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Contact Us

  • 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

People Watching

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Christ sees people far differently than we do. His love for all people should be a overwhelming thought.  Throughout the Gospels we see a pattern in the way Jesus taught His disciples. Whenever He saw the crowds, Jesus would reveal to the disciples what was on His heart for the people...

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Embracing unpredictablity

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Our world is preoccupied with methods.  What I mean by “methods” is a particular form or accomplishing something.  Our faith is not a functioning means.  When we find a program that works in one business, we immediately want to package and distribute it so that it will...

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God's initiative

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The most dramatic changes in our life will come from God’s initiative, not ours. The people God used mightily in Scripture were all ordinary people to whom He gave divine assignments that they never could have initiated. May we find rest and patience in God’s will and timing. ...

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Our Cross

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Your “cross” is God’s will for you, regardless of the cost. Taking up your cross is a choice; it is not beyond your control.  One of the most beautiful and mysterious facts of the passion is that Christ willingly took it on. This is a fact that requires long absorption to...

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Called to Be

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Do you have a sense of what God has called you to be?  I pray that we absorb our covenant vocation not just in the sense of a purpose but also a meaning.  Paul never lost his wonder at having been called by God. He understood that the way he lived ought to be worthy of the King who had...

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Our Daily Bread

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Jesus often commanded His followers not to worry. Often in words that were difficult to swallow.  He told them not to be anxious about tomorrow’s needs or potential problems (Matt. 6:25). Rather, Jesus stressed a daily reliance on the Father, who provides for His children day by day. ...

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Too much Wisdom?

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One hindrance to hearing a word from God may be our own wisdom. Wisdom, like success, can delude us to think we should take the role of teacher rather than student. A lifetime learner will never lose the posture of a disciple.  Our knowledge lulls us into thinking we have sufficient wisdom...

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Miracles or Miracle Worker?

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Some people feel that they demonstrate great faith by continually asking God for miracles. They assume that in every situation God wants to do the spectacular. They subtly presume, for example, that God’s plan is to heal anyone who is sick or provide a miraculous escape from every...

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Spiritually Distracted

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Peter and the other disciples were continually disoriented to God. While Jesus was concerned about one thing, it seems that the disciples were always distracted by something else. In order to help his three closest disciples better focus on who He was, Jesus took them up to the Mount of...

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Living in the moment

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Living in the moment is a Godly characteristic (Phil 1:27-28).  Living in the moment requires us not to be tied down to the past nor coasting toward the future, but living in faith now.  The “now” requires a special type of faith because of the invisibility of the fruit of...

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