A free lunch is available every Thursday from 12-1 p.m. at Open Door Community Church, 1502 Commerce Drive, Dillon.
In my house, we have several cookbooks that have been given to me and my wife Nancy over the years. The most special is a handwritten cookbook that my late grandmother, Pearl Pierce, from Florence, gave to us as a wedding gift.
Sunday, August 7 was “Pastor Appreciation Day” at East Dillon Baptist Church. Members took their favorite dishes and desserts for a feast to celebrate the 11th Anniversary of Pastor James S. Smith and his wife “Miss Connie.”
Is it easy to become a Christian, to be born again, saved? Yes and no. There is nothing for you to do or that is possible for you to do to earn it or deserve it. God does not make bargains with you or require any promise or work from you. Ephesians 2:8-9 says, “By grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God lest any man should boast.” So yes, in that sense, it is easy to become a Christian.
The Pee Dee Baptist Association Disaster Relief Team was recognized by the Dillon County Council at their last meeting for the work they did in the Little Rock area after a tornado struck their in April.
Rev. Father Donald R. Hayes was ordained as a priest in the Orthodox Anglican Church in Richmond, Virginia.
Given the ever-increasing onslaught of evil in this world, it is quite refreshing to see and to hear of a renewed interest in angels.
This is a week of celebration for our nation.
On June 26, the counselors from Camp Pinehill ministered to the congregation of Mount Calvary Baptist Church.
Members of Main Street United Methodist Church and other Dillon and out-of-town people met at the Dillon Wellness Center at 6 P.M. on Sunday, June 26 to honor Robin Thompson who was celebrating his twentieth year as Minister of Music at the Church.