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  • Phone: 706.866.0232
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  • Meeting Address:
    2645 Lafayette Road, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742
  • Mailing Address: PO Box 2125 Ft Oglethorpe, GA 30742

Service Times

  • Sunday Bible Study:  9:30am
  • Sunday Morning Worship:  10:50am
  • Sunday Evening Worship:  5pm

  • Wednesdays: Evening Dinner 5pm,
    Prayer 6:30pm
  • Oneighty: (Students) Wednesdays @ 6pm 
  • Clubhouse Friends: (Kids) Wednesdays @6pm

Living as Lifetime Learners

No Place for Hoarders

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

There is no place for hoarders in God’s kingdom. When we begin to struggle in giving what we have to others, we have forgotten from whom & where we received our possessions. The Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5-7) announces the what is the Kingdom of God but then Matthew sets to explain...

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The Smell of Victory

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

Whenever the Rome Empire won a major military victory they would celebrate with a spectacular parade. The commanding general would lead the procession in a magnificent chariot, followed by his soldiers, musicians, and other officials. Then, soldiers would lead the defeated enemies through the...

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The Partnership of God

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

God is not being still, he is doing great things that we are able to see if we listen to the subtle presence of the Holy Spirit directing our attention.  God is wanting to reveal Himself to a watching world. He does not call you to get involved just so people can see what you can do. Quite...

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The Paradoxes We Travel

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

Scripture presents many paradoxes that challenge our human way of thinking. We think of the poor as possessing very little, yet Jesus said the riches of heaven belong to the poor in spirit. Self-reliance robs us of God’s good gifts.  I believe these paradoxes are the path we travel...

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How Christ Sees Us

Posted by Jason Thomas on

Christ sees people far differently than we do. We see people through our filter.  To see people like Christ will feel like not seeing people like we naturally do.  His love for people should be a overwhelming thought.  Throughout the Gospels we see a pattern in the way Jesus...

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Same Problem, Different People

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

Jonah and Job were about as opposite as it comes.  But they faced the same conflict in their pleas to God.  Job was a righteous man who, from a human perspective, did not deserve to suffer. He lived life to follow God above all else. As he was experiencing great tribulation, Job cried...

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T

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This week let’s mediate on the word ‘respect.’  We have a great value in our world on its presence or absence.  Webster’s first entry for ‘respect” is “a relation or reference to a particular thing or situation”  This definition has...

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Meaning of "Empty"

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

Hunger and thirst are the body’s way of telling us that we are “empty.” Our natural response to physical hunger and thirst is to seek food and water to satisfy our need.  Each Christian has an inner longing that only Christ can satisfy. But we cannot be filled with Him if...

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A voice for the voiceless

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

As we study the prophet Jonah, I want to invite you to see the world like a prophet and seek to live prophetically.  What is a prophet is actually a distinct identity, but it may not be what we assume.  First, a prophet is someone who listens attentively to the revelation of God...

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A completely different picture

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

Even in John the Baptist’s stark appearance, his wild location and his strong message, he did not come from a heart of arrogance.  Though this we might assume John was “rock star” like, the attention grabber of before “the big show” of Jesus.  In his...

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