SPEAKING OF FAITH: Change by growing in faith

SPEAKING OF FAITH: Change by growing in faith

  By TIMOTHY L. MELTON, PASTOR (Transcribed by Myra Colgate) Cherokee Pentecostal Holiness Church   Read Isaiah 37:30-32; John 1:16-17 “If a person is having problems loving their enemies, something’s not right.  When one gets cut off in traffic, one doesn’t...
SPEAKING OF FAITH: Change by growing in faith

COMMENTARY: Buying love

  By ROBERT JUMPER One Feather Editor   I spent 27 years of my life with dogs. I mean, I had dogs before, and a couple of cats, but the dogs and cats before adulthood, and my pets were really my mother’s responsibility along with me. I wasn’t primary...
SPEAKING OF FAITH: The “Last Day’s” Church

SPEAKING OF FAITH: The “Last Day’s” Church

  By REV. TIMOTHY L. MELTON, PASTOR (Transcribed by Myra D. Colgate) Cherokee Pentecostal Holiness Church   Read Isaiah 37:30-33; John 15:16; Galatians 5:22-23. As time keeps on progressing, we are to become ever more faithful and ‘sure-footed’ having read...
SPEAKING OF FAITH: Change by growing in faith

COMMENTARY: Let me tell you what I have heard

  By ROBERT JUMPER One Feather Editor   Water coolers and coffee pots are congregational points for many in our community who work, attend meetings, or any other community gathering. It even works when we invite friends and family over to the dining room...
SPEAKING OF FAITH: Thirsty? Come and drink…

SPEAKING OF FAITH: Thirsty? Come and drink…

  By REV. TIMOTHY L. MELTON, PASTOR (Transcribed by Myra Colgate) Cherokee Pentecostal Holiness Church Read John 7:25-31, 37-39; Acts 1:5,8. “Thirsty? Anyone who is thirsty may come to Me!” Jesus shouted to the crowds on the last day of the Feast. “Anyone who...
COMMENTARY: “A Call to Arms” 

COMMENTARY: “A Call to Arms” 

  Editor’s Note: The following keynote address was presented by Principal Chief Richard G. Sneed at the Nov. 11 Veteran’s Day observance in Cherokee.   Let me first say welcome to all our veterans from every branch of service, and a heartfelt...