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A prayer for days that seem to never end

Sheryl H. Boldt: Guest Columnist If we don’t watch out, we can develop the habit of living in anger or disappointment, finding the negative in almost everything and everyone. Unfortunately, the longer we remain in that mindset, the harder it is to reverse it. And before long, no one will want to be around us – including our own selves. Recently, during my quiet time, I came across a well-known verse that addressed the issue perfectly. So, when I find myself giving in to a negative outlook, I begin reciting…

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Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church to host Family Seminar

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. In honor of Valentine’s Day and Black History month, Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church will be hosting a family seminar entitled, “Refreshing the Family: An African American Perspective” on Feb. 27 and 28 at 6:30 p.m. each night. Monday evening’s seminar will focus on issues pertaining to fatherhood. Topics to be covered will focus on the “fatherhood complex.” Information will be shared to help strengthen the father’s role in the home and family. Tuesday’s program will feature information for the mother. The title for Tuesday evening…

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Greenville youth host “Dinner and a Movie” night

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Friday, Feb. 17, at 6 p.m., the youth at Greenville United Methodist Church will host “Dinner and a Movie” night. Dinner will be served in the church Fellowship Hall, located at 174 SW Church Ave., in Greenville. Chili with loaded baked potatoes with all the fixings and beverages will be on the menu, along with plenty of popcorn, of course. The movie presented will be the popular Christian drama, “Miracles From Heaven”, starring Jennifer Garner, Queen Latifah, and others. This is a fund-raiser for…

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Regional Christian Women’s Conference held in Madison

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. Light Breaks Through, a nonprofit organization, held its fourth biannual women’s conference in Madison on January 13 and 14. Light Breaks Through, hosts women’s encounters that are two-day events where women from all walks of life gather, learn, grow, and share with one another in real life community. This January conference welcomed an array of speakers and leaders including – JerriAnn Webb, co-founder of Light Breaks Through, who spoke on identity and knowing who you are in Christ; and Jennie Ellis, co-founder of Light Breaks…

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