We need more fishers of men and volunteers …”
“Covid-19 has changed many things in the world, including our efforts to reach women.”
With COVID-19 knocking typical ministry for a loop, churches are exploring how to best meet the needs of their community. Hebron is finding those answers.
The webinar, hosted by Scott Smith, and Lorna Bius, addressed the growing food crisis in Georgia during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“They understand we care about them and this isn’t just something we’re doing.”
The United States joined 33 other countries in Tier 1…
“…it’s important to work together to support these ministries.”
Staff of First Baptist Church in Blakely deliver masks to LifeBrite Community Hospital. Standing left to right in their Mission Georgia shirts are Senior Pastor Lyle Brackin, Student Pastor Bradley Crews, and Worship Pastor Jeremy Jordan. FIRST BLAKELY/Special DULUTH — Right now 3,600 medical masks are in the process of being sent to hospitals in […]
“Seeing those numbers really drove home the need for us to get involved.”
“Being intentional is important …”