August 28, 2014

Fall Soccer at Glenloch Baptist Church

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(Glenloch) -- We are really excited to be kicking off Glenloch Soccer this Fall at GBC! We are starting Glenloch Soccer in an attempt to lower the participation cost for each student. While the cost will be going down , you can expect to see much of what you have seen over recent years at GBC. Devotions at your weekly practice Games on … [Read more...]

Flat Rock Campground – Revival 2014

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Flat Rock Campground - Revival 2014 (Hwy 34 West Franklin, GA) August 13th (Wednesday) – August 17th (Sunday) Services begin each night at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Mark your calendars, and be a part of a very special week at Flat Rock Campground. Pastor Brandon Brooks from Prospect Church (4134 Hwy 34, Franklin) invites you each night to join … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: Which Team Are You On?

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In his book “Autopsy of a Deceased Church – Twelve Ways to Keep Yours Alive,” author Thom Rainer tells the following story regarding the 1980 United States Olympic hockey team:  “The United States hockey team was not supposed to have a chance in 1980. The Soviet Union seemed invincible and unbeatable. Their team included elite professionals who had played … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: The Price of Freedom (Part 3) The Next Generation

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“Whoever wants the next generation in America the most - will get them” is a quote from my friend, Dr. Harris Malcom. (Harris played Kirk Cameron’s dad in the movie Fireproof.) When I heard Harris say this, it reverberated deep in my soul. It forced me to consider the possibility/truth that as Christians we have lost several generations and are losing the … [Read more...]

Elim Baptist Church Homecoming

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(Newnan, GA) -- Elim Baptist Church will celebrate Homecoming on Sunday, August 3, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. Evangelist, Dr. Steve Stewart will bring the message for the Sunday Homecoming worship service and for Elim's Revival. Revival starts at 7:00 p.m. each night, August 4-6. Everyone come ready to receive a blessing! Dr. Steve Stewart received his Bachelors … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: The Price of Freedom (Part 2)

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Last week I started writing a series of columns on the subject: The Price of Freedom. In it I said, “The price of freedom in America is a debt that is never really paid in full. It is not a once and done deal. It has installments that each succeeding generation must decide whether or not to pay.” I am afraid that my generation and the succeeding … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: The Price of Freedom

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It is the Fourth of July week as I write this column. Soon our beloved country will be in full celebration mode of Independence Day. Two hundred and thirty-eight years ago, a brave group of our Founding Fathers signed their names to a document, called The Declaration of Independence, that would change the course of human history. This document was the … [Read more...]

Lighthouse of Hope Farmer’s Market

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FARMERS MARKET WHAT: Fresh Produce and More! WHEN: Every Thursday - 8:00 AM until Noon WHERE: The Lighthouse of Hope parking lot ADDRESS: 357 Joe Stephens Rd., Franklin,GA HOW: FREE set up for farmers! WHY: Support your last local farmers! … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: Throw Away the Cookie-Cutter

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There’s an old joke about a duck that waddled into a convenience store, jumped on the counter and asked the clerk if they had any grapes. The clerk told him no.  The duck hopped down and went about his way. The next day the scenario repeated itself.  The third day the duck again waddles into the store and asks the clerk if he has any grapes. The clerk, who … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: My Heroes

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Sometimes God sends me the thoughts for these pastor’s columns in the strangest ways. He literally sends me a sign – as is the case with this column today. I was on the way to my office when I pulled up behind a truck stopped at a traffic signal. There was a sign posted on the back window that said, “My hero doesn’t wear a cape. He wears a dog tag - and he … [Read more...]