Due to increasing concerns over the surge of COVID-19 cases in Georgia, the Georgia Baptist Mission Board has postponed or shifted some of its events online. The statement from the mission board reads: “We regret to inform you that COVID-19 continues to be a very significant issue across Georgia and presenting very dangerous circumstances that […]
Wes Fowler, pastor of First Baptist Mayfield and president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention, said he will be praying for Kentucky Baptist pastors and churches and Gov. Andy Beshear during this public health crisis. ROBIN Cornetet/Kentucky Today LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Reaction to Gov. Andy Beshear’s request to halt indoor services for houses of worship […]
IMB photo RICHMOND – The coronavirus has left virtually no country unaffected. Unrelenting and indiscriminate, the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened the welfare of millions and has wreaked havoc on economic infrastructures worldwide. Countless families have lost work and income, making it next to impossible to acquire adequate food and daily supplies. Even in the world’s […]
All three Georgia Baptist colleges are planning to host on-campus classes this semester – with some adjustments due to COVID-19.
It’s amazing how much debris can accumulate in a gutter over fifteen years. Until the first Saturday in April, I don’t think we had cleaned out our gutters since they were installed. The coronavirus pandemic has necessitated most of us spend more time at home, so I’m catching up on some overdue maintenance. Confinement of any type […]
“I watch leaders. I do that because I want to be a good leader…”
Two San Jose churches have filed a federal lawsuit claiming a coronavirus-related ban of indoor worship violates their First Amendment rights.
It’s time for a reset. The time we have spent apart due to the COVID-19 quarantine will have an eternal impact on churches as we move forward into the future. It has changed the church from within, because individual people have changed. She will not reemerge the same. It seems like such a long time […]
… 55 percent of people said their stress levels have increased since the pandemic began.
…Governor Kemp is just asking Georgians of faith to continue to do the right thing.
The music and preaching evangelists will share through testimony, preaching, and singing.
“I’d rather have a safeguard than no safeguard.”