International director of Christian Camping Worldwide helps improve Christian camps across the world

Dan Bolin, 64, of Tyler, has spent many years of his life outdoors and at Christian camps, but very few moments are as memorable to him as the first time he reached the summit of a mountain. In July of 1969, when Bolin was 17, he and a group of campers set out to reach the top of Middle Sister on the Cascade Range in Oregon. “There were about…

Theatrical production, fall festival among upcoming faith-based events

THEATRICAL PRODUCTION New Life Worship Center, 18535 U.S. Highway 69 South, in Tyler will present “The Appointment,” a special theatrical production at 7 p.m. Oct. 28 and 29 and 10:30 a.m. Oct. 30. The production involves original script, live cast, staging, and special effects . Admission is free. The drama will portray people in life and

Student digs through box in school archives and discovers centuries-old Geneva Bible

Sam Bussan says he was almost ready to split for the day. It was late one September afternoon, and Bussan, a junior at Lewis & Clark College in Oregon, was getting ready to leave the school's archives, where he worked. But as he was walking out, Bussan spotted a sign on a shelf. "Bibles four boxes," the sign read. "And I thought that was

Play uses humor, sword fights to teach about purity

Audiences who see “The Knight’s Tale: A Battle for the Heart,” when it opens next weekend at Caldwell Auditorium, may enjoy the play’s humor, sword fights and its inclusion of a handcrafted dragon that appears to puff out fire. But Becky Clayton, the play’s writer and director, hopes audiences are ultimately able to leave with a better

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