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Christians last week marked the beginning of Lent, a time for spiritual reflection and contemplating a broken world in need of salvation.
St. Charles Indian Mission School students from Pryor sign the Lord's Prayer in the Native American sign language at one of First Congregational United Church of Christ's 2013 noon Lenten Recital Series performances. The children's music teacher and pianist is Karen Poling and Harlan Conroy …
Lent is a time of reflection, a season to prepare for Easter, and Rebecca Davis wants to teach women how to weave art into it.
For more than 50 years, First Congregational United Church of Christ, 210 N. 27th St., has offered a Friday Noon Recital Series during the season of Lent.
The Christian season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, which is Feb. 22 this year. For far too many people, Lent only means being reminded how badly they’ve sinned and how they should fear the judgment of God because of it.
Robin Goldbeck, a self-employed Fresno architect, works on her laptop computer in her home. She is giving up Facebook for Lent because she wants to be more productive with her time.
Like most brothers and sisters, Leif, my 6-year-old son, and Marit, my 3-year-old daughter, get into many arguments.