That magical time of year is upon us, and the Craig community plans to make this Halloween a special one for the child in all of us. Whether your costume is homemade or store-bought, whether you feel like a nut or don’t — Mounds and Almond Joy are sure to be well-stocked as well as every other kind of candy, don’t worry! — or if you want a party that’s packed with kids or caters strictly to ages 21 and older, you can find something among the Craig Daily Press’s Halloween Happenings. This weekend has a haunted house, festivals and parties galore, and of course the seasonal traditional of giveaways of all kinds of delectable delights, with the people of Northwest Colorado pitching in to make it both safe and fun for even the smallest witch, vampire or clown. Plan it just right, and you may be able to hit every event on this list!
The holidays! If you are like me, you live 10 months of the year just waiting for November and December to arrive. Excitement is in the air and love for our neighbors is truly filling our hearts, but so is concern. We are just entering our busiest season here at Love INC and in most of the churches and non-profits agencies, too.
Whether it’s your first time setting out your own jack-o’-lantern or you’ve got years of experience wearing a mask and collecting goodies along a downtown parade of costumes free of traffic, you’re sure to find something delightful as we get closer to Halloween.
Prayer is talking to God. At least that is the simple definition Christians have become accustomed to. Prayer is very simple and yet complex.
Holiday performance will include community choir, smaller acts
The holiday season starts earlier and earlier, but in this case, there’s a good reason. The Community Interfaith Christmas Concert is scheduled for Dec. 13, and organizers are seeking sizable involvement from all denominations to prepare a show unlike any other.
I saw a church sign that said, "What do I believe." Made me think about how I came to recognize what I believe. I always went to church and accepted what my parents, pastors and teachers told me to believe.
With help from the community, A Craig couple is bringing much needed medical care to some of the poorest ports in Africa aboard the world’s largest charity hospital ship.
Some were there for the meal, some were there to serve it, and some were present just for the company, but all who were at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion Sunday afternoon were lending a hand to their community. The annual pig roast by Love In the Name of Christ of the Yampa Valley fed the hungry and raised some funds while bringing together people of all walks of life.
In our tradition we have a set prayer, or collect, that is designated for every week of the year, as well as for special saint’s days and other days of national observance.
If you are anything like me, at least once in your life you have woken up in bed drenched in a cold sweat thinking, “I want to catch a monkey.”
Hundreds of Craig residents rely on St. Michael’s Community Kitchen for a meal or two every week, however a shortage of volunteers is putting a strain on the operation.
John 3:3 (NASB), “Jesus answered and said to him, ‘Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God.”
Worrying about a missing friend, coming together in faith
On Tuesday evening of this week, my son-in-law received word that a good friend was missing. The missing man was a family friend that was bowing hunting in Utah with my son-in- law’s brother. He had not been seen since Sunday morning.
In the first article I wrote Our Two Halves of Life, we learned about what we do in the first half of life where we spend much of our time filling the vessel with possessions, power and prestige, often referred to as the three “P’s.
Life for us in Northwest Colorado has had more than its share of opportunities to give in to fear and panic.