The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Sunday, March 14, 1999


The joys and sorrows of starting a church!
I have only been a professing Christian since I was 11 years old. I accepted Christ as Savior at the Post Chapel at Fort Clayton in the Panama Canal Zone in a bilingual service in 1956. If I have learned anything over the years, it is that when God speaks, you ought to listen.

Prayer--the key to satisfaction
More often than we are willing to admit, we tend to get what we pray for, long for, and work for. Don't you agree? Note, I did not say pray for, or long for, or work for. There were no "ors." I said "and."

City Council strikes down 'big government' proposals
Fayetteville City Council told staff to strike from proposed new zoning laws a proposed ban on parking in yards.

Czech couple now free to worship, learn
When communism fell in Czechoslovakia, it was a time of new hope and optimism.

'Loving people into Christ-likeness'
The Fayetteville Christian Church is in its 29th year and began when a group of 14 Christians met and decided to find a place where they could worship together.

Japanese ministry flourishes
Thursday mornings at First Baptist Church in Peachtree City are a multicultural exchange of Japanese inflected English, American idioms, tea and Little Debbie cakes.