Passport Camp Report

Last Sunday fifteen students and five chaperones piled into two church buses to head off to Greensboro, North Carolina full of excitement and anticipation for the week ahead.  Six days later we arrived back at the church, unloaded the buses and went home.  We were not, however, the same group that left Commerce a week…

WORLD WAR I MEMORIAL REDEDICATED

On Sunday, May 17, 2015 the church rededicated a marker that had been placed soon after World War I in memory of Raymond Ellis Luthi who died in the crash of a transport ship on (need date from marker). Members of the local American Legion post led the ceremony. The marker had been placed at…

St Simons Island Lighthouse by Kathryn Meyer

Part 2 – Words of Hope from St. Simons

Last week, I shared with you some of what I learned at the  Mercer Preaching Consultation at St. Simons.  This week I would like to share with you some reflections on Dr. Bass’s presentation.  Some of these are Dr. Bass’s reflections and some are my own. First, Dr. Bass noted that Baptists and Methodists fared…

St Simons Island Lighthouse by Kathryn Meyer

Words Of Hope From St. Simons

Last week, I shared with you that I attended the Mercer Preaching Consultation at St. Simons. This week I would like to share with you some of what I learned at the consultation. I learned a great deal from other pastors who made presentations as they related some of their challenges and approaches to preaching….

Cause for Celebration and Prayers

We are now settling into our full routine with the youth both on Sundays and Wednesdays at church.  Somehow the students seem more committed this year in both their attendance and in their desire to grow.  We have had really good attendance for F4 and on Wednesday nights!  I have been celebrating their active presence…