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Our entire family extends immense appreciation and gratitude to the magnificent Sumter community and surrounding areas for the outpouring of condolences and prayers for us as we mourn the passing of our daughter, Ms. Shani Nzinga Williams … more
Today's devotion is "God's Christmas Gift," and my text verses are 2 Corinthians 9:15 and John 3:16, where we see, "Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift. / For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever … more
For those dismayed at how many college and university students and faculty, even, or especially, at selective and prestigious institutions, have been cheering Hamas' Oct. 7 atrocities and calling, in only slightly veiled language, for the … more
The State Dec. 6 On health care, N.C. has accepted what S.C. lawmakers continue to reject As a long-time physician and public health advocate in Rock Hill, I am looking to our northern neighbors with envy. On Dec. 1, North Carolina … more
Last week, Rep. George Santos (R-NY) was kicked out of the U.S. Congress for ... being a guy that both parties did not like, a liar, and frankly, a buffoon. Facing charges, but not even found guilty of anything as of yet. "We just don't like him." … more
We often reflect on past Christmases. We look back to the past because we have experienced the past. We haven't experienced the future. We have hopes and dreams for the future, but we don't know what the future will bring. Each day we create new … more
I would like to bring to your heart "The One Place Christmas Will Never Be," and my text is Luke 2:12-14, where we see, "And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there … more
Post and Courier Nov. 27 Half-billion-dollar lease plan ups obligation to merge SC health agencies For anybody who hoped the Legislature would change its mind and keep the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control intact, Nov. 14 … more
Recently published projections for the U.S. population from the U.S. Census Bureau present a picture that should concern every American. It's a snapshot of a dying society. It's surprising and shocking that it's not getting more attention. The … more
Republicans have one thing right about the border: The Biden administration's strategy to keep asylum seekers from flocking to the United States is not working. Many, including us, had high hopes. But last fiscal year's 3.2 million "encounters" … more
I know I am circling the wagons again in regards to the presidential debates being viewed through a solitary source. Since it is obvious this practice will continue unchallenged for this election and will hopefully be the last time it will happen. … more
Among the liberties enshrined for Americans in our founding documents, freedom of the press stands first among equals. "A popular government, without popular information, or the means of acquiring it," wrote James Madison, "is but a prologue to a … more
Christmas is a joyful season but always has some challenges. The place of Christmas is often a question. Mary and Joseph ended up in Bethlehem when Jesus was born. They had gone there to pay taxes. Paying taxes is never fun but something we have … more
I want to present this thought to your heart today, "Paul's Description of a Christian," and my text is Galatians 2:20, where we see, "I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live … more
Post and Courier Nov. 19 S.C. has bigger problems than controversial school library books Critics think S.C. Education Superintendent Ellen Weaver's proposal to let the State Board of Education decide which books are prohibited in … more
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