While we don't know much of the details of Jesus's young life, we do have enough information to help us form a healthy personal growth pattern for ourselves. Luke's gospel account shows a natural progression. 2:40 Jesus is called "the child" v.43 "the boy" v.48 "Son" and v.52 "Jesus." Each of these titles shows a specific growth pattern. Luke says, "the child continued to grow…" Growth is natural, the desire to grow is a part of us. The lack of desire to grow, mature and learn shows there is a problem. If an ...
The roots run deep under the white church house that sits at Hub Junction.
Spring Ministries, Inc., a non-profit organization that helps single parents and their children, will hold a fundraiser dinner at 5 p.m. on July 30 at DeKalb Tech's Newton Center, 8100 Bob Williams Parkway, Covington.
WHO: Max Vincent
At 7 a.m. sharp each morning this week, Howard Kennedy has stood outside the Salem Campground tabernacle to sound the trumpet, marking the beginning of the day.
The wooden benches at the Salem Campground get a bit of cushioning as preparations continue for the opening of the annual campmeeting on Friday. The event runs through July 15. Helping to place the cushions are (from left) Rafael Lopez, Ricky McCory, Akin Robinson, Shaun McCory, Sam Ramsey and Joey Smith.
Air National Guard Col. Max Wood, a former U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, will be the featured speaker for a casual worship service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Prospect United Methodist Church, 6752 Ga. Highway 212 in Covington.
Frank B. Turner will lead the adult Bible class at the upcoming Salem Campmeeting, which begins Friday, July 8, at the historic Salem campground.The adult class will be held 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Monday, July 11, through Friday, July 15, at the Salem Hotel. The 183rd campmeeting runs July 8-15.
Summer fun: Students at vacation Bible school at Covington First Baptist Church prepare to learn about missions in Haiti and around the world in a session on Thursday. The children also enjoyed creating praise music and playing on giant inflatables, coloring, mining for rocks and learning about their Christian faith.
First United Methodist Church of Covington has a new associate pastor, the Rev. Jan McCoy.
The Salem Campmeeting will begin to stir again July 8 and will continue through July 15. This gathering began in 1828, and this year will be the 183rd time it happens.
Preparing for camp: At the Salem Campmeeting Board Meeting, the Board of Trustees discussed details of the upcoming 183rd annual Salem Campmeeting to be held Friday, July 8, through Friday, July 15. (Back row) Judd Doster and Roland Vaughn, (4th row) Bill Rogers, Jonathan Anderson, Buck Vaughn, and Dan Morgan, (3rd row) Tom Barnett, Jerry Marrett, The Rev. Tom Elliott, and Sam Ramsey, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, (2nd row) Benny Potts, Sandra Keller, Laura Kemp, and Tony Ramsey, (front row) Hardy Ogletree, Joanne McDonald, Ann Cook, Dr. Carter Rogers, Jimi Forward, and Alvin Vaughn. Not pictured: Wayne Ingle ...
Let's get cooking: Covington First United Methodist Church Vacation Bible School will be held at the church from 9 a.m. to noon on June 27 through July 1. The theme is the Shake It Up Cafe - Where Kids Carry Out God's Recipe!
Covington First United Methodist Church will celebrate its second annual Change The World, Impact The Community Day on May 7.
ALLEN MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH: 803 Whatcoat St., Oxford; Stations of the Cross, 7 p.m. today; Easter egg hunt 2 p.m. Saturday, sunrise service 7:30 a.m. Easter (breakfast 8 a.m.), service 11 a.m.; allenmemorialumc.org
If there is a Sunday when churches can expect a larger than normal turnout, it is Easter.
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 4140 Clark St. S.W., will play host to Holy Week services for the downtown community.