was a first step, but much more work remains on balancing the federal budget. Senator Corker said,  “Left to my own accord this budget would look far different, but at the end of the day I believe it’s important for Congress to complete this basic tenet of governing and set the stage for a responsible ... (click for more)

More Paving To Begin Soon On Dayton Boulevard; Red Bank Budget Has No Tax Increase

Improvements and work along Dayton Boulevard will begin soon. At the Red Bank Commission meeting Tuesday night, City Manager Randall Smith received approval from the commissioners to enter into a contract with TDOT on the next phase of paving Dayton Boulevard. Resurfacing has recently been finished from Memorial Drive to Greenleaf Street. The upcoming work will continue up Dayton ... (click for more)

Dr. King Wouldn't Approve Of The Mayhem In Baltimore

I am mostly certain that Dr. King never meant for this kind of violence to happen.  I don't recall any of the protests he led not being peaceful.  He would most definitely not approve of people burning, looting, the complete and utter unnecessary mayhem, or anything like what happened in Baltimore. Do you really believe Dr. King would condone 8, 10, 12-year-old children ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Anti-Semitism Is Now Here

To those of the Jewish faith, the celebration of Passover every year is one of freedom. The sacred holidays, held in early April, commemorate the Exodus out of Egypt when Moses led the tribe of Israel from slavery to freedom. I believe it is one of the greatest stories in the Bible. On the other hand, the Jewish people of today are hardly free. Globally, anti-Semitic attacks in ... (click for more)