Bad theology is at the heart of much of the trouble within today's church. We literally do not worship the same God. When I was in seminary, I did not enjoy the study of theology because it seemed so difficult and complex. And frankly, much of it is, and
QUINCY St. Rose to hold monthly services St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Eighth and Chestnut, will hold its monthly First Friday and First Saturday devotion on Friday and Saturday, June 1-2, at the church. Friday's service will begin at 5:30 p.m. with
Have you seen the old TV commercial with the boy waiting for the catsup to come out of the bottle ... and then a choral group sings "Anticipation ... anticipation"? I really can't get very excited about catsup. But I do share the excitement of waiting for
In a recent TV movie, a woman coming out of surgery was told by her friend, "Honey, it's OK now, you're out of danger." To which the patient replied, "How can I be out of danger if I'm not dead?" It's a point well taken, that as long as we're still alive,
QUINCY -- Salem Church will hold a Pet Blessing at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Heritage Park, 435 S. Ninth (across from the church). There will be short service and then each pet will be blessed individually. There will be a photo booth with props where
What a thrilling phrase, but tell us, "Is there really good news?" "Yes. It is the good news about mankind." The Christian church is here to affirm that whereas much of the world considers the human creature to be of little value, there is a God who consi
Unity is the overriding theme of this year's National Day of Prayer events Thursday in Quincy. "We will be praying for unity in our city and our government, praying that the people will come together," said the Rev. Bruce Rice, executive director of WGCA FM 88.5, Quincy's contemporary Christian radio station.