Friends from across the SC Synod and beyond had the amazing opportunity to journey together across the Holy Land from December 27, 2018 through January 9, 2019.
When some couples choose to foster, they do so hoping to adopt eventually. Still, there is no guarantee adoption will happen quickly, or even at all. But as Ashton and Taylor Lethco can attest, sometimes lives change quickly and dramatically. In 2015, the Lethcos had no children. Today, the Summerville couple has five.
Approximately 350 scouts and adults attended the 50th annual retreat at Camp Kinard on January 18 – 20, 2019. The retreat provides an opportunity for troops to enjoy a winter campout, participating in individual skill and teamwork events, and a weekend of Christian fellowship and fun with other Scouts.
Nearly 100 people gathered in Allendale to share their hopes and concerns about the future of Allendale County schools – and what that means for the future of their children, grandchildren and the community as a whole.
South Carolina faith leaders call for prayer and action in public education, social justice, and equality
Allice Mackell is a retired Methodist minister. When she was ordained as an elder, she received a gift. The gift was Protestant prayer beads.