State employees play a vital role in our state’s economy and in providing critical services that we rely on. We ask a lot of our state employees and trust them with tremendous responsibility. They run the state’s Board of Nursing and the Medical Licensure Commission. They maintain our roads as well as operate our courts and the Department of ForensicRead more »
On Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at Cathedral of Praise, SAM’s Club (Senior Adult Ministry) met for our monthly meeting. Around 30 seniors gathered to fellowship and enjoy a pot luck lunch. Rev. Tommy McLaughlin was our guest speaker. We were honored to have him and his lovely wife, Sheila, with us today.
Rev. Tommy’s topic was “Be of Good Cheer”Read more »
For the last few weeks, The Vagabond has been discussing some of the folks who settled in the area west and north of Attalla before the Cherokees were removed. This area was located from around Highways 77 and 431 all the way up to Sand Valley Road and over to Reece City.
Last week The Vagabond discussed the Keener family thatRead more »
For any negative we say to ourselves,
God has a positive answer for it.
We say: “It’s impossible.”
God says: “All things are possible.” (Luke 18:27)
We say: “I’m too tired.”
God says: “I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)
We say: “I can’t do it.”
God says: “You can do all things.” (Philippians 4:13)
We say: “I’m not able.”
God says: “I am able.” (2 Corinthians 9:8)
We say:Read more »
We’ve all heard the old saying that “absolute power corrupts absolutely.” There’s a lot of wisdom in those words. Our founding fathers understood this concept and the necessity for and value of compromise. So when they created our government, they created it to operate within a system of checks and balances in order to avoid extremism. They also created itRead more »