Shrouded in mystery
The message of the mysterious linen cloth that may have been used to bury Jesus Christ is not shrouded to those who wish to believe, according to an expert.
Church to bless gay relationships
As the Episcopal Church breaks new ground with its approval in July of blessings for same-sex couples, a Sharpsville man said he's grateful for the steps the church has taken to welcome members who are gay.
Mike Huckabee declares Chick-fil-A day
All of a sudden, biting into a fried chicken sandwich has become a political statement.
Christian school opens in Mercer
Creative Learning Christian School announces its grand opening at 550 Grant St., Mercer.
Survey: Gen X abandons faith trend with age
Trinity College released the latest slice of ARIS findings recently, and the news wasn't good.
Liberty man publishes 'Portraits' with father
A minister and his son combined words and pictures to create 26 portraits of Christ, and now those portraits are available in their new book.
Local painter is opening her art, spirit, to the community
A Grove City area woman has been showing more of her unique, spiritual art locally, which will include a gala this weekend at Beans on Broad at 141 S. Broad St.
New Life to celebrate 20th with Point of Grace, Bebo
New Life Baptist Church, 3414 state Route 208, New Wilmington, is proud to announce "An Evening of Compassion," featuring Point of Grace and Bebo Norman at 7 p.m. March 31. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
Wanted: Caretakers for theater with a mission
Grace Motzing remembers dreaming that people were popping open umbrellas to stay dry while watching movies inside the Iris Theatre.
Tourists find spirtual beauty in Judean Desert
Located between Jerusalem and Jericho, the Judean Desert provided an inspiration to thousands of hermits who lived here in the early Middle Ages.
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