Living Waters Program Starts In August: Now Accepting Applications
The next Living Waters Program is scheduled for Tuesday evenings from 7PM to 10PM August 6 to Nov. 19, 2013. The Living Waters Banquet is November 26. This 13-week program will be held at Southside Christian Fellowship in McDonough, Georgia. If you are interested in participating, please download and complete the application below. Two formats are provided - Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Word.
Living Waters, a ministry of Desert Stream, is an in-depth, Christ-centered program for people seeking healing in areas of sexual and relational brokenness. A healing, teaching and discipleship series, Living Watersaddresses the reality that we are all broken in our ability to love others well. The goal of Living Waters is to lay a foundation for sexual and relational wholeness in our lives. With groups all over the world, and with over twenty years of ministering God’s healing love, the Living Watersprogram is a proven path of healing.
Living Watersis particularly relevant to those struggling with homosexuality, sexual promiscuity, the effects of sexual abuse, codependency, self-hatred, or the inability to love others well. For more detailed information, please CLICK HERE.
“Celebrate Freedom” meets at 6:30 p.m. every Saturday upstairs in the Prayer/Youth Room. Contact Nadine Griffin at 770-875-9058.
Herman Mason II is turning 85! All adults of the church are invited to a party in the gym Saturday, April 20th. Lunch is at 12:00 followed by entertainment from 1:00 until 3:00 pm. Please RSVP by April 8th at 404-312-2718 or 770-461-6557. No gifts please.
The Men and Women will meet together for breakfast Saturday, April 13th at 9:00 a.m. in the church kitchen. Please RSVP Dale Adams. All men and women are invited! Childcare is provided.
“Laying Foundation Teachings for Converts” class facilitated by Jimmie and Hattie Booker meets at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday morning in the kitchen.
Wanda Christian is facilitator of a Women’s Bible Study, “Finding Contentment” Sunday evenings at 6pm in the Conference Room.
Everyone is invited to “Night of Worship” Saturday, April 13th at 6:00 p.m. in the sanctuary. Bring your friends and family!
The new children’s class registration program has begun. You must check your child in at the Welcome Center each week. You may register before 10:30 worship service or when children are dismissed from the sanctuary.
"Tabernacle of David School of the Spirit" meets every 1st Friday of the month at 7:00 p.m. upstairs in the Prayer/Youth Room. There will be worship and teaching time followed by break-out groups. Everyone is invited.
Theresa Johnson started a Bridge Builders group in her home. Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. except holidays. Please bring a covered dish. Childcare is not provided. The focus group focus is Prophecy, Moving into the Prophetic and the Arts. For more info, please call the church.
To set up Special Music or Dance, order CDs, or donate scrap metal, please email Earnie at
Your help is needed in the Children’s Ministry. Opportunities are available for teachers and assistants and you are not required to teach every week. Contact Amy Thorpe at 678-642-1550.
You may order sermon CDs at the Welcome Center. The cost is $2.00 each. (No cost for childcare workers).
7 THUNDERS MINISTRY
Kirk & Dee Bennett
- Build the body of Christ through the ministry of prayer and prophecy;
- Builds and trains teams of people to prophecy to individuals in ZHOP;
- Travels, taking teams of young people into the nations on short ministry trips to stir and encourage joyful and intimate worship, prayer and prophecy.
BETHEL MISSION OUTREACH (HAITI)
Gary and Linda Hyppolite
Gary and Linda serve as missionaries to Haiti while also being a part of the SCF family. Bethel Mission Outreach is an international ministry God is using to meet the needs of people in the United States and Haiti. Their passion is to lift Jesus up, to reach the lost everywhere for Christ, and meet the needs of the poor. God called them to the mission field in Haiti six years ago. What started with a handful of bibles has become a great ministry with thousands of French and Creole bibles and tracts being distributed. They minister to the sick and imprisoned, feed multitudes and show the Jesus film in Creole. They also support two schools and an orphanage. The 24-Hour Worship Center is currently being constructed and the Missionary Refuge Center will start construction soon.