CentriKid Camp


Last call for kids interested in attending Centrikid! Camp dates are July 19-21st. $50.00 Deposit is due from each camper.  We will use funds from the Chicken-Q to cover the balance of the camp fees. See Donna Tanner for more information



For more information on CentriKid Camps, visit their website HERE


Ga. Baptist Children’s Home Love Offering


Sunday, May 19, 2013.  We will take up a special love offering for our GA. Baptist Children’s Home.ga baptist childrens home1

Pine Wood Derby Races

Join us Wednesday, May 22nd for our second annual derby race. The race will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by food & fellowship in the Children’s Church room. A special thank you to Darrell Bond, Mandel Mullis, and Mike Johnson for getting the cars ready for the race. Also to Andrea Yawn & Susan Price for helping with the “mass chaos” these past few weeks.The little things you have done and the sacrifices you have made for our children may seem to go unnoticed on earth but it will be proclaimed in heaven one day. Thanks for all you do! We appreciate YOU!


252 Basics in November

Children’s News

Our Virtue for the month of November is Cooperation: working together to do more than you can do alone. God can do ANYTHING. There is literally nothing God can’t do. He knows everything and He sees everything and He is powerful enough to make anything happen. Even though God is completely self-sufficient, He doesn’t work alone. From the very beginning, God looked for a way to work with the people He had created to accomplish His plan. God worked with Noah to build the ark that saved both people and animals. God worked with Moses to bring the Israelites out of slavery. And when Jesus stepped onto this planet, He worked with His friends and disciples to share the message of God’s love with the world. Just like God doesn’t work alone, God doesn’t want for us to work alone. God wants for us to work with others. Because COOPERATION is working together to do more than you can do alone. God wants us to seek help from others, and be ready to offer help to others. When we don’t cooperate with others, we will always be limited in what we can accomplish. But we aren’t made to only work with other people. We are also made to cooperate with God. And it’s when we learn how to work with God and others that, in His strength, we can do incredible things.

Our Bottom Line is: with God, we can work together to get His work done.

When we team up with other people and rely on God’s strength, we can do what He asks us to do. Our monthly Memory Verse reminds us of this

principle: “Two people are better than one. They can help each other in everything they do.” Ecclesiastes 4