- Public invited to 'You're Somebody's Daughter' banquet At 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 8, Ovid Community Church, 793 E. 600S, Anderson, will hosting a "You’re Somebody’s Daughter" banquet.
- Helping those who need it the most Just three years after her husband unexpectedly died, Virginia “Ginny” Barnes became overwhelmed with grief when her son Jim died. Barnes sought treatment in 1981, and by the mid-1990s, she, Lester Duncan and Harold Ben King used their Christian faith to help incarcerated addicts. Eventually, Sowers of Seeds became a faith-based, nonprofit recovery organization.
- Verna Davis: How about acts of kindness in Jesus' name? What if, for one day, without spending a penny, we would all pick just five ordinary people to whom we would do something extraordinary?
- Church News: May 3 The following are brief Church News items of local interest.
Francis deeply influenced by both saintly popes
John XXIII and John Paul II, two of the 20th century's great spiritual leaders, changed the face of the Catholic Church and the papacy itself with their remarkable, and remarkably different, papacies. They also had a profound influence on Pope Francis, who will declare them both saints Sunday in history's first canonization of two popes.
- Fish fry to benefit Operation Love Operation Love Ministries is having its annual Dan's Fish Fry on May 2 from 4 to 7:30 p.m. at Wesley Free Methodist Church, 3017 W. Eighth St.
New Jersey tot wipes out hours of monks' work
A New Jersey tot has made his inadvertent mark on an intricate sand display created by Buddhist monks.
- Heaven's angels Members of Prodigal Posse, East Central Indiana’s chapter of the Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA), are breaking biker stereotypes by combining two of their greatest loves: motorcycles and God.
- Church News: April 26 The following are brief Church News items of local interest.
Mounds State Park at Easter part of long family tradition
Many Madison County residents woke early on Sunday to attend Easter services. David Long was among them, only his sanctuary was the Woodland Shelter at Mounds State Park.
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