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Providence teens join world hunger cause

This Friday and Saturday, teens from Providence United Methodist Church will join the efforts of hundreds of thousands of young people all over the nation who will set aside the usual “stuff” that fills their daily lives. Instead, they will do World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine because they say they want to “Overcome Hunger with Love” – the theme for this year. By going without food, they get a taste of what the world’s poorest children and families face every day. Read More»

Pinestraw, fertilizer sale continues at PTCUMC

The United Methodist Men at Peachtree City United Methodist Church are now taking orders for their 33rd Annual Fertilizer and Pine Straw Sale. Delivery will be Saturday, March 3 and Saturday, March 10.

Products are priced comparably to big box retailers in the area and the men deliver to local residents free of charge. Read More»

CDM to offer ‘Soul Healing’ study in March

Christ Discipleship Ministries, 114 W. Campbellton Street, Fairburn, will conduct a 13-week study entitled “Soul Healing” which will meet every Wednesday evening from 7 - 8:15 p.m. beginning March 7.

The teacher, Pastor Carolyn Driver says,”Soul Healing is working out your own salvation by dealing with the issues of the mind, emotions and will. If we want to fulfill the potential of our re-created spirit we must work with the mind, emotions and will in order for them to become congruent with the Spirit.” Read More»

S.A.G.E. Methodist group heads for Cartersville

The S.A.G.E. group (senior adults going everywhere) at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church have scheduled a trip to the Tellus Science Museum in Cartertsville for their February outing. The trip is planned for Monday, Feb. 27, leaving the church at 9 a.m. and returning at 4 p.m.

The cost is $15 per person and includes museum, planetarium show and transportation. Lunch will be on your own at the museum cafe. Read More»

Religion Briefs 02/22/12

FFUMC will again host Lenten lunches Read More»

God’s promises are clear and certain

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Ann Landers told about a man who, every time he got paid, would stick $50 in a shoe box in the back of his closet. He did this for years and accumulated quite a bit of cash.

When he got sick and realized that he was reaching the end, he had a request of his wife.

“I want you to promise me something.”

“What is it?”

“I want you to promise me that when I die, you will put that shoebox of cash in my casket. I want to see if I really can take it with me.”

She said she would be sure his money was in his casket. Read More»

PTCUMC gears up for annual fertilizer, pinestraw sale

Al Hogg, Al Messick, Earl Gimlich, and Jim Stephens, all members of the United Methodist Men at Peachtree City United Methodist Church, get ready for the church’s annual fertilizer and pinestraw sale. Photo/Debbie Rader-Clanton, 88Keyz Studio & Designs

The United Methodist Men at Peachtree City United Methodist Church are now taking orders for their 33rd Annual Fertilizer and Pine Straw Sale. Delivery will be Saturday, March 3 and Saturday, March 10.

Products are priced comparably to big box retailers in the area and the men deliver to local residents free of charge.

For the last 33 years the Peachtree City United Methodist Men have been selling high quality products at reasonable prices that work together to make lawns more beautiful. Read More»

National Heights Baptist’s parenting class starts Sunday

In conjunction with the United Methodist Children’s Home in Decatur, National Heights Baptist Church in Fayetteville will host a six-week parenting class on Sunday afternoons. Feb. 19-March 25 from 2:30-4:30 p.m., at the church, 103 Old Norton Rd (corner of Ga. Highway 54 and Old Norton Road).

The curriculum is designed for all types of families with children of all ages.

A one time $35 fee per family includes an “Active Parenting” parent guide and six weeks of classes. Read More»

Teens from Providence UMC join world hunger movement

Wars and natural disasters dominate the world’s daily headlines, but behind the scenes and far from the spotlight, hunger and preventable diseases claim the lives of 24,000 of the world’s children every day. This world hunger is 100 percent preventable, and teens from Providence UMC are ready to help. Read More»

Fairburn’s Koinonia Center begins Lenten course Feb. 21

The Koinonia Center in Fairburn invites the public to a special free Lenten Study, “Centering Prayer: A Training Course for Opening to the Presence of God.” Read More»