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In Luke 10, beginning at verse 30, Jesus told of a certain man who was robbed, stripped and wounded, as he was going to Jericho from Jerusalem. He told of two who saw the man, lying wounded, almost dead, and looked the other way – even passed by on the other side. But one, a Samaritan, had compassion on him. “ And went to him, and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and took care of him” (Luke 10:34 KJV). And he didn’t stop there, but when he left the next day, he gave the host enough money to take care of the wounded man, and promised even more when he returned. more
The Southern gospel music of the Mylon Hayes Family will be presented Sunday during the 11 a.m. worship service at Bellefounte Baptist Church. more
Lee to Welcome Film Scholar to Campus   Lee University Department of Communication Arts will host Dr. Terry Lindvall, a film scholar who will explore the way the sacred can inform the comic, on Tuesday, Feb. 27. more
Karen Slater, Richie King, Ryan Rayfield, Louise Masingale, Israel Farless, Dan White, Jamie Wells and Chad Copeland, who are celebrating birthdays today ... Geneva … more
Charlie Craige will lead revival Sunday, 2 p.m., and Monday, 7 p.m., at Freedom Worship Church. more
Larry Dean Nichols, 71, a resident of Cleveland, TN went home to be with the Lord Thursday, February 22, 2018. He was born December 25, 1946 in Polk County, Tennessee to the late Leonard and Gertrude Nichols. He was a well known Brick Layer and owner of Poor Boys Auto Sales as well as an Avid Race Car Fan. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. more
Bonnie Jean Bentley, 71, of Cleveland, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018. Jean was born in Pulaski, Va., to Richard and Mae (Potts) Knotter on Oct., 8 1946.  She married Jack Bentley on Jan. … more
Charles (Chuck) R. Leveille, 93, formerly of Cleveland, peacefully passed away February 16, 2018 surrounded by his family in Dawsonville, GA. One of the 13 children born to Orza and Joseph Leveille, he lived his childhood in the upper peninsula of Michigan. At age 19, Chuck joined the WWII war effort with three of his brothers where he served his country in the Asiatic/Pacific area Campaign on the Acorn 15 mine sweeper. He received the American Area Campaign Medal, the WWII Victory Medal and the Medal One Star for his service. more
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