Music Ministry

There is always a delicate balance when discussing women in the workplace. Despite our own struggle between the obligation we feel to our families and our desire to pursue our […]

Standing on the Promises: The Expansion of the Carolina College of Biblical Studies

By  Courtney Phillips Shrouded by the towering pines of McPherson Church Road, the unassuming, white one-story Carolina College of Biblical Studies sits on 2.5 acres of prime Fayetteville real estate. […]

Faith: Building Strength

By Brian & Morgan Farr Six days a week, odd sounds come from the garage of a house on a street off of Yadkin Road. Minivans and trucks are parked […]

VBS List

For many churches, Vacation Bible School is an annual premier outreach event for kids.  We have put together a list of local churches, dates, locations and themes. Register online early […]

Great Women of Faith

By: Reverend Bruce Hermann           It was exciting to hear this issue of CityView was to highlight women in the workplace. That work place may be in the “secular world,” […]

Faith: Lessons from Caleb

By Dr. Bill Korver  A great deal can be learned from reading about the triumphs and failures of others. I have long enjoyed reading biographies of important leaders such as […]

City Spotlight: Taking Action

Hurricane Matthew wreaked havoc on Cumberland County in October 2016. While the damage was significant so was the outpouring of local support like local volunteer Corey Brown who jumped right […]

It’s Love

By Jonathan Fletcher Almost every group features a distinction or two – those emblematic markers that define a particular population. For some groups it is an affinity or aversion; for […]

Fascinating Fayetteville: Let There Be Light!

The ancient art of stained glass is an act of faith in itself. Throughout the process, the artist must believe that the smaller individual shards eventually, painstakingly, will come together […]

Faith: It is Good

By: Rev. Kelly W. Taylor It wasn’t early on the first day of the week,  but rather on a Tuesday. Nevertheless, the dissonance hummed as, just as on the first […]