Faith and Values

Liberty MBC celebrating pastor anniversary
The congregation of Liberty Missionary Baptist Church is holding a service to celebrate the 8th Year Pastor’s Anniversary of Pastor Isaac Bradley, Sr. All are invited to attend Sunday, February 25, at 3 p.m. The theme for the service is “Preaching Jesus, the Church.” Theme Scripture is II Corinthians 4:5 – “For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servant for Jesus’ sake.” Guest speaker…
Apostle Wilson’s vision
Apostle Jimmie C. Wilson had a vision. He founded and pastored Holy Community Center on Wilkerson Street in Atmore. But that was not his only vision. He wanted to improve the church with a new fellowship hall and parking lot. His vision came to fruition. But he was not there to see it. Apostle Wilson passed away last year – but he had imparted his vision to his wife, Irma…
Wood to speak at Liberty Church
Doug Wood from Dothan will minister on Sunday, Feb. 4, at 10:15 a.m., at Liberty Church. Doug was formally the youth and worship minister at Brooks Memorial Baptist Church in Atmore and is currently serving at Bay Springs Baptist Church in Dothan. Doug will bring the morning message, and he and his wife, Miranda, will also minister in song. All are welcome to come and help celebrate Liberty Church’s 32ond…
Deacons delivering gifts
Each year, the Men’s Department at Mt. Gillead Missionary Baptist Church fills Christmas gift bags for the male residents at Atmore Nursing Center. This year, they delivered bags to 32 residents Wednesday, December 20. The bags contain caps and socks and toiletries. Shown making deliveries are, from left, David Quarker, Wayne Gray, Harold Williams, William Thomas and Alfred Ingram.
Coming together in Thanksgiving
Different denominations. Different races. Side by side in the pews. Sharing the pulpit. Someone said it was surely a slight glimpse of the Kingdom to come. The Community Thanksgiving Service was held Sunday evening, November 19, at First Baptist Church. The annual service brings together various congregations as several ministers participate. The Rev. Arnold Hendrix, First Baptist Church, opened with welcome and prayer, followed by special music, Soli Deo Gloria,…