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What is a Presbyterian?

By CHRIS WILLETT,

This question is often asked of our members, or at least considered by many. In fact, I see it cross the minds of people when they hear I’m the pastor at Columbia Presbyterian Church. What is a Presbyterian? Is it some strange cult or weird group of people?





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Youth show the way

One of the principle issues of our day is school shootings. Even those who have never been terrorized by a mass murderer have to prepare safety precautions in case it does happen.


Where Senate races stand

Mississippi will hold two U.S. Senate races this year. That’s very important for our future, and it depends on the voters to make the choices. But with so much going on at once, here’s a rundown to bring you up to speed:



Adventures In Eating: Ratatouille’s Ratatouille is a beautiful and classic labor of love

By FRAN GINN,

Ratatouille, the movie about a French rat with a dream to be a chef, debuted in 2007. I watched the movie then, but was so immersed in my business than I failed to give it my full attention. I am so sorry that I did that. This past weekend I watched it three times. It is amazing! The attention to detail is incredible.


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Why not “why?”

By JOSHUA CAMPBELL,

For the past couple of weeks, there have been a lot of random thoughts going through my head.

Most of them have revolved around one word — why?

In my own head, I have reminded myself of a little kid responding to everything he hears with a simple “but why?”



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