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Olivet Baptist Hosts Go Red - Love Your Heart On Sunday

Olivet Baptist Church, 740 East M L King Blvd., will host a Go Red - Love Your Heart event on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Kingdom Center. Go Red focus on cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention awareness for women. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Robert C McKoy, and cardiologist Mrs. Shirley Gordon will provide a healthy food demonstration. In addition, Mrs. Terrell Steven, a heart attack survivor and Mrs. Carrie Lighfoot, a stroke ... (click for more)

Lee University will welcome the worship band Housefires to the Conn Center for the opening of the spring U-Church series, taking place on Sunday, Feb. 16
Lee University will welcome the worship band Housefires to the Conn Center for the opening of the spring U-Church series, taking place on Sunday, Feb. 16

Bob Tamasy: Mice, Mousetraps And Free Cheese

Youth Invited To Join Face-To-Face Event With President And Sister Oaks Of Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints


Who doesn’t like free stuff? Every week I scan through the local grocery store flyers for the “buy one, get one free” deals. If what I’m looking for isn’t among the store’s offers this week, I usually wait until it’s available on the two-for-one sale. Of course, it’s not really “free.” ... (click for more)

Youth in the greater Chattanooga area and around the world are invited to join President and Sister Oaks of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for a Face-to-Face Event this Sunday at 6 p.m. The event is a follow-up on the Children and Youth Program introduced this year. According ... (click for more)



"Looking Forward And Planning For The Future" Is Sermon Topic At Middle Valley Church Of God On Sunday

Bob Tamasy: Things Kobe – Even In Death – Can Teach About Life

"The Love Puzzle" Is Special Valentine's Message Sunday At Metro Tab Church


Middle Valley Church of God, at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, announced that Pastor Mitch McClure will lead a "Looking Forward and Planning For The Future" on Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. Pastor ... (click for more)

One of the imponderables of life is why some people die while still young or in their prime. It doesn’t seem fair. When older people breathe their last we mourn their passing, but can take comfort ... (click for more)

Pastors Steve and Reita Ball of Metropolitan Tabernacle Church, 2101 West Shepherd Road in Chattanooga, invite all to come Sunday as they present a Valentine's message titled "The Love Puzzle." ... (click for more)


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