The worship band Fee drew a crowd to the Augusta Common last night. Steve Swanson, general manager of the radio station WAFJ-FM (88.3), estimates up to 1,500 people attended. The concert was one of several faith-focused events in the Westobou Festival lineup, and it celebrated the station's 15th birthday. Read more on the band here.
It's a big weekend for Augusta area church planters.
Two new churches open this weekend, both in Grovetown.
Stevens Creek Church plants a second campus at Grovetown High School with services at 10:30a.m. The local pastor is Steve Sturgell, with Marty Baker serving as lead pastor over both the Grovetown and Augusta locations.
Art, they say, is in the eye of the beholder. So, it seems, is God.
When we asked kids at Vacation Bible Schools this week to draw us pictures of the Almighty, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. Could we really get any meaningful depictions of God that would translate into newsprint?
It turns out, yes, we could, with a bit of help.
With the economy the way it is, it’s not just individuals that cut back on donations to charities. Businesses are often able to give less, too.
Fortunately for two ministries in town, that’s not so, at least this week, when it comes to the Evans La-Z-Boy store.