See the Yaraeis at PCF

Kamran and Suzy Yaraei will appear at Peachtree Christian Fellowship Friday and Saturday, Jan. 29 and 30, at 7 p.m. each night.

Kamran Yaraei is a former Shiite Muslim.

“His conversion to a Spirit-filled passionate Christian is an amazing testimony, which has led many into Jesus’ love,” a spokesperson said. “ Kamran speaks from His heart connection with God, entertwining his testimony of conversion from a Shiite Muslim to a lover of Jesus.” Read More»

Gifts for Emmaus House

Gifts for Emmaus House

In December, the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Community Outreach Ministry collected, wrapped and delivered over 300 gifts to Emmaus House, Atlanta. The ministry also collected gifts appropriate for adults so that the children were able to purchase gifts for parents and grandparents for 5 -10 cents a gift. Emmaus House provides a safe haven for children with after school projects and enrichment programs. Read More»

Hopewell’s Social Networking class starts tomorrow evening

Hopewell United Methodist Church will host a free Social Networking class, open to the entire community, on Thursday, Jan. 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. Although there is no fee for the class, everyone planning to attend is asked to register.

Detective Adam Castings will teach the class. Castings is a detective with the Tyrone Police Department and is also attached to the GBI internet predator task force. Read More»

Real Life Center gets a boost from A’meritage in Tyrone

Shown above, A’meritage owner, Joseph Nowell and Real Life Center Executive Director Cathy Berggren. Photo/Special.

A’meritage at Dogwood Restaurant is partnering with the Real Life Center to help feed the hungry in Fayette County. A’meritage will donate $1 from the sale of every adult Sunday brunch buffet to the Real Life Center

The promotion will continue through 2010.

A’meritage owner Joseph Nowell said, “We feel blessed that the Fayette county community has embraced us and given us the opportunity to share our passion for food. What better way to show our appreciation than by being a blessing to others. We were thrilled to discover the Real Life Center as a resource for donating food.” Read More»

St. Paul Lutheran will offer Dave Ramsey’s FPU beginning Feb. 7

St. Paul Lutheran Church in Peachtree City, will host the 13-week Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University course beginning Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. in the church cafeteria. The course is open to the community.

A preview will be given this Saturday, Jan. 30, at St. Paul, starting at 1 p.m.. A short video will feature Dave Ramsey and questions about the course can be asked.

FPU is a Total Money Makeover program. Read More»

FFUMC will offer four FPU classes in February, March

Fayetteville First United Methodist Church (FFUMC) will offer multiple courses in Financial Peace University (13 week course) in early 2010. The course benefits couples/individuals of all ages — those with or without debt.

Financial Peace University (FPU) is a life-changing program that shows how to reach financial goals by eliminating debt, saving for the future, and giving like never before. More than one million families have attended FPU. Read More»

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Open Door’s revival continues
Open Door Baptist Church’s revival will continue through this Friday., Jan. 29, with services each night beginning at 7 p.m. The guest evangelist is Darrell Hayes. Open Door is at 7364 Ga. Hwy. 16 East, just outside Senoia. For information, call the church, 770-599-6541.

Holy Trinity will offer GriefShare Read More»

Hume and Tiger and the need for bread

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So Brit Hume of Fox News created a firestorm of protest when he suggested on “Fox News Sunday” Jan. 3 that Tiger Woods should consider turning to Christianity and away from Buddhism. I missed it completely since I’m tied up on Sundays doing pastor stuff and don’t get to watch much Sunday TV.

I try to stay up on local news and on the big stuff, like college football developments and other life and death events. Like Lane Kiffin leaving Tennessee after only one season — what a shame! The SEC is much better off without him, and so is Tennessee. But back to Brit and Tiger. Read More»

National Heights Baptist plans community pancake breakfast

National Heights Baptist Church is preparing a Community Pancake Breakfast on Saturday morning, Jan. 23, from 9 until 10:30 a.m. as an opportunity to meet more of the community surrounding the church.

“The area around the church has grown significantly in recent years and the congregation would like to offer its help, prayers and fellowship to all their neighbors — as well as anyone new to the Fayetteville-Peachtree City area,” a spokesperson said. Read More»

‘Decisions for end of life’ seminar set for tomorrow

An Adult Speaker Series will be launched at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Newnan, with the program entitled “Making Health Care Decisions Near the End-Of-Life” It will be presented by Dr. Carl Hug, M.D., Ph.D., on Thursday, Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. at the church.

Hug serves as professor of anesthesiology emeritus at Emory University School of Medicine.

No reservations are required and the public is invited to attend.

St. Mary Magdalene is at 3 Village Rd., directly behind the new Coweta Public Library, and just off Ga. Highway 154 and Lower Fayetteville Road.