Rescue, Redeem, Restore Is Topic Sunday At Metro Tab Church

Saturday, October 16, 2021

Metropolitan Tabernacle Church Senior Pastor Steve Ball will speak on "Rescue, Redeem, Restore" Sunday at 10:30 a.m.  

The Praise and Worship will be led by Pastors Adam and Olivia Aziz and Metro Praise and Band.

The middle and high school students meet every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. with Youth Pastor Travis Kiger and the Merge Youth Staff leading the way.

The Metro Kidz Church with Children's Pastors Brian and Britti Raff meet every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

The Coffee and Conversation area is open back up and you are invited to have a cup of Coffee and a Breakfast Bar at 10:15 a.m. this Sunday.

View live on Facebook, Instagram, You Tube or at www.metrotab.net each week.


Bob Tamasy: Sometimes Good Might Not Be As Good As It Feels

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Bob Tamasy: Sometimes Good Might Not Be As Good As It Feels

“If it feels good, do it!” How many times have you heard this? It’s often repeated in our culture, and we might have said it ourselves or heard it from friends. As one popular song years ago declared, “How can it be wrong when it feels so right?” The problem is, acting solely based upon how things feel can easily get us into trouble. Feelings can cloud our judgment or distort ... (click for more)

Part One: Tabernacles Fulfilled Is Topic At First Baptist Church Of Fort Oglethorpe

This Sunday, Pastor Jason Thomas will be teaching on how the Jewish Celebrations Point to Jesus and this Sunday is Part One: Tabernacles Fulfilled teaching from the book of Leviticus 23:33-44 at First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Our lives are filled with celebrations, but think of the difference if Jesus is at the center of those celebrations. Can we really ... (click for more)

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Roy, sometimes I think I envy your uncanny ability to compartmentalize, draw bright lines and to simply conclude that thing one is good and thing two is bad. No electric vehicle for you. In Roy’s universe: Batteries are bad. Gasoline is good. My 30+ years of practicing environmental law and addressing legacy environmental impacts have proved otherwise. As the Eagles ... (click for more)

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There is one remaining bright red rose still hanging as I take my monthly walk through the garden in search of orchids and onions to hand out in the Season of Giving. The winter rye grass is mighty fine looking and once again the water table is above average. Those who feed the birds should remember to make sure they have water in the bird bath. So here we go … AN ORCHID to Siskin ... (click for more)