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Memphis author releases book on Christian life

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — This week marks the nationwide release of “Just What Is the Christian Life About Anyway? — Second Edition,” by Memphis author Jason Ray. He drew upon the Bible for his research and said he learned that life is about emulating the life of Jesus. Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises on Jan. […]

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SBA students join pro-life march for 26th year

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  For the 26th year, 80 St. Benedict at Auburndale students and chaperones, traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the annual March for Life on Jan. 22. The date marked the 42nd Anniversary of the Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion in the U.S. The students and chaperones traveled about 17 […]

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Foundation condemns proclamation that God ‘owns’ an Alabama city

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On Jan. 16, the Freedom From Religion Foundation denounced a proclamation issued by Mayor Randy Price and the Winfield, Ala., City Council that declared Winfield “a City under God” that “is where it is today because of God’s grace and mercy.” “Such a proclamation might be expected in a theocracy, but not in the country that […]

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St. Ann to build a prayer labyrinth

St. Ann Catholic Church has begun work on the construction of a courtyard prayer labyrinth at the entrance to the church, located at at 6529 Stage Road in Bartlett. The 51-foot diameter concrete labyrinth is being constructed by Integrity Landscaping & Design of Cordova. The prayer labyrinth is an ancient form of meditative prayer used […]

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Christmas gift program helps Memphis kids

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Santa inspired delighted smiles and at least one skeptical look among attendees at last weekend’s Angel Tree Party for 40 children from the Bent Tree Apartments in Memphis. Faith Baptist Church of Bartlett, in conjunction with Hope Fellowship, hosted the charitable event, which included a story time, arts and crafts, game time, pictures with Santa, […]

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At a Glance for Oct. 16, 2014

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Event to offer wine, cheese, screenings “Mammos til Midnight” will provide screening mammograms with extended hours, 5 p.m.-midnight on Oct. 17 at Saint Francis Hospital – Bartlett Imaging Center, 2986 Kate Bond Road, Bartlett. There will be wine, cheese and hors d’oeuvres. For an appointment, call (901) 820-7575. Spike’s Sprint 5K and festival set for […]

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See You at the Pole

On Sept. 24, Mid-South students at several area schools participated in “See You at the Pole,” a national event that encourages students to gather at flagpoles in front of their schools for Christian prayer. The event, occuring annually since 1990, is voluntary and is held in the early morning before school starts.

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Pastor carries flag, salutes on U.S. walk

He’s a skinny man with a white beard, sturdy sneakers, a large American flag outfitted with a soft foam grip on the pole for hours of walking, and a crisp salute for everyone he sees … for nearly 1,200 miles so far. Walter “Chick” McGill is pastor of the Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church in […]

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Musical ‘Job’ opens in Bartlett on July 25

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Bartlett fans of live musicals and inspirational messages will have a special opportunity this Friday. The original musical, “Job: The Now Testament,” will be performed at St. Ann Catholic Church in Bartlett at 7:30 p.m. July 25. Written by Memphis resident John Angotti, the show focuses on Aaron, a main character who suffers greatly in […]

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Acid attack survivor to speak in Bartlett July 20

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A Pakistani woman who survived an acid attack because of her Christian faith will be the guest speaker on July 20 at the Bartlett United Methodist Church. Julie Aftab, 26, will talk about her injuries, her recovery and her faith. Aftab was 16 when someone threw acid onto her face and down her throat because […]

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