Church relocates to Plainfield
Plainfield Christ Fellowship, originally Tabernacle Fellowship, began in November of 2005 on the south side of Indianapolis in Johnson County.
Papal resignation surprises locals
According to USA Today, as of last year there were nearly 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide. The resignation of their leader, Pope Benedict XVI, this past Monday sent shockwaves through the Catholic community, including locally.
Racing champion leans on faith to persevere
Antron Brown remembers when it all changed for him. A truck his older brother was driving tumbled end over end, life flashing before his eyes. When his brother survived, it changed him instantaneously.
Church offers free food, clothes, visits with Santa
CHRISTmas @ the River will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 15, or until supplies are gone, at River of Life Church, 6001 Kentucky Ave., Indianapolis.
‘Pay it Forward’ event returns after much success
Debbie Wingler calls it an “indoor garage sale with a twist.” The twist is that everything is free, and the annual Pay it Forward event at The Journey Church here is larger than ever.
Ministry offers solace, hope to teen girls
BROWNSBURG — A girls’ high school restroom can be a scary place. In addition to its primary function, it can be the place where petty spats are escalated, problems are unwisely hashed out, and wounds are opened. Over the years, high school restrooms have become notorious for the secrets and tears the walls have absorbed.
Concert to help support Plainfield missionary
PLAINFIELD— Christian artist Dave Barnes will be in concert to support Wendy Wagoner, a local missionary who is working to help educate the children of Africa.
New Day prepares for anniversary, Easter activities
New Day Church here has a couple of reasons to be excited. First, the church will be celebrating its six-month anniversary. Along with that, it will also be celebrating it’s first Easter, which marks a time change for services.
CrossLand Stilesville Baptist focuses on keeping church simple
Many people will say that being a Christian isn’t simple.
But Dr. Steve Pierce, pastor of CrossLand Stilesville Baptist Church, thinks it should be. Pierce says he and his congregation of 70 have discovered in the past 18 months that God is calling believers to a new and simpler Christian life.
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