Gail Bartlett is a 71-year-old gray-haired woman, who might be small in stature but she is a giant when it comes to her faith in Jesus Christ.
An event set for late August in Hernando looks to uplift women of faith in DeSoto County, “who are passionate about a relationship with Christ and one another.”
Celebrated Christian contemporary music artist Daniel Crews will perform at Longview Point Baptist Church's "Night of Worship, Night of Praise" slated for 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13 on the grounds of the church, located at McIngvale and Byhalia Road in Hernando.
Showing a cooperative spirit across the denominational spectrum, several churches along the Getwell Road corridor in Southaven have banded together to pray for the DeSoto County schools that are about to start another year of learning.
Jason Grissom, Youth Pastor at Broadway Baptist Church in Southaven, and the ministry team came up with a pretty scary scenario for this year's Judgment House event — but the aim is not to scare but to save.
By day, Dr. Andrea Moore is the lead speech pathologist for the Bartlett, Tenn. City School District, but she also serves as church administrator and serves in several ministries with her church, Northwest Church of Christ of Southaven, located off Stateline and Millbranch Roads.
You can hear it in the upbeat sound of her voice and almost infectious, bubbly personality. Janie Walker has some good news to share and her audience is aimed at both young and old alike.
Beginning in late July, Dewayne Williams with West End Ministries will begin his next series of "Breaking Down the Wall," aimed at tearing down the wall of separation between people of different faiths, color and nationalities.
Dr. Bill Vail and his wife, Susan, were recently welcomed by First Baptist Church of Southaven with gifts of a shepherd’s staff and flowers, signifying the election of Vail as the seventh pastor of the church's growing and dynamic congregation.
When you hear First Baptist Church of Horn Lake Lead Pastor Tim Trillet tell the story of how he came to the ministry, the song, “I Fought The Law”… and the Law won, comes to mind.
To say Rev. Annette Ragsdale of Providence Presbyterian Church in Southaven is retired may be correct in official designation, but far off in that she may be as active now in leading the congregation than before retirement.
It is a marriage of the “old” and the “new,” the traditional and the contemporary, and the prospects are exciting for a building that has likely seen more than its fair share of marriages, along with worship services, and in recent times even country gospel programs and other presentations o…
There is an organization that has as its primary mission the ability to serve others in times of crisis need and are inviting others to help it live out the mission detailed in 1 Peter 4:10, “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace.”
The new lead pastor of The Church of Lake Forest at 7180 Goodman Road West in Walls knows the sanctuary, halls and rooms of his new church home very well. Actually, it’s not really a new home for him, but rather a homecoming.
Sharing a meal together and the common unity as Christian believers, pastors and lay leaders with area churches gathered recently at Hernando Underground cafe to promote the 1 Hernando Community Lenten Worship Services, with an emphasis on "unity."
Trinity Baptist Church of Southaven Pastor Chad Everson likely believes divine providence joined with a helping hand from another local church to help his congregation move from almost closing its doors. Now, the church Everson leads is growing and serving the area around its new location.
People in DeSoto County are becoming ever-increasingly aware that, in the midst of affluence, there remains segments of the county where hunger is a real fact of life.
As Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church Pastor Rev. Adam Gordon was struggling with what to do with the next stage of life while completing a degree in religion from Drury University in Springfield, Mo., he was advised by a professor that, “With a religion degree you have two options. You c…