I had another column planned for you to be reading right now but I put that one aside and decided to share a recipe that is simple, easy and comforting.

It was Passover time in Jerusalem. Two-and-a-half-million people had gathered in the city. The “very large crowd” (Matthew 21:8) was composed of at least three groups of people: Jews living in Jerusalem, a crowd from Galilee, and those who had witnessed the raising of Lazarus from the dead (…

During these uncertain days with the coronavirus, I’ve been live-streaming daily devotionals on our church Facebook page and website to keep my congregation encouraged.

Last fall I was sitting outside with my neighbor visiting and enjoying the beautiful evening. We had been discussing the animals that in the past few years had taken back their rural territory.

There’s an irony going on right now. Although my husband is here with me, a blessing, I’ve never been so physically isolated from everyone else.

My dear friend Margaret Fowler passed away recently just a couple of months shy of her 98th birthday.

While pastoring in Wilmington, North Carolina, I went to see a man in the hospital who was recuperating from a heart attack.

MUNCIE — Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development announced that the Indiana Tourism Council awarded $250,000 to Minnetrista Cultural Foundation for the development of the Bob Ross Experience.

There are some words that are overworked, for example, “love.” We say to our spouse, “I love you,” but we also say, “I love that car,” or “I love that song,” or “I love grits!” (I’m from the South.)

I have always loved sharing recipes and memories from not just my life but from the lives of others close to me as well.

Looking at His disciples, Jesus was anything but pleased. His ragtag band of followers were frantically fretting over everyday needs – food, clothes, shelter.

Free cancer screenings for uninsured, underinsured women

Henry County author Mark Herbkersman is releasing his new book: “A Wild and Lonely Land.” The work, a collection of western-themed tales, make up this, his seventh book.

Here at the Courier-Times, a new product – your newspaper – is created every day that we print. Retired long-time news editor Sharon Godsey used to describe completion of the daily process as “another miracle on South 14th Street.”

Sponsors needed for an upcoming one-woman show

Glen and Bobette Wilkinson started dating halfway through their senior year at New Castle High School, graduating in 1954.

You may have seen the video on the news: A sink hole somewhere in the southwest United States opening up and swallowing a car.

Emily Waltz named to Fall 2019 dean’s list at the University of Findlay

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus preached a message pitting the Kingdom of God against a worldly kingdom. The Jews had tired of corrupt kings! Everyone was looking for the Messiah to appear and take charge – politically!

Pie sales are under way for ICAP Foster Grandparent Program

Henry County Senior Center: 108 S. Main St. 521-7414. Tuesday and Thursday free classes, Tai-chi, 9:30 a.m., Chair and TheraBand exercise, 10 a.m., Angie’s class 10:30 a.m. Lunch daily, 11:30 a.m. age 60 plus, must have 24-hour-advance meal reservations. Music: 6-8 p.m. Fridays, Feb. 14 and …

MUNCIE — LifeStream Services is pleased to announce keynote speakers for the 17th Annual Aging Well Conference are Karen E Laine and Mina Hawk of the hit HGTV show, Good Bones.

We probably think more about love during the days surrounding Valentine’s Day than any other time of the year. But love is much more than cards, flowers and chocolates.

This time of year, I always crave chicken and dumplings. There is nothing quite like a big bowl of warm, hearty homemade dumplings cooked the way my Grandmas made them.

I recently read an article about how the English philosopher Edmund Burke maintained that the strength of any society is in what he termed “little platoons” such as those found in local communities.

The sacred Book of Christianity is the Holy Bible. A collection of 66 books (39 in the Old Testament and 27 in the New), it was written over a span of 1,500 years in three languages (Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek) by over 40 writers, some educated, some not.

Get another dog,” they said ... “You must get another dog right away; don’t wait!” ... “How will you manage without a dog in your life?” ...

My grandparents had retired in Florida and when I was a teenager, they would come up to Atlanta once a year to visit. My granddad, a retired circuit-rider preacher, always wanted to sit with our family on the front porch and sing hymns directly from a hymnal.

Altruistic Literary Club meets at Art Center

Walter P. Chrysler High School Class of 1970 is planning for the 50th-year class reunion on Aug. 21-23. Several classmates have not been located, and the committee would appreciate help finding them.