Jones will be Texas House’s Pastor of the Day
The Rev. Karl Jones, pulpit minister at Burleson Church of Christ, will serve as Pastor of the Day for the Texas House of Representatives on March 28, state Rep. Rob Orr, R-Burleson, announced this week.
We want what we want when we want it
Narcissism. Inflation of self. Preoccupation with self. Self absorption. Selfishness.
Misty Shultz: Praying for our nation during the presidential election
With our presidential election just around the corner, I feel inclined to write a few words of encouragement.
Misty Shultz: Finding your way through the valley with God’s help
Call it postpartum. Call it fatigue. Call it my crazy hormones.
Misty Shultz: Choosing a church home an important decision
When my husband and I were searching for a church five years ago, we visited around 15 churches before making our decision. As you might imagine, we were pretty ready to be settled when we found our church home.
Misty Shultz: Walking out your faith, even through obstacles
A sweet friend passed away last week after a three-year battle with cancer. In my mind, his death feels so premature. At 66 years old, it seems he had so much time left to do the Lord’s work. He was such a faithful servant of God, and I can’t imagine why it was his time to go when he impacted so many people for Christ.
Ticket sales under way for ninth annual prayer breakfast
Tickets are now available for the ninth annual Cleburne Christian Leadership Prayer Breakfast, set for March 5 at Cleburne Bible Church and featuring former Secretary of the Army Pete Geren as the guest speaker.
Misty Shultz: Celebrate the greatest gift of all: Jesus
This time next Christmas, I will have a sweet little girl sitting at my feet jostling tissue paper and gazing at the lights on the tree.
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.
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