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Friday, Feb. 13, 2015

Pope's new cardinals are far-flung, value ministry

The 20 men from 18 countries who will join the College of Cardinals on Saturday reflect the diversity of the Catholic Church. They also represent unity in living out some of Pope Francis' core ...
By Nicole Winfield

Is modern Christianity too sanitized?

I am concerned that churches and the Christians who fill them have largely lost the impropriety that characterizes our faith.
By the Rev. Jeff Miller

A Joyful Noise: The Resuscitation Tour

The Resuscitation Tour will be in Aiken on Feb. 21.

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Christian Learning Centers of Augusta will hold its Learn, Love & Live Banquet on Feb. 24.

Choose true Gospel to be saved

The true Gospel goes against the flesh and focuses on Jesus Christ the Messiah and can be wrapped up in three words: "repent and believe."
By the Rev. James Cole

Victory Baptist Church celebrates 40th anniversary

In 1975, nine people gathered in Dr. Larry and Diane Brown's living room in Monticello Estates in North Augusta. Brown was 28 and had spent three years preaching at Broad Street Baptist Church, ...
By Lisa Kaylor

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Ash Wednesday services heading to streets

For the second year, Ashes to Go will take Ash Wednesday to the streets to meet people where they are. Several ministers are participating in this year's event.
By Lisa Kaylor

Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015

Skillet eager to share music with mainstream audience

There's a perception in the music world that once you've started making a name for yourself among the mainstream, you should stop doing Christian music. But that was never what Skillet was about.
By Lisa Kaylor

Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015

Mormon who runs Web site for doubting members ousted

A Mormon man who gained notoriety over the past decade for running a Web site that offers doubting Latter-day Saints a forum to chat has been kicked out of the religion.
By Brady McCombs

Friday, Feb. 6, 2015

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Pope's address to US Congress will be historic

WASHINGTON - In a landmark event that could have many holding their breath, Pope Francis has agreed to address a joint meeting of Congress this fall.
By Alan Fram

Winter Jam returns to Augusta on Feb. 12

For artists, Winter Jam offers opportunities that most tours don't. Sharing your music with an audience that wouldn't typically come to one of your shows is one, said Francesca Battistelli.
By Lisa Kaylor

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Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church will hold its fourth annual Reid on the Run to support Camp IVEY on Saturday.

Congregations pack 30,000 meals

More than 200 volunteers from three churches packaged 30,000 bags of food to be sent to various countries to feed the hungry.
By Lisa Kaylor

We are charged with protecting God's creation

We all need to reaffirm our role as God's caretakers so that generations to come can celebrate the wonders of the created world we have been privileged to enjoy in our lifetime.
By Gene Norris

Monday, Feb. 2, 2015

Church holds ceremony for new building

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints held an open house and dedication of their new church building, in Waynesboro, Ga.

Friday, Jan. 30, 2015

Church of England gets 1st female bishop

LONDON — The male monopoly in the leadership of the Church of England ended Monday, as the 500-year-old institution consecrated its first female bishop.
By Danica Kirka

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The Augusta Jewish Federation will present The Bible Players at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Augusta Jewish Community Center.


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First Baptist Church of Augusta is offering free computer classes in April.
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