DULUTH — Across the state of Georgia, churches and para-church ministries are partnering to shine a light on the darkness of human trafficking. The issue of human trafficking is widespread. Doctors, pastors, lawyers – people from all walks of life and different types of careers – are involved in it, shared Rhiannon Dobson, the co-founder and executive director for […]
MARIETTA — The Atlanta Braves recently honored Noonday Baptist Association‘s Howard Koepka as a Hometown Hero for his work in food distribution. When the COVID-19 shutdown led to many hungry and in need of a meal, Koepka led others into action through his role as church consultant for Noonday. “This man rose to the occasion in […]
ATLANTA – Julie Lee* thought she understood the plight of refugees, since she was the daughter of Laotian refugees. Her parents moved to the United States as refugees of the Vietnam War. But when she spent a summer in Louisville, Kentucky working with refugees, she realized a lot had changed in the last 40 years. […]
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…