Are you planning on living forever? Do you think this world will always be just as it is?
I admit it - I'm a golfer. Some people who have played with me no doubt would dispute that claim. But if the definition of "golfer" is one who plays golf, then I am a golfer.
I recently looked through my junior high yearbook and started reminiscing.
In Luke 24:13-33, we enter into a scene that gives great insight into the process of how God works in our lives.
He hails from a long line of preachers and was charged with carrying on the ministry after his father retired.
Last week we began thinking about what we're seeking in the new year.
Starting Monday evening, I will be teaching a class on how to study the Bible. I've taught this class before, but it never gets old to me. I find it to be one of the most interesting and exhilarating studies I ever do. Why? Because studying the Bible is one of the most life-changing adventures in the world.
One of the most widely used phrases is "God bless America." I do believe God does want to bless America, as well as any people who will put their trust in him.
As you begin the new year, what is it that you are seeking? Some will be seeking a better job, others a new place to live and some may even be seeking for the one they will spend the rest of their life with.
It's a new year, and I'd like to welcome you to 2012! This will be a year full of opportunities, challenges and changes in each of our lives.
The new year is off to an exciting start for members of First Baptist Church of Ludowici.
Two local residents recently received 2011 Bishop Gartland Awards for outstanding service to the Catholic Church in South Georgia.
Lose weight, take a cruise, save money, relocate, reduce debt, go back to school. As you read this article, people around the world are making New Year's resolutions or setting goals to achieve this year. Some of us have dreams and visions that we've never taken a step to accomplish. I challenge you today to make a move. The results may change your life for the better, but you will never know until you try.
As the clock slowly inches toward midnight on New Year's Eve and noon on New Year's Day, black Americans experience a sense of extra excitement and anticipation. Watch night services on New Year's Eve and the Emancipation Proclamation Observance Day services on New Year's Day are two traditions that still are prevalent in the black community.
Sound the alarm, blow the trumpets and horns and go tell everyone that it's high time to celebrate our King.
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