Men's Conference Delayed At Signal Presbyterian

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Due to the possibility of snow, the Men’s Breakfast Series at Signal Presbyterian Church, 612 James Blvd., has been postponed by one week. The Series will run Feb. 18-March 25. Tom Patrick will be the speaker and teacher for "The God of So Much More." Mr. Patrick, a teacher for 30+ years, will speak to the passion to equip men for everyday life. Tuesdays, February 18 – March 25,  6:15-7:30 AM in Dudley Hall.  Coffee and Donuts. 

Contact Christie Wildman for more information.

Dr. William Dudley will preach on Sunday, at the 8:15 and 10:40 a.m. worship services.


Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Hosts "The Wonder Of Christmas" Concert Dec. 11

Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church will host a Christmas concert “The Wonder of Christmas” on  Sunday, Dec. 11 , at  5 and 7:30 p.m. The concert will feature adult and children's choirs, instrumental ensemble, and handbells, as well as joining together in singing of well-known carols.  All are welcome. (click for more)

Hawkinsville Missionary Baptist To Hold Youth Concert

A Special Christmas Concert featuring Hawkinsville "New Generation Youth Choir" and Praise Dancers, will be Sunday, December 11, at 4 p.m.   The Concert will be held at Hawkinsville Missionary Baptist Church, 7463 Pinewood Drive located in East Brainerd/Tyner area.  For more information, call (423)892-1924. (click for more)

Valerie Bray Pleads Guilty In Death Of Well-Known Runner Cameron Bean

A long-time Moccasin Bend Hospital employee pleaded guilty on Tuesday morning in connection with the death of well-known runner Cameron Bean. Ms. Bray pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide and leaving the scene of an accident with a fatality involved. Defense attorney Bill Speek said she faces one-two years on each charge at a sentencing hearing on Feb. 1 at 1:30 ... (click for more)

Officer Who Was Shot Returned Fire; Is Recovering Well; Shooter Still On Loose

Chattanooga Police Chief Fred Fletcher said Monday morning that the officer who was shot three times on Thursday is recovering well.   Chief Fletcher said the officer was wearing a bullet-proof vest and one bullet hit the vest, which protected him during the shooting.  The officer was able to return fire, although Chief Fletcher would not comment on how many bullets ... (click for more)

An Open Letter To Tennessee Electors Of The President - And Response (2)

This an open letter to the following people who are Tennessee's presidential electors this year: Joey Jacobs (Brentwood), Beth Scott Clayton Amos (Nashville), Jason Mumpower (Bristol), Susan Mills (Maryville), Liz Holiway (Harriman), Lynne Davis (Lascassas), Tom Lawless (Nashville), Mike Callahan (Monterey), Pat Allen (Clarksville), Shannon Haynes (Alamo), and Drew Daniel (Memphis).  ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Abolish Bail For Poor

Our terribly overcrowded Hamilton County Jail may get some help from an unsuspected corner – the Obama administration is tackling the fact that right now over 450,000 people are in our country’s jails because they are too poor to pay for bail. It is a violation of the Constitution to “punish people for their poverty.” As the Eighth Amendment provides, “… excessive bail ought not ... (click for more)