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Faith @ Work with Teresa Treloar

You’ve been teaching for 39 years and are currently a Reading Specialist at Holy Spirit. How does your profession contribute to your spiritual life? Teresa: For 37 years, I worked with Montgomery Public Schools as a 2nd-grade teacher, kindergarten teacher, and reading specialist before retiring from MPS. As teachers, we are given a special gift […]

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Warning Every Man & Teaching Every Man

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Kyle Searcy, In the journey of faith, the apostle Paul’s approach to nurturing the early Christian community was profound and practical. Colossians 1:27-28 reveals Paul’s two-pronged strategy: “warning every man and teaching every man.” This scriptural mandate provides a timeless model for spiritual instruction that is as relevant […]

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Faith @ Work with Robert Fike

How were you encouraged to become a Christian at 22? Robert: After making bad choices, I was between a rock and a hard place. One Saturday morning, with no answers to any of my issues, a friend of a friend showed up at my house with the help I needed. After showing Christ to me, […]

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God Makes Much of Meager Offerings

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Father Andrew Rowell, Christchurch Anglican I’ve had two passages from the Bible on my heart for the past few weeks. When read together, they offer a profound reminder that, on the one hand, we can do nothing without God’s help and, on the other, that God will take […]

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Faith @ Work with Thomasina Austin

How did growing up in the church shape you into the woman you are today? Thomasina: Growing up in the church, I saw God’s love in action. Today, I am a person who shows the love of God to others. My house has always been open to feed, house, clothe, encourage, and love people. I […]

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Prayer Days for our Adult Children and Grandchildren

Most Christian parents begin to pray for their children even before they’re born. The frequency of prayer for our children only intensifies as they grow. We pray for their health and safety, good and moral friends, success in school, the development of godly character and love for God’s Word, and emotional maturity. Some people have […]

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Faith @ Work: Eric Morgan

RRC: As the CEO of Prattville Baptist Hospital, how has your career impacted your walk with Christ? Eric: In leadership roles, we should use every opportunity to serve others as Jesus did. As a leader, you have responsibilities and desires to help others. I have the privilege of supporting wonderful teammates who serve our community […]

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Faith @ Work: Harvey Starling

RRC: What prompted you to transition to Christianity from being born and raised in the Mormon faith? HS: I did not understand the Baptism for the Dead ceremony I experienced at age 12. By the time I was 14, I had left the church. My mom and a lot of her family still attend the […]

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Faith @ Work: Tyffani Frazier

RRC: You were baptized at the age of five. How did you know you wanted to devote yourself to Christ at an early age? TF: I felt a tug on my heart that I wanted to confess to Jesus and become baptized after hearing about how and why I should devote my life to Christ. […]

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Faith @ Work with Sam McLure

RRC: As an attorney, how does your faith allow you to have a servant’s heart within the community? SM: The Lord Jesus set the example and gave the instructions for all of his people, no matter our vocation. He humbled himself and was patient in the face of weakness and foolishness. His Father’s glory was […]