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Plug-In To Community Service In The Name Of Jesus Christ Through Mission Groups At FBC, Cornelia

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Kate Trotter, Owen Chitwood and Henry Hughes were busy bagging cookies and candy in assembly-line fashion. They were having fun with a purpose in the fellowship hall at First Baptist Cornelia. The bags of goodies were later taken to community servants at the police station, fire department and 911 Call Center.

These members of Girls In Action and Boys In Action were part of First Baptist Cornelia's Operation InAsMuch, Community Compassion Day, October 8, 2011. The annual event began with breakfast in the church's fellowship hall and a short devotion by Pastor Eric Spivey, then teams from every age group and ability from the church fanned out to serve. opinasmuch breakfast
  Men's Ministry participants wielded hammers at Bailey House, a home being constructed  for a disabled child and his family, while the Youth Group led Backyard Bible Club at Meadowbrook Trailer Park. There were Women On Mission and other church volunteers cooking a hearty lunch at the Cornelia Soup Kitchen and leading recreation activities at The Oaks nursing facility. Back at the church fellowship hall, still more volunteers were baking cookies and bagging holiday items for distribution to women at Arrendale State Prison. Operation InAsMuch is just one way members of First Baptist Cornelia seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in this region and the world. Kingdom work is carried on daily, weekly and monthly in the lives of the ministry-minded Mission Groups here. Plug-in to one today!
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Men's Ministry
The Men's Ministry group meets for breakfast on the first Sunday of each month at 8 a.m.in the fellowship hall. Breakfast is followed by an inspirational speaker who talks with the group about important contemporary topics and issues. It's purpose is to promote the spiritual growth, development and leadership of men in their homes, in the church and the community.
Facilitator: David Foster

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Kim cooking Woman's Missionary Union

Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) is the family or umbrella term for the Mission Friends, Girls in Action, Royal Ambassadors, Women on Mission and Youth in the church. The center of the emblem represents the fish, the sign used by the early Christians encircled by the world. It slogan “Missions for Life” represents our purpose and goal to engage all ages in a missional lifestyle.
The WMU supports the Mission Committee and all other endeavors to lead the church in supporting missions through praying, giving, and involvement.
WMU seeks to raise awareness of Human Exploitation and join with others in helping solve this world wide blight, especially women and children. Some ways are book reviews, providing speakers, and working with local agencies dealing with these problems.
The permanent watchword is “Laborers together with God.”
The WMU Leadership team is:
Director: Helen Bryson
Associate Director: Charlotte Meister
Missions Involvement Coordinator: Marlene Kuntz
Prayer Coordinator: Janet Nix
Coordinators of all age level mission organizations.

 
Women On Mission

Women on Mission is for all women. The Mission Statement is: To inform and inspire the Christian woman to influence her world for Christ.” Women on Mission helps women match their Spiritual Gifts and special interest in becoming missional disciples. Women recognize their value in Christ and how they can fulfill Christ’s purpose for their life. Women on Mission functions primarily through groups those members together seek to accomplish God’s purpose in the world. The month magazine “Missions Mosaic” provides Bible study, Prayer emphasis, and a mosaic of ways they can serve in the home, church, community, and world.
Existing groups and Facilitators are:
Joe Benfield Group... Mathilda Scroggs
Lou Demie Mein Group...Glenda Moore
Ministry Group...Jean Armstrong
Round Table...Helen Bryson/ Glenda Moore
Ellene Wiggins Group...Claire Tanneberger

Kathy Crowe serves as Coordinator
 
Women's Enrichment Ministry
Women's Enrichment Ministry exists to meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of women through Jesus Christ. The WEM Vision is that all women be united in Christ's love and encouraged to live as Godly servants and leaders in their homes, communities and churches. WEM is an arm of Woman's Missionary Union. At FBC Cornelia, WEM hosts a Fall Bible Study and Spring Bible study  that draws participants from the church and the surrounding community. Studies are DVD and workbook-driven from well-known Christian authors like Beth Moore, Kay Arthur and Max Lucado. WEM also supports a Women's Book Club and other special events. WEM actively supports Breaking Chains Ministries and Circle of Hope. Visit our blog at:   http://www.fbcwem.blogspot.com/
 
misionfriends Mission Friends

In Mission Friends, preschool boys and girls become aware of God’s love for them and everyone. Some ways they learn are through Bible thoughts, sensory activities, mission stories, and cultural learning experiences. They learn ways they can have a part in helping others. Mission Friend’s parents and care givers receive information to help them better understand preschool growth and development. In this way, home and church become partners.

Mission Friends meet Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in the Preschool Division, Educational Building Room 219. Leaders: Andrea Irvin, director; Heather NeSmith and Alice Gunter, teachers

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Girls In Action

Girls in Action (GA) is the mission organization for girls grades 1-6.
GA through fun filled activities helps girls grow in their spiritual development as they learn the biblical basis of missions and discover their part in God’s plan.
The GA motto is “Go Forward” and the scripture verse is “Give thanks to the Lord, worship Him. Tell the nations what He has done. Announce how honored He is.” Isaiah 12:4 NIrV
These serve as the basics for the many learning and involvement experiences.

GA's meet in the Children’s Division, Educational Building on Wednesday 6:45-7:30 p.m. Younger GA's room 310, Older GA's room 308. Becky Hughes serves as Coordinator; Leaders are Younger GA's: Sabrina McMullan, and Kim Reed; Older GA's Becky Hughes, Angie Peek, and Jennifer Wiley .

 
Royal Ambassadors

Royal Ambassadors (RA) is a dynamic mission’s organization for boys grades 1-6.
RA provides an opportunity for boys to develop Christian character through mission involvement and to grow spiritually, physically, mentally, and in good relationships with others.\
In RA boys learn a biblical worldview, ways to demonstrate Christ’s love to others, how God is working in the world and their part in his plan.
RA Motto: “We are ambassadors for Christ” KJV.

RA meet is the Children’s Division, Educational Building Room 319, Wednesday 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. Chapter leaders are Danny Almond, Jason Hughes, Jack McMullan, and Jay Reed.
 
    Youth

Our youth group participates in MFUGE Missions Camp each summer, usually the 2nd week in June, in various locations all over the country. To read more about this camp go to www.fuge.com. We also participate in Operation Inasmuch here in Habersham and many other mission outreach and training opportunities. Mission’s education is part of all that we do in our youth ministry. As we teach students to be spiritual champions, we want them to know that God sends many of them to the greatest mission field on earth each day, our public schools.

 

 

     
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