Did you survive the Christmas rush? For some, the Christmas celebration is still happening. My kids and grandkids don’t arrive until today, and our Christmas Day is Thursday. We’ll all be together for approximately 60 hours, and we’ll make each moment count.
With the convenience of online shopping, my gift buying was mostly hassle-free, but we still hit several local stores,
Last Wednesday, many were still without power and wringing their hands over empty grocery store shelves. We dodged a major bullet with Hurricane Irma and were mainly inconvenienced for a few days. We made it through Georgia’s first tropical storm. Floridians got the brunt of it, especially the Keys and the Miami area, but it could have been catastrophic. Meteorologists referred to a shift in Irma’s
Art Linkletter used to say, “Kids say the darndest things!” That’s one reason I enjoy our “children’s moment.” At a certain point in our morning worship service, our younger children come to the front (usually ages 5-8 or so) and we have a “talk” and object lesson on their level.
Two Fayetteville churches are on the front line of seeing God do amazing things in Santa Catarina, Brazil. First Baptist Church took a team of 19 in April and saw 793 come to Christ in Treze Tilias and Seara.
Previously, McDonough Road Baptist Church travelled