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Women of Spirit II Held at Bass Memorial Academy

Women of Spirit II is a program for women of all ages, 18-108, with a variety of programs to touch a woman’s heart socially, emotionally, and spiritually. The women meet the first Monday of October to December, February, April, and May from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in the...
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Pensacola Junior Academy has a successful school year

With a thriving robotics program led by Kristy Mobley, and a growing kindergarten program taught by Heather Hauffe, Pensacola Junior Academy (PJA) in Pensacola, FL. had a great year. Thanks to the state of Florida’s Initiative program Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK),...
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Father, Son Team up for Evangelism

Richard and Richie Halverson share more than the title of evangelist, they also share the title of father and son. From March 17 to April 8, the Halversons have held an evangelistic crusade in Mississippi in two locations. The son, Richie, preached at the College...
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Camp Alamisco Report

It was on October 25, 1968, when then president W. D. Wampler of the Alabama-Mississippi Conference located in Meridian, Mississippi, signed the contract leasing 51.5 acres of land on beautiful Lake Martin from the Alabama Power Company.

New in Ministry

New in Ministry (NiM) consists of pastors within the Gulf States Conference who are not yet ordained meeting together to study, get ideas and fellowship. The discussions can be about what blessings the churches they serve are realizing, what is working in their churches, or what problems are happening.

Hanging out with Hoover Christian

Hoover Christian school has already made headlines in 2017. Recently, Thomas Barton an 8th grader at Hoover, placed 4th in the state of Alabama for the Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest

Montgomery Adventist and the Next Generation

All the eyes in the room were transfixed on the screen as scenes of police brutality and vicious attack dogs held the students of Mr. Hunt’s History class attention