I have been somewhat surprised by the statement made in Judges 3:1-2 in that I didn’t really think the Bible promoted warfare. It’s obvious in reading the Bible, especially the Old Testament, that war abounds. And even Jesus announced that there would be wars and rumors of wars. Maybe the pa…
Courts and Crime
- Accused child killer pleads guilty to beating toddler to death
- Bond set at $1 million in Douglas murder case
- Judge denies AZ bid to enforce new abortion law
- Judge rules congressional OK needed for school trust fund maneuvers
- Man fatally shot in Mescal was son of murder victim, investigators say
- Cochise County authorities investigate Mescal fatal shooting
- Bisbee cat hoarder is charged with animal cruelty, police say
- Tax-cut opponents seek to have issue go to ballot
- Brnovich says Facebook assists human smuggling
- Forest Service to keep better tabs on cattle at Verde River, agreement specifies
- Former judicial candidate's perjury case will be heard by Graham County judge, notice says
- Douglas teen accused of murder caught in Agua Prieta, police say
- Judge bans communication between son charged with murder, mother
- Judge rejects claim that Senate audit records are not public
- Sierra Vista woman charged in fraud case still seeking settlement
- Former judicial candidate Sandy Russell indicted on perjury charge
- Murder suspect charged with conspiring to erase evidence from phone while incarcerated
- Former Bisbee fire chief speaks out on sexual harassment investigation
- Second suspect arrested in North Garden shooting
- Trial date for manslaughter case vacated after defendant fails to hire attorney
While debating heretics, early Christians used the Greek term “hypostasis” — meaning “substance” and “subsistence” — to help define their belief in the Incarnation of Jesus as one person, yet with divine and human natures.
SIERRA VISTA — It’s taken more than $50,000, 15 months and a lot of prayer, but on Thursday the leaders of the New Jerusalem Community Church will proudly open the doors of the their new Fellowship Center to the public.
“My relationship with our Savior has grown immensely,” said Nate Burden, who recently returned home from serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. “In the hardest times of my mission when I wondered if it was worth it, (the Savior) was there to remind me…
There have been great times of violence in history, and we are experiencing some of that today at least in some localities. Often I have heard it said that violence begets violence. Maybe it does, but it doesn’t have to. Our verse today shows us a different way, and it is a way that some hav…
Sydni Hales returned home after serving an 18-month mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her dad, Kent Hales, noted, “Sydni’s service during the pandemic has influenced our family to know when the things in the world change, our Heavenly Father doe…
We live in the age of the survey. There are good reasons for some surveys, but one take-away is that different people have different opinions. Most folks probably assume that there would be many others of the same opinion, and, if there aren’t, some soul-searching may be in order to the conf…
Our verse for today is drawing a conclusion about God, but it does so in a way you and I might not choose. The Apostle Peter, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit,referenced two events that some people think never happened and used them as the evidence to prove his point.
Cody Haws returned home on July 7 from serving a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Louisville, Kentucky. He noted, “My mission has given me a personal testimony of my Savior Jesus Christ. The personal witness and the personal relationship I have with him…
The reporter tossed a standard question at coach Monty Williams after the Phoenix Suns won the NBA Western Conference finals, asking how he managed to be a tough coach and a sympathetic mentor.
Contrary to some expectations, everyone does get something. Some folks think they may have been left out. And it does seem like that happens on occasion. But not here.
OK, so I did it. I was taught to always look for a better word than “things,” because the word “things” does not communicate. But sometimes one breaks the rules in order to emphasize. My intention is not so much to indicate what those entities are, but to focus on the “secret” and the “revealed.”
Breaking a century-old tradition in the name of health and safety, the largest convention organization in the world has moved its annual in-person event to a virtual format for the second time in as many years, canceling nearly 6,000 conventions in 240 lands.
We will celebrate our nation’s 245th birthday this year in many ways—barbecues, picnics, football games, family time. Yet the Fourth of July is also a time to celebrate the freedoms we enjoy so much, freedoms, quite often, we take for granted.
Rene Wevers is leaving on July 5 to serve a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Eugene, Oregon. “I am very excited for the mission and grateful for the opportunity to serve the Lord and God’s children,” said Wevers.