Many people have given up on God. They feel that because things have not worked out the way they planned, serving God is not worth the time or the effort.
Sunday was a time of new beginnings for the Beach Hill Baptist Church in Midway. The church installed a new pastor, the Rev. Douglas Carter of Hinesville. Dr. Sinclair Thorne of the First Calvary Missionary Baptist Church of Hinesville will be the speaker. Carter, who was appointed as the pastor of the 133-year-old church in December 2012, is excited about his appointment. "The members are very enthusiastic and excited to see what God has ...
"How long will you waver between two opinions? If the Lord be God then follow Him…" - 1 Kings 18:21
Most Christians and many non-Christians observe Lent, traditionally held during the six weeks before Easter Sunday. These 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Maundy Thursday are a commemoration of the time Jesus spent fasting in the desert before the beginning of His public ministry, in which He endured temptations by the devil.
Christianity has been misunderstood as it pertains to its attitude towards sin. I realize there are spokespersons for the faith that don't always speak correctly when representing it. They either refuse to call sin what the Bible calls sin, or they have a wrong attitude and end up hating the sinner as well as the sin. The Bible is clear on what our attitude should be towards sin: We must hate it. One of the ...
They don't teach cursive writing any more. That's what I was told. It has been made obsolete by the computer.
GAINESVILLE - Dr. Marcus Borg will present three lectures March 1-2 at Brenau University as part of a newly formed partnership of North Georgia churches and academic institutions.
Life is worth living. Some do not think so and take their lives, not realizing there is a better answer.
"From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, these things ought not to be so. Does a spring pour forth from the same opening both fresh and salt water? Can a fig tree, my brothers, bear olives, or a grapevine produce figs? Neither can a salt pond yield fresh water." James 3:10-12
Nationally, members of the 100-year-old Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. have been doing a lot of celebrating this year.
As I read and listen to news reports, I wonder how much longer God is going to tolerate the unholy occurrences in our world.
Another Lent season is under way. The 2013 season, a 40-day period before Easter, commenced Feb. 13 on Ash Wednesday. During this period, Sundays are not counted because Sundays commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It will culminate March 30, the day before Easter. A time of intensive soul-searching, repentance and reflection, Lent is celebrated around the world as people take inventory of their lives and try to get a closer relationship with God. By ...
Savannah Mayor Edna Branch Jackson will deliver the keynote speech Feb. 24 at Pleasant Grove AME Church as part of an annual African-American history celebration.
I was really good at lunch today. I had a salad. I even dipped my fork in the salad dressing for each bite, thus using half of what was provided.
The following information is "for guys only," so if any women out there dare to read this, use extreme caution!
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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