Striving for the Faith

Garden City church of Christ



We are striving locally and autonomously to be in every way the church that God sent His Son to establish, the church you can read about in the Bible. We are striving to preserve the unity of the Spirit that God granted us in our salvation as we have been told in Ephesians 4:1-3.

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Location and Times

Location and Times

We meet as a congregation Sundays at 9:30 AM and Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.

Our building is located at:

4506 Augusta Rd., Garden City, GA

Bible Studies

Bible Studies

We would be glad to invest time in studying God’s word with you; helping you to know God’s word better, answering any questions you may have & above all, helping you to know Jesus Christ & His gospel.

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While Johnathan was off winning in battle in the name of the LORD, Johnathan's father, King Saul, made all the soldiers promise not to eat during battle. Johnathan never heard the order, so he had some honey. Saul finds out and wants to kill his son. Is this an example of good leadership?
In our culture, there are a multitude of different answers to the question, “What must I do to be saved?” This can make talking to others about salvation challenging, and so it is essential to learn to ask questions and talk through what the Bible teaches on this subject. Since the purpose of baptism in salvation in particular is widely misunderstood, we work through pivotal moments in the New Testament that equip us to talk with others about these things. In this lesson, we ask what John the baptist, Jesus, Peter and Paul all believed about the purpose of baptism.
Continuing our series in the book of Numbers. In these chapters, we once again see Israel rebelling against God in the wilderness. This time, a Levite named Korah forms a company against Moses to accuse him of going too far in his leadership over the nation. In this lesson, we work through the way God addresses this problem through immediate judgments and then personal instructions to urge unity between the priests, Levites and the people.
Thoughts from a very encouraging psalm of David. Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?"
Pastors (aka elders, bishops or overseers) have a special role in the church. What qualities do the Scriptures say they need to possess? Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?"
God has clearly defined roles in the church, and not all can serve in any or all of those ways. But we can all lead in some way, especially among our peers. Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?"
In the very early days of Israel's settling into their own territory, some of the tribes settle east of the Jordan River, separated from the rest of the tribes. (Think of Alaska and Hawaii as separated from the other 48 states.) These tribes decide to set up an altar of their own since they are so far from the main worship area. The other tribes are not happy. Who is right and how do they work it out? And what lessons can we learn? Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?"
Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?"
Lessons that we all can learn from a woman's interaction with Jesus. Part of a series on "What do God's People Look Like?" 


April 17, 2022
Looking at the effects of bitterness.
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