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Faith Notes - August 12, 2011

Greater Solid Rock to host Community Evangelism Block Party

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Faith Notes - August 5, 2011

Riverdale church seeks volunteers for prison ministry

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Faith Notes - July 29, 2011

Nancy Grace to speak at College Park benefit

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Faith Notes - July 22, 2011

New Day Covenant Ministries sponsors youth conference

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Faith Notes - July 15, 2011

Tara Baptist Church hosts community market

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Gospel on the Green event held Saturday in Riverdale

Riverdale Department of Community, Cultural Affairs and Leisure Services will present Gospel on the Green Saturday.

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Christians, cut the complaining - Gabriel Stovall

If we have as much power in the Holy Spirit as we Christians say we do, then chronic complaining should be among the last things on our to-do list.

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Cars line up for Christmas Giveaway

New Vision Christian Church stepped up

“This was very nice of them to do this,” said Stockbridge resident Tresa Perry after she received a trunk-load of groceries from the parking lot of New Vision Christian Church, Saturday.

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City shows love at Christmas Party

Nearly 300 youngsters and their parents crowded into the Lovejoy Community Center recently to see jolly old Saint Nick during the City of Lovejoy’s annual Christmas party.

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Cage and McCoy at tree lighting gospel celebration

Grammy nominated and Stellar Award winner Gospel Artist Byron Cage is headlining Riverdale’s Christmas concert, Saturday.

Church to give away toys for families

Registration required for gifts

The congregation of Restoration Community Outreach Center has been collecting toys since February, according to the pastor of the church, Avary Kemp.

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Clayton ministers feed and clothe on Thanksgiving

Health screenings also offered at event

“Every day is a day of Thanksgiving,” said New Macedonia Baptist Church Pastor Gerry T. Anderson as he led prayer during the second annual Association of Christian Ministers of Clayton County Thanksgiving Dinner.

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Seniors honored at seminar and expo

Information on senior services shared at event

More than 100 senior citizens took part in the 17th annual Celebrating Seniors Health and Service Awareness Seminar/Expo and Luncheon held Thursday at Divine Faith Ministries International Church.

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Grandparents raising grandchildren a growing trend

Local organizations offer support services to grandparents

These organizations help households like the Howllingtons and the Platts, which are sometimes referred to as grandfamilies — families headed by grandparents and other relatives, who share their homes with their grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and/or other related children. According to some national estimates, more than 6 million children across the country live in households maintained by grandparents or other relatives.

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CinderSilly takes children, adults on dramatic adventures

Dr. Betty Brittain continues educational legacy

STOCKBRIDGE - Henry County’s Betty Brittain, Ed.D., loves children. In fact, she spent her career as a public school teacher in the Clayton County school system shaping minds and molding character.

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Clayton, Henry small ministries making big impact

Driving through Clayton and Henry counties, you can see a church building on practically every corner.

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Sock monkeys for Jesus

Bethel Baptist women honor friend’s memory, minister to children

When Carolyn Dukes, a long-time member of Bethel Baptist Church in Jonesboro, passed away unexpectedly in March, nobody would have predicted that her memory would live on with a Sock Monkey ministry — but it has.


This Sunday (May 6) is Senior Adult Day at the First Baptist Church of Morrow, which is located at 1647 Lake Harbin Road.

Blackwood Brothers to sing at Fellowship Baptist on Sunday

Fellowship Baptist Church, 157 Rountree Road, Riverdale, is hosting The Blackwood Brothers Quartet Sunday at 11 a.m.

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Lovejoy starts cross ministry as ‘quiet yet powerful’ message

For members of Lovejoy First Baptist Church, the cross is a daily reminder of the sacrifice Jesus made for the world. Since 2010, volunteers have built thousands of small wooden crosses and gave them away free so Christians everywhere can display the “quiet yet powerful” message that they believe in God.


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