I do not believe it is too late to pray for our nation, but the day may come when God will no longer hear our prayers for this beloved land.
Posts by Gerald Harris:
“Danny was an outstanding leader in our convention staff. We will all miss him more than we can express.”
My wife received a notice from General Motors indicating that her 2011 Buick Lacrosse was being recalled due to a defect in the windshield defrosting and defogging systems. The notice stated that the consequence of not getting the necessary automobile part replaced would negatively affect the defrost system of the car and thus decrease the […]
“During those years I was feeling a call from God, but I didn’t know what form it would take. I guess God was just using each stage of my life as a building block for what He was going to call me to do.”
FAIRMOUNT — The Double HH Ranch near Fairmount is known as a ranch of hope and healing, and that is exactly what it is. Rebecca Hampton, who owns the property, is the driving force behind the Cowboy Church in Jerusalem, the one-room schoolhouse, and the horse therapy that takes place on her ranch. Hampton is […]
By J. Gerald Harris Editor ATHENS — University of Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox referred to him as “the Silent Assassin.” That is a rather unusual moniker for a quiet, unassuming, gentlemanly scholar-athlete, but that is apparently how the coach sees his senior guard, Taylor Echols. Prior to the last home game Fox was assessing […]
If you have never worshiped in a black church, and particularly New Calvary Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, you have missed out on an indescribable, supernal blessing. Our black brothers and sisters know how to worship in spirit and in truth. I had the privilege of preaching at New Calvary on Dec. 21 and was […]