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It’s important to have a statement about your photo policies here. For example, at the very least, you should generally choose not to identify a minor by listing their name in the photo information. In addition, it’s also important to let congregants know they can opt out of having their photo used. This space also would be a good location for a copyright notice. Each time you want to publish a batch of photos, do so in a post using the “Gallery” category.
Since 1987 October has been designated as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The entire month shines a spotlight on a serious and sensitive illness facing our Nation.
We seek out professional help in several areas. If we need to fix a vehicle, we seek assistance of an automobile mechanic. If we want to build a home, we consult architects, contractors, and bankers. If we get sick, we look to medical professionals — except when it comes to our mental health. We either avoid the warning signs —thinking we are too strong and can handle the pressures of life without help or we erect other barriers.
As we focus this month on abuse and mental illness, it is well known that these two can coincide. There are also many cases of individuals who have mental illness and live healthy lives with supportive relationships. Mental illness NEVER justifies abuse.
Fellowship Bible Baptist Church’s Youth Spotlight for October 2022 is Kayla James
We all like to eat good food, no matter who you are. It is something that our bodies naturally crave. Some people prefer to eat out at restaurants, where others simply prefer eating at home.
But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and be ready always to give an answer to every man who asketh you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear. I Peter 3:15 NIV The apostle Peter, now the Pastor of the first church, penned those words around...