May 31, 2016

Vacation Bible School at Centralhatchee First Baptist

(Centralhatchee) -- Centralhatchee First Baptist Church is excited to present Vacation Bible School 2016: Submerged (in the Word of God) June 5 - 10 from 6 o'clock until 8:30 pm. Students ages 3 – 18 are invited to join us for worship, Bible study, recreation, food, and fellowship. The regular buses and vans will pick up those who need … [Read more...]

Olive Branch Youth Car Wash, Yard and Bake Sales

Olive Branch Youth Car Wash, Yard and Bake Sales (Franklin) -- Pastor Rodney Roquemore and the youth of Olive Branch Baptist Church located at 40 Frolona Rd. in Franklin cordially invite you to join us June 11, 2016 beginning at 7:30 a.m. for our car wash, yard sale and bake sale. Donations will be accepted for all cars washed and all yard and bake sale … [Read more...]

Homecoming at Prospect Church

(Franklin) -- You are invited to join Prospect Church for Homecoming on Sunday, June 5, 2016, at 11:00 AM. This will be a time of great worship and fellowship as we celebrate our 141st anniversary. Special music will be provided by Randy and Sherri Miller. Stay and enjoy lunch on the grounds following the service. Bring your family, friends, and favorite … [Read more...]

Men’s and Women’s Day at Heard Wesley UMC

(Franklin) -- You are invited to join us at Heard Wesley United Methodist Church, Sunday, May 22 at 11:00 as we celebrate our Annual Men's & Women's Day. Guest speaker is Associate Minister, Rev. Demetrius Thornton, Oak Grove Baptist Church, Carrollton, GA. Master of Ceremony is Bro. Cleveland Rutledge, Jr. Come celebrate with us and be Blessed. … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: God Cannot Be Bribed

When my oldest son, who is now in his forties, was about six months old, he was diagnosed with tracheal bronchitis and pneumonia. The situation was grim. The doctor came to Marianne and me and told us he had done all he could do. It was up to God. Fortunately, God showed him favor and healed him. In the process of all of this, my mother, who was a God … [Read more...]

Set Them Free International at Prospect Church

(Franklin, GA) -- Set Them Free International will be at Prospect Church on Sunday, May 22, 2016 at 11:00 AM. This ministry believes that every child deserves to be free, no child deserves to be a slave. Come join us to learn more about the fight against child trafficking. If you are interested in joining the efforts to end the sexual exploitation of … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: The Process

In Matthew 4:19(KJV) Jesus said to His disciples, “… Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” In this scripture, it is undeniable that Jesus is giving the promise of a process that would turn ordinary fishermen into fishers of men. However, if we’re not careful, we’ll run right by the fact that it wasn’t a promise of instantaneous change. It was … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: The Unbaptized Arm

I have often mentioned that Rev. Olin McClain is one of my personal heroes of the faith. When he speaks, I try to listen. Not long he shared an illustration about the 15th century leader of Russia, Ivan the Great. The story goes that Ivan the Great brought the warring tribes of Russia together to form a vast empire that we would know today as the old … [Read more...]

Bethel Christian Church Homecoming

(Glenn) --Pastor Kenneth Johnson and the members of Bethel Christian Church, 660 Glenn Rd., invites you to help celebrate their 130th Homecoming on May 15th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. Bring a covered dish and enjoy fellowship following the service. Revival will follow on: May 16th with Pastor Stoney Halsey May 17th with Pastor John Dye May 18th with Pastor … [Read more...]

Pastoral Nuggets: My Righteous Indignation

As I write this Pastor’s Column, I do so with the realization that my “righteous indignation” may show through. If it does, so be it. Just pray for me. Righteous Indignation.  (Noun)  “… anger and contempt combined with a feeling that it is one's right to feel that way …” Dictionary.com As I sit at my computer writing this Pastor’s Column, Governor Nathan … [Read more...]