Buckets of Care For Louisiana

BucketI know you have heard of the devastating floods in Louisiana and want to help. We are partnering with the Georgia Baptist Mission Board and will be collecting Buckets of Care for Louisiana. I do not have all the information as things are happening so quickly but want you the have an idea of the things we are collecting. In addition to the items below please feel free to include a bible and/or gospel tract. The state drop off location will be in Warner Robins but if you would like to drop them off in Ailey at our DBA office we will be happy to deliver the buckets for you. If you bring them to DBA we MUST have them by Monday, August 29th. That being said, if you have a strong back and are willing to help us deliver them please let me know. All items MUST be put in 5 gallon buckets which are available at Lowes, Handy Andy, Home Depot, and maybe Walmart. Remember, all buckets must have a lid.

Buckets of Care for Louisiana

Safety Equipment

6 pair – latex gloves

2 pair – leather gloves

2 pair – safety goggles

4 – dust masks

Tools

1 – utility knife with extra blades

1 – chalk line with chalk

½ – gallon bleach

6 – Teri cloth rags

1 – flashlight and 6 batteries

1 – 6′ or 12’ measuring tape

1 – twist nozzle for a garden hose

First Aid

1 – bottle Anti-Bacterial hand wash

1 – bottle Hydrogen peroxide

1 – bottle Alcohol

1 – antibiotic cream

1 – box Band aides

Place all of the above into a 5-gallon bucket and close with lid.

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DBA Update 8/11/16

DBA UPDATE                                                            August 11th 2016

Right StartMission Right Start is a mission opportunity offered from our DBA Missions Team designed for our community to show children and their families the LOVE of JESUS! We will give away backpacks and school supplies to children who are in need. Our goal is to help kids get this school year started in the “RIGHT” direction. Please be in prayer as we minister at FBC Lyoins beginning at 11 a.m. this Saturday, August 13th and please join us as we minister together.

 

Boot printPlease be in prayer for our Getting Men Engaged in Discipleship Conference with Keith Boggs on August 20th, at Cedar Crossing Baptist Church. Cost is $10. Breakfast will be served at 7:30, and the session will begin at 8:00 a.m. RSVP must be received by August 15th, (912) 583-2713 or dbassoc@windstream.net.

 

Beth

Alamo Baptist and Sardis Baptist are hosting the Beth Moore Simulcast: Living Proof on September 17 from 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. at Alamo Baptist Church. Please see the attached for important registration information and schedule.

 

Get to PaBackpackcking!

Now is the perfect time to organize your church to pack Backpacks for Appalachia! School supplies will be in the stores. August is a perfect month to pack backpacks for the children of Appalachia who depend on our help.

An online resource for backpacks is www.bagsinbulk.com. You can get great 17” backpacks for $3.40 each when you order a case of 24.

Utilize the online registration portal (http://missiongeorgia.org/backpacks-for-appalachia-registration) so you can register your church’s participation in this exciting project. The statewide goal is 50,000 backpacks! Can’t wait to see what the churches in our association do this year! Plan big!

You may deliver backpacks November 7-8, from 8 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 5 PM to: First Baptist Church of Lyons 144 South Washington Street, Lyons, Georgia 30436,  912-526-8136

 

leaf 2On September 17th, 2016 East Gordon Baptist Church is having a program called MOMS. The program is geared to empower ladies that are Mothers and ladies that may be serving as a Mother whether it be by raising grandchildren or someone else’s children. The goal is to help ladies become stronger spiritually but there will also be a rep from MRMC talking about women’s health issues. Janice Graham will lead the spiritual awareness session and Valerie Pittman from Meadows will discuss health issues. The program will begin at 9 a.m. and last until about 11 a.m. For more information, call Kathy at 526-6779.

 

Week_of_Prayer_Web_copyPlease be in prayer for this week’s Churches of the Week:

Spring Hill Baptist Church (pastor Niles Dixon)
South Thompson Baptist (pastor BL Horne)
Tarrytown Baptist (currently without a pastor)
Trinity Baptist (pastor Chris Vinson)

 

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
The Christian life is not about finding safety and comfort; it’s about finding yourself in a dangerous place of vulnerable compassion. -Ed Stetzer

 

Blessed to serve,

Robby

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DBA Update 8/4/16

Right StartMission Right Start is a mission opportunity offered from our DBA Missions Team designed for our community to show children and their families the LOVE of JESUS! We will give away backpacks and school supplies to children who are in need. Our goal is to help kids get this school year started in the “RIGHT” direction. We will also have dental hygiene information and supplies, provide free hair-cuts for children, games, face painting, story-time, gospel tracts and much more.

Join us Saturday, August 13

 11:00 am until 2:00 pm

 Lyons First Baptist Church Parking Lot

For more information or to be involved contact Mitch Bellflower at 912-245-1396 or Robby Smith at 912-583-2913.

Mission: “Right Start” Items Needed

Paper (Wide and College Ruled)#2 Wood Pencils–Erasers–Composition Notebooks (spiral and sewn)1 inch 3 ring binders–2 inch 3 ring binders–Highlighters–Glue sticks–Crayons–Subject dividers–Prong and Pocket Folders–Scissors–Index cards–Blue, Black, Red Ink Pens–Pencil pouch

We will need 600 of each of the above items to fill 600 backpacks. Please bring all donations to our DBA office or FBC Lyons.

 

Pastors roundtableOur quarterly Pastors/Ministers Round Table discussion will take place on Thursday, August 11th, at 10:00 a.m. at the DBA office. Discussion with Randy Mullinax and Mike Everson will be on Reaching People in the Bible Belt. All pastors are invited to attend. Please put this date on your calendar, make plans to join us, and feel free to bring guests.

 

Cry out AmericaSeptember 11 is designated Cry Out America and this year it falls on a Sunday. Across America churches are encouraged to use this day to truly cry out to God in Solemn Assembly, a day of humbling ourselves, repenting and crying out to God for mercy.  Solemn Assemblies were called in biblical times when things were not going well in the nation.  Joel 2 verse 15 blows the trumpet in Zion; consecrate a fast; call a solemn assembly; gather the people. Consecrate the congregation.  This was done when the leaders sensed they were in trouble and might be under the discipline/judgement of God. In our life time we have never seen a time like this in America. Now is a time for leaders to call the people together in humility and crying out to God for mercy. September 11 gives us an occasion to do that.  For the last 2 years we have done this at the Southern Baptist Convention. For more information and guidelines for a Solemn Assembly you can go to awakeningamerica.us. Claude King has info on this as well as Fresh Encounter by Henry Blackaby. What would it be like if all of Georgia cried out to God together?

What we are seeing in America today is unprecedented. People are asking ‘what is going on and what do we do’. Now is a time to lead in a Godly, biblical way. This gives leaders an opportunity to give spiritual leadership in a desperate time.

 

Boot printPlease be in prayer for our Getting Men Engaged in Discipleship Conference with Keith Boggs on August 20th, at Cedar Crossing Baptist Church. Cost is $10. Breakfast will be served at 7:30, and the session will begin at 8:00 a.m. RSVP must be received by August 15th, (912) 583-2713 or dbassoc@windstream.net.

 

Get to Packing!

BackpackNow is the perfect time to organize your church to pack Backpacks for Appalachia! School supplies will be in the stores. August is a perfect month to pack backpacks for the children of Appalachia who depend on our help.

An online resource for backpacks is www.bagsinbulk.com. You can get great 17” backpacks for $3.40 each when you order a case of 24.

Utilize the online registration portal (http://missiongeorgia.org/backpacks-for-appalachia-registration) so you can register your church’s participation in this exciting project. The statewide goal is 50,000 backpacks! Can’t wait to see what the churches in our association do this year! Plan big!

You may take backpacks November 7-8, from 8 AM – 12 PM and 1 PM – 5 PM to: First Baptist Church of Lyons 144 South Washington Street Lyons, Georgia 30436 912-526-8136

 

Week_of_Prayer_Web_copyPlease be in prayer for this week’s Churches of the Week:

Higgston Baptist Church (pastor Allen Rea)
Sardis Baptist (pastor Wayne Bennett)
FBC Vidalia (currently without a pastor)
Tabernacle Baptist (pastor Bobby Thompson)
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
A church without the broken is a broken church. –Ed Stetzer

Blessed to serve,

Robby

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The Light – August 2016

Please click the link below to download the latest edition of the The Daniell Baptist Association Newsletter.

The Light August 2016

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DBA Update

DBA UPDATE                                    July 14th 2016

Dear DBA Family, let me first say thank you for your prayers as I recover from surgery last week. Your calls, emails, cards, and visits have been a true blessing and I am grateful to the Lord for allowing me to be part of this great Association of churches. I continue to recover at home but looking forward to returning to the office soon. I am recovering well but will be very happy when the doctor releases me where I am able to ride in a car and then return to our mission field.Thanks again and may God bless you and our churches immensely.

 

Right StartMission Right Start is a mission op ortunity offered from our DBA Missions Team designed for our community to show children and their families the LOVE of JESUS! We will give away backpacks and school supplies to children who are in need. Our goal is to help kids get this school year started in the “RIGHT” direction. We will also have dental hygiene information and supplies, provide free hair-cuts for children, games, face painting, story-time, gospel tracts and much more.
Join us Saturday, August 13
11:00 am until 2:00 pm
Lyons First Baptist Church Parking Lot
For more information or to be involved contact Mitch Bellflower at 912-245-1396 or Robby Smith at 912-583-2913.
**Ways you can help—PRAY, GIVE, SERVE!
Mission: “Right Start” Items Needed List
Notebook Paper—-Wide Ruled and College Ruled
#2 Wood Pencils
Erasers
Composition Notebooks (spiral and sewn)
1 inch 3 ring binders
2 inch 3 ring binders
Highlighters
Glue sticks
Crayons
Subject dividers
Prong and Pocket Folders
Scissors
Index cards
Blue, Black, Red Ink Pens
Pencil pouch
We will need 600 of each of the above items to fill 600 backpacks. If your church would like to sponsor one or more of these items, please give us a call at 912-583-2713 to let us know how you will be helping. This will be a great ministry that I hope each of our 50 churches will participate in.

 

DBA Childrens CampWell, DBA Children’s Camp 2016 in Adrian started off with great excitement this past Monday. We have 92 children being discipled this week by wonderful adults who love Jesus. Please keep this camp in your prayers for the remainder of this week as the Gospel is shared with love and boldness. Also, please remember our SURGE Student camp will begin next week at Brewton-Parker College.

 

The Vidalia Convention & Visitors Bureau will also be hosting a Back to School Bash on August 13th. For more information on this special event please see the attached.

 

FH Logo2Plans for the Freedom House are going great; we truly appreciate all of your prayers, support and generosity! To stay updated on the needs and to discover additional ways you can partner with our Association in reaching our community, state, and world for Jesus please go to http://bit.ly/1pdc2Sr by pasting it in your web browser.

 

PWeek_of_Prayer_Web_copylease be in prayer for this week’s Churches of the Week:
Alston Baptist Church (pastor Doyle Waller)
Bethel Baptist (currently without a pastor)
Beulah Baptist (currently without a pastor)
Friendship Baptist (pastor Paul Thompson)

 

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
When a church ceases to have a heart and ministry for its community, it is on the path toward death. -Thom Rainer (Autopsy of a Deceased Church)

Blessed to serve,
Robby

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