"Four Simple Steps To A Personal Prayer Life" Is Sunday's Topic At Church Of The Highlands

Friday, May 2, 2014

"Four Simple Steps to a Personal Prayer Life" will b Dr. Jeremy Roberts’ topic for the 9:15 and 10:45 worship services this Sunday.

A Mother’s Day luncheon will be Saturday, May 10 at noon. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for children. Teenagers in the church will serve the meal to earn tips to help send them to camp. Sign-up at the information table.


On Mother's Day, there will be a dedication of parents and children to the Lord in the 10:45 service.

If you have a baby and would like to experience parent/child dedication, please email Betty@TheHighlands.cc. RSVP is required.


Keith Baptist Church Invites Women And Men To Join Its Monthly Ministries

The Women's Ministry of Keith Baptist Church, 1573 Keith Road in Ringgold invites all ladies to join them on the first Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. for a free breakfast, fellowship, and Bible study. For more information, call Emily Salter at 423-315-0606. The Men's Ministry of Keith Baptist Church invites all men to join them on the second Saturday of each month at 9 a.m. ... (click for more)

'It Really God Bad In A Hurry' Is Sunday's Topic At Middle Valley

Middle Valley Church of God announces that Pastor Mitch McClure will speak on the topic, 'It Really God Bad In A Hurry '  in the  10:30 a.m.  service this  Sunday .  This is part of a sermon series titled 'We Have To Find A Way To Fix This Problem.'  This new sermon series will focus on the need for redemption ... (click for more)

2 Homes Totally Destroyed By Fire On Sunday In Separate Blazes

Two homes were totally destroyed by fire in separate blazes on Sunday afternoon. At  5 p.m. , a neighbor called 911 reporting a house fire at 3910 Fairmont Pike on Signal Mountain. Walden's Ridge Emergency Services responded and arrived on the scene reporting a fully involved house fire. A mutual aid response was requested for additional manpower and apparatus ... (click for more)

Signal School Study Says Under Own School System Much More Could Go To The Classroom; Lennon Says Getting Land, Buildings A Major Issue

A panel studying a new school system operated by Signal Mountain concluded that much more money could go directly into the classroom, helping students further increase their potential.   However, County School Board member Kathy Lennon said how the town would be able to acquire the land and buildings is a major issue.   A group of Signal Mountain residents ... (click for more)

CVB Should Share Financials With The Home Folks

The recent debate over the Convention and Visitor's Bureau's funding and budget has gotten ugly. A Hamilton County commissioner has asked questions and made comments about the CVB. The director of the CVB has organized a campaign to dismiss the commissioner's questions and comments. The children on the playground are choosing sides and nothing useful seems to be happening. It's ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Trump's Latest Delight

I was quite amused this week when Donald Trump’s administration “locked out” several news organizations from the daily press briefings at the White House. The reason I loved it because in the 50 years I have spent in the news business, I have been locked out of press conferences, too. To be truthful, I am a longtime veteran of a bunch of “you versus me” squabbles and, if I do say, ... (click for more)