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Turning Your Fear Into Faith By: Paul B. Robinson

Turning Your Fear Into Faith Mark 5:25-34   “A woman in the crowd had suffered for twelve years with constant bleeding. She had suffered a great deal from many doctors, and over years she had spent everything she had to pay them, but she had gotten no better. In fact, she had gotten worse. She …

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Jacob and Esau By: Fr. Isaac Blevins

Fr. Isaac Blevins is the vicar of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in the Battle Creek community.  The story of Jacob and Esau is a familiar one – even if you’ve never read it in Genesis: siblings who don’t get along because they are so different from one another.  Though they are twins, Esau, …

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There is Always Hope A Chat with Artist Jenn Webster By:  Hope Holloway   From the moment Duke Raulston asked me to write about Arts and Entertainment in the Chattanooga area, I knew that I had to write about Jenn Webster. She’s a dear friend, but that’s beside the point. Jenn is also a multi-talented …

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Out of the Cauldron Part I By: Jeremy Wininger

Inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, Robert E. Howard, and R.A. Salvatore, I invite you to come visit the fantasy world of Esyr-Tyrum.  Come and hear tales of roguish heroes, strange creatures, and wizards wielding magic.      Out of the Cauldron and Into the Fire An Esyr-Tyrum Story The Lair of Dru’M’Bar Part 1 …

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Taste in the Valley By Regina Mae Walker

Recipe of the Week By: Regina Mae Walker This week we got our first recipe submission. Anita Howell is the sister of one of our writers and a semi-pro baker. She has a passion for baking things, playing with flavors, and finding new baked goods to try. Anita has wisdom to give and we are …

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Inner Spaces By: Duke Raulston

Inner Spaces Healthy Roots By:  Duke Raulston   Health is a topic that is on everyone’s mind right now.  We are all focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, of course.  It is very important to remember that our nation was also facing rampant levels of obesity, Type Two Diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease, prior …

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Marion County Schools Reentry Survey

It is very important that parents of school age children complete this survey.  Answering the questions will help the Marion County School System make some very important decisions about how to proceed in the upcoming school year.  Go to the following link to complete it. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LBWWXKM?fbclid=IwAR2N41QX1bII4KBRdbvPtIuo8Y7VaSVqJiLQImJOVYo7MfkdaSFzihIH8xY  

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An Interview with Cameron Woodfin By: Matthew Walker

Interview with Cameron Woodfin. By:  Mathew Walker Cameron Woodfin is a midfielder for the Chattanooga Football Club (CFC), a third-tier professional soccer team. Cameron is an attacking midfielder, similar to a basketball point-guard, and will be directing his team in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) Tournament starting this Saturday. You can tune-in to the …

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Sunday Message, By: Pastor Joseph Manis

With this week being the time of the year that we celebrate our freedom as Americans, let’s not forget the grace of God who gives us true freedom in Christ Jesus. We as Americans take for granted the many freedoms that we come to know and love. We remember the freedom of speech and religion …

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A Touch of Magic By: Jeremy Wininger

A Touch of Magic By Jeremy Wininger   Mara would never wish for excitement again.  She would never wish that her life was an adventure.  She would never want anything but her own boring life in boring Tibson, Georgia, from now on.  She ran as these thoughts raced, incoherently, through her mind.  There was no …

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Innerspaces: On Synchronicity and Quilting By: Duke Raulston

Innerspaces On Synchronicity and Quilting By:  Duke Raulston        In my lifetime I have been fortunate to have been involved in planning some incredible trips.  In truth, somewhere more adventures than trips.  I planned and enjoyed prospecting trips in the Mountains of Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.  I once did a whirlwind road …

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Innerspaces: Treasure Under The Mountains By: Duke Raulston

Innerspaces Treasure Under the Mountains By:  Duke Raulston   “If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.”   The Hobbit, J.R.R. Tolkien        Todd Mayo–the owner of The Caverns, in Pelham, Tennessee–is definitely a man that understands Tolkien.  He spent some time with The Marion …

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