Join us this weekend as we celebrate what is known to many as the the birth of the church, Pentecost Sunday. This Sunday, many will be dressed in all white as we celebrate Pentecost. If you have white, you are welcome to wear it. If you don't have it, there's no worries. No need to go and buy anything white. Wear what you have because you don't want to miss this service!
This weekend we want to take Jesus viral! So we encourage you to post on social media. The hashtag for the weekend is #LIFEPentecost2017 / #MultilingualPentecost. If you'd prefer to customize your social media profiles for Pentecost Weekend, simply download the files Zip Files below. In it you will find social media sized graphics. Let's have some fun.
Are you new to the Atlanta area? As we near Memorial Day festivities, we wanted to provide a quick list of fun things to do in your area. At LIFE Church, we value family, friends and fun. We want to encourage you to get out of the house and to go enjoy some time with the ones you love. Make some lasting memories. Of course, we would love to have you worship with us this Sunday at 10am at LIFE Church! There's something for the entire family at LIFE.
The event was held at Mary Mac's Tearoom in the historic Fourth Ward area of Atlanta, Georgia. Mary Mac's is an Atlanta staple for tourists and new comers. The venue opened in 1945. Today it is the last of sixteen tea rooms that once dotted intown Atlanta in the 1940s. Their 'home-like' feel made the luncheon all the more touching. Attendees were able to enjoy a didactic buffet of southern cuisine. They also received giveaways such as prizes, gift certificates to some of Atlanta's top hair salons, women's apparel and accessories and much more.
This weekend at LIFE Church, we witnessed the Baby Dedication of baby Jackson Ramon Smith. He is the son of Jonathan and Tia Smith. A Baby dedications at LIFE Church is a ceremony that celebrates the commitment of parents, relatives and the church family, assuring that a Christian child will be raised up according to God’s word and in God’s ways.
Because Christian parenting is such a sacred responsibility, the dedication ceremony is meant more for parents and family than for the child. In dedicating their child, parents acknowledge their God-given position as stewards of what really belongs to God and rightfully should be “dedicated” back to him. Their promise is to do everything possible to raise their child in a godly way until the child reaches the age where capable of making a decision on their own to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior.
This weekend's baby dedication ceremony was a reminder to the parents, family and church family of their awesome responsibility to this wonderful heritage from the Lord.
Photography courtesy of LIFE Media Group