I watched the documentary on Ted Haggard last night on HBO. 45 minutes of me crying over this man who was caught having a homosexual relationship and who used drugs. He is a man who made a whole lot of money, who did admit to the men he was accountable to his “sin.” He was ousted from leadership, and with that I have no problem. The kicker for me was he was removed from his home, his, not one the church owned, and ran out of Colorado altogether.
Re: your recent headline “Child porn cases not taken lightly.” Really! What about cases of actual sexual abuse on a child? Last year Gill Dishongh, a ‘prominent’ white businessman and churchgoer of the community received two years for the despicable crime. Admittedly guilty.
Men of 4-County Electric Power Association; East Mississippi Community College; parents who volunteer at their children’s schools; John Davis and Glenn Lautzenhiser; YMCA and Leadership Lowndes.
Amid the bleak winter of our economy, governments are right and prudent to hunker down and seek out ways to cut costs.
January has been relentless in her chilling attack. Ice crystals sparkle across my car’s windshield creating delicate marbled paths, splintering onto the hood. The plastic scraper we purchased is worthless against frost that seems to have been adhered with a magical fixative.
With his long awaited and eagerly anticipated Inaugural address, Barack Obama, our nation’s 44th president, offered hope to Americans desperate for change and new vision.
Charlie Box, City of West Point, the Red Cross and Starkville Police Department.
Robert Khayat and Uncle Bunkey
Main Street Columbus and the City of Columbus
We write to you today as concerned citizens and as followers of Jesus Christ.
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