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This week is my second venture into the leadership of the Methodist Church in our fair town. Another column featured Rev. Susannah Grubbs-Carr, Pastor of Decatur United Methodist Church, whereas this week I am featuring the Rev. Kathy Butler, assistant pastor of the church.
Welcome to “The Little Town with a Big Heart”
Inspiring story: Christian One Liners — by author unknown
Many folks want to serve God, but only as advisers. It is easier to preach 10 sermons than it is to live one. The good Lord didn’t create anything without a purpose, but mosquitoes come close.
In one of Aesop’s fables a hungry fox notices a bunch of juicy, sweet looking grapes and attempts to reach them. But no matter how he tries, he can’t get them. Since he can’t have them he concludes that the grapes were sour. So now whenever someone puts something down because they can’t have it, we call it “sour grapes.”
In the early years, a variety of essential businesses arose to meet the needs of the people of that era. However, as time and inventions have changed people’s lives, many of those businesses once necessary to Union residents now belong to yesteryear.
The Road to Financial Responsibility
Financial Literacy Month, sometimes also referred to as Financial Capability Month, has been celebrated each April since 2000.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Massey of Madison are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Rebecca Lane Massey to Kyle David Stanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stanford of New Albany.