International Left-Handers Day is a day to bring attention to the struggles which lefties face daily in a right-handed society. Did you know that of the last 5 Presidents, 3 were lefties – Obama, Clinton and Bush Sr. – Plus, Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, and Leonardo da Vinci. You’ve … [Read more…]
Eu·cha·rist: the Christian ceremony commemorating the Last Supper, in which bread and wine are consecrated and consumed. Today is the last Sunday of July. On the last Sunday of each month, at the morning service, we at Arthur City Baptist partake in the Lord’s Supper. You are welcome to join us. God bless you.
National Parents Day is a special day to honor your mother and father. And, its a time to celebrate the family structure and family values. The family unit is an important structure for the health of children, and the nation. That structure, and those values, are established and nurtured by your parents. Today is not … [Read more…]
When you get the urge for a snack on a hot, humid summer night, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? That’s right….Ice Cream! Therefore, it’s only fitting that ice cream be given it’s own special day. On this day, we hope you enjoy an ice cream cone, a sundae, or a milk … [Read more…]
National Sugar Cookie Day is a day to satisfy your sweet tooth. Popular with young kids, and old kids, sugar cookies usually don’t last long around the house. As sweet and good as a sugar cookie is, it can not compare the Jesus the Messiah. Attend a church of your choice today and give praise … [Read more…]
I Forgot Day, by definition, today is not a day to remember. So, just what are you forgetting? Can you even remember? Is it important? Hopefully, not. I don’t know if this is really a holiday or observance day, but I do know that you shouldn’t forget church today. Please attend a church of your … [Read more…]
“Sunday in the South” is a song written by Jay Booker, and recorded by American country music group Shenandoah. It talks about going to church, having dinner on the ground and other such things. A simpler time. More laid back, with memories, and a belief in God that seems more real than we often get … [Read more…]
Father’s Day is the day to recognize, honor and celebrate the sacrifices and accomplishments of fathers. In 1910, the Washington State Governor declared Father’s Day on the 19th of July. It then became a permanent federal holiday in 1972 when President Richard Nixon proclaimed that the third Sunday in June would be further known as … [Read more…]