Articles from the Your Faith section archive

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Church sermons to give regard to Broadway

Broadway is coming to Mann Memorial United Methodist Church – in the form of a series of sermons built around Broadway musicals.
By Lisa Kaylor

Southern Democrats speak of faith in campaigns

ATLANTA — The technology has changed in the four decades since Jimmy Carter spoke openly about his religious beliefs while campaigning. But the broader message of a shared faith remains the ...
By Christina A. Cassidy

Joyful Noise: Brian Free and Assurance

Southern gospel group will perform during two church services and for an evening concert on July 20 at Abilene Baptist Church.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Brothers reunite between mission trips

One brother, Corbin, 21, just returned from a two-year missionary trip to Brazil. The other brother, Chase, 19, is leaving next week for a two-year missionary trip to Argentina.
By Lisa Kaylor

Churches to celebrate Independence Day

Several area churches will hold special services or events to celebrate Independence Day.
By Lisa Kaylor

Self-examination makes us more helpful to others

What do you do when you have a strong difference of opinion with someone else? Do you just try to power your way over the other person?
By Rev. G. Daniel McCall

Faith Calendar

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Friday, June 20, 2014

Defrocked Methodist pastor appeals penalty

Defrocked by the United Methodist Church six months ago for officiating his son’s gay wedding, Frank Schaefer has gained a following among reformers who want the nation’s second-largest Protestant ...
By Michael Rubinkam

Joyful Noise: Planetshakers

Planetshakers, based out of Melbourne, Australia, will perform at 7 p.m. June 27 at New Hope Worship Center, 715 S. Old Belair Road.
By Lisa Kaylor

Faith digest

Dr. Tim McClendon will take over as head pastor at St. John's United Methodist Church in Aiken in late June.

Faith Calendar

Send listings by noon Monday to willie.malpass@augustachronicle.com or to Faith Calen­dar, The Augusta Chronicle Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903.

Church gets creative with vacation Bible school

Children at Wesley United Methodist Church for vacation Bible school were invited into five different worlds to learn about all of God's wonders.
By Lisa Kaylor

Faith in God heals psychological wounds, too

I learned to accept and experience through faith that I am justified, relieved of my burden of guilt and shame through Jesus' death on the cross. 
By Dan White

Life's wounds can be healed, if we choose

It is only when we trust in the Lord's word to us more than we trust in our own thoughts or feelings or experiences that we find power in place of weakness, hope instead of despair, joy even in ...
By Ed Rees

Friday, June 13, 2014

Dates are fast-breakers at Ramadan

During the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, Sameer Sarmast leaves the house each day with his wallet, his keys - and dates.
By Michele Kayal

Faith Digest

The Augusta Community Prayer Breakfast will be held June 24 at Macedonia Baptist Church.

Faith Calendar

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Reynolds recalled for Red Cross impact

For almost 30 years, Mary Lou Reynolds led Augusta's Red Cross chapter, setting standards in innovation and achievement.
By Bill Kirby

Church rallies to help pastor's son

The 5-year-old son of the Rev. Matt Moore of Trinity Baptist Church has aplastic anemia and is now confined to a hospital room until a bone marrow donor can be found. 
By Lisa Kaylor

Joyful Noise: Chonda Pierce

Chonda Pierce's show, Girl Talk, is scheduled for 7 p.m. June 20 at New Hope Worship Center, 715 S. Old Belair Road.

Church directory

Find a church by name, denomination or location in the Augusta-Aiken area.

Faith Calendar

Send listings by noon Monday to willie.malpass@augustachronicle.com or to Faith Calen­dar, The Augusta Chronicle Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903.

We're different, and we're supposed to be

Christians might look like everybody else, but we're not like everybody else. We're different. We're weird. We're mutants.
By the Rev. Cynthia Taylor

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