Misty Shultz: Transition to parenthood requires sacrifices
My life is turned a little bit upside down right now. After several years of being unsure about whether or not my husband and I were able to conceive a child, God surprised us with the sweetest miracle.
At 10 a.m. Wednesday, three young men walked out of TEAM School to start a prayer circle as part of national See You at the Pole event, which took place at several schools in Cleburne ISD.
They were admittedly nervous, but nearly 40 people arrived to back them up.
Baylor president to speak Sunday at FBC
Judge Ken Starr, president of Baylor University, will speak at 11 a.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church of Cleburne.
Misty Shultz: Like Paul, we need to be content with what God gives us
A friend once told me she was hesitant to have people over for dinner because she was embarrassed about her home.
FBC youth choir participates in choir tour
First Baptist Church Cleburne Surrender Youth Choir is participating in the First Annual San Diego Festival of Youth Choirs in California today through July 1.
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Thursday rodeo dedicated to God
Thursday night’s PRCA performance has been dedicated as “God and Country Night,” with the assistance of Pastor Russ Weaver and Shepherd’s Valley Cowboy Church in Egan.
Misty Shultz: In His sovereignty, God is a multi-tasker
At work, my friends and I have a saying. “God is good at multi-tasking.”
Misty Shultz: Put on the whole armor of God and protect yourself
I always joke with my husband saying I will play on a co-ed softball team with him if I can wear a catcher’s mask and play a position in the outfield. This is the only way I might attempt to catch a ball: when my head is protected.
Misty Shultz: Take time to stop and listen to God’s prompting
In was rush hour, and my friend, Laurie, was on her way to Bible study at her church. As she drove, she was drawn to a woman standing on the side of the road asking for money.
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