As automobiles became prevalent in Union, the need for gasoline became greater. Again,... READ MORE
Dear reader, I will begin by apologizing for my absence in last week’s Appeal. The fall and winter season has been physically tough on me in the 2017-18 season. I have had three separate rounds of anti-biotics in the past six months. I spent the weekend of Feb. 24 staying in, except for a little necessary grocery shopping.
Welcome to The Little Town with a Big Heart"
Don't forget to spring forward on Sunday, March 11, at 2 a.m.
Inspiration poem by Helen Steiner Rice. - Climb Til Your Dream Comes True!
When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I gave up childish ways… So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love." (I Corinthians 13:11)
The lesson in Sunday school this week dealt with the subject of God’s faithfulness and His provision. The illustration was the testing of Abraham when God told him to sacrifice his son, Isaac.
With great faith, Abraham did as God told him and right before the sacrifice could happen, God provided a ram to be put in the place of Isaac.
While the horse and buggy or mule and wagon had been the primary mode of transportation for centuries, men in Union got the desire to own the new automobile as cars began to appear on the market. Then some adventurous Union men even got the urge to enter the business of selling them.
Good morning/ evening to all our readers and friends out there on this first full week of March.
On March 4, Angela Chapman will be celebrating her birthday. Happy birthday and may you be blessed with many more.
We continue our study through the plagues in Exodus. This week we see the third and fourth plagues. The plagues continued because Pharaoh remained hard of heart. During the plague of frogs (the second plague), Pharaoh promised to let Israel go, but when the frogs died, he hardened his heart and would not do as he promised.