Lisa Kaylor

Stories by Lisa Kaylor

Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

A Joyful Noise: Dixie Melody Boys

The Dixie Melody Boys will perform a free concert at 7 p.m. Jan. 30 at Bethesda Baptist Church, 5793 Old Augusta Highway, Harlem.
By Lisa Kaylor

Anti-abortion gathering planned

Members of the Alleluia Community and Pro-Life Augusta will gather at the corner of Walton Way Extension and Pleasant Home Road to reflect on the lives lost to abortion since the Roe vs. Wade ...
By Lisa Kaylor

Books tells how heart attack strengthened faith

Naesha Parks believes she is the recipient of a miracle from God so that she can tell of God's mercy and hopefully reach someone who needs to hear it.
By Lisa Kaylor

Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015

Needy get more than food

New Hope's Adopt-A-Block Ministry takes food every two weeks to the residents of an apartment complex.
By Lisa Kaylor

Monday, Jan. 19, 2015

Ministry serves up more than message

New Hope's Adopt-A-Block Ministry takes food every two weeks to the residents of an apartment complex.
By Lisa Kaylor

Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015

Augusta church hears Atlanta fire chief

Kelvin Cochran believes God has been preparing him all his life for the storm he is in now.
By Lisa Kaylor

Friday, Jan. 16, 2015

King's dream still not fulfilled, says speaker

Dr. William Harris said King became the single most influential advocate for the idea of the Beloved Community, and his life became centered on making the dream a reality.
By Lisa Kaylor

Fired Atlanta fire chief to give testimony

Kelvin Cochran has a powerful testimony. The Rev. Brad Whitt of Abilene Baptist Church was blown away when he heard the former Atlanta fire chief's story at a meeting of the Georgia Baptist ...
By Lisa Kaylor

Monday, Jan. 12, 2015

Controversial ex-fire chief to speak in Augusta

Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran will speak at Abilene Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
By Lisa Kaylor

Distinguished couple delighted by symposium honors

Brian and Neita Mulherin were taken by surprise when they learned they had been chosen for the Jimmie Dyess Symposium’s Distinguished American Award.
By Lisa Kaylor

Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015

Interfaith service honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Cornel West spoke about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to hundreds gathered at the Gilbert-Lambuth Chapel on the campus of Paine College.
By Lisa Kaylor

Friday, Jan. 9, 2015

Area men meet early for fitness and more

Before the sun rises every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, a group of about 15 men gathers at Riverview Park. Rain or shine, cold or heat, they begin Fitness, the first of the of three Fs ...
By Lisa Kaylor

Thursday, Jan. 8, 2015

Dyess Symposium honors 4

Receiving the Distinguished Ameri­can Award at the event, held at the Augusta Museum of History, were Col. Harvey C. Barnum Jr., Susan E. Eisenhower and Brian and Neita Mulherin.
By Lisa Kaylor

Baby shower will help centers

Radio station WAFJ is throwing the biggest baby shower of the year, and local pregnancy care centers are getting the gifts.
By Lisa Kaylor

Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015

Area shelters prepare for those fleeing cold

Area shelters are gearing up for an increase in homeless patrons seeking a warm place to sleep.
By Lisa Kaylor

Friday, Jan. 2, 2015

Group shares lunch, Gospel

Every Wednesday at noon, a group of local business men and women get together for lunch at Golden Corral for prayer and fellowship.
By Lisa Kaylor

Cornel West to speak at interfaith event

One of the country's most outspoken social activists, Cornel West, will speak at the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta's 8th annual Interfaith Service of Celebration.
By Lisa Kaylor

Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014

Mormon teens make trek to strengthen faith

Nearly 300 Mormon youth make The Pioneer Trek commemorating the journey their ancestors made beginning in 1846 from Illinois to Utah.
By Lisa Kaylor

Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014

Churches plan Watch Night, New Year's Eve services

Many area churches will ring in the New Year with Watch Night services.
By Lisa Kaylor

Salvation Army to help homeless overcome struggles

The Salvation Army has been feeding the homeless since 1891. But while the mission has always been taking care of the homeless, the focus is shifting.
By Lisa Kaylor
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Road funding crisis looms

ATLANTA -- Local officials from across the state were gritting their teeth Monday morning as one state leader after another warned them of difficult choices ahead on transportation funding.
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