A small church in Southaven is hoping to make a big difference to its area next weekend when Perfecting Kingdom Outreach Ministries holds a Community Health Day at its 9069 Millbranch Road location.
Broken and hurting women will soon have a new place to call home in DeSoto County when a faith-based safe house called Leah's House opens later this year.
In John’s Gospel we pick up the story of yet another appearance of our Lord Jesus Christ after his crucifixion and resurrection. Jesus is walking by the sea of Tiberius. Fittingly, this story begins in much the same way as the story of when Jesus’ earthly ministry began three years earlier.
What is termed a “spiritual boot camp for men with drug and alcohol addiction” in northeast Arkansas now has a new residential home for men from DeSoto County and the area.
In a time when national disunity is high and barriers both intentional and unintentional still divide people along racial lines, several churches in the area have started working toward racial reconciliation and First Baptist Church of Olive Branch (FBCOB) is leading the charge.
Horn Lake community leaders have welcomed the Word of Faith Christian Center to its new home, 1881 Nail Road West in Horn Lake. Senior Pastor Joe L. Butts leads the congregation.
For the past week, Lauren Gross and Ashtyn Baker have been playing basketball. That’s not new to the pair who played for and led Northpoint Christian School to Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TSSAA) Division II-A state championships and became best friends while doing it.
When Ignite Church lead pastor John Flatman was called to plant a church in DeSoto County, the Detroit, Michigan native who has also done “church on the street” ministry in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was a bit surprised about the Godly urge to start a ministry here.
DeSoto County Thursday took a moment to look to God for provision and for answers to the many complex questions of today on the day designated as National Day of Prayer.
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For a week early in March, 25 Northpoint Christian School students and six adults ventured away from their homes and got a taste of what life is like in the mission field, reaching out to serve people in poverty-stricken Jamaica.
Sacrificial giving, the ministry of tithing, members’ generosity, and God’s faithfulness has brought well-deserved gratitude to the members and pastor of Second Baptist Church in Hernando.
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It took more than a quarter-century from original writing to completed publication, but a book written by a Hernando church pastor is out to walk believers through the rough times and difficulties that one may term as Christian discipline.
Inmates serving their time at the DeSoto County Adult Detention Facility have someone they can call on when they feel it is time to consider their future once they leave the walls and barbed wire fencing that became their temporary home when they were convicted of a crime.
First Presbyterian Church, 1455 McIngvale Road in Hernando, has gone through a lot in recent years but church members now look forward to setting a new course and vision for one of the most established congregations in DeSoto County.