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September 12 03:25 PM
Europe has, it appears, fully embraced secularism. Churches there, for the most part, are museums. Will our churches eventually be museums, too? The future is not looking so good for Christianity in America, but, with God involved, there is still hope..
September 05 11:46 AM
Our daughter was killed in an auto accident. She was hit from behind by an individual driving at a high rate of speed. The collision was so severe it caused my daughter’s vehicle to roll over two times. Witnesses stated the individual was exhibiting DUI tendencies.
August 29 09:58 AM
With all the political hoopla in the past few weeks focused on other races, the upcoming election for all 12 members of the Caddo Parish School Board drew scant, if any, attention. Not that these elected positions are not important — quite the contrary.
August 29 09:58 AM
The British passenger ship could carry a maximum of 2,200 passengers, and it measured 882 and one half feet in length. Many people believed it was unsinkable because its hull was divided into 16 watertight compartments. Even if two of those compartments flooded, the ship should still float.
August 22 10:43 AM
It’s always a pleasant surprise when an unheralded candidate suddenly appears on the local political scene and qualifies for office. Such is the case with the recent announcement by Trina Chu that she will run for Caddo District Judge; she qualified this week.
August 22 10:42 AM
Your conscience is the sense of what is right or wrong in your conduct and your motives. In a Christian, the Holy Spirit activates your conscience by bringing to mind a principle or warning from God’s Word. A clear conscience is one of the best friends you’ll ever have.
August 22 10:42 AM
In January, President Obama declared that despite Congressional logjams, “America does not stand still -- and neither will I. So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for American families, that’s what I’m going to do.
August 21 10:54 AM
Once again, rumors have surfaced that Shreveport City Councilman Sam Jenkins will run for mayor rather than seek reelection to his District G council seat. A few months ago, Sam had two false starts at events scheduled to announce his candidacy for Shreveport’s top elected job.
August 21 10:54 AM
The roads we travel are always full of warning signs. For example, when you travel through the mountains in the state of Arkansas, you might see a sign that says: WATCH OUT FOR FALL- ING ROCKS. Or, elsewhere, you might see a sign that says: SLIP- PERY WHEN WET.

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