Betty Linthicum on the new year, mixed blessings and a sad ending to a sweet love story.
Scouts, leaders and families associated with Boy Scout Troop 19 had a lot to celebrate at Boy Scout Sunday — a 50-year legacy and an Eagle Court of Honor.
John Andrews, 16, son of Herb and Shandel Andrews of Archdale, recently earned his Eagle Scout Award.
Several people have asked why I haven’t written a column lately for the Archdale-Trinity News. I just haven’t had an urge until last week when I began thinking about pet peeves and French fries.
Cooks prepare the food. Wait staff plates the food and busboys clean the tables. What’s missing from this café? A cashier.
As the blended family of Steve and Amy Lax gathered together at their Archdale home to celebrate Christmas, there is an “angel table” in the living room, but it’s not a Christmas decoration.
I have heard stories from elders about going to school, saying the Pledge of Allegiance and then actually praying. This country was built on a Christian foundation. So who has told us we can’t pray in schools and other government places?
Tommy Poland said giving blessings to unknowing shoppers on Black Friday was not his idea, but God’s.
Archdale Church of the Nazarene held their annual 2013 Shoebox Packing Party for Operation Christmas Child (Samaritan’s Purse).
Archdale United Methodist Church will host “A Celebration of Faith, Hope, Love, & God’s Strength,” a benefit supper for Steve Lax, from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22.
Asheboro brothers remain behind bars in connection to a fire that occurred at Franklinville United Methodist Church.
Archdale’s most popular pumpkin patch is stocked with gourds, corn husks and maybe even a few little goblins as church members prepare for the annual fall festival — a festival for those who love food and children who love to play.
Two new gospel groups will perform on the Gospel Stage. A tent and hay bales will allow gospel music lovers to rest, listen, clap and sing-along.
Estie Bennington’s first book would make a great novel, except for one thing — it’s not fiction. It’s a memoir
Upward sports programs are designed to provide a fun experience based on healthy competition for kids and to teach skills for the sports arena and values for life. The sports program is a good fit for Poplar Ridge Friends mission — “connecting a new generation to their lifelong purpose in Christ.”
The Jeff Patterson Class of Archdale United Methodist Church will host a cornhole tournament Sunday, July 28. Proceeds will go to assist Steve Connor with medical bills.
Some aspects of the The Noise Outreach Center are traditional. Others, nor its leaders, are not. Organizers feel that the ministry’s greatest calling is not as a church, but an outreach center.
Vacation Bible schools incorporate activities such as crafts, games and outdoor fun while teaching children a love of God and Christian values.
Trinity City Council has indefinitely tabled a decision on a rezoning request from Lights for Christ Inc. so they can further investigate information disclosed to them during a closed session.
News and events from area churches.
“In the shadow of the steeples of Thomasville, there are many people who need physical, emotional and spiritual assistance, and that’s what the third annual Thomasville Community Health Fair and Car Show is all about — helping our neighbors meet their health and spiritual needs in an atmosphere of fun and fellowship.”
Kathy Liner at Pioneer Family Restaurant had a big family — us customers.
Now, everyone knows life begins at 40, or so we have been told. But you can’t prove this by me, as 40 was such an ancient yesterday.
First Baptist Church of Archdale on March 31 will share space with the congregation of Southside Baptist Church, 2515 Bellemeade St. in High Point.
Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church will host “Journey to the Cross,” a sensory learning, family-oriented event that allows guests to make several steps back in time.