From Friday Night Lights to Secular Fights
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
If there's one thing secularists despise more than one person praying, it's 7,000! That's what the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) got when it tried to shut down faith in Opelika, Alabama. Turns out, threatening prayer in this small town didn't lead to silence. It led to a revolution.
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Christ Community Church Dedicates New Worship Space
- By Suzanne Smith
SIMPSONVILLE, SC - Christ Community Church of Simpsonville, S.C., dedicated its new and expanded worship space at 700 Harrison Bridge Road with a two-hour evening program and service. Felder & Associates served as the lead architect in partnership with the Aspen Group, a design firm that specializes in church construction.
The $2.8 million addition and renovation includes a new 5,700-square-foot worship facility that can seat 420 people, along with a new office addition of 1,320 square feet. The existing worship service was converted to “Third Place” space — a welcoming connecting space that includes a coffee bar and comfortable seating for casual gatherings, group meeting, dining and fellowship.
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Waiting For A Forever Family
- By Miracle Hill
Before we said, “I do”, my husband and I sat down and had a really serious conversation about foster care. We both knew going into our marriage that God had placed foster care on our hearts long before we ever met. A little over a year into our marriage, we were both working multiple jobs trying to make ends meet and we were barely seeing each other in the process. We wanted to become parents so badly. I had a dream that one day I would be lying in bed and a little boy would wake me up and say, “Mama”. We were struggling with infertility and caught in a cycle of just going through the motions. Then, God spoke to Ben.
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Orchard Introduces The Do Good Challenge
- By Christian Newswire
Orchard aims to spread kindness in the Atlanta area with the first-ever Do Good Challenge
ATLANTA -- On October 5, 2019, people all over the city will make the world a better place by participating in The Do Good Challenge, a new signature event for Atlanta.
The Do Good Challenge will bring people together to do good for others and make a positive impact on Atlanta. It is an excellent opportunity to honor loved ones, facilitate team building, and serve with family, all while having fun and making a difference.
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Backpack or Bomb? Responding to the Emerging Threat of Explosives in Church
- By Christian Newswire
LOVELAND, Colo. -- The FBI recently arrested ISIS-inspired Mustafa Mousab Alowemer for allegedly plotting to blow up a local church using a backpack filled with explosives.
Was this an isolated event or a precursor to future attacks?
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Annual JDRF One Walk, Upstate on September 14th aims to raise close to $200,000 for Type 1 Diabetes Research
- By Lindsey Anderson
JDRF Greater Western Carolinas anticipates around 1,000 participants to join the walk
On Saturday, September 14 the JDRF Greater Western Carolinas Chapter kicks off its 21st annual JDRF One Walk at BMW Performance Center. Aiming to raise more than $195,000 to help fund critically needed type 1 diabetes (T1D) research, the event, organized by JDRF Greater Western Carolinas volunteers, is expected to attract around 1,000 supporters, including teams representing local businesses, families, schools and other organizations. The event is one of approximately 160 JDRF One Walks nationwide that bring together hundreds of thousands of people each year who share JDRF’s vision to create a world without T1D.
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