Hear Chance tell his story and how his small group impacted his life in a truly meaningful way in the wake of extreme loss.
Exam week is upon us. Have you done a little too much procrastinating? Are you avoiding the inevitable right now? We know the struggle is real and are here to help you fight on!
Joining a small group could be one of the best decisions you make as a college student. Don't believe me? Listen to Jocelyn tell her story about how saying "yes" to this intentional community changed her life.
Modern-day slavery may not feel all that real or urgent to us simply because it’s taking place somewhere on the outskirts of our daily worlds, though this issue is closer to home than you might think.
We often get asked about our setlists by people who want to listen to the songs we sing on Mondays throughout the week. So we've put together something just for you. From our walk-in music, to new songs we think you should hear, to the ones we sing with you guys– we have a playlist for them all.
Get to know Brett Stanfill. He is one of our worship leaders and is also a current student at Georgia State University. We asked him a few questions about his experience there and about school in general.
As we approach the upcoming school year, I wanted to share with you rising freshmen some wisdom I lacked when I stood in your shoes.
We have loved the last four weeks together and are sad to see our summer gatherings come to a close. But there is still plenty of summer left.
One of the things we are most excited about is the set list we have planned and three songs we'll be singing for the first time at The Living Room.
The Living Room is moving to North Point Community Church for four weeks this June. That's right—say goodbye to the high-rises of Buckhead, and say hello to the green lawns and peaceful serenity of suburbia.
Every year in college, I was faced with new opportunities and along with that, decisions had to be made. Each time I had to make a decision that I felt I was being led to make, I always had a creeping bit of doubt in my head.
It was something like this: What if God doesn't come through?
I always played out the possibility that God wouldn't come through. But each time I took a leap of faith and trusted God with the outcome... he never failed me.
We hope that your exams are wrapping up nicely! We hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy your Friday Fun!
A few mornings ago, I was reading my morning devotional and came across the topic of divine detours. Here is what my devotional read:
God’s will for your life contains detours that build your trust in Him and build maturity in you. Your detour may seem dumb and a waste of time, but in reality, it is part of God’s great adventure. Detours are very and pregnant with life lessons that cannot be learned on a well-beaten and familiar path. Your ability to endure this sidebar experience is a test of humility. Your willingness to walk with God on what seems a tangential assignment has fruitful outcomes.
Have you been looking for a devotional? Here are a few we think you might like! Our Daily Bread is a devotional calendar stylebook. The devotional consists of a relevant article for each day of the year. A different author writes it each day and the reading is supplemented by a Scripture verse.
Many of us don’t like to follow directions. But there’s a price to pay for rushing into a situation without knowing what we’re doing. We get things wrong.
Have you been looking for an opportunity to ask your classmate, roommate, friend, or family member to church? What better time than Easter? We invite you and your friends and family to spend Easter with us!
Alright Lion King fans! You'll enjoy this weeks Friday fun episode. We'll see you on Monday! Have a great weekend!
Most of us have them. Some of us don’t. But whether we dream big daily or hardly at all, dreaming is something we have been designed and called to do.
Did you miss The Living Room this past Monday? Or, if you did attend, were you wondering about the video we used during the sermon? If so, here it is!
Have you ever wondered why God left the comfort of heaven to dwell among us? Join us as we kick off a brand-new series, Why in the World, at Buckhead Church.
he Student Leadership team is made up of 8-10 students from campuses around Atlanta. These students, along with the college ministry staff, help to cast vision, strategize, and execute the plans for The Living Room every Monday night.
With spring weather right around the corner, you’ve probably been thinking about fun places to see or visit. Check out Georgia Magazine’s list of the 50 must-see places in Georgia. Hopefully you’ll discover a new place to explore.
“If you take your cue from everyone else, you will end up like everyone else.” – Andy Stanley That’s an interesting quote, don’t you think?
It makes complete sense, but it’s also complicated.
It makes sense because we know that if we follow the way society tells us to do things, we will get in trouble.
Thanks to everyone who joined us this past Monday for an evening with Andy Stanley and Tindell Baldwin. It was an incredible night! Enjoy this week’s heartwarming episode of Friday Fun before you head off to spring break—that is, if yours is this upcoming week.
Here's your dose of Friday Fun! I saw a few of these videos on Facebook and thought they were pretty cool! Enjoy!
Let’s face it. When it comes to time, we as college students probably think we don’t have much of it. In fact, we think time is one of the most valuable assets we have. Our time could be spent doing homework, working, or just kicking off our shoes and relaxing. To us, time is precious.
Here’s what’s coming to Atlanta—both soon and not-so-soon. Bad Dog Taqueria is opening a second location in Atlanta. Along with a dine-in seating area, it will feature a walk-up window that will serve late night tacos.