Bringing gospel to Africa becomes life mission for pastor

Phil Stephens is an unassuming man, who lives his life by God’s grace and would be quick to say he is unremarkable. Stephens, however, has spent much of the last 20 years in Zambia, Africa, bringing the Word of God to people who live deep within the bush of an ancient land.

Capital Farm Credit posted another year of strong financial results in 2019. As a result, the largest agricultural lender in Texas was able to return $88.5 million in cash patronage to its borrowers in March, with another $88 million in earnings allocated to the membership for future disbursement consideration.

The Cauble Cemetery Association has canceled the annual meeting and workday originally planned for May 2.

Tips given for parenting during coronavirus outb

This is an unprecedented time in our world and, understandably, there are many questions and concerns due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The shutdown of schools, business establishments and restaurants, combined with social distancing and self-quarantine, have resulted in major changes to how we navigate our daily lives.

Youth complete service projects

The Youth on Mission service group held a work session earlier this month. A total of 35 students attended, representing First United Methodist Church of Lampasas and First United Methodist Church of Johnson City.