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Habersham Christian Learning Center announces fall schedule

Habersham Christian Learning Center has announced its schedule for the upcoming school semester. According to Sarah Harrison, Executive Director, elective courses will continue to be...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Everyday birds

I've probably lamented about this already, but summer is not the easiest time to watch birds. If they're around, they are hiding in trees...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Bears, raccoons and armadillos

This year, we've hung three bird feeders that can be seen from both decks. It's great for bird watching. As rookie birders, what we didn't expect...

Mask Ministry Needs Volunteers to Meet Demand

The mask ministry of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Clarksville needs volunteers to meet the growing demand for masks locally. So far, the ministry has made...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Generation after generation

One of the textbooks for training ministers in seminary made the point that Christianity is never more than one generation away from extinction. If we...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder: Wonderful and unique

I’ve got a high type-A personality. I’m all about the tasks that need to be done and how I’m going to do it. Back...

Facemask sales are providing funds for local ministry needs

Bethlehem Baptist Church’s mask ministry sales continue to provide funding to local ministries. Besides providing financial support to The Lord’s Help Soup Kitchen in Cornelia,...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder

I saw this statement on Facebook this week: “Once you have matured, you realize silence is more important than proving a point.” No authorship...

What local churches are learning during COVID-19 restrictions

It’s no surprise that local churches have faced unprecedented challenges in the past three months as they’ve responded to the requirements of social distancing. Many...

Multi-racial group of pastors are focused on building unity

Clarkesville has witnessed two events to bring attention to the issues of systematic racism in the United States. The first on Friday, June 5th, was...

St. Thomas the Apostle Anglican Church in Alto welcomes new vicar

Picture a tidy little church, sharing its grounds with cemetery inhabitants of a great pandemic. It’s an apt description of the church in Alto, Georgia,...

Confessions of a Rookie Birder

I’ve never really noticed birds much. The reasons behind that is another story to come. But during the self-isolation of 2020, I’ve begun to...