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story.lead_photo.caption LakePointe City Church celebrated Super Sunday on Feb. 2 by having a special worship experience with interviews from several NFL players sharing their love for football and Jesus. As part of the celebration, LakePointe honored local high school football coaches as "Difference Makers" in Hot Springs. "We are so thankful for the investment these coaches make in the children of our city," said Pastor Greg Bearss. "These coaches are on the front lines for our youth and children teaching character, work ethics, and honor; and we wanted to honor them for their hard work," Bearss continued. The coaches were awarded with a thank you plaque that acknowledged how they "Roar Love" in Hot Springs. LakePointe City Church meets every Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Call 501-623-4237 for more information. - Submitted photo

Oaklawn UMC Boy Scout Sunday

Oaklawn United Methodist Church, 216 Higdon Ferry Road, will have a fish and chicken fry from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday to support Oaklawn UMC Troop 10 Boy Scouts.

Call 623-5588 for more information.

Free showing of 'Politics of the Gospel' Feb. 15

The film "American Heretics: The Politics of the Gospel" will be shown free of charge at the Unitarian Universalist Village Church, 403 Barcelona Road, at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15.

Seating will not be allowed once the film has started, so plan to arrive early. The main doors will open at 2:30 p.m.

"'American Heretics: The Politics of the Gospel' is a documentary film that challenges what we think we know about the Christian heartland by offering a rare personal glimpse into the contentious and often misunderstood history of religion, race, and politics in America," a news release said, and is directed and produced by Emmy Award-winning filmmakers Jeanine and Catherine Butler.

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