When Children Ask Great Questions

I love it when children ask great questions!  “What does God look like?”  “Why do we use purple in worship?”  “Why do we use a wreath for Advent?”  The latter is what one child asked Sunday afternoon as we were preparing to make advent wreaths for families to use in their homes.  This was the…

With Faith Like a Child

Last weekend I took some of the children of our church to Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK) in Gainesville.  This is an enclosed space for children to explore the neighborhood.  The children are able to play postmaster, doctor, judge, beautician, server, etc.  I must share with you how wonderful it was to be with our…

Hanging of the Green

Sunday, November 27th is the first Sunday of Advent.  That means our worship service will be a Hanging of the Green service.  During our morning worship service we will decorate the sanctuary for the season of Advent as we explore the symbols of the season through scripture, music and meditation.  We need help from the…

Telling Our Story

“Telling Our Story” was the theme of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia’s General Assembly last week which I attended.  In worship Sunday night Brett Younger, our speaker, asked how we tell our story.  Do we tell our story in a pull-yourself-up-by-your-own-bootstraps sort of way?  You know, the kind of story where you have done…

Scenes of Fun!

I do hope you enjoyed the Fall Festival as much as I did!  We had a record crowd and many new faces.  It was a wonderful afternoon to share with our church family and our community.  Thank you to everyone who helped to make the Fall Festival such a successful outreach ministry!  Please enjoy the…