Winning the War in 2024

Winning the War in 2024 Mckinley Pate Here we are in the new calendar year, which means we are in a new yearly theme here at the Rabun County church of Christ.  This year during the worship hour on Sunday mornings we will be looking at the theme of “Winning the War in 2024.”  Sometimes...

Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat Fall is upon us.  Soon little kids will be dressing up in their favorite costumes and knocking on doors to get candy!  I remember this time of the year like it was yesterday.  When I was young, we had a song we often sang that went like this: “Trick Or Treat, Smell...Continue reading

Why attend services?

Why attend services? Mckinley Pate Many people in the world today, do not think it is important to attend services regularly or even at all.  Many people have this idea that “church” is a building, a place we go; not ever realizing that “church” is who we are and not where we go.  Therefore as...Continue reading

Times are a changing!

Times are a changing! Mckinley Pate Years ago, I remember an elderly man make the statement “time are a changing.”  At the time I was just a young boy and didn’t understand what he meant.  Now that I am older, I understand what he was saying.  I don’t consider myself to be old yet, I’m...Continue reading

Worship – Is it for me or for God?

Recently I was told about a person who visited a certain congregation.  She only visited one time and never returned.  About a month later, one of the church members saw the visitor and invited her to come back to services again.  The visitor’s response was “the worship service was just not what I was looking...Continue reading

A lot to be thankful for

Here we are in the midst of the holiday season.  It is a time that we reflect on things that we are thankful for.  And here in Rabun County, we have a lot to be thankful for.  Here are just some things that I think we ought to be thankful for here in Rabun County....Continue reading

What COVID taught me to Appreciate

What COVID Taught Me To Appreciate Mckinley Pate In October 2020, I was diagnosed with COVID-19.  At first I thought it was just a simple sinus infection, but it turned out to be so much more.  I say the following not to scare anyone, only to state a fact; I do not remember being that...Continue reading

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