- Created on 07 February 2013
The Men of Ben Hill United Methodist Church will present "A Night to Remember" Valentine's Celebration on Thursday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m.
The evening will feature entertainment by the Blake Music Group at the Renaissance Concourse Hotel, 1 Hartsfield Center Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30354. Festive Valentine attire is recommended for women and dark suits for men.
Tickets are $55 per person and can be obtained by contacting the church at 404 344-0618 or by visiting the website at www.benhill-umc.org. Richard Jordan and Cassius Williams are co-chairs for the event.
- Created on 05 February 2013
"No weapon that is formed against you will prosper; And every tongue that accuses you in judgment you will condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, And their vindication is from Me," declares the LORD. Isaiah 54:17
Do you know that every time we fear we are doubting at least one of God's promises. Fear moves us into doubt and opens the door for Satan to work. If we don't come against fear in our lives, it will consume us. Verse 14 reassures us, terror shall not come near you.
The 3 great thieves of God's blessing are oppression, fear, and terror. The Lord says these will gather together around you, but they are not of Him. When these things come our way, we do not have to surrender to them. God didn't send them. He is not the God of oppression, fear, and terror.
Whatever your past or present, The Lord will rebuild you and establish you in righteousness. Believe this!
- Created on 04 February 2013
It has truly been an Awesome weekend in the life of Fellowship Chicago music.
At the 2013 Stellar Awards we were amazed at winning in five categories:
- Song of the year: Charles Jenkins, “Awesome” — “The Best of Both Worlds,” Inspired People
- CD of the year: Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago, “The Best of Both Worlds,” Inspired People
- Choir of the year: Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago, “The Best of Both Worlds,” Inspired People
- Recorded music packaging of the year: Charles Jenkins, “The Best of Both Worlds,” Inspired People
- Traditional choir of the year: Charles Jenkins & Fellowship Chicago, “The Best of Both Worlds,” Inspired People
He wants you to know: “Thank you…Thank you…Thank you!!”
- Created on 05 February 2013
Just when you think you have heard everything, something surprises you.
Just when you think you had heard it all, another malicious and alarming crime committed by a criminal priest, nun, minister or pastor, surfaces.
This one has to be one of the most shocking yet...an Evangelical Pastor managed to abuse victims after convincing them that his penis contains HOLY MILK. The criminal: Valdeci Sobreni Picano of Brazil.
Valdeci Sobrino Picanto is a Brazilian Evangelical Pastor. He has been arrested after deceiving the faithful using the name of the "Holy Spirit," by using these foolish lies.
This criminal pastor claimed that the Holy Spirit would secrete from his penis in the form of "sacred milk". This pastor said that his penis was blessed and that "the Lord had consecrated him with divine milk of the Holy Spirit" and, of course, he had to release it in order to "evangelize". Read the rest of this disgiusting story by going to http://www.christculturenews.com.
Who does this? It's disgusting.
- Created on 31 January 2013
Every day my kids have opportunities to feel proud and to want me to encourage them even further.
But rather than say, "Good job, that makes me so happy," I try to find a way to focus it on their efforts. In short, encouraging statements keep the task/ action/ problem/ accomplishment about the child, not about the parent.
Below are eight very simple things that you can tell your child any time to help them feel encouraged and ready to seize the day and take on new opportunities.
I love you.
I know you don't like doing this, and I thank you for doing it anyway. It really helps.
I appreciate your cooperation.
Thanks for helping.
I have faith that we can find a respectful solution.
You are capable.
I love you.
Our children need to know that you love them. It's not always easy to make yourself available to communicate with your children. But you must. Children do hear you. Start with these simple sentences today.