“Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable his judgments, and his paths beyond tracing out!” Romans 11:33 As followers of Jesus we are told specifically throughout His Word to trust in the plan God has for our lives. That sounds great in the good times while things are working in our favor, but we quickly become fearful and doubt Him as soon as things get messy. When we realize certain things are beyond our control we begin to think t
InJoy Thrift Store Donates $4,000
Boys & Girls Club of Wayne County: Left to Right: Phil Baddour, David Perry, Tim Morris and Danny Jackson of InJoy Thriftstores Board of Directors, Mary Ann Dudley, Jacqueline Kannan, Ray Burrell, April Garver, Charity Johnson, Grant Webber, Gaston Lewis & Justin McLamb of Boys & Girls Club of Wayne County Presented $4,000.00 with a $4,000.00 donation.
DAV Installs new Line Officers
On May 9, 2019, Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 45, installs their 2019-2020 Line Officers and some appointees. Congratulations and welcome. Left to right front row, Michael Keuhn Sgt-at-Arms, Thomas Callan Commander, Wayne Smith Sr. Vice-Commander, Tim Smith Jr. Vice-Commander, Freddy Meza-Romero Treasurer; Left to right second row, Donald Wooten Executive Officer, Alonzo Albertson Executive Officer & Transportation Coordinator, La Faith Artis Executive Officer, Da
Pan Mixture: 1pack of frozen tails 1/4 cup fine diced onion 1 table spoon garlic 1/2 stick of butter 1 small can of hot Rotel 1 tablespoon Tony’s seasoning Cheese Mix: 3/4 cup mayo 1/2 cup shredded parmesan cheese 1 cup Monterey jack & cheddar w/jalapeño 2 table spoons chopped fresh Italian parsley 1 healthy squeeze of lemon Directions: 1 loaf of split fresh garlic bread. Sauté all the pan ingredients minus crawfish on medium low till the onions are tender. Add crawfi
Our Habitat: It's Our Father's House
I realize that by the time this comes out, it’s going to be after Easter, but that’s OK. As I write this, Easter is only a few short days away so that’s what’s on my mind, and I think it’s relevant to what this column has long been about. We’ve talked a lot about our habitat. We talk about that in terms of our structural homes, our neighborhoods and most often our city and county – our community. But there’s another habitat that can be ours, too. I’m talking about our heavenl