It was around Jacquie Zimmerman’s fifth birthday when her missionary parents moved the family to Africa. They stayed for a decade, working with the largely Muslim Mwani tribe in Mozambique.
Atheists, agnostics, freethinkers and humanists from all over North and South Carolina will converge on Charlotte the weekend of September 26-28 for the fourth Annual Carolinas Secular Conference. Organized by the Carolinas Secular Association and co-hosted by the Charlotte Coalition of Reason (Charlotte CoR) and the Charlotte Atheists & Agnostics, the event will be held at the Hilton Charlotte Executive Park hotel, 5624 Westpark Drive.
Union County Public Schools is getting ready to launch its next five-year plan, called the Community Construction Equity Plan (CCEP).
On Jan. 12, 2010, a Magnitude 7 earthquake struck Haiti.
It started with 21 women in the home of Mrs. A.M. Crowell. It was Nov. 28, 1913, and the Women of the Word were just getting started. In those days, the group from St. Luke’s Lutheran was called the Women’s Missionary Society, and each woman was responsible for the five-cent dues.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Monroe hosted a worship service of thanksgiving and homecoming Saturday.
Cultural influence and the need for apologetics go hand in hand for Christians, and Richard Land will talk about the relationship between the two at Southern Evangelical Seminary’s 20th annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics, Reasons for the Hope.