Local family promotes plan to read Bible in a year

Helena Rodriguez: PNT staff writer The Bible can look like a huge and intimidating book to open. A local ministry believes they have the answer to not only get families reading the Bible together, but to read it in a year. Under their Read the Bible in One Year Plan, an average family, person or […]

Religion Briefs

Vacation bible school coming A Bible-land adventure tour is scheduled to include Egypt, Babylon and Jerusalem. The school will run Monday through Wednesday, from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. at the Third and Kilgore Church of Christ. Children from age 2 to the sixth grade are welcome to attend.

Conquerors win season finale

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By Dave Wagner The Faith Triumphant Conquerors ended their 2004-05 basketball season on a successful note Thursday night with a 72-51 victory over Amarillo Bible Heritage at the FTCS gym. Junior Seth Pearon led four players in double figures for FTCS (12-4) with a personal-best 22 points. Luis McCain added 18 points while Caleb Richards […]

Students unite for bible study

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By Laurie Stone Four students affiliated with The Thomas Moore Outreach Ministry on Campus at Eastern New Mexico University have stepped into a place of leadership to unite people for God in a nondenominational Bible study. Rev. Tobin Hitt encouraged Rodrick Chambers of Victory Life Church, Lucero Tirado and Fide Davalos of St. Helen’s Catholic […]

Deep in the heart of Texas, there’s religion

By Bob Huber If you want to get deep into religion, find a Texan. They even think Moses was a Texan. As proof they point to a wall in the Cross Trails Church in Fairlie, Texas, which contains the King Ranch version of the 10 Commandments. It reads: • There’s just one God. • Honor […]

June 30 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Transitions Birthdays July 3-9: Cindy Boone, Elois Creighton, Louise Morris, Traci Nuckoles, Summer Shrock, Buddy Taylor, Carolyn Parkinson, Matthew Hymes, Jerry Lee, Randy Ray Jasso, and Juan Chavez. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Emilieno Jasso, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kinman, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perkins, and Mr. […]

June 23 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Birthdays, June 26-July 2 Jorgie Chavez, Delma Graves, Blake Cotton, John Hatcher, Manuel Jasso, David Graves, Carrie Hamilton, Chad Hatcher, Sean Belden, Harding Burris, Tom Dannelley, Scott Welch, Junior Jasso, Cherry Eckland and Matt Jenkins. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anthony and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bilberry. Trips June 28-July 17, Halee […]

Here’s to getting booked this summer

By Helena Rodriguez I hope your kid gets booked this summer like I did before I started high school in a not-so-distant past. After all, there’s not much to do around here and it won’t hurt your kids to get into some adventures or misadventures this summer. I’m talking, of course, about reading. Summer is […]

Take the bridge to heaven

Joan Clayton I have always wanted a garden bridge, but not a pond with fish in it. The fish could eat the mosquitoes, but my cats could eat the fish. So I just wanted a cute little bridge in the backyard. To look from my window and envision surrounding it with honeysuckle or roses became […]

We must accept the truth of the Scriptures

Shirley Rollinson I read with interest your articles on the courses on homosexuality offered by the Llano Estacado Church in Portales (PNT Jan. 2). To present the biased view that Christianity is a repressive, anti-feminine, anti-homosexual man-made program — as seems to be the teaching of the leaders of the Llano Estacado Church — is […]