This is the Day with Pastor Johnny Phillips

The “Wild, wild West” was every bit as unbridled, maybe even more unrestrained, than most of us can imagine. With train robbers, shootouts, range wars and hedonistic lifestyles abounding, few of us can conceive of the real characters that lived and died in that era, and among the most outlan…

This is the Day with Pastor Johnny Phillips

The “Wild, wild West” was every bit as unbridled, maybe even more unrestrained, than most of us can imagine. With train robbers, shootouts, range wars and hedonistic lifestyles abounding, few of us can conceive of the real characters that lived and died in that era, and among the most outlan…

Edenton Epicurean with Cheryl Orr

The streets in downtown Edenton are decked with greenery and lights and it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas after a successful Sip and Shop, Black Friday and Local Saturday shopping events.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Webb Hoggard

Ah, leftovers.

Meditating on His Word with Sylvia Hughes

The Lord now chose seventy-two other disciples and sent them ahead in pairs to all the towns and places he planned to visit.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Emanuel Webb Hoggard

“This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.”

The Carpenter's Tools with Dr. Wallace Phillips

Have you ever had one of those days when you were all thumbs?

Edenton Epicurean with Cheryl orr

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. It arrives when the days are crisp, and the nights are cool in Edenton. The local foliage is ablaze with color that almost rivals the sunsets over the Sound.

Hartman to Heart with Pastor Chuck Hartman

As we move closer to Thanksgiving Day, I am reminded of King David when he appointed Asaph and his associates to give praise to the Lord.

This is the Day with Pastor Johnny Phillips

During the Middle Ages when the Austrians, with the Hapsburg emperors, dominated their neighboring Switzerland, even subjecting them to humiliation and discrimination, a local man, known for his physical strength, mountain climbing ability and marksmanship with a crossbow, wandered into the …

Meditating on His Word with Sylvia Hughes

Don’t you realize that in a race everyone runs, but only one person gets the prize? So run to win! All athletes are disciplined in their training. They do it to win a prize that will fade away, but we do it for an eternal prize.

My wife was scrolling through her social media pages one recent evening when she happened upon a post with what was purported to be the history behind that vulgar and insulting hand gesture that utilizes the middle finger.

Edenton Epicurean with Chef Cheryl Orr

The door seems to be shutting on those warm and sunny fall days. The temperatures this week have taken an early dip from mild to just plain cold.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Emanuel Webb Hoggard

Jesus encountered ten lepers one day on His journey to Jerusalem. They cried out asking to be healed by the Messiah, and Jesus responded, “Go to your priest and present yourself.”As they walk away, they are made clean.

Grace & Truth with Pastor Emanuel Webb Hoggard

I am thankful for the millions of men and women who have given any part of their lives to preserve our great nation — the many hours of training and preparation for the unspeakable horror of war.

Hartman to Heart with Pastor Chuck Hartman

I am so thankful for our veterans — women and men who are willing to serve our country unselfishly, risking life and limb for our freedom.