Six-Week Lenten Study Begins Next Wednesday At First-Centenary UMC

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
A six-week Lenten study of the book, "The Way," by Adam Hamilton will begin Wednesday, March 12 at 6 p.m. at Prime Time at First-Centenary United Methodist Church, 410 McCallie Ave.,  with dinner by reservation at 5:15. This study, led by the Rev.  Brian Davis, will be the only Prime Time adult program during Lent. Regular child and youth activities will continue. Small group studies of the same book  will be in various homes and times and at the church during Lent beginning March 9.

"Temptation Island" will be the Rev. Brian Davis' topic for the  8:30 and 10:45 a.m. sanctuary worship services Sunday, March 9. His text will be Matthew 4:1-11. Dr. Linda McDaniel will speak at 10:45 in The Vine service.

Steve Ellison: Disciples Harvest

In the fourth chapter of the gospel of John, Jesus met a woman alone at Jacob’s well in Samaria. The woman was an outcast among her people because of her immorality.  While Jesus was talking with this woman, his disciples went into town to buy food. Jesus chose this woman to entrust the gospel to.  Jesus talked with her about her sin and told her in clear and unmistakable ... (click for more)

New Book By Local Author Helps Children Know God

Local author Karen Sherrill believes others can help children know God through his Word and that by knowing him, they can begin to trust him in challenging circumstances. This is the goal behind her story about a little girl with a great, big faith in God in her new children’s book, “Gena Trusts God”   ( published by WestBow Press ).   Written in a simple poem ... (click for more)

Developer Says CARTA To Lease 75 Parking Spaces At Renaissance Park Lot For New $14 Million Apartments

A member of the Vision Hospitality Group said Tuesday that CARTA plans to lease 75 spaces at the public parking lot by Renaissance Park for its planned $14 million apartment complex. Drew Hibbard, vice president of finance and investments, told members of the North Chattanooga Council of the Chamber of Commerce that it will be under a 50-year lease with the transit group that ... (click for more)

Muslim Civil Rights Advocacy Group Calls For Protection Of Muslims In Tennessee In Light Of Statements By Sheriff Hammond

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, on Tuesday called on public officials "to act to protect the civil rights of Tennessee’s Muslim community following anti-Islam remarks" by Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond. Sheriff Hammond told members of the Hamilton County Pachyderm Club on Monday that he ... (click for more)

Sheriff Hammond Is Right On The Muslim Threat

Sheriff Hammond is exactly correct on the Muslims in Tennessee.  He sees with clear eyes the problem with the Muslims in our state and country.  They do want to take over Tennessee.  Our politicians are selling us down the river and allowing the trouble makers to dig in like tics and suck out the life's blood of our Constitution and take us over.  They ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My September Garden

As we begin the annual pilgrimage into fall, I walk through my garden and, in the spirit of Orchids and Onions, I see colorful mums starting to flower at the same time dried-up weeds are begging to be pulled. So as we turn the calendar to September, here are some things that catch my eye: A COLORFUL MUM to Chattanooga State for unveiling the Michael Hennen Hospitality Center in ... (click for more)