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…

The Lazy Days Of Summer

Maybe instead of the lazy days of summer, we’ll call it the serving, learning, fun days of summer.  I am excited to invite our children and youth to many events this summer.  Some are to learn more about who God is and who they are.  Others are to actively care for those in our community. …

Additional Projects That Grew Out Of March Mission Madness

In the process of visiting people for March Mission Madness sites, I discovered there were some needs too big and too small for MMM.  I’m sure you can imagine needs too big for that weekend.  I went to one woman’s home to find that her roof had a huge leak and would need a new…

Amazing Youth And An Important Ministry

Just in case you didn’t know it, I want to tell you that we have some amazing youth in our church!  They surprise me every day with their energy and willingness to serve.  This past Sunday night we served in the Clothes Closet.  The youth are always amazed at how many people this ministry serves…

We Are Connected

The theme for this past weekend’s March Mission Madness was “Be Connected.”  Our youth came together with other youth groups from around Georgia to connect to each other, to God, and to the community of Rome.  For the weekend these students went to 27 different mission sites.  FBC Commerce students did landscaping and yard work…