- Daily Devotions (Mon-Sat) with Pastor Mike: 7:50 am via Facebook.
- Sunday AM Worship: 9:30 and 11:00 in person & via Facebook. Childcare provided for both services.
- Sunday School Adult Class: 11:00 in person & via Zoom.
- Sunday School Children (grades 1-5): 11:00 in person.
- Wednesday Bible Study: 6:00pm in person.
- Thursday Good Life small group: 7:00 pm – in person.
- Friday Ladies Bible Study: 10:00 am – in person.
- Saturday Brazilian Service: 8pm – in person.
Author Archives: Pastor Mike Shearon
“I am not perfect, but I am still able to do good!” This is my son’s new motto. It is simple, yet wonderful in theology. Now realize Joel is chanting this benediction in a serious hot-yoga mediation/workout class. I call … Continue reading
After the civil unrest in Nicaragua last April, the U.S. Embassy in late November gave travelers a green light to return. The first team back into Nicaragua was a coalition of five North Georgia Conference United Methodist Churches who … Continue reading
Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. This childhood chant is reported to have appeared in The Christian Recorder of March 1862, a publication of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, where it is presented as an “old … Continue reading
Many of my friends and colleagues ask me “What is the news from Nicaragua?” I tell them that I goggle “Latest News from Nicaragua” for my daily updates. There is a severe crisis between the existing government of Daniel Ortega … Continue reading
Missing a Buddy Named Steve I attended a wonderful celebration of remembrance for my good friend Steve Stanridge at Lithia Springs UMC. Most of the stories shared there I had already heard from Steve himself over the last 30 … Continue reading
DAY THREE OF MISSION TRIP We picked up six teenage boys from the HCN (El Ayudante Children’s Center) and they acted more natural than the day before (quiet and “cool”) around the girls. One fell asleep leaning on Gary as … Continue reading
Day 2 of Mission Trip: Sunday We climbed into the back of the “Rambo Truck” to sit on narrow bench seats for a one-hour-bouncy ride to Las Parcelas. A bicyclist escaped tragedy by the skin of his teeth, saved only … Continue reading
DAY ONE OF THE MISSION TRIP-SATURDAY After a one-and-half hour delay in departing from Atlanta, we arrived in Managua with all of its city lights around 11pm on Friday. We rode in an old school bus to Leon in total … Continue reading
Leftovers Many people think of the term “leftovers” as food that is uneaten or the extra that is saved for later. I wish to focus on a different type of leftovers…the parts of a sermon that do not make … Continue reading