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Local churches plan Christmas cantatas
DEAR DR. GRAHAM: I’m already depressed about Christmas. Last year, we resolved not to spend as much money or get so busy, but I can already tell that it’s not going to happen. How we can make Christmas what it ought to be, instead of this rat race? — Mrs. E.W.J.
The Killeen Food Care Center isn’t the only place area residents can get food. About 45 organizations in the area work with Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.
Christmas bazaar set for Dec. 7-8
All over this great country, families and friends gathered in keeping with the tradition of coming together to remember and give thanks. The Apostle Paul was consistent in his teachings concerning the need to be thankful in every situation regardless of the circumstances.
HARKER HEIGHTS — “Rethinking gratitude” was the central message at the annual Harker Heights Community Thanksgiving Service at Trinity Baptist Church on Sunday night where congregants from six Harker Heights churches gathered to worship, fellowship and give thanks.
“I thank my God every time I remember you.”
Local communities invited to free Thanksgiving meals
COPPERAS COVE — Reaching the unreachable was the purpose of the “Bound in Love” Thanksgiving dinner at Bountiful New Life Church of God In Christ in Copperas Cove on Saturday.
They’ve had music in their blood since they were youngsters when they used to sneak into the church to play drums and piano. Today, these men use their God-given talents to influence and bring others to Christ.
Killeen Healing Rooms open today
Lillian Billie has been a fixture in Killeen schools for more than 40 years, but her path wasn’t completely smooth.
Local Christian musician Luzi Hernandez has spent a lifetime spreading the gospel through song, and now she is sharing her love of Christ through her own work of art.
Many years ago we sang a beautiful worship chorus some of you may remember. “Let the beauty of Jesus be seen in me. All His wonderful passion and purity. Oh, Thou Spirit divine, all my nature refine, till the beauty of Jesus be seen in me.”
DEAR DR. GRAHAM: Over the years, my doctor has given me dozens of different pills, hoping to find something that will give me inner peace. But nothing really lasts, and my neighbor says I ought to try God. But what difference would that make? — Mrs. M.R.F.
Christian car, bike show is today
Bountiful New Life Church of God in Christ hosts a festival from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday. It features games, prizes, food, candy, face painting and a costume contest. The church is at 115 E. Avenue E, Copperas Cove.
Community Baptist Church to honor pastor
The Academy Awards and Emmy Awards shows pay tribute to actors, writers and others who died during the past year.
Clothing, hygiene giveaway set for today
Picture a man swaying and moving his lips in sync with music you cannot hear. At first, it seems odd because you don’t understand what he is doing. Then you realize he is listening to headphones.
DEAR DR. GRAHAM: We used to hear a lot about cults, but it seems like we don’t hear much about them anymore. Have they lost their appeal and aren’t much of a problem now? — Mrs. A.U.
He raps today for Christ but rapped in a secular world when he dropped out of high school and got involved in drugs and alcohol.
Spiritual discussion scheduled today
ASSISI, Italy — Pope Francis broke bread with the poor and embraced the disabled on a pilgrimage to his namesake’s hometown Friday, urging the faithful to follow the example of the 13th-century St. Francis, who renounced a wealthy, dissolute lifestyle to embrace a life of poverty and service to the poor.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.