Philippines

MISSION: Philippines

MISSION: Philippines

Church short-term mission trips can take on many forms with lay volunteers serving on work teams, evangelism teams and teams leading Vacation Bible Schools, each with the goal of sharing the gospel in word and deed stateside and abroad. One form of a mission trip that is less common is ministering at a regional pastors […]

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

1. SRI LANKA SAYS BOMBINGS RETALIATION FOR NEW ZEALAND ATTACK The toll from coordinated bombings at churches, luxury hotels and other sites now stands at more than 320 people dead and 500 injured; Security chiefs were warned of impending attacks. 2. MILITANTS HAD MADE INCENDIARY THREATS The purported leader of an Islamic extremist group blamed […]

10 Things to Know for Monday

10 Things to Know for Monday

1. PRESIDENT SKEPTICAL ABOUT CHANCES FOR BUDGET AGREEMENT Donald Trump says the odds that a bipartisan House and Senate lawmakers will craft a deal to end his border wall standoff with Congress are “less than 50-50.” 2. OPIOID SCOURGE’S TOLL ON VICTIMS’ RELATIVES Hundreds of thousands of families continue struggling to contain the worst drug […]

10 Things to Know for Thursday

10 Things to Know for Thursday

1. HURRICANE FLORENCE CREEPS CLOSER TO CAROLINA COAST The outer rain bands of the Category 2 storm are approaching North Carolina and an increasing wind field raises the risk of the ocean surging on to land. 2. CYNTHIA NIXON HOPES FOR BIG UPSET OVER CUOMO The “Sex in the City” star is trying to become […]

Romance in Italy leads to U.S. citizenship

Romance in Italy leads to U.S. citizenship

Jemelyn Chiappetta’s interesting journey to the United States reached a milestone last month at her naturalization ceremony in Pensacola. In front of family and friends, the Navarre resident became a citizen of America. “I was excited about it,” Chiappetta said. “It was a really nice ceremony.” The road to that point was filled with twists […]