"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.


Dalton State College Basketball Coach Tony Ingle Called To Serve As LDS Bishop

Dalton State College basketball coach Tony Ingle has been called to serve as the Bishop (or pastor) of the Dalton ward, or congregation, of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  The LDS Church is a volunteer organization and members serve, without pay, where and when called while retaining their full-time jobs.   Tony Ingle is a two-time national championship ... (click for more)

Steve Ellison: Calamaties

In Proverbs 24:21-22, God presents a question that is hard on most of us and particularly hard on me.   “Fear the Lord and the king, my son, and do not join with the rebellious, for those two will send sudden destruction upon them, and who knows what calamities they can bring?”  ( NIV)      I comprehend the first part easily.  I fear the ... (click for more)

Rico Says It Appears Killers Of 2 Youths At Cemetery "Were Making A Statement"

Former City Councilman Manny Rico, who discovered two dead bodies at the Highland Memorial Gardens on Tuesday morning, said it appeared their killers "were making a statement." Mr. Rico said the bodies were lying on a roadway. He said, "It was just a short distance from some woods. They could have dumped them there and they would not have been found for a long time." Police ... (click for more)

Eyewitness To Murder Says Man In Back Seat Told Another Youth To Fire After Failed Drug Deal

An eyewitness to a murder told a Criminal Court jury that a man in the back seat of her boyfriend's car told another youth to shoot the boyfriend. Charles "Chaz" Holsey, 19, died as a result of the gunfire after a drug deal gone bad on March 2, 2015. Briston Smith, who was 18 at the time of the slaying, is standing trial for felony murder and attempted especially aggravated ... (click for more)

Tom Edd Wilson Was A Great Visionary

We want to add to the many heart-felt messages that have been expressed regarding the recent passing of Tom Edd Wilson, a truly great visionary.    While he made his mark on many local organizations, Tom Edd will always hold a special place in the hearts of those who worked closely with him at Erlanger.   We benefited greatly from his steady guidance, leadership ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Leaders Stand ‘Way Back’

Franklin McCallie, a former principal at Howard School and the maverick in one of Chattanooga’s finest families known for education, delivered an impassioned speech before the Hamilton County Commission on Wednesday. Sadly, his remarks came after the commissioners had passed the FY2018 budget that has no financial methodology for the Department of Education, much maligned in the ... (click for more)