Top Faith stories
Greater Solid Rock to host Community Evangelism Block Party
Riverdale church seeks volunteers for prison ministry
Nancy Grace to speak at College Park benefit
New Day Covenant Ministries sponsors youth conference
Tara Baptist Church hosts community market
Terri Hardin, the wife of baptist preacher, thought it would be cool to do something for girls who can't afford a prom dress, so that ever girl who wants to go to prom can. A quick online search revealed other churches across the country had taken on similar endeavors over the years, with much success.
Christians should be willing to perform the most menial services for one another. We should cultivate a servant-attitude in our personalities.
Morrow church celebrates women in the pulpit
One U.S. troop passing through the Atlanta Airport told me a story, about his first day home — he watched the news and saw how they covered the violence and deaths and explosions, and was surprised to learn that was the end of the story, as reported. He said the killing and violence were only a part of the story.
The Bible says "the day of the Lord will come like a thief. The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire and the earth and everything in it will be laid bare.” In such a time, the only safe place to be is in Jesus Christ. Are you in such a safe place?
Evangelism … some folks would just rather not! Yet Jesus makes it clear that sharing his love and truth are the basis of our calling as Christians. So where do we begin?
Sometimes, the Angels fly close enough to you that you can hear the flutter of their wings.
The Pharisees believed material wealth and prosperity of all kinds were signs of God’s favor, but Long before Jesus’ birth, the prophets challenged God’s people to pay attention to the needs of others.
The Lord gave man a powerful group of laws — just ten simple instructions to follow as a guide for living a life that is pleasing to Him.
Praise God for Noah and his family, for they show the importance of Godly men and their families today, for they are the backbone of our nation and all other Christian nations.
Food Ministry Day at Dixon Grove Baptist
Ron Little was inducted into the public safety brotherhood his first night as chaplain for Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services.
Several events are scheduled in Henry County, to help local residents call attention to the end of 2011, and to begin the new year.
I have seen a perfect Christmas, and it was well worth the four decades and seemingly endless disappointments that it took to see the beauty of such day.
It’s fine to celebrate Christmas in the traditional way, but many get much too elaborate on the Santa side, and too little on Christ’s Birthday.
Clayton County Lifestyles
- Clayton News readers asked which 'Christmas Story' line they like | POLL
- New Central Service director excited about working with Clayton County
- Elvis wins Clayton News’ ‘What is your favorite Christmas song?’ web contest
- Families treated to The Douglas Brothers Foundation holiday festival
- First Lego League super regionals at Clayton State Jan 10
- Arnold Elementary students write letters to Santa Claus
- Musician Joe Cocker dead at 70
- What’s Your Favorite Christmas Song finals | POLL
- Good Samaritan gives to Georgia Power customers
- Metro Atlanta tourism officials donate 93 duffle bags to Rainbow House
- Musician Joe Cocker dead at 70
- Georgia's Luke Bryan cancels CMT Artist of the Year appearance following death in family
- Rolling Stones' sax player Bobby Keys dies
- NFL officially announces Katy Perry as halftime performer at Super Bowl
- Mike Nichols, crafter of films, plays, dies at 83
- People magazine names Chris Hemsworth 'Sexiest Man Alive'
- Star-studded rock lineup honors Lynyrd Skynyrd at Fox Theatre in Atlanta
- Katy Perry to play Super Bowl halftime
- 'Maze Runner' streaks out to No. 1 at box office
- U2 releases new album for free on iTunes
- Arts Clayton patrons hop on beer bandwagon
- Kaleidoscope camp remains colorful after 20 years
- Firemen help send kids to arts camp
- Quilts by sew and sew
- Clayton students shine in Scott’s art competition
- Students with artistic talent wanted
- CSU band ‘count’-ed in for Basie concert
- Macbeth continues in Morrow
- Jonesboro frame shop hosting Fairburn painter 1 comment
- A little bit rouge