Women's Bible Study Begins At Signal Mountain Presbyterian

Thursday, June 12, 2014

A women's Bible study at Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, 612 James Blvd., will begin Wednesday from 7 - 8:30 p.m. or Thursday from 9:30 -11:30 a.m. Classes are held in the Youth Café and child care is provided.

For Adults on Sunday morning, there will be a breakfast at 8:45 a.m. and a study at 9:15 a.m. in Dudley Hall. This week Donna Peterson will speak on "What's the Big Mystery," part of the ongoing summer study in Ephesians on the theme of the Profound Mystery.

The Rev. Andy Cornett will speak at the 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. worship services. A healing service with Holy Communion and anointing with oil will be at 5 p.m. in Marr Chapel.


Apostle Ruth Thomas' Book Now Available

Christmas At The Farm Set For Dec. 8

Bob Tamasy: Valuable Lessons From A Donkey


Apostle Ruth Thomas’ book, “I Have Prayed Since Then: Living Without Guilt Through Prayer,” is available for purchase. "The paperback edition is now live in the Amazon Store," officials ... (click for more)

Boynton United Methodist Church and Boynton Baptist Church will host Christmas at the Farm on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 5:30 p.m. at Willow Tree Farms. The event includes Santa, hayrides, Children's ... (click for more)

A friend reminded me of a fable about a hapless donkey that somehow fell into a well. The water in the well wasn’t very deep, but it had no way of getting out. When townspeople discovered the ... (click for more)


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Apostle Ruth Thomas' Book Now Available

Apostle Ruth Thomas’ book, “I Have Prayed Since Then: Living Without Guilt Through Prayer,” is available for purchase. "The paperback edition is now live in the Amazon Store," officials said. "Some marketplaces may take three to five business days to show the paperback as in stock." (click for more)

Christmas At The Farm Set For Dec. 8

Boynton United Methodist Church and Boynton Baptist Church will host Christmas at the Farm on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 5:30 p.m. at Willow Tree Farms. The event includes Santa, hayrides, Children's activities, music, a message, petting zoo, a fire pit, hot beverages and snacks. Admission is free, however, canned food donations for Christ Chapel Share and Care Mission, or cleaning ... (click for more)

Breaking News

County Putting $10 Million Toward New Shelter For Humane Education Society

County officials are committing $10 million toward a new shelter for the Humane Education Society (HES). Only Commissioner Tim Boyd spoke against the allocation at a commission meeting on Wednesday. He said a more urgent need was a $5 million training center for police, fire and emergency workers. County Finance Director Albert Kiser said the county came up with a total $14 ... (click for more)

Several Large Trucks Get Stuck On Lookout; 1 Demolishes Wall On Ochs Extension

Lookout Mountain, Tn., Commissioner Jim Bentley said there has been a lot of concern with large trucks on Ochs Highway. In the past month five different trucks have been stuck at the top of the road. Additionally, a large truck hit and demolished the rock wall at the top curve on Ochs Extension. These roads are both owned and maintained by the city of Chattanooga. Commissioner ... (click for more)

Opinion

Thanks To First Volunteer Bank

Thank you to the Highway 58 branch of First Volunteer Bank. On behalf of the Ernie Pyle Chapter of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, I would like to express our appreciation to the manager and staff of the HIghway 58 Branch of First Volunteer Bank for putting on a Veterans Day lunch in the lobby of your bank on Friday, Nov. 9. It was a cold and rainy day and Army, Marines ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Lamar Rants

Being a child of the South, I’ve marveled at our funny sayings for all of my life. I’ve been at a football game and heard a disgruntled fan in the stands say of his team’s quarterback, “That boy couldn’t play dead in a cowboy movie.” I’ve been at the Sunday supper table and heard, “I’m of a mind each one of his sermons is better than the next.” And I’ve sat in a Saturday morning ... (click for more)