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The holiday season is called the most wonderful time of the year, but between buying gifts, hosting parties, trying not to break your healthy habits (or the bank) and attending family gatherin…

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Are you afraid of the dark, or are you a night owl who prefers it? Or maybe like me, you are somewhere in between. I no longer harbor the childhood fears provoked when the night’s mantle obscu…

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ENTERPRISE — The popular series “The Chosen” — about the life of Jesus Christ — is putting on a special Christmas episode, called, “The Messengers” that will be shown at Enterprise Christian C…

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Advent, which begins the church’s liturgical year, began Nov. 28, 2021. Advent encompasses the four weeks leading up to the celebration of Christmas. The season of Advent, which means “coming,…

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Communion served at in-person serviceLA GRANDE — St. Peter’s Episcopal Church will meet for worship at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 5. The service will include Holy Communion. Masks and social dist…

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Earlier this month, I lit a candle. The candle itself was not impressive, just an old, white wax pillar three-fourths of the way down to a stub. What made this event significant was not the to…

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I release you, my beautiful and terrible fear.” So begins the poem “I Give You Back” by Joy Harjo, the Muscogee (Creek) writer who is currently serving as the 23rd Poet Laureate of the United …

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Jessika Sessoms grew up in a conservative Black evangelical family, attended Christian schools and often heard that being gay was an abomination, until she understood that she was queer while …

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