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Remember. I never said there would be a red wave in last Tuesday’s General Election. I never “count my biddies before they hatch,” as Mom used to say. She played basketball at Maury High School in the 1930s, and like most of us who have had a hand in sports, we know too well that counting a …

Tuesday, November 8 is election day. I would argue this election may be the most important one in the history of the nation. It is also easy to vote if you’ve done your research and you understand the dynamics occurring in this country. To learn more about the election, go to your local coun…

The Bible commands Christians to welcome and care for the most vulnerable among us; that includes the immigrant and sojourner. In Hebrews 13, for example, we are called upon to “show hospitality to strangers” as though they were angels. It is with this knowledge, and faith in God’s love, tha…

Living as we are in a time where Christian nationalism is a growing phenomenon in a culture which bombards us each day with such nasty political polarization, it’s not easy for people of all faith traditions to keep their minds and hearts focused on God’s presence.

Living as we are in a time where Christian nationalism is a growing phenomenon in a culture which bombards us each day with such nasty political polarization, it’s not easy for people of all faith traditions to keep their minds and hearts focused on God’s presence.

One-on-One with D.G. Martin

When Frank Daniels Jr. died June 30, people lined up across the state to express admiration and appreciation for his service and contributions to North Carolina. He was praised for his and his family’s importance to the state through their ownership of The Raleigh News & Observer.

I have two brilliant autistic sons who face many different challenges in life. They both fight battles every day that you and I can only imagine. I’m so grateful that they qualify for Medicaid coverage, but as for myself, I cannot afford private health insurance. At the moment I have tempora…