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With more than a quarter of a century of performances, the live nativity scene presented annually by volunteers at Christ Presbyterian Church in New Braunfels fulfills the same mission it always has.

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Ex-NFL Coach Jimmy Johnson use to tell his players, “The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.” What a tremendous truth in this one little statement and it must have worked for Coach Johnson because he was a highly successful football coach.

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My wife can always tell if I like the taste of something by looking at my face. If I am given something I don’t care for my face will surely frown and she will say, “I know you don’t like this.” In most cases she is correct.

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Not long ago I attended the funeral of a friend of mine. He was a neighbor, fellow church member, and a retired pastor. He was God’s called man and he exemplified this in all of his actions and words.

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I read on a blog the other day about a young mother who is pregnant with her fourth child. Being the wife of a minister and having been raised by godly parents, this young mother has an attitude worth sharing with many people. 

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I read on a blog the other day about a young mother who is pregnant with her fourth child. Being the wife of a minister and having been raised by godly parents, this young mother has an attitude worth sharing with many people. 

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Not long ago I attended the funeral of a friend of mine. He was a neighbor, fellow church member, and a retired pastor. He was God’s called man and he exemplified this in all of his actions and words.

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Someone stole a New Braunfels man’s pickup truck at gunpoint this week in the city, and police continue to investigate the aggravated robbery, a police spokesman said.

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Following reports from citizens about an individual driving in a car similar to a law enforcement vehicle and behaving badly late last year, police in Comal County recently arrested a man accused of impersonating a public servant.

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The wet weather trend will continue through the weekend as a couple to a few more inches of rain are expected throughout the day Saturday and early Sunday in the city and Comal County.

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Area residents tell us what they think about certain issues of the day

 

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Jill White, the head of school for New Braunfels Christian Academy, has been working in Christian education for 35 years — the same amount of years that NBCA has been educating students to impact the world for Christ. 

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Theresa M. Booth, the associate pastor at First United Methodist Church New Braunfels, knows one thing for certain — when God says “Go,” you go. 

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For almost 10 years, the Gruene United Methodist Church has been loving and serving the New Braunfels community — while showing them what it means to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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Next month, the community is invited to attend a conference at Christ Presbyterian Church addressing homosexuality and how Christians should respond to the issue — with love. 

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Hundreds of crosses hang on the sanctuary walls at Grace Memorial Church in New Braunfels, signifying families who made the decision to partner with the church and demonstrate God’s love in the community. 

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Three teenagers with Community Christian Church have a unique opportunity to participate in the 40th year of SALTeens Tour: Identity — hosted by the Dallas Christian College Worship Arts Department.

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Jake Fain, the senior pastor at Peace Lutheran Church, has only served at the local church for a year — but already is looking for more ways to accomplish God’s work and make a difference in the community.

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For the next five months, Faith United Church of Christ will be celebrating its 50th year of ministry in New Braunfels — and members of the church and visitors are welcome to attend the festivities.

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For the 65th annual National Day of Prayer, H. Wayne Huizenga, Jr. — president of Huizenga Holdings, Inc. and a successful American businessman — will be the guest speaker for the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast next month.

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For the very first time at St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels, the Family Faith 5K will be held today — and all levels of walkers and runners are encouraged to join in the colorful fun.

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On Easter morning, a day of hope and joy for many people, Quest Church in New Braunfels will officially announce to the community that they are here to stay. 

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On March 9 at Columbus Hall in New Braunfels, KrisAnne Hall — a constitutional attorney and a former prosecutor — will discuss why she believes being a Christian is not a spectator sport. 

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On Tuesday afternoon at McKenna Children’s Museum, kids were able to break the rules — for once — and play with their food.

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During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, a women’s ministry at Gruene United Methodist Church is taking a stand against human trafficking and saying “no more.”

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At St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels, a new hearing aid compatible technology (loop system) has been installed — and one long-time member in particular is excited for this new change. 

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On Wednesday — in the true spirit of Christmas — more than 600 pairs of shoes were given to children in need at the Salvation Army New Braunfels Outpost. 

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On the morning of Oct. 17, New Braunfels resident Pamela Babb sat outside on her deck and watched members of the Texas Ramp Project and the Boy Scout Troop 119 build her a new, fully functioning ramp to use.