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MOVE Conference–March 2-3
The MOVE Missions Conference takes place March 2-3 at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church (955 Johnson Ferry Rd., Marietta) with in-person and online registration options. MOVE Conference is designed for anyone who is passionate about sharing the gospel locally, nationally and internationally. Pastors, church staff, students and any leader who desires to learn, grow and develop in the area of missions will benefit from MOVE.
First Baptist Church Woodstock invites you to The Ultimate Cars & Faith Car Show Saturday, March 12 (also on April 9 and May 14), 12:00pm-4:00pm. All cars are welcome. This free family-friendly event will include DJ entertainment, lots of food trucks, a playground for the kids, and clean public restrooms.
The Georgia Baptist Mission Board will present their 2022 Evangelism Conference March 13-14 at First Baptist Church Cumming (also March 6-7 in Tifton). The theme is “Until All Hear.”
Helping One Guy, a nonprofit that honors a man and his family in a time of life-changing crisis, will be honoring David Burrell and family on Wednesday, April 13, at 6:30pm at NorthStar Church in Kennesaw. The event will include a free dinner and opportunity to donate. David’s daughter Rachel is fighting cancer; you can read their story here, where you can also register for the dinner and donate to the honoree.
West Ridge Church in Dallas presents Cultivate, a retreat for pastors’ wives and ladies in ministry April 21-22. The theme this year is “Cultivate Freedom” and guest speakers include Sandra Stanley and Chanda Bell.
Piedmont Church invites you to a night at the piano with Michael W. Smith Friday, April 29, at 7:00pm in the Worship Center. Tickets are now on sale.
FamilyLife presents a Weekend to Remember, a marriage retreat, on April 29-May 1 at the Crowne Plaza Perimeter at Rivinia in Atlanta. (Other dates/locations are also available.) Pastors and their wives can attend for free.