Sunday, May 20, 2001

Village work moving forward

Work on The Village in Fayetteville is moving, albeit it a bit more slowly than planned, but fast enough to get a reaction from some local residents.

Fayetteville takes in elementary school land

Fayetteville's city limits will expand to take in the planned elementary school on Lester Road.

Faith Bible Church takes God-centered approach

"It is so much better to study the Bible and see what God wants," said the Rev. John Crotts, pastor of the Faith Bible Church.

Families needed to host Scottish students

Organizers of a local concert by a Scottish band and choir are looking for volunteers to help host the visiting musicians.

'Hope Print' highlight of benefit dinner

As part of the second annual Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team In Training Benefit Dinner scheduled for Sunday, a community "Hope Print" art mural will be created reflecting community efforts to help find a cure for these diseases.

Remember, graduates, God uses the small to do the mighty
Religion Columnist

I have a former church member named Hoke who was like me "vertically challenged."

Cooperation because of Christ

I am going to go out on a limb here and say that over the years I have observed a lot of people and churches professing to be Christian.

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