Temple Baptist Church is already gearing up for the annual Women’s Refreshment and Renewal Conference in 2015 with the focus for the event to be on relationships.
Steve and Debbie Wilson, of Marriage Matters Now nonprofit ministry, will serve as keynote speakers, speaking on “Relationships Matter Now.”
Lynsey Pippen, chair of the R&R event, said the Wilsons spend their lives teaching and motivating people in all stages of life to live out their faith in their most important relationships — marriage and family.
Students returned to the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts on Aug. 17. On Monday they participated in advising and registration, and classes began Tuesday. Pictured is Tyler Osborne, of Ruston, speaking with David Wood, an instructor in the foreign language department at LSMSA.
The North Central Louisiana Arts Council is pleased to announce the exhibition of Origins and Approaches, new works by Father Frank Folino.
The opening reception will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Dec. 3.
Folino, who leads Ruston’s St. Thomas Aquinas, will exhibit his spiritually inspired works from Dec. 3 through Feb. 24. Folino’s bold color palette and mastery of deep relief are used in an intricate manner, creating works that are expressionistic and engaging. For Folino, his work is a spiritual journey, paralleled through paint and brushes.
Music from Ruston radio station KRLQ FM 94.1 is heard from Alexandria to Little Rock, Ark. Many more people listen on the Internet from places as far away as China, Australia and Germany, as well as coast to coast. Country music has clearly gone global.
The man who owns KRLQ is radio personality Bill Brown. One of the world’s good guys, Brown is not afraid to speak out about issues which concern him. Family violence in Louisiana is one of those issues.