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In the six months that Jeff Gatlin has served as pastor and youth minister of Freedom Baptist Church, he's watched the congregation flourish from under a dozen to over 50 members. The marquis outside his contemporary church reads, "What can this sign say that will get you here on Sunday?" It may be more of a rhetorical question, but he is amused nonetheless by some of the responses the sign has generated. "Festival this weekend!" and "Swimming pool in rear!" are two of the more creative ideas offered by Mason Elementary students.

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Good friends, good food, good times

Great food, music and friends combine to make "Greek Nite" the annual dinner-dance, sponsored by The Hellenic Society of St. Augustine, a night to remember.


Column: Remember to pray

Q: I feel so isolated. I'm the only one in my family who's a Christian, and every weekend they all go out drinking while I stay at home watching television by myself. They just laugh at me when I try to talk to them about Jesus. I can't wait to move out, but I'm still in school so I don't have much choice right now. How should I deal with this? -- B.T.


Remember mother this weekend

There are many opportunities to pay tribute to mother this weekend in recognition of Mother's Day 2008, which is Sunday.


Beacon of hope attains full accreditation

Beacon of Hope Christian School, 1230 Kings Estate Road, is now a fully accredited school for grades kindergarten through 12.


Let's go fishing!

Community Bible Church's annual kids' fishing tournament is May 17 at Lighthouse Pier.


Vocalist to visit McDowell Baptist

McDowell Baptist Church, 16 Bay View Drive, welcomes Kimberley Golembeski into the church to sing many of her gospel songs at 7 p.m. Sunday. Visitors are welcome.


Children presentations

Children are in the spotlight with special programs upcoming. And the end of this month,


Column: Healing outpouring rocks Lakeland, why not rock St. Augustine too?

What began as a week of meetings at Ignited Church in Lakeland has continued for the past 38 days. There has been an outpouring of God's healing and Heaven has come to earth and touched the city of Lakeland. As the healings and miracles began, the crowds began to grow. The meetings moved from the 700 seat Ignited Church to a larger church, then to the Lakeland Civic Center and then to Tiger Baseball Stadium. Hundreds have come to a personal relationship with Jesus and thousands have been healed and received miracles. The deaf are hearing, the blind are seeing and the cripples are walking.


Starting to understand the ethics of getting angry

Here is the five-step protocol for dealing constructively and ethically with anger:


Religion Notes

Summer vacation is coming, and that means Vacation Bible School. Churches are invited to submit their information for VBS to be published in The Religious Life Section by e-mail to anne.heymen@staugustine.com; via fax to Anne Heymen at 819-3558; or mail to POB 1630, St. Augustine, FL 32085.


Worship Directory

To serve our readers, The St. Augustine Record publishes a list of houses of worship and service times once a month.

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