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  • Trouble the Waters, by Tim Moore


    Several years ago when LeDayne McLeese Polaski, from ​BPFNA/Bautistas por la Paz, was a guest speaker at my church, she asked us to name some ways that our beliefs had changed in the last 10 years. The discussion in small groups was revealing and fascinati More Info

  • Trouble the Waters, by Tim Moore


    Several years ago when LeDayne McLeese Polaski, from ​BPFNA/Bautistas por la Paz, was a guest speaker at my church, she asked us to name some ways that our beliefs had changed in the last 10 years. The discussion in small groups was revealing and fascinati More Info

  • #AllianceAt30: A Free Church in a Free State, by Richard Groves


    7) The principle of a free church in a free state and the opposition to any effort either by church or state to use the other for its own purposes. More Info

  • Raleigh Area Restaurants


    ​**Raleigh has many good medium-priced and fine restaurants. On the weekends (especially Saturday evening), most are very busy. Making a reservation (several days in advance if possible) is highly recommended. More Info

  • ​A Reflection: The National Museum for African American History and Culture: Shedding Light on Afric


    I was very excited when I learned that we had tickets to the National Museum of Africa American History and Culture (NMAAHC) – even though we had to wait three months to use those tickets. The five of us who received the tickets are all retired educators. More Info

  • Easter People in the Midst of the Unimaginable


    Toward the end of the Broadway hit musical Hamilton there is a powerful song called “​It's Quiet Uptown.” It is a song of grief and struggle. Alexander Hamilton and his wife are mourning the death of their beloved 19-year-old son. In addition, their marria More Info