The non-profit We Care is taking its ministry to a place many people may not want to go.
From the West Alabama Newsroom– A family in Selma is working on a project to send out positive vibes — and the good news of the gospel all over the community.
Many church leaders in our area are applauding this week’s US Supreme Court decision.
For students in our area, summer break is just days away. For some of them, the break doesn’t bring days at the pool or trips to the beach. It can mean going hungry. Some churches are stepping up to help.
Next Monday is the beginning of Passover – The Jewish holiday which marks the delivery of slaves from Egypt. Local temples are getting ready for one of their biggest services of the year.
From the West Alabama Newsroom– A church in Selma uses artwork to help proclaim the good news of the Gospel — and spread the message of the Bible.
This month, we’ve introduced you to heart disease survivors all across our area. Many of them say having faith has made a big difference in their recoveries. That’s turned one Montgomery couple into active volunteers for heart awareness.
A Troy Church is not only offering a place for worship, but is a place to help the homeless.
It has been nearly two weeks since Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Phillipines, killing at least 4,000 people and destroying large parts of the island nation. Now one Tallapoosa County organization is reaching out to churches and faith groups in Alabama to help people left in the storm’s destruction.