In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson proposed that the U.S. government fund smallpox and measles vaccination campaigns in 18 African countries. The Congress approved the funding for CDC’s Smallpox Eradication Program in January 1966. From that early effort, there are now global initiatives that has saved generations of children around the world. As Christians, we have … [Read more…]
Jesus had done no wrong. There was no guilt found in Him. His death was demanded by the people. The citizens of that time choose to release a known murderer and have Jesus crucified instead. Jesus went to the cross and died for us. He laid in the grave for three days and was then … [Read more…]
Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus Christ’s last, triumphant entry into Jerusalem. According to the Gospels, as Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey, the crowds greeted him by waving and laying palm branches in his path. Next Sunday is Easter. Please attend a church of your choice today and plan to attend next Sunday as well.
Popeye the Sailor touted the value of spinach. Nutritionists agree that Popeye is 100% correct! Gardeners know that spinach is easy to grow. And, it’s hardy. You can plant it as soon as the ground can be worked in the spring. God is hardy and can be planted in your heart anytime. God is just … [Read more…]
Poultry Day celebrates chicken, turkey and other birds we commonly consume. Chicken and turkey are lower in fats, and cholesterol than other meats, making it better for your health. They also give you your breakfast eggs. Sunday, and every day is the day to serve the Lord God. God doesn’t have fat or cholesterol and … [Read more…]
Plant a Flower Day is a day to get a little dirt under your fingernails. Take a few minutes to plant a flower today. Today is also a day to attend a church of your choice. We hope you will attend with us. If not, at least attend somewhere. Worship Times: Sunday School – 9:30 … [Read more…]
Multiple Personality Day is an opportunity to get in touch with yourselves. Sunday is an opportunity to get in touch with and worship God. If you have more than one personality, take them all to a church of your choice today. If there is only one of you in your head, you should still attend … [Read more…]
Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting, is the first day of Lent in Western Christianity. Ash Wednesday derives its name from the practice of blessing ashes made from palm branches blessed on the previous year’s Palm Sunday, and placing them on the heads of participants to the accompaniment of the words “Repent, and believe in … [Read more…]