Receiving special recognition at East Central Community College’s 2017 Homecoming celebration... READ MORE
On Saturday, Oct. 7, at the meeting of the Newton/Neshoba Chapter of the Mississippi Writers Guild, Windy Nicholson of Philadelphia, gave an interesting presentation about the process of getting her children’s book “Marvin is Hungry” (by J.W. Nicholson) into print through Create Space for Amazon.
What do you remember about Union of the past? After reading old newspaper clippings and looking at pictures that my late mother had saved, I asked myself this question. The answer I found didn’t satisfy me, so I decided to begin a project of researching the history of my “home town.”
I appreciate the conversation I had recently with Rev. Mark Vincent of Clarke-Venable Baptist Church on this subject. This article begins with an introduction written by Bro. Mark.
“Five Hundredth Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, 1517-2017
Welcome to The Little Town with a Big Heart”
There were awesome services at Grace United on Sunday, and there was a good attendance.
Grace United will have their trunk-or- treat/fall fest at 6 p.m. Oct. 28. Area families are invited to come dress up the trunk of car or tailgate of truck and have a good time.
We wish a good morning/evening to all our readers and friends out there.
We send out a happy birthday to Sophia Robinson, Oct. 19, and Nellie McDonald on Oct. 21. May they both be blessed with many more.
In this verse God responds to Moses. Moses had lamented the lack of action on the part of God with respect to the misery Pharaoh had inflicted upon the people of Israel. Moses had delivered God’s word to Pharaoh, yet Pharaoh seemed to prevail. He decreed Israel to make bricks without being given the straw needed.