Posts by Angie Smith

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Pastor’s Friday Comments (02.16.18)

by Angie Smith

I have been wrong many times. So many times. I have drawn conclusions about people and then, once I got to know them, discovered that my assessment was way off base. I have held strong beliefs about doctrines, biblical interpretation, and matters of the church, only to realize as time passed, as I gained experience, […]

Men’s Group Is Reading C. S. Lewis’s “Mere Christianity”

by Angie Smith

        From 1941 through 1944, the venerable theologian and novelist C. S. Lewis delivered a series of BBC radio broadcasts that were collected into one of the most important apologetical works for the Christian faith. Over seventy years later, the questions Lewis addressed and the foundation he laid based on universal moral […]

Life Together: Being the Body of Christ

by Angie Smith

When God called the Church into existence to be the Body of Christ on earth, there is no indication that it was to be a group of disparate human beings, each following the teachings of Christ and seeking to do God’s will on one’s own. We were given each other to encourage one another, to […]

LIVING IN THE END TIMES: REVELATION FOR TODAY

by Angie Smith

The Book of Revelation is perhaps the most misunderstood book in the Bible. While describing in symbolic terms the great cosmic battle between God and evil, its original purpose was to encourage Christians to be faithful in difficult times. Thus it continues to have relevance to all who seek to follow Christ today — regardless […]

Learning the Songs

by Angie Smith

The Psalms included in the Hebrew Scriptures were the songbook of the Jewish people. They expressed individual joy and sorrow and were used in the praise of God as the people worshipped together. These beautiful poems still have resonance as they allow us to express our hopes and fears, our griefs and our celebrations. Over […]

Ladies Morning Bible Study

by Angie Smith

Begins Tuesday, March 6, at 11:30 a.m. at Athens Kouzzina Restaurant in Sugarloaf Mills.  Evelyn Grant will be leading the study and each lady is responsible for purchasing the book, “Ten Women of the Bible” by Max Lucado. Walkers will meet at 11:00 a.m. in front of the restaurant.      

Schedule for January 8, 2017

by Angie Smith

Because of the winter weather, Parkway will have their 11:00 a.m. worship service only on January 8. Immediately following worship, there will be a reception for Matt and Courtney Hester in the Fellowship Hall.  Matt has accepted the position of Minister to Youth and Students at First Baptist in Clemson, SC. The Beginning and Sunday […]

Women’s Bible Studies

by Angie Smith

Women’s Evening Bible Study Each Monday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the choir room through April 24.  Study on Contemplative/Meditative Prayer: “Creating a Life with God: The Call of Ancient Prayer Practices,” by Daniel Wolpert is the subject of a new book study sponsored by the Women’s Committee, Libby Allen will lead this study covering various […]

Day of Service

by Angie Smith

Saturday, October 8 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Come join our Parkway family as we work directly with community ministries and minister in Christ’s name. Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth We will be putting out pine straw around their facility. Developmental Disabilities Ministry We will be assisting  with painting, window washing and yard maintenance.   There […]

Sermon Series: Praying the Lord’s Prayer

by Angie Smith

August 14 God’s in His Heaven Matthew 6:1-9 August 21 Til Kingdom Come Matthew 6:10 August 28  Give Us Today Matthew 6:11 September 4 Forgive Us Our Debts Matthew 6:12 September 11 Do Not Put Us to the Test Matthew 6:13