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Where Does the Money Go?

Did you know that all proceeds from the Children’s Consignment Sale go to philanthropies near and far? Here is a list of all the organizations that received funds from our last sale and how they serve women and children. Our next sale will be March 13-14; come be part of our impactful event. What a…

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Nine Free Activities around East Cobb and Atlanta this Holiday Season!

Holiday Tree Lighting and Santa’s Arrival Friday | November 29 | 3-7pm Hosted by The Avenue East Cobb 4475 Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30062 Santa, carriage rides, and their first-ever Tree Lighting! Santa visits will be in Suite 400, located between Sephora and Simply Mac. Kid-friendly entertainment will include face painting and live characters such…

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Creating Community

Beginning in December, Mt. Bethel is upgrading its coffee service by offering Kings Coffee across our East Cobb Campus. Kings Coffee is known for its high-end, rich coffees and its commitment to giving back to local missions. At Mt. Bethel, we are a community of action and will be giving back to missions through coffee…

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Leading by Serving

I went through all the programs. I remember “Pod,” the Sunday morning kids programming. It actually used to be up here in the Upper Room. I got to the point where I knew that I was going to be here all the time. My mom was always here to lead kids choir or VBS or…

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A Parents’ Impact

I’ve been a member at Mt. Bethel for 37 years – since I was five. My parents are here, and my girls are growing up here. After college, God called me into youth ministry, and honestly, that was the last thing I thought that I would ever do. I just didn’t think I had the…

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Holiness of Heart and Life

As a United Methodist Christian, one of the main objectives in life is to become holy in heart and life. This is the main objective of Christian discipleship. In Leviticus 11:44, God is speaking through Moses to Israel; and God said: “I am the Lord your God; consecrate yourselves and be holy, because I am holy.”…

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Hope Has No Finish Line

At the age of 11, Grace Bunke – a competitive runner and soccer player – was diagnosed with metastatic osteosarcoma. In an effort to rid her body of cancer, she underwent a leg amputation, multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and other treatments. Following her leg amputation and initial cancer treatment, Grace began swimming. Although she only…

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Eight Tips on Facing Fears from a Nine Year Old

We all have those moments when you climb into bed, turn out the light and then, the mind starts to take over. What if… I forgot to do this…Can I really do… Fear, or False Expectations Appearing Real, can be anything for anyone. For my daughter, Ash, it was fear of the dark, of weird…

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