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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

Measured Worth

Posted by Andy Atkinson on

It is common for all of us to seek approval for our actions. As kids, we longed for the affirmation of our parents. As we grew older, we also valued the opinions of our friends, colleagues, and employers. At times, the esteem of others can claim such importance that it becomes our way to...

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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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