In efforts to help end massive tax fraud in Clarkston, GA, RTN will be hosting a one day free tax prep clinic on Feb. 3rd. To schedule an appointment visit our office at 751 N. Indian Creek Dr. Apt 273 Clarkston, GA 30021 or call/text 404-692-3786.
On-line registration will open up next week. Click Here for more details.
Augustine Buziraboba of Congo and Pamphile Amoloma of Central African Republic, finished out the year at RTN preaching a message of hope for 2018. Following two break-ins in 2017 (one on Christmas Day) a message of hope and blessing was quite fitting. Buziraboba received his Bible degree in Congo and will preach more in 2018 when he’s not translating. Though his first language is Swahili, he gave his message in English which was then translated into French. He and translator Amoloma have been outstanding assests towards the growth of RTN.
Amoloma arrived to the US in the spring of 2017 and is now hosting a weekly Bible Study in his home. He is a faithful and regular attendee of RTN and serves in the minstry of translation.
As RTN moves into the Clarkston Community Center in 2018 as a regular place to gather the hope is that through the service of men like Buziraboba and Amoloma the gospel of love and hope will be heard more clearly and effectively to those in need.
After praying for several seasons at RTN, God has blessed us this month with two free apartments in Clarkston! However, I’m amazed at what God has taught us through it.
There were once two brothers. They were twins. God had promised to bless the second born although traditionally the firstborn would have received the birthright. The younger one, a deceiver, did what he did best and tricked the blind father into blessing him. This caused a huge rift in the brothers relationship. It happened because the younger one went about his own way to get what God was going to give him anyway.
You know, sometimes we go about our own way to get what God wanted to give us. (more…)
In light of what has so tragically happened in our nation over the days past, I cannot help but reflect upon what has dominated the heart of man since the beginning of time: Racism. As marchers protested the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue, some were heard shouting anti-Semitic statements and were found marching out with the state of mind that one race is superior to another. (more…)
Marking our one year anniversary of RTN’s restart in March of 2016,one of our top priorities has been the development of ethnic leadership. It’s never been God’s will to make for quick fixes in the church, but it has always been His call to empower others. Pastor Bill believes it is RTN’s heart to empower our people for ministry by including and inviting them into ministry opportunities. (more…)