The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Sunday, January 10, 1999


A man and a kaleidoscope
A Parable: Once upon a time there was a man who had a kaleidoscope. He loved it. He admired its beauty. It gave him such pleasure. And he anxiously awaited it next splendid picture.

Kenwood Christian: a purpose-driven church
The Kenwood Christian Church began in September 1983, in the homes of the Lockman's, the McEwen's and the Lyle's. At the end of the month, they had received a state charter for the church, moved into what amounted as a three-car garage, and then in an office building.

A chocoholic's confession
Twenty years ago or somewhere there abouts, a week or so before Christmas, my friend Judy received a two pound box of Russell Stover, chocolate-covered nuts from a Bell South (then Southern Bell) co-worker.

Sunday Briefs

New Hope women's conference reaches out to area
New Hope Baptist Church in Fayetteville hopes to provide some answers to some of the most difficult questions facing women in the upcoming women's conference titled, "What Matters Most."