SIERRA VISTA — Calvary Chapel of Sierra Vista has been buzzing with activity in recent days as groups of volunteers gather to help with a major packing project.
Maybe you noticed that the Bible is enthusiastic about giving thanks. In that connection, it seems appropriate to have a national Thanksgiving Day. It’s not necessary, of course, but that it exists provides an opportunity.
Courts and Crime
- AZ Supreme Court blocks Brnovich tuition challenge
- State GOP head wants election results voided
- Convicted killer sentenced to life in prison; Wilson brought to courtroom in full restraints
- Arizona's largest county certifies Biden win over Trump
- Judge tosses request by state GOP to block vote 'canvass'
- AG says Invest in Ed petition firm violated state law
- Lindstrom becomes judge, reflects on challenging race
- Defense attorney will present plea offer to accused killer of Douglas toddler
- Lindstrom wins judge race; state GOP files two election lawsuits
- Arizona reinstates ban on to-go alcoholic drinks by restaurants
- Plea negotiations underway in case of death of 2-year-old Douglas boy
- UPDATE: Suspect caught in nearby hotel following Lowe's evacuation
- Trump campaign makes late bid to get ballots examined in AZ
- New court agreement between SV, county costs city more based on revised formula
- GOP attorney wants video taken at polling place admitted as evidence
- Convicted murderer kicks defense attorney, threatens prosecutor after retrial denied
- Brnovich sees no ballot-counting issues in Sharpies conflict
- Cochise County Superior Court's Tim Dickerson to become presiding judge
- Police catch domestic violence suspect inside CVS
- Benson soccer team celebrates its season
BENSON — It’s Monday afternoon and a family of four is sitting cross-legged on the floor in the First Baptist Church of Benson sanctuary packing shoe boxes with gift items.
Four schools in Sierra Vista as well as the walkway between Rothery Center and Veteran’s Memorial Park were spruced up on Oct. 24 for National Make a Difference Day by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and friends.
On Nov. 3, Ashlynn Elwess is going to serve an 18-month Spanish-speaking mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Fresno, California, the city of her paternal ancestors.
The Bible verse I am looking at today reminded me of an occurrence way back in elementary school. For me that is long ago. It involved another boy who said one day, “I just can’t figure it out. Either my dad is at the shop, or he isn’t.” We thought that was kind of funny, but actually in his…
“I’m nervous about leaving friends and family. It’s my first step into the world that is on my own. And although I feel ready to meet the challenges; sometimes I wish to go back to when I was a kid. But time ever marches forward. I’ll make new friends, and carve for myself a life built upon …
PARIS — The crypt under the plaza in front of Notre Dame Cathedral, spared during the 2019 fire that devastated the medieval edifice, reopened to the public Wednesday after a painstaking cleaning to remove traces of lead dust that spewed from the nearby blaze.
Our thorny topic today might hold special interest because of where we live. I don’t recommend dealing with anyone according to our text, but it definitely caused some people to learn a lesson.
2 Samuel 11 records the account of a low point in King David’s life. He is known from scripture as “a man after God’s own heart.” But people have questioned what that could possibly mean, since he didn’t behave that way here.
In the late 1970s, the Episcopal Ad Project began releasing spots taking shots at television preachers and other trends in American evangelicalism.
Joshua Kirk leaves on Aug. 19 to serve a two-year mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He says, “Since I’ve received my call, I’ve had a lot of people ask me why I want to give up two years of my life for the Lord. It’s helped me know tha…
Some individual verses in the Bible have been used by preachers to present wonderful sermons that may or may not interpret the given verse correctly on the way to impressing upon the hearers some effort at persuasion.