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Religion

Starting a new chapter

RYDER – After one and a half years of holding drive-in worship services, Calvary Church in Ryder will hold its last outdoor service this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The drive-in worship services were done in response to COVID-19 pandemic so people could maintain social distancing. They have been ...

Harvesting for The Lord’s Cupboard

VELVA – Seventeen volunteers from The Lord’s Cupboard, Minot, gathered for a near final harvest of the season on Thursday at the Brekke farm near Velva. The Lord’s Cupboard, a food pantry operating in Minot, supplies food for many needy families in Minot and the surrounding area. This ...

Inquiring of the Lord

As I listened to the story of Isaac and Rebekah from Genesis 25, I was struck by one particular phrase. They desired a child and when a pregnancy finally occurred, even though they were happy, Rebekah became more and more uncomfortable. Of course, this was before ultrasounds, but even so, she ...

Manka Family Ministries to be at Minot Baptist Church

From July 25 through July 28, The Dan Manka Family will be at the Minot Baptist Church, regular services on Sunday, 9:45 a.m., 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday services will be at 7 p.m. The Manka Family Ministries is a conservative, evangelistic ministry. They have ministered in ...

To show honor and sympathy

BOTTINEAU – In recognition of all the people who had abbreviated funerals during the months of COVID-19, the Bottineau Area Christian Ministerial Association is sponsoring a “We Commemorate” memorial service next month. St. Andrew’s Health Center in Bottineau and Thrivent Insurance are ...

Family, fun, food spelled success at The Big Smoke

While the proceeds aren’t as great as in previous years of The Big Smoke benefit for seminarians and others seeking a religious vocation, it was an “outstanding success,” said Mike Ruelle, president of the Serra Club of North Central North Dakota that sponsors it. Members of the Minot ...