Adolph Hitler. Ted Bundy. Darth Vader. Charles Manson. Saddam Hussein. Benito Mussolini. The Joker.
We had few problems finding photos to illustrate this Saturday’s Your Faith page, which features a story about perspectives on evil in the world.
Pat Summerall will appear this year at the Masters Prayer Breakfast.
The announcer, a “voice of the Masters” at CBS Sports, was chosen to share his testimony at the early morning breakfast for golf fans and community leaders.
We've got a little blurb on today's nation page about a decision facing the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Local presbyteries have joined a growing majority around the country that have voted against an amendment that loosens the church’s restrictions on gay and lesbian clergy.
He’s know by some as “the Pavarotti of Christian music” and he’ll be participating in the worship service of an Augusta church Sunday.
Operatic tenor Paul Pitts will sing at the 10:30 a.m. service of Augusta First Church of the Nazarene, said the Rev. Joseph Lennon.
A quick study is needed to fill a male role in The Great Big Gopher Boat, a stage play about the story of Noah by Biblical theater company Enopion.
Director Carol Rezzelle says a cast member left the production with five weeks to show time. She’s looking to immediately audition new talent to find an actor who can learn the dialogue, song and dance of the character Japheth.
Lenten sacrifices usually involve six whole weeks without this or that. No coffee. No soda. No chocolate, no whatever.
The Mennonite Mission Network has a broader take. Its monthly magazine, Beyond Ourselves, came in the mail today with a Lenten calendar as its centerfold.