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The phrase “Appeal to Heaven” is a particular expression of the right to revolution used by British philosopher John Locke in his book “Second Treatise on Civil Government” which was published in 1690. The statement refutes the theory of the divine right of kings. Locke’s words were well-kno…

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An “Experience the Holy Land” tour will be hosted in March 2020 by Ed and Marci Shubert of Central Baptist Church of Winfield.

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I have often heard, “You must be born again!” But what does being born again mean? I think of being born again as dying and rising. The Gospel of John uses the image of death and resurrection as the way to new life. The whole of John’s gospel is shaped by this theme. John expresses this idea…

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The churches of the Sunflower Parish invite people in surrounding communities to be guests for an ice cream social at 6:30 p.m. July 13 at Grandview United Methodist Church, 9044 111th Road, in Winfield. 

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The congregation of Grandview United Methodist Church, on the corner of 111th and 82nd roads, just north of Winfield, has announced the appointment of Charles L. McKinzie II as pastor, effective July 1. 

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As Jesus stood before Pontius Pilate, the governor, he asked him, “What is truth?” The Bible teaches us that Jesus, God’s son, is the truth. So truth was looking Pilate in the face, and he did not recognize him. How do we come to the place where we do not recognize the truth? There is a vers…

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Members  of the community are invited to join members and friends of Central Baptist Church on a motor coach trip to Branson, Mo., on Oct. 4-5 to attend the Sight and Sound Theatre production, “Samson.” The season for “Samson” ends Oct. 12.

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In United Methodist world, we call this moving season. Our tradition practices “itinerancy” which is a fancy word for saying that we pastors go where we are sent by the Bishop. Five years ago, I was sent to Winfield to pastor Grace UMC. This year, I have been sent to be pastor of St. Paul’s …

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Psalm 46:10 "Be still and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth."

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Arkansas City residents who have postponed needed yard work and painting jobs around their homes because of disability, age, or financial constraints may get the help they need through a volunteer program hosted by Sacred Heart Catholic Church starting in early June.

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Church in the Park, sponsored by Blessing Heights Church of Arkansas City, is at 6:30 p.m. Sunday under the rotunda at Wilson Park.

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Grandview United Methodist Church, of rural Winfield, is hosting a celebration of its missions in the Caribbean country of Haiti. This celebration will be an extended service at 9:30 a.m. June 2. A spaghetti meal will be served at noon. The community is invited to share the celebration.

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PBS has recently shown their radical secular worldview ideology. If you thought that a PBS kids cartoon would be a safe program for your child, free from political and provocative secular ideology, well, think again.

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Editor’s note: This is a poem written by CourierTraveler columnist Doc Arnett, after he officiated the funeral of a baby discovered dead two weeks before the due date.

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Scripture tells us that our struggle is not against flesh and blood but against powers, principalities and unseen forces in heavenly places. Our true enemy is not our abusive wife or husband, or our tyrant boss or even the mass shooter with a gun. The enemy is the devil, our invisible advers…

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A summer kids’ event called Roar into GOD’s Kingdom is from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday from June 17 through June 21 at Winfield First Presbyterian, 1101 Millington St., in Winfield.

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As I look back on me life I can see the love my mom had for her children. It was a love that began when she gave us the opportunity to experience life. It continued through our growing years through the sacrifices she made for us and later as she kept us in her prayers.

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“I have heard of you by the hearing of the ear; But now my eye sees you.” Job 42:5.

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Good Friday, April 19, was a holiday for some. No work, no school or college classes.

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