Dr. Michael Guido, world-renowned evangelist whose ministry is based in Metter, passed away Saturday evening. He was 94.
One of the most well known scriptures we hear, read, and remember is John 3:16 and it says, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever beliveth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
Rhema New Life Ministry in Allenhurst is attracting a lot of children. The church, which sits on 10 acres of land, has been established for one year.
Community Missionary Baptist Church celebrated Black History Month with "An Evening with History" on Feb. 1.
It's time to renew and refresh our beliefs, and Trinity Baptist Church is starting the year off right with a revival.
The Georgia Southeast District Conference 2009,Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship, will have services at 7 nightly Feb. 4-6, at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 1370 Shaw Road, Hinesville.
Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church has been around for a long time - it's approximately 118 years old.
We heard it, we've seen it, we've called for it, voted for it, and some have accepted it. The "It" I'm talking about is change. This week started with some historic and powerful events. On Tuesday, we heard our new president say, "Change has come to America." This is an exciting and powerful statement.
In the New Testament, the Apostle Paul writes these words in I Corinthians 16:13-14: "Be watchful, stand in your faith, be courageous, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love."
As a minister of the gospel, the Rev. Luke Lawhon loves to tell people the good news about Jesus Christ.
The year 2009 is a special time for the Bethesda Church family. Located in the midst of a thriving military community, Bethesda serves the combined communities of Hinesville and Fort Stewart.
Dr. Michael Guido, renowned evangelist whose Metter-based ministry has reached international venues, remained hospitalized Friday in serious condition.
It was hailed as a celebration of service program for a man who had given unselfishly of his time and service.
If you are reading this article today, God has blessed you to see another year. God has given you another opportunity to do something worthwhile. I am convinced that many have made their New Year's resolutions. I want you to know that I am not a big advocate of making resolutions. Many times, they only last a few months and sometimes, a few days. However, some have decided that this is the year that they ...
There is a lot of excitement in the air at Grace Baptist Church in Hinesville. For the past four months, the church has been the scene of rehearsal after rehearsal. The church family, under the leadership of John Mills, was gearing up for its third Christmas Cantata Sunday evening. The musical celebration's theme was "Then Jesus Came."
The other day, as I was walking past my mailbox, I took a long look at it. It is old, faded and slides a little bit forward when one opens it.
Tomorrow is Father's Day. We all know that it is not quite the same event that Mother's Day is, and that is fine. We all know the value of a godly mother.
God sent his Son to pay a debt that man could not and cannot pay - the debt of sin.
Father's Day does not receive the recognition that Mother's Day receives personally or commercially. Personally, I think Father's Day should have a greater appreciation and a greater recognition based on a biblical prospective.
Even during summer months, some children still are having fun at school.
Morals can be defined simply as what a person has been taught and believes in regard to what is right and wrong.
Last week, I wrote that I have been preaching through the 23rd Psalm. I would like for you to consider an idea from that Psalm that remains a powerful image in my mind.
Last week, we began looking at the idea of putting our faith in God. Some people have a problem with this, for they trust only in themselves. Much of this comes from humanistic teaching in our schools today. Our young people are faced with instructors who do not believe in the Bible. Generations are being reared to believe that man has all the answers. This false idea makes it difficult for religious teaching to be accepted.
In a few weeks, they will once again converge on St. Simons Island for a time of refreshing, renewal and relaxation.
Many teachings circulating in the church today concern the kind of prosperity believers should experience.
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