With 10 campuses across the state, they're preparing for a total of 30 services from now through Dec. 24.
Many Arkansans will shop for Christmas gifts this weekend, but one organization is helping families shop who may not be able to put gifts under the tree this year.
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is underway. While it's a happy time for many, it's a hard time for those who have lost family members or may spend Christmas alone.
A milestone for a local Jewish synagogue. Congregation Agudath Achim just completed the handwritten Torah.
November is National Adoption Month and a Christian non profit is working to find a home for every child in Arkansas.
Feeding hungry Arkansans, helping them find jobs, and mentoring children of parents who are in prison. That's just a little bit of the work they're doing at Healing Waters in Shannon Hills.
Teaching kids to help others, here and around the world is a goal of Trinity United Methodist Church. They're currently completing a project to provide fresh water to school children in Haiti.
Justices to debate prisoner/Muslim convert Gregory Holt's religious right to grow a beard.
All week long we have featured breast cancer survivors and the song that best represents their battle with the disease.
A central Arkansas man has made a mission to help the homeless in central Arkansas. Over the past few years Aaron Reddin has provided food, clothing, and shelter to hundreds of Arkansans.
The store chain is dedicated to giving back. That's why a portion of every purchase goes to charity.
Monticello man doesn't let spinal injuries get him down.
Congregation and community members are concerned they don't know the man behind the pulpit in a Little Rock church.
The New York Times publishes an article about the on-going dispute.
St. John AME marks milestone.
Congregation members showed up to church even though the building was destroyed.
A friend's blog post shares her story.
The 26th annual service will be held at First Security Amphitheater in Little Rock.
The 90-year-old died Tuesday in Illinois.
Planners say event is service to the community.