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The "call" has a price.  A hefty one.  Those that are called to carry, preach and teach the Gospel are fully aware of the weight that being called carries.  Many of them, through formal training and education, are given tools to help navigate through the professional,...

July 31, 2018

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{Excerpt from Marsy's Law website}

Marsy’s Law was named after Dr. Nicholas’ sister, Marsalee (Marsy) Nicholas, a beautiful, vibrant University of California Santa Barbara student, who was stalked and killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1983. O...

Recently, we hosted our 4th Annual "What's A Girl To Do" Summit for Teen and Young Adult Ladies.  To say the very least, it was truly a huge success.  Young ladies from all over Metro Atlanta joined in on this real life/real issues event. Our guest speakers shared thei...

September 29, 2016

Recently, PAYNE & Glory, Inc. hosted our annual "Pain in the Pews: Mental Health and Ministry" event.  This was a life-changing, eye-opening event where we came together and discussed the reality of mental and emotional issues, the stigma associated with them, and some...

September 19, 2016

Here is an awesome snippet from our 2nd annual Pain in the Pews Conference which featured Pastor LaTonya Powers.  This Conference dealt with people who hold leadership positions - whether in ministry, on your jobs or even in your home - but are broken and still trying...

September 13, 2016

As we prepare for this years annual "Pain in the Pews: Mental Health and Ministry" event, I thought that it was fitting to post this article about the very thing that people have been discussing lately.  There is a constant whispered conversation regarding mental healt...

September 9, 2016

Oftentimes, people who suffer from mental illnesses try to mask, suppress or even self-medicate themselves by disconnecting from meaningful relationships, and submerging themselves in their careers and "busyness" so that the stigma of the illness will not jade how othe...

This video series nails it on the head as to some of the topics that will be discussed during the upcoming "Pain in the Pews: Mental Health and Ministry" event.  Bishop Jakes and his leader of the counseling ministry speak directly to the issues or ministry/professiona...

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