You will not find fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls for sale at Walmart or even Neiman Marcus for that matter. You can't buy any portion of the "Scrolls" from QVC or HSN. It is also preposterous to think that anyone has Dead Sea Scrolls for sale on eBay.
Plastic grocery sacks are the indoor version of kudzu. After every re-stocking of the fridge and pantry they remain on the counter for a time before being thrown in the trash or added to the already-too-large mound of bags.
Georgia Baptist Convention President John Waters describes his wife, Cynthia, as encouraging, genuine, and generous. He could hardly say otherwise, because she has been his companion for almost 30 years and a great complement to his ministry – and to his GBC presidency.
It appears that more churches are incorporating contemporary Christian music in their worship experiences. While worship is still a major ingredient of the contemporary Christian culture, there are those who claim that contemporary Christian music really reflects and engenders a hunger for God's presence in worship.
Dear Mr. Obama:
I am a patriotic American. I love our country and have a deep appreciation for our heritage. I am grateful for those who have fought and sacrificed to maintain our freedom. I believe our forefathers built a solid foundation for our republic. I am confident that our Constitution is based on Biblical principles.
As a young man, I worked in a small, family-owned meat market. Our primary business was to cut and wrap meat from livestock local farmers raised, slaughtered and brought to us. We would start early in the morning, take a quarter of beef or half a hog from the cooler, and within a matter of an hour or so, we would have it cut, wrapped, and boxed for the owner to take home.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published October 17, 2013
At our convention annual meeting at the Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula, Georgia, we will be collecting 20,000 backpacks for the children of Appalachia. I thought you might be interested in knowing more about our work in Appalachia from a recent report I received from Bill Barker who serves as the National Director for Appalachian Regional Ministries. Georgia Baptists have been in partnership with Bill, serving alongside him and under his leadership among the people in Appalachia since Appalachian Regional Ministries first began.