Judy Hayes, center, poses with two campers who happen to be her nieces, Kylie and Laila, at Camp Pinnacle. By Roger Alford CLAYTON, Ga. – Forget about alarm clocks. At Camp Pinnacle, folks rely on Judy Hayes for the morning wakeup. Around here, campers know her as Nurse Judy, and for decades she has been […]
Fun and games are a apart of the Camp Pinnacle experience, along with Bible studies and spiritual reflection. By Roger Alford CLAYTON, Ga. – Butterflies flitter on a warm summer’s breeze. Songbirds call to one another from towering pines and leafy oaks. Geese float lazily on a glassy pond, sending tiny ripples across the otherwise […]
“It makes me feel like one day I’ll be a missionary.”
A look at the women who return each year to mentor young girls and nurture them on their journey to godly women.
The plight of refugees and Christian responsibility is spelled out to campers at Camp Pinnacle this summer.
Children and youth statewide are flocking to Georgia Baptist camps for the next eight weeks.
Wolffork Church in Rabun Gap “sings in” tomorrow’s total eclipse as throngs surge into north Georgia for heavenly event
This morning Wolffork Baptist Church…welcomed visitors with…a special acoustic bluegrass concert and good preaching, followed by dinner on the grounds…
CLAYTON — On a warm summer afternoon, a half-dozen young girls sit in a large swing, Bibles open. The silence is deafening as the only sound comes from waves gently lapping the shore of Camp Pinnacle Lake. The girls – and more than a dozen others from their cabin – are observing their quiet time […]
“… I just wasn’t ready to let it not be a part of my life.”
“…you can never underestimate the power of God in the life of a child.”
“We live as close to a First Century church starting model as possible.”
“I eventually became convicted that I had the heart of stone reflected in that verse.”