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Union Hill Baptist Church in Ranburne, Alabama, is having a gospel singing and worship service featuring The Troy Burns Family from Bryson City, NC, on Sunday, June 14, beginning at 10:30 AM (CDT).

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I rode the elevator with America. The elevator I rode is one in Houston, Texas, MD Anderson Hospital. It was one of many elevators. I happened to be on it because I had parked the car and was headed to the waiting room on the seventh floor of the hospital where Sheri had an appointment.

Sheri and I were married for 28 years. I used to use a line that got some laughs: “We’ve had 26 great years together; we’ve been married 28.”

You never knew Myrt from Mississippi. Myrt was a really devout Christian, who for much of her adult life, suffered from debilitating arthritis. Near the end of her life it kept her from walking and from being able to grip things. Those who knew her loved her and admired the tenacity of her will.

Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday extended the statewide public state of emergency through June 12 but lifted the shelter-in-place order for all but those most at risk for the COVID-19 illness.

A pair of Carrollton pastors are reminding residents to stay hopeful during the pandemic crisis, while other pastors are grappling with the decision to reopen their ministries in the coming weeks.

Easter Sunday is going to look a little different this year with residents sheltering in place to stay safe and healthy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Ministries across Carroll County are trying to help residents with outreach efforts, operating out of faith instead of fear amid the coronavirus pandemic.

My mom lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama — God’s country.

The University of West Georgia football program hosted three former Wolves who are now living out their dreams in the NFL during the Athletes in Training program this week.

The Bremen Church of Christ is holding a series this month about “confronting cultural confusion,” with seven classes lined up to tackle the issue from multiple angles.

St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church parishioners were out holding signs and greeting residents across Carrollton on Wednesday during its the annual “Ashes to Go” event.

The First Baptist Church in downtown Carrollton is hosting the first March Mission Madness next month with the intent of helping as much as possible throughout the community.

Liberty Life Church, 2553 E. Ga. Hwy. 16 in Carrollton, has opened its Fishes and Loaves Food Pantry to help aid the needy in the community with groceries. The pantry will be distributing food weekly on Sundays from 1 to 3 p.m. from the rear door of the church.