By Buck Burch Chances are that you have recently experienced conflict, are experiencing conflict, or will experience conflict with someone soon. People typically deal with conflict in one of four ways: 1) Circumvention (avoiding any confrontation) 2) Competition (fighting to see who “wins”) 3) Compromise (giving in by at least one side losing something) 4) […]
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Gladys Walker holds the plaque given to her for 32 years of service as pianist and organist. MANCHESTER, Ga. – Members of Trinity Baptist Church in Manchester are showing their appreciation to Gladys Walker who has served as t heir pianist and organist for more than three decades. The church presented her with a plaque […]
By David Jeremiah EL CAJON, Calif. (BP) – Caitlin McNeil, a 21-year-old Scottish singer, and her friends couldn’t agree about the color of a dress they saw on the Internet. Some in their group saw the dress with blue and black horizontal stripes while others saw the stripes as white and gold. To settle the […]
Bridge named in honor of Georgian killed in Afghanistan. By Charles Jones The nation was transfixed by the images repeatedly flashed across the screens. It was a blow beyond our collective comprehension. First one, then a second plane slamming into the World Trade Center towers in New York, followed by the collapse of both buildings […]
Georgia Baptist Convention President Kevin Williams discusses the role missions have played in the growth of First Baptist Church Villa Rica. By Buck Burch Churches are ready to get back to going. That seems to be the consensus from those who attended the Georgia Baptist Missions Tour throughout the state during the month of August. […]
By Ronnie Floyd On Saturday, September 11, 2021, America will observe the 20th Anniversary of 9/11. On this day, it seemed the world stopped as all eyes and hearts observed the horrific events that were occurring before us on live television. The Events of 9/11 Were Shocking Terrorism struck our nation in a devastating manner. A total […]
One Life Church hosts an outdoor movie night in an effort to reach nearby residents. By Keith Ivey When Kennard Weever was invited to become pastor of what is now One Life Church, they were meeting in an elementary school in Lawrenceville, the third location for this fellowship that started in Norcross as Northeast Community […]
President Biden promised to push for the passage of the so-called “Equality Act” during the first 100 days of his term. With a Democrat-controlled House and Senate, the passage of such legislation is more likely than ever before.
Establishing a foundation in apologetics early may help guard against the church drift experienced by many young adults who grow up in church.
“It is time to see a great harvest of God.”
After a few years of economic optimism, pastors say the 2020 economy is hurting their congregation.
“The average American doesn’t realize all the things that churches do to make society less awful.”