Clarence Thomas is, by far, our most abused Supreme Court justice.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 10:1-4. Here we will see Jesus commission His disciples to go out into the villages and towns of the surrounding region and preach the message of the kingdom.
In this passage (Acts 19:8-20), Paul is on his third missionary journey and has made his way to Ephesus. Ephesus was a large port city in southwest modern-day Turkey.
Buried deep in Mississippi’s Medical Cannabis Act, if a city or county does not opt out within the first 90 days, — that would be May 3 — there will never be another opportunity to do so, so Madison County should opt out as well as Canton and evaluate options thoroughly.
During the 70 years that the Soviet Union existed, Ukraine was an integral part of the nation.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 9:18-38. This passage tells us much about the claims of Christ. The Lord Jesus is sovereign, and He displays that sovereign power even over death in this passage. But this passage also tells us much about faith.
This is a lengthy, seemingly diverse passage, but the unifying theme is Christ growing and providing for his church as he promised. In this passage (Acts 18: 12-28) we see the conclusion of Paul’s second missionary trip, the beginning of his third, and the appearance of a great gift to the church--a man named Apollos.
Marty Stuart is spreading the word about his Congress of Country Music. A big fundraising gala in downtown Jackson Monday night will help make his dream become a reality, benefit our state and preserve country music history.
“It’s time to meet, time to talk ... time to restore territorial integrity ... for Ukraine,” said President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Saturday.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis had another moment that lit up the right, this time pushing back against Disney’s critique of the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 9:9-17. Here we see Jesus call Matthew into discipleship, we see Him rebuke the Pharisees, we see Him answer Jo
Acts 18:1 begins, “Paul left Athens and went to Corinth.” Paul entered Corinth alone as he did in Athens. Corinth was a port city and thriving commercial center,
When Ridgeland’s public library went all out with “The Queer Bible” promotion in an LGBTQ+ book display earlier this year there was understandably public outrage.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 9:1-8. We continue along the theme of Christ’s divine and supernatural power. Matthew here has our focus directly on our Lord and Savior. He is reminding us again of His power, His glory, His authority.
In this passage (Acts 17), Paul is in Athens, Greece, after being driven out of Berea. Athens was the center of intellectual debate and philosophy. As Paul goes through the city, his spirit is provoked by the prevalence of idolatry (verse 16), so he begins to proclaim the gospel in the marketplace daily.
When Hungarian rebels arose in 1956 to overthrow the Communist regime imposed by Joseph Stalin, President Dwight Eisenhower refused to send U.S. forces to aid the Hungarians.
U.N. General Assembly resolutions feel good. Twitter hashtags are nice. Cutting off corporate services is better than the alternative. But the situation on the ground in Ukraine demonstrates that, at the end of the day, nothing is as helpful to the Ukraine national cause as Javelin missiles.
Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 8:28-34. The whole of chapter 8 shows us the power of Christ. The first seventeen verses showing His power over bodily diseases; then, especially verses 23-27, showing His
In Acts 17 the gospel begins to spread in Macedonia. Paul and Silas are undoubtedly still bruised and battered from the beating they received in Philippi, but they press on to the city of Thessalonica, the capital of Macedonia.
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