I will lift mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made the heaven and earth. Psalms 121
The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.
Join us for Worship Service
With public health and safety advisories in mind, Pastor Jennings welcomes you to in person Sunday Worship Service; however, we are still streaming services via Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/rickey.jennings.7
Contact a member of the Deacon Board or the Pastor to provide your best contact number if you are not currently receiving notifications about streaming services.
Remember you can mail your tithes to our P.O. Box or use available apps for online tithing (see links below)
From the Health Care Ministry
In the United States colorectal cancer is the 4th leading cause of cancer related deaths in both men and women. African Americans need to be particularly diligent because according to the American Cancer Society, this group has the highest incidence and mortality rates of all racial groups in the United States. The rate of older people being diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer has dropped in recent years primarily because more people are getting screened. Unfortunately, there has been an increased incidence of this cancer in people who are younger than 55.
Different cancers have different risk factors. Some factors, like smoking, can be changed. Others like age, family history or racial identity cannot be changed. Researchers have identified several risk factors that might increase a person's chance of developing colorectal cancer. The factors that can be changed are:
1) Weight (Being obese increases the risk in men and women – maintain a healthy weight or lose weight if necessary)
2) Diet (A diet high in red meats and processed meats like hot dogs is detrimental to your overall health. Increase your intake of vegetables, fruits and whole grains)
3) Alcohol (Colon cancer is linked to heavy or even moderate alcohol use)
4) Vitamin D deficiency (low blood levels of this vitamin may increase your risk)
5) Type 2 Diabetes (increases your risks so monitor and regulate blood sugar levels)
6) Sedentary lifestyle (Regular moderate to vigorous physical activity is essential)
Symptoms of colorectal cancer include but are not limited to the following:
1) A change in bowel habits
2) Rectal bleeding
3) Blood in stools (Stool may be dark or black)
4) Cramping or abdominal pain
5) Weakness or fatigue
6) Unexplained weight loss
In most cases, from the time the first abnormal cells start to grow into polyps, it takes 10-15 years for them to develop into cancer. Most polyps can be found and removed before they turn into cancer. Finding cancer early before it spreads allows for more treatment options. The recommendation is to start screening at age 45. If you are at high risk for developing this cancer talk to your doctor. Your health care professional can discuss screening options best suited for you.
The New Living translation of Psalm 139:14 says
“Thank you for making me wonderfully complex- Your workmanship is marvelous “
HEALTH CARE COMMITTEE
Prayer Power - Are you in need of prayer?
The Prayer Power group is still praying every Wednesday morning at 10:30. The group is continuing to meet and pray via teleconference calls. If you have a prayer request or if you would like to pray with the group, please contact Mother Inell Robinson or Sister Iris Dingle. via the "Inquires/Prayer Request" button at the bottom of the web page.
Lift them up in prayer
Mother Karan Hammons
Those with Covid-19 and/or exposed to Covid -19
Front Line Workers
Weekly Service Schedule
Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. in person and online (Facebook)
Prayer Power Wednesday 10:30 a.m. - meeting virtually
Bible Study Wednesday 7:00 pm - online (Facebook)
Get regular medical checkups, listen to your doctor and make necessary lifestyle choices to protect your heart.
If you would like someone to pray with you or pray for you, join us for Prayer Power each Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Pinetree Park Baptist Church.
Congratulations!! Rev. Brown (left) - "Man of the Year 2018"
What are you taking about? - March 20, 2020
February 23, 2020
It's Time to March - February 16, 2020
The Underground Railroad - February 2, 2020
I'm going to the Promise Land - Aug 2019
Lord, You sure this is a blessing? - April 28, 2019 https://drive.google.com/file/d/11oiQyNZTg5CCfBTr2MHWj3pOMHMhuLH5/view?usp=drivesdk
Reasons Not to Miss Church - April 21, 2019
Why Come to Church - April 14, 2019 https://drive.google.com/file/d/11_N4VEQAryWHcvkTlOnhP5PdYlhG2Ill/view?usp=drivesdk
Something Happens - February 10, 2019
Jesus Has Power Over Disease - January 27, 2019:
Jesus...To Tell It Or Not To Tell it - January 20, 2019:
I Understand Why You Don't Come to Church - January 6, 2019:
2855 Bethsaida Road
The City of South Fulton, GA 30296
Weekly Service Schedule
Prayer Power: Wednesday 10:30 a.m..
Bible Study: Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday School: Sunday at 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Service: 11:00 a.m.
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