With the backdrop of facing a societal shift against biblical principles, a group of ministers and spouses gathered Feb. 10 for training and encouragement on what is necessary to communicate the Gospel in today's world.
Encourage your church to use one of the following Mission Georgia Moments before the morning worship offering is collected, as part of a Sunday School opening comment, or in a Small Group or WMU meeting. Each entry is not time-sensitive and can be used on any Sunday of the year.
Every day the secular world bombards an unsuspecting and gullible populace with a plethora of humanistic teachings and philosophies. Their goals are to deify man and humanize God as well as exalt their false doctrine and demean biblical truth.
In the July 10 edition of The Christian Index Joe Westbury wrote an article on new state missionary Scott Preissler and announced Preissler's seminars on stewardship. Preissler leads stewardship education and training for the Georgia Baptist Convention.
Samuel Ayala arrives at Hebron Español barely on time and is late most Sundays. Most would agree that his punctuality is a bit abnormal for a pastor. But the praise team knows not to wait on him. They want him to drive safely from Winder after he preaches at Iglesia Viva Christiana and helps break down their temporary worship center.
A Birth Like No Other By John O. Yarbrough, Assoc. professor of Christian Studies, Truett-McConnell College Published February 19, 2015
I listened to President Barak Obama's State of the Union address with great interest on Monday evening, Jan. 19. I observed the president's entrance into the House Chamber, his greeting to well-wishers as he proceeded down the aisle toward the podium. He gave both Speaker Boehner and Vice President Biden copies of his speech and turned toward a capacity audience to deliver his address.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published February 19, 2015
I was rummaging through some papers I had in my office at the house and came across some old brochures that I collected from the home where I grew up when we sold that home and my mother moved to an independent living facility.