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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
We certainly know that God is more than capable of miraculous physical healing –– and in fact, we sometimes see it today, too. But more often than not, Jesus doesn’t choose to heal miraculously.
Dixon Grove Baptist hosting car show fund-raiser
Chuck Wagon Gang concert at Felowship Baptist
At one time I thought of The Big Bang Theory as something atheists had come up with. I was thinking, God is eternal, Heaven is eternal, so the universe must be eternal as well. I remember saying that The Big Bang Theory was like blowing up a spare-parts store and having it turned into a new Cadillac!
But we do that a lot, don’t we? We judge people all the time based on their race or nationality. We judge people on their religion, their politics, their profession. Ever told a lawyer joke? And clearly, we judge people on their appearance.
A Jonesboro church has raised funds to buy half the Bibles needed for inmates at the Clayton County Jail, and members hope other congregations will join them in the drive to fund the other half.
I can truthfully witness to you, today, of the power of the Holy Spirit, for I have experienced His power in witnessing to lost people –– those who are not Christians.
What if you’re OK, just the way you are? With all your flaws, all your weaknesses, all your sins, all your struggles …? What if … you’re actually OK just the way you are?
Eighth-graders from Strong Rock Christian School volunteered Friday at Laurel Park as part of the school's annual 'Great Day of Service' Project. The group split the day between helping at the assisted living home and the Pregnancy Resource Center of Henry County in McDonough.
Music and ministry will combine at a McDonough church for an old-time camp meeting this week. The 2011 camp meeting began Sunday, at Way of the Cross Baptist Church, 1640 Mount Carmel Road, and will continue through Sept. 2.
In our postmodern culture today, there are many unbelievers and skeptics who say that God did not create this wonderful world of ours, but that it evolved over the eons of time, that life evolved from single cells or molecules into our present state today. I would have to ask where these “cells” came from?
Are you a parent or grandparent? Do you have a job? Are you part of a family? Part of a church family? Let me just ask – are you ALIVE, and do you ever have contact with other human beings? Well, then … you need wisdom!
A while ago, I saw a news story about a young pastor, with a wife and five children, who has taken into his home a man who’s just recently been released from prison. The man is living in the pastor’s basement and looking for a job and being with the family for every meal, every outing, really every moment.
I was the only person going to the airport and thanking our soldiers for their service to our country. Now the ministry consists of five men who go to the airport three days a week to talk with our soldiers and share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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- A century of memories 2 comments
- Seniors show off dance moves at Mayfest 4 comments
- Houses show the love for birds, sports
- National Archives opens presidential education exhibit
- One stitch at a time
- Fruits, vegetables and friends can be found at The Country Store 1 comment
- ‘Scary Movie’ marks county sound stage’s movie debut 2 comments
- Cage and McCoy at tree lighting gospel celebration
- Do food stamps and coupons mix?
- Rotary Club inspires choirs to record CD
- New television show puts spotlight on charities
- News of the weird, Oct. 8, 2011
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- Wine-tasting event to support teen moms and House of Dawn
- Clayton Parks and Recreation launches 'Movies' series
- 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
- Will Clayton host ‘Scary Movie’ sequel? 1 comment
- Najee to headline Jonesboro jazz fest
- BOC okays Hollywood film to shoot in Clayton