By Jonathan Howes, Lead Pastor, Graystone Church

As a small boy growing up in South Mississippi, I spent the majority of my summer vacations shirtless and shoeless.  We only had three channels of the TV and video games had yet to be invented (I’m old.), so I was pretty much outside from dawn to dusk.

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At one time, Rome was the largest city in the world and the center of the most powerful economic, cultural, and political empire in history.

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Letters I never intend to mail
By Will Zant

On some weeks as I prepare my sermons, I often write letters I never intend to mail.  I do so to help remember a sermon is directed to people. It helps me process my life too. Recently, I did this exercise.

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Photo by Loralee Beard, Magic Moment Photography

Gwinnett’s hot bed of talent
By Loralee Beard, Magic Moment Photography

I was looking from computer to computer today for a special picture today of my sisters, Linda, Janet and me taken in 2013.  The warning, I have smugly given to numerous clients over my 20 year photo career came back to haunt me: Back up digitally, back up in print.

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For Your Thoughts
July 2016

By Jannetta Johnson

Read Proverbs 1:8

J. Sterling Morton was Presisdent Cleveland’s Sec of Agriculture. While in office his wife died and a month later he took his three children to see the new tomb that had been erected.

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