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'It's in God's Hands': Hurricane Florence Weakens, but Huge Storm Still Packs a Deadly Wallop

And there's still the problem of deadly storm surge. "A life-threatening storm surge is now highly likely along portions of the coastlines of South Carolina and North ... are going to ride it out, fin... read more

On Feeding of the 5,000: A Recent Sermon

But that morning the winds and rains of Hurricane Hugo hit, unexpectedly making its way 200 miles inland to their North Carolina town ... The miracle was community happened. People reached out and sha... read more

Roundabout: What’s happening Feb. 14-20

See the North Carolina Merci Train car ... Salem Lutheran Church, 5080 Sherrills Ford Road, Semi-annual BBQ at The Arbor UMC — March 2 from 10-7 or until sold out: Pit cooked BBQ an... read more

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FRF: JPD officer inspired by SRO to serve

That led to my first ride ... JPD Community Services Division. Whether it is providing a bicycle to a child in need or an adult who is in need of basic transportation back and forth to work, helping t... read more

The Love Story of a Visually-Impaired Runner and the Guide Who Helped Him See the World

You gotta figure that s--- out.” His first move was to North Carolina, where his mom lived ... “Achilles gave me that sense of community, like I was going to church,” Butler says. Butler’s new crew di... read more

DR requests & salvations continue in Carolina relief

Cunniff had evacuated and stayed out ... faith in Christ since SBDR volunteers began ministering to local communities. New Bern site command leader Jimmy Lawrence of First Baptist Church in Mayodan sa... read more

North Carolina Rabbi Can’t Muster Minyan As Jews Flee Hurricane Florence

“There was a lot of fear and nerves in the community ... ride out.”— Governor Roy Cooper (@NC_Governor) September 12, 2018 The storm’s center is expected to pass through Wil... read more

Undocumented man who lived for 11 months in a North Carolina sanctuary church has been deported

DURHAM, N.C. — Samuel Oliver-Bruno found sanctuary in a North Carolina ... out registration paperwork and stepping into the processing line, plainclothes ICE officers posing as other immigrants fillin... read more

The Latest: Experts: Storm could be one of Panhandle's worst

Though the storm is expected to weaken once it heads inland over the U.S. Southeast, tropical storm watches and warnings are in place along a stretch of the Atlantic seaboard in a region from northeas... read more

Undocumented immigrant who lived for 11 months in NC sanctuary church deported

church and community,” officials with the Durham, North Carolina, church said in a statement. Oliver-Bruno had lived in North Carolina with his family for more than two decades. Advocates had appealed ... read more

About 285 Rode Out Storm in Florida City. How Many Lived?

(Newser) – Authorities in Mexico Beach, Florida, estimate that 285 people decided to stay home and try to ride out Hurricane Michael, reports the AP. As has been well reported by now, the coastal comm... read more

Character coach Jack Easterby has one more message for Patriots before Super Bowl LIII

Obviously, for many of us that's faith in Jesus Christ ... he has plans for late April at the Chapel Grove Baptist Church in his hometown of Garysburg, North Carolina. "He's helped me stay on track, a... read more

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