Last fall daily media reports signaled the widespread epidemic of Ebola in several West African countries. With a fatality rate of 71% the disease created more than 8,000 deaths in Africa and significant panic in other parts of the world.
My heart is still overflowing with thanksgiving to God for His blessings on our annual meeting, Revive 2014. God truly moved in our hearts as we prayed, sang, preached, and celebrated what God has done and is going to do throughout our convention.
Terrell Ruis retired from his work as a Ministry Resource Consultant for the Georgia Baptist Convention in 2006, but soon thereafter became the Interim Associational Missionary for Colquitt County Baptist Association. He was so effective in his interim role that the association soon dropped the "interim" designation and he became their associational missionary.
Walter Robinson grew up around Watkinsville with a secret that he carried all the way to upstate New York when he became a man. He guarded his secret with shyness to avoid too much interaction with others while working with his hands in manual-labor jobs.
Ready When Sex Destroys By Stephen J. Williams, senior pastor, New Antioch Baptist Church, Rome Published January 22, 2015
2 Cor. 4:16-18, 12:7-10 Bible Studies for Life, Feb.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published January 22, 2015
Janice and I have enjoyed eating at Loretta’s Restaurant on many occasions. Located in Oakwood, Loretta’s is one of those good country cooking restaurants where you can get excellent fried chicken, fried catfish, roast beef with potatoes, carrots and gravy, delicious vegetables, and always fresh banana pudding. Have I succeeded in making you hungry?
Last September I had an unforgettable spiritual experience at the Georgia Right to Life Banquet. The GRTL banquets are always inspiring and challenging, but the one four months ago was particularly inspiring and challenging.