Superintendent: New principal reflects biblical world view

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Mychelle Simms has lived in Clovis for 17 years, worked in public education for 14 and is the new Clovis Christian high school principal this year. Liliana Castillo After accepting the job as the new high school principal at Clovis Christian School, Mychelle Simms said she felt peace. “When I […]

Digging up dirt on the Bible

By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer Dr. Steven Collins literally digs the Bible. Collins believes he has found the site of the infamous city of Sodom and plans to share his findings Sunday with the congregation of the First Baptist Church. According to Genesis, Sodom is one of two cities God destroyed because of the […]

Mother Mary holds place in many hearts

By Helena Rodriguez: Local Columnist When Pope John Paul II was buried in April, his simple coffin had an engraved cross and letter “M” for Mary. John Paul II held a special devotion to the Virgin Mary, declaring her “Patroness of the Americas.” Since the Virgin Mary, also known as Our Lady of Guadalupe, was […]

Like Noah’s ark, only one door to salvation: Jesus

By Judy Brandon: Local Columnist During our children’s growing up years, they had a multitude of toys. Each birthday and Christmas brought a new batch of the latest from the toy market. I still recall all the special toys that were such a part our children’s lives. When I pass aisles of toys in the […]

Letters to the Editor: Biblical knowledge only half battle

Rarely do I feel the need to respond to comments written to the editor, but I will this time. In regard to Carolyn Stag’s letter on Wednesday about a political cartoon suggesting Democrats have no biblical knowledge: Stag questioned if President Bush (without the use of a teleprompter) would like to “take on” former President […]