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Hope for the Holidays
FCC Toccoa is partnering with three local elementary schools to provide Christmas gifts for families in need. We want to offer hope to families during a season that can often feel overwhelming. Last year we supported 37 children, and this year we hope to support 50!
Christmas for Kids
Our Seneca and Habersham campuses are helping to provide Christmas gifts for needy children in our church and in our communities. You can help share the love of Jesus Christ in this practical way by giving to our Project Reach Christmas Offering.
Acts of Kindness
Let's spread the love of Jesus and make Christmas about giving and reaching. Check out some ideas for random acts of kindness to start giving like Jesus this holiday season.
DEVOTIONS: GET IN THE SPIRIT
Better Than Nintendo by Brian Rhodes
I vividly remember Christmas mornings as a child. GI Joe, Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were staples under the tree. However, the Christmas I remember the most was the year my brother and I received our Nintendo Entertainment System.
The Gift of Giving by Kevin Robison
I will never forget what Christmas morning felt like as a kid! I would wake up to the smell of fresh bacon. Butterflies would immediately overwhelm my body and I would jump up and sprint down the stairs to see if Santa had remembered to drop off my gifts!
Overcrowded Christmas by Shane Smith
Like Bethlehem, our Christmas season is crammed full. Thanksgiving kicks off a national month of shopping, traveling, and parties that some call “holiday hurricane season.” Ok, no one calls it that. But when I get near a major mall or airport in December...
Come and See by Stan Crump
I like to search for great places to eat. I also like to listen to recommendations from friends. The conversations from their experiences help determine if a place would be suitable to my taste. Large portions and low prices usually suggest lots of “okay” food...
The Three T's of Christmas by Brian Rhodes
During my quiet time one Sunday morning, I read the following: "Lord, you know the hopes of the helpless. Surely you will hear their cries and comfort them" (Psalm 10:17, NLT). Upon first glance, I didn’t think much of the verse. As I was headed to church...