Water of Life

When Roland Bergeron, owner of a custom home building company, first heard that more than 800 million people in the world didn’t have access to clean water, he was shocked. An engineer by trade, he became even more involved in water ministry in 2002, when he went on his first mission trip to Central America. On that trip, his heart…

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Dinesh D’Souza’s “Death of a Nation”

Join Mike Gallagher and Joey Hudson for the Upstate’s Premiere Showing of Dinesh D’Souza’s latest film, Death of a Nation. It’s FREE, but you must register.  Movie starts at 7p at the Camelot Cinemas on E Antrim Dr in Greenville. Not since 1860 have the Democrats so fanatically refused to accept the result of a free election. That year, their target…

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South Carolina Peach Festival Kicks Off This Week

The SC Peach Festival began in July of 1977.  The festival has always been held in July because of it being the peak season for peaches.  Even though peaches are not the main farming crop in Gaffney, the SC Peach Festival still takes place as an annual event due to popularity and demand.    Events such as the infamous Mug Bog, Road Race, Pageant, BBQ…

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Pentecost

A beautiful Sunday in the mountains.  What a great Pentecost service at Lake Toxaway United Methodist Church.  Pastor Marcus Dodson preached about the need for a revival (my words, not his) of the church in America.  Christianity is growing tremendously in Africa and South America while our numbers dwindle in the good ole US of A. With another school shooting…

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