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“Does Jesus care when my heart is pained too deeply for mirth and song; as the burdens press, and the cares distress, and the way grows weary and long?

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“Does Jesus care when my heart is pained too deeply for mirth and song; as the burdens press, and the cares distress, and the way grows weary and long?

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Sept. 11, or 9/11, is a day we are to remember. Living these past months caught up in the pandemic, some may have forgotten it. We need to be reminded of the events of that day and what has transpired since.

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Two weeks ago, I got the news that Judy, my best friend in this world, had suffered a massive stroke and was not responsive.

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Because my daughter rolled her eyes — I knew that even on the telephone — and my married grandchildren haven’t been married long enough to get it — I have to tell somebody.

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Yes, it was 19 years ago, but I remember it well. It was a Tuesday and I was teaching at Conway Christian School. As I came out of class, a television had been set up in the gymnasium and we were glued to it “for the duration”.

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The neologism winners for this year’s Washington Post contest are in.

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“If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sins and heal their land.” (II Chronicles 7:14)

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Effective parenting is often difficult in the best of times, but now effectively parenting and managing a family are considerably more difficult, and many of us are getting worn out. We never thought that we would be called on to juggle so many balls of serious decision making. I am 85 years…

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Q. I live in Ricefield Cove Landing in the Nichols section of Horry County. I’d like to know how to go about getting a No Littering sign in this area?

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“For as we have many members in one body, but all the members do not have the same function, so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another.” (Romans 12:4-5)

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When Jesus began his public ministry, his first words were, as recorded in Matthew 4:17, “Repent of your sins and turn to God, for the Kingdom of Heaven is near.”

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The speed with which coronavirus research has progressed is a tribute to the ingenuity of scientists, the potential of public-private partnerships and some unsung heroes: lab animals.

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In December 1944, things were bleak for the U.S. 101st Airborne in Bastogne, Belgium during the Battle of the Bulge. The 101st was surrounded by German troops, outnumbered, outgunned and running out of supplies. On Dec. 22, the German commander sent a terse directive to the Americans that de…

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On my days off from work, in an effort to be doing something productive, I keep dreaming up little projects to delve into.

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You’d think I’d have this figured out by now. After all, I’ve been “keeping house” for more than half a century.

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COVID-19 has significantly impacted many of our day-to-day activities. It has changed how we shop, socialize, work, travel and much more. But this pandemic doesn’t have to change the trajectory of your education. You can affordably and safely work towards your higher education goals and acce…

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In December 1944, things were bleak for the US 101st Airborne in Bastogne, Belgium as the “Battle of the Bulge” was ongoing.

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In 1914, the Morton Salt Company adopted the familiar logo and slogan: “When it rains, it pours," letting the consumer know that their product will still pour in dampness and humidity.

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The story of Levi’s transformation takes only six verses in Luke 5. The brevity of the tale belies the radical discontinuity of his before and after. In a moment, Jesus lifted him from his self-selected hell, his personalized tomb – traitor to his people and prodigal to his God – and gently …