Middays with Jerry Williams

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Changing Churches

Friday, March 22, 2024

View Full Post   When people leave a church it’s most often because they have moved away to another city. But sometimes there are other reasons. Jerry shares more.

Easter Visitors

Thursday, March 21, 2024

View Full Post   Easter is almost here, and with it people who usually don’t attend church will be visiting local churches. What is it that they hope to find? Jerry shares some details.

Disciples In the Moonlight

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

View Full Post   There’s a new faith-based movie coming this summer and Jerry shares the trailer.

Religion's Influence

Monday, March 18, 2024

View Full Post   A vast majority of people believe that the influence of religion on American life is shrinking, and they believe that to be a bad thing. Jerry shares more details.

Good News For Chosen Fans

Friday, March 15, 2024

View Full Post   Jerry shares details on plans to get The Chosen seen by a billion people, including translating each episode into 600 different languages.

Reaching Your Neighbors

Thursday, March 14, 2024

View Full Post   Jerry shares an article that deals with how to reach the people in your neighborhood who have no religious affiliation.

Coffee Craze: Presbyterian Village

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

View Full Post   Our latest Middays Coffee Craze was at Presbyterian Village of Athens.

Bad News For Chosen Fans

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

View Full Post   Jerry shares a video from Dallas Jenkins, creator of the series The Chosen, explaining why season 4 opened in theaters and is not yet available for streaming.

Satisfied Pastors

Tuesday, March 12, 2024

View Full Post   After years of decline, pastors are reporting increased levels of confidence and satisfaction with their calling as pastors. Jerry shares details.

Broken And Contrite

Monday, March 11, 2024

View Full Post   There is no hiding anything from God. Yet, we often try to fool ourselves into believing that we can do things out of His sight. We execute elaborate plans and schemes to hide our sin from others, even from ourselves But God is not fooled. David learned this lesson the hard way. This man, whom God referred to as a man after His own heart, was guilty of committing adultery and then murder to cover up the adultery. Jerry shares more during Middays Prayer Time.