Members of the Community Connection chapter of the Kemper County energy facility spent the summer helping to raise thousands of dollars and volunteering - all to help better Kemper County and the surrounding area. (No Comments)
In continued pursuit of making all-time junior college football history, the three-time NJCAA Champion Lions of East Mississippi Community College are set to kick off the 2015 campaign by playing host to Southwest Mississippi Community College tonight (Thursday) on the Scooba campus. Game time is set for 7 at EMCC's Sullivan-Windham Field. (No Comments)
I want to ask you three questions. First, do you think that it would be a help to you in your Christian life to know how much Jesus is for you in your struggle against sin? To know just how closely He has identified himself to you and with you in your struggle against sin? Well, then this passage is for you today, because the baptism of Jesus is about His identification with you in the struggle against sin. (No Comments)
The Reformation of the church in the sixteenth century began with Augustinian German monk, Martin Luther, nailing 95 theological propositions to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg on October 31 of 1517. (No Comments)
We're at a very special passage when we come to Luke 2:40-52. It is the only story that we have of Jesus between the time of His infancy and the beginning of His ministry as an adult of around thirty years old. (No Comments)
Shakespeare puts into the mouth of Hamlet in his famous play the words, "To be, or not to be? That is the question." If Luke had been around, I suspect he would have said, "Actually, Hamlet, that is not the question. The question is Who is Jesus? Who do you believe that Jesus is? That's the question?" (No Comments)
The Kemper Academy Lady Rams dropped a pair of fast-pitch softball contests last week and will look to bounce back this week. The Lady Rams fell to Central Academy 9-3 on Aug. 18 and then fell to Wayne Academy 11-1 on Saturday. (No Comments)
SCOOBA - As the program continues to achieve summer camp success and compete nationally, the 2015-16 edition of the East Mississippi Community College cheerleading team is primed for the new academic year.