Sunday, July 11, 1999

Wholsome romance in Fayette County

You won't find any steamy love scenes played out by bare-chested manor lords and lusty wenches in “Magnolia's Bloom,” a romance novel written by Peachtree City author Maria Candell. Instead, readers will discover relationships based on love, caring and Christian values.

Christ our Shepard focuses on outreach

The name for Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City was selected because it represented Christ as the central part of the lives of those establishing the Lutheran mission, a comforting shepherd who reached out to those who were hurt and in need.

Jesus and the beat

Here in America we have people with all types of work habits. We also have those who do not work at all.
Peachtree City United Methodist Church to build Habitat House in one week

More than 100 members of Peachtree City United Methodist Church turned out Saturday to build their second Habitat for Humanity house in Riverdale's Trinity Park. According to Joe Tuggle, who is known as the project's “Blitz Boss,” volunteers will complete the 1400 square foot house in just one week. “We were the first group to build a house in a one-week blitz last year for the Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, and now we're the second ones to ever do it,” Tuggle said.

God works His miracles in us when we least expect it

It's those tiny, almost inconspicuous threads woven into the minute details of life where I find God most often reveals himself. And thus my faith continues to grow.