We’ll continue to update this page with the most up-to-date and helpful links for church leaders during the Coronavirus crisis. New items for the week of 04/06/2020 are in red at the top. NEW: Church Resources For Navigating COVID-19: From Vanderbloemen. NEW: Continuously Updated CARES Act info: From the Connexus Group. NEW: CARES Act Resources…

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Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp issued a new shelter-in-place order that begins the evening of April 3, 2020. The Georgia Baptist Mission Board had a Zoom call this morning with Kemp and Brad Hughes, Chairman of the Public Affairs Committee for Georgia Baptists and Director of Field Operations for Governor Kemp, to explain what the new…

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Thank you to Noelle Porter of Mount Harmony for this information on managing stress and anxiety during stressful times. These are notes and resources from our most recent KidMin (Children’s Ministers) conference call on March 23, 2020. It’s important to manage your own stress but also the stress of your children and the children in…

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During this coronavirus pandemic, when we are all thrust into a situation and scenarios we have personally never seen before, it can be easy to get carried along by the PANIC of the PANdemIC and to become afraid, anxious, discouraged, and depressed. If you are a Christian, this is the time when you need to…

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We live in fearful times for sure. But as we navigate the coronavirus panic, in some quarters there seems to be a false bravado, the idea that there is nothing to be afraid of. And some say it’s just an overblown political football. But here’s the good news of the gospel to shed some light…

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ESL Training Workshop  The ESL Training Workshop has been postponed.  The new dates are Friday, April 17 (6:00-10:00 p.m.) and Saturday, April 18 (8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.).  To register, email Miriam Arce at Miriam.arce@fbcw.net.  If you have any questions, please call and leave a message at (678) 494-2714.

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• “Our pastor resigned, what do we do?” • “How do we start new groups at our church?” • “We need to revise our Constitution and By-Laws. Can you help us?” • “We’re stuck. Can you help us reach our community?” Some of the questions above are ones we receive at the Noonday office each…

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Did you know?In Cobb County, there are over 35,000 Asians, 190,000 Black/African American, 93,000 Hispanic/Latino, and 416,000 Caucasians.  Because of the diversity found in Cobb County, Noonday is planning to plant Hispanic, African American, Multi-Ethnic churches.  Noonday is planning on planting several ethnic churches in the association. These church plants will need churches like yours…

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