Faith And Doubt Is Theme For January At Tyner United Methodist

Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Sermons on the theme of Faith and Doubt will be Sundays at 11 a.m. in January (5, 12, 19, 26) at Tyner United MethodistChurch, 6805 Standier Gap Road. Are you ever burdened by doubts about your faith? Is God really there? Why is there evil in this world? How can I claim to be a believer if I’m not always sure about what I believe? Why doesn’t faith make more sense? Come explore these questions and more in January as we begin a sermon series looking at faith and doubt and what they mean to people struggling with believing.

Hawkinsville Missionary Baptist Hosts Free Symposium June 4

Hawkinsville Missionary Baptist Church, located at 7463 Pinewood Dr., will host a free symposium on Saturday, June 4, from 10 a.m. to noon. There will be two presenters. Dr. L. K. Pendleton, Senior Pastor of St. Mary's Road United Methodist Church, is author of the book "Say You Want to Be Married? No You Don't!" It is a contemplative look at marriage. Dr.Pendleton ... (click for more)

Bob Tamasy: Worth Taking Time To Remember

Even though war has been part of human history virtually from the start, no one in their right mind enjoys war, even the thought of it. (With the possible exception of defense contractors.) The old John Wayne movies of the 1940’s made combat seem like a great experience, a wonderful way for bonding and building camaraderie with fellow soldiers. But the movies lied. As a boy, ... (click for more)

Jury Chosen For Hawk Murder Trial

Twelve jurors and two alternates have been chosen for the trial of Billy Hawk.  Hawk is charged with a cold case murder from 1981 involving victim Johnny Mack Salyer, who was found in a locked steel drum in the Tennessee River. At the time of the murder, Salyer and Hawk were co-defendants in a cocaine distribution case.  Seventy-two jurors appeared for jury duty ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Honors Military Veterans

A Memorial Day service was held at the National Cemetery on Monday. (click for more)

Calling Out Bad Behavior In St. Elmo - And Response (2)

I have lived in the St. Elmo community of Chattanooga for practicially all 52 years of my life. My grandmother moved to St. Elmo in 1919. My Dad was literally born in a home in St. Elmo and lived his entire 72 years in this community and my Mom has lived here 60 years of her life. I am very disappointed in what my neighborhood has become. I like people. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Amputee Team Wins Relay

As a news junkie there isn’t a lot that gets past me in my morning reading, yet I had no idea there was a relay race in Chattanooga two weekends ago. Maybe that’s why 1,500 people ran away and never came back – the finish line was in Nashville. How the Ragnar Relays work is pretty simple. The organizers pick two cities that are about 200 miles apart and then 12-to-14 runners ... (click for more)