Opinion

Ask A PastorJanuary 11, 2017

Ask A Pastor By Rev. Beverly Kahle St Paul UCC, Nashville “Which translation of Scripture do you prefer to preach from, and why? Which translation do I use and why? First of all, I think it is important that we use true translations and not paraphrases for preaching preparation. While paraphrases are useful for helping

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Letter: The Story Of Murray Center And CILAs In Illinois

The Story Of Murray Center And CILAs In Illinois Dear Editor: December 30, the Chicago Tribune published the third part of a series regarding abuse/neglect and the cover-up of this abuse/neglect in CILAs in the state of Illinois. The third part of this series is about the closure of Jacksonville Developmental Center, and the attempted

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Letter: At Work On Christmas Means The Family Isn’t All Together

At Work On Christmas Means The Family Isn’t All Together The town of Nashville businesses were closed on Christmas Day except for Circle K". The employees were working when they should have been home with their families enjoying Christmas together. How can a manager make employees work on a holiday, especially Christmas? Do the managers

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ComplimentsNCHS Superintendent’s Report – January 4, 2017

By Ernie Fowler – Nashville CHSD #99 efowler@nashville-k12.org Welcome to another year! I thought we just began the school year and, here we are, getting ready to say goodbye to our Senior Class. That’s right Seniors….It has been over 11 years coming and now you are down to the last five months of your k-12

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Ask A Pastor – January 4, 2017

Scott T. Sharp, Pastor First Baptist Church Nashville Question: “Which translation of scripture do you prefer to preach from and why?” In today’s world, we have about as many different translations and types of bibles as we do makes of automobiles. With so many choices available, how does a pastor go about choosing a particular

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Opinion

Record 8th Win; SoBoCo to Host Christian on Friday The SoBoCo Eagles used a suffocating defense and four first half turnovers to jump to a 28-0 halftime lead on their way to a 49-0 win over Wright City on Friday night. The first round playoff win gave the Eagles an 8-2 record – the most

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