A bumper sticker says: "Have you hugged your child lately?" Family advisers tell us it is most important for parents to show a "hugging love" for their children ... not from a distance ... not by words only ... but love with a hug. In the Cotton Patch Ver
Attending a ministry convention in 1964 rerouted the Rev. Vernon "Lee" Amsler's life, turning his focus to God. After 53 years serving in the ministry full time, Amsler is stepping down from his position at the Riverside Community Church of Quincy.
When the Crossing 929 volunteered to host a dance at Berrian Elementary School last year for the students and their loved ones, the event went over so well they decided to follow it up again this year.
The preschool program at Zion Lutheran Church in Palmyra will benefit from a newly created endowment fund.
A two-week trip to Africa put into perspective for Dennis and Carol Rankin the insignificance of their problems back home. The Rankins, members of Union United Methodist Church, returned Sunday from a mission trip to Zimbabwe.
CLAYTON, ILL. -- Two By Two, a Southern gospel group based in West-Central Illinois, will appear in concert at 6 p.m. March 11 at Clayton Christian Church 202 E. Main. The group began its ministry in 1987. John Rohn, Ray Anderson and Wes Hendricker are c
HANNIBAL, MO. -- Missouri Music Men will be in concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 8, at Calvary Baptist Church, 4605 W. Ely Road. The public is invited. Missouri Music Men is an organization made up of Southern Baptist worship leaders from across the state,
QUINCY -- Gospel music quartet Gold City will be in concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at Madison Park Christian Church, 4700 Broadway. The concert is free. Gold City is a premier Christian music group that has been in existence for several decades, and
Although some people are afraid to die, there are perhaps even more persons who are literally afraid to live. Life is scary at times. It has problems and nobody promised that it would be easy. But sometimes we discover that struggle and personal tragedy d
Parishioners of Catholic churches in Quincy and Hannibal, Mo., have a chance to demonstrate their dedication to secondary Catholic education during Quincy Notre Dame's Commitment Weekend.