Meditating on His Word with Sylvia Hughes

She opens her mouth with wisdom, and on her tongue is the law of kindness. She watches over the ways of her household, and does not eat the bread of idleness.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Emanuel Webb Hoggard

I love hearing fish stories - the ones that center around the one that got away, the hot spot where they catch as fast as they can cast or the biggest fish they have ever seen.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Emanuel Webb Hoggard

The parable of the prodigal son is possibly Jesus’ most famous illustration amid his many messages. (The only rival story would be the “Good Samaritan.”)

Meditating on His Word by Sylvia Hughes

For from the creation of the world the invisible things of Him are clearly seen, being understood through the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse.

The summer of my 16th year, I was between jobs, and my father hooked me up with a man raising tobacco in Greene County, Tennessee. Dad wanted me to go to college, and this was a sure way to encourage that path.

“Don’t just stand there with your bare face hanging out!” That was one of my dad’s favorite playful insults. I love the also playful subtext: “You’re so ugly, you shouldn’t put your face out there where people can see it.”

Meditating on His Word with Sylvia Hughes

All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. God uses it to prepare and equip his people to do every good work.

Our new refrigerator has been running for more than two years, and I keep forgetting to clean the dust collection from the coils. I forget because it’s something I feel that I should not need to remember.

Grace & Truth with Amanda Hoggard

I was in my twenties living in Winter Haven, Florida when I came out of a store in hurry to get back to work. I opened my driver’s door, threw my purse to the passenger’s seat, and a huge gust of wind came. It blew my door completely open, hitting the mirror on the car door next to me and kn…

PARMELE – The Boy Scout Troop 845 of Carrboro made an overnight stop in Parmele on June 14 on their journey 1,600-mile journey for the “Bike Aloud” fundraiser.

I read about a father who disappeared after coming around for a few brief visits during the earliest years of his son’s life. Told by the son, the story was about how for three decades he waited and wondered and applied what few things he knew about his dad toward assembling his own identity.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Emanuel Webb Hoggard

After the birth of the church, the apostles are immediately plunged into conflict. It seems at every turn, whenever something good takes place, there’s difficulty following it.

Pitt County Animal Services will waive adoption fees for cats on Saturday in hopes of finding homes for them and freeing space at the shelter.