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Pair fund NW children's hospital chapel

Subscriber onlyRobin and Gary George of Springdale have donated $1 million to finance a chapel at Arkansas Children's Northwest. Continue reading...

Survey: Projects help sell churches

Subscriber onlyA new survey by LifeWay Research shows that people who don't go to church are open to helping out with community service projects or attending concerts and sports events at a house of worship. Continue reading...

Stunning structures

Salt Lake City, San Francisco offer visitors great architectural achievements

Subscriber onlyEditor's note: This is the second part in a two-part series. Continue reading...

On the tourism trail

National Shrine, Bahai temple shine as architectural, spiritual gems

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Soulful summer sojourns

Six books we recommend for spiritual seekers to while away long, hot days

Subscriber onlyThe long, lazy days of summer offer the perfect opportunity to catch up on some reading. Continue reading...

Church series will present five authors

Subscriber onlyFive nationally known authors and religion scholars will be featured during the second season of theological discussions hosted by Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Little Rock. Continue reading...

'Whatever God wants'

His two terms as president of the Southern Baptist Convention are ending, but Ronnie Floyd’s commitment to his faith never will

Subscriber onlyAs the Rev. Ronnie Floyd nears the end of his second term as president of the 15.3 million-member Southern Baptist Convention, he's often asked if he'll be glad when it's over. Continue reading...

Art program stirs kids’ skills

Subscriber onlyMusic is an integral part in the life of the congregation at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, so much so, that in 1997, the church started its own music academy. Continue reading...

Saying farewell

Jewish temples in Pine Bluff and McGehee prepare to close their doors

Subscriber onlyFor almost 150 years, Temple Anshe Emeth has served as a spiritual home for the Jewish community in Pine Bluff and surrounding towns. Continue reading...

Church's program stirs kids' art skills

Subscriber onlyMusic is an integral part in the life of the congregation at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, so much so that in 1997 the church started its own music academy. Continue reading...

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Sister Rose Ashour plans to celebrate her 100th birthday later this month. She is the oldest and lon...

Sister Rose Ashour plans to celebrate her 100th birthday later this month. She is the oldest and longest-serving Benedictine nun a...

Published: April 9, 2016

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