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Judgement House Begins Oct. 13 At First Baptist Church Ardmore
The Judgement House drama will be presented six nights this year at First Baptist Church Ardmore. Reservations are now being taken for the free walk through drama.
Judgement House will be presented Sunday, October 13, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 16, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Sunday, October 20, 4:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, October 23, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Sunday, October 27, 4:30-8:30 p.m. and Wednesday, October 30, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
The drama presents the gospel through a relevant and gripping story. Guests are led through a series of rooms that tell a story about people whose lives have been cut short through tragedy. You will see dramatically how their deaths impact their family and what they experience beyond the grave.
Christmas is a time of celebration within the Church. However, some members of this particular church are not in the Christmas spirit. Alice, Becky, and Clyde are three broken people who are in dire need of Christ's love and mercy. Alice struggles with the pain of losing her father to cancer. Becky is guilty of self-righteousness. Clyde cannot fathom the idea of God's grace covering his multitude of sins. Will they acknowledge their brokenness and allow Jesus, the ultimate savior, to fix them before a fatal Christmas day accident?
Make plans to attend First Baptist Church Ardmore's Judgement House for the presentation of "Broken".
First Baptist Church is located at 26670 5th Street in Ardmore, Alabama. The event is free and concessions will be available for purchase. Reservations are not required but HIGHLY recommended for groups over 10. Call 256-423-3992 or 256-423-2000 to make your reservations. Limited space is available.
Thad Barnett displays ribbons from his winning entries at the Lincoln County Fair including Best of Show - Tomato Juice, First Place - Tomato Juice; Second Place - Pickled Quail Eggs and Third Place whole Tomatoes. (courtesy photo)
Robyn Wilson, M.D. To Open Ardmore Office Monday October 14
By Shera Hunt
Robyn Wilson grew up in a small town in Alabama. She knew medicine would be her life's work after going on a medical mission trip as a senior in high school. After graduating high school, she attended Auburn University and received a degree in Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Wilson participated in the Rural Medicine Program, spending a year learning more about the social and health needs of rural communities.
She attended University of Alabama School of Medicine and completed her residency at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN in 2019. Robyn is trained in full spectrum family medicine, caring for children, women, men, and the elderly. She received extra training to practice obstetrics. Her practice offers family health care as well as basic skin procedures, gynecologic and basic musculoskeletal procedures, as well as breastfeeding counseling.
Her practice is in conjunction with Southern Tennessee Regional Health System in Pulaski, TN. Opening in Ardmore Monday October 14, office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nurse practitioner Robyn Thigpen will be seeing
Robyn Wilson, M.D.
patients on Fridays.
Dr. Wilson stated, "I was drawn to Ardmore because I was somewhat familiar with the area after living in Alabama and then attending my last two years of medical school in Huntsville. I still had a passion for rural medicine and felt like Ardmore would be the kind of community where I would want to practice. After visiting Ardmore while looking for jobs, my husband and I also felt like this would be the perfect community to raise our three girls. We have been here a little over a month and have enjoyed every minute. Thank you to all the people of Ardmore who have been so welcoming."
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