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Choosing Your Church Home: A Chat with Rachael Hornbuckle

Last month I sat down to catch up with my friend and local Chick-fil-a Catering Coordinator, Rachael Hornbuckle. In addition to orchestrating all outside sales, coordinating additional distribution points for concessions across the Georgia Institute of Technology campus for football, basketball, and Atlanta United Soccer, breaking 4 separate historic sales day records for her Operator, and innovating the drive-through systems for two busy Atlanta Chick-fil-A locations Rachael is also a full-time wife, mother, and student. 709 more words

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On Choosing a Church Home

I believe a solid home church is foundational to spiritual growth in the Christian life. In regularly communing with God, we gain the wisdom and experience of those further ahead, are better able to regain the proper focus in our lives, and offer intercessions for those closest to our souls. 1,280 more words



Can you step out 👞 before you see 👀 it? pic.twitter.com/BSLTvZBEWM

— Judah Smith (@judahsmith) November 1, 2017

Christianity has always been a faith-walk, where you trust God completely, even when what He’s asked you to do does not make any sense.

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Searching for a church is not a daunting task...

Are you looking for a church home?

Moving to Charlotte a year ago from St. Louis, my wife Tammie and I had a list of things we needed to do:  finding a church was at the top.  254 more words

Stepping Out of Fear...into God's Perfect Will

“Everything you ever wanted is one step outside your comfort zone” – Unknown

Looking for a Home

At the age of 24, I became serious about Christ, found a church, got baptized and filled with the Holy Ghost.  831 more words



We are looking for a new church home.  It’s really hard to make this change because of the memories we have at our former church home.   372 more words


Far Worse Than I First Thought

There are periods in life which seem innocent at first.  Initial symptoms are brushed aside as merely a byproduct of age.  Yet, if you continue to ignore the obvious, sooner or later conditions will become far worse than you ever imagined. 199 more words