Rev. Charlotte Fairchild, speaker/writer

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Fear Thou Not 501(c)3 director
Murder on the Silver Comet Trail author
Fertile Prayers: Daily Fertile Prayers author

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

What church groups do and what they could do

Be prepared, this is long~
If you have comments, please make them! I cannot think of everything! The church I go to is next to The High Museum. First Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Here goes:
 My husband's church feeds 400 +/- families a month with the help from Atlanta Food Bank and money they raise through donations to feeding hungry people.

2. My husband's church gives free clothing to people.
3. My husband's church has music that helps people with worries and troubles relax and feel better.
4. My husband's church marries and buries people so the value and appreciation of people who mattered to family is observed and healing can be communal and not isolated.
5. My husband's church praises/glorifies God.
6. My husband's church loves people and cares for them in simple ways like driving people who cannot drive to where they need to go and including them.
7. My husband's church is a community.
My churches.
I visit churches.
One church group makes prayer shawls for people with any illness.
One other church group made 500++ hats for elementary school children before it got cold last year.
One church group goes in 2 vans on Fulton Industrial Boulevard and picks up prostitutes for transport to a safe house and drug rehab/job rehab/medical help.
One church group feeds 300+ homeless men and a few women every Sunday morning and on Tuesdays gives homeless people legal advice, lunch and meets needs.
One church group has an Epicenter with bowling lanes, workouts, rock climbing, bike training, yoga classes, and a 600 seat auditorium and a recording studio. It is next to 6 Flags.
Church groups pay for missionaries to go on hospital ships like the Hope to do dental care and to help with surgeries and testing.
Church groups develop singing in all styles from R&B to Gregorian Chant, the most ancient style we know.
Church groups have developed art in painting, textile (needlepoint, cross stitch, clothing, you name the textile) stained glass, architecture, music, poetry, symphony, opera, operetta, infinity and beyond.
Church groups fund and run safe houses for people in need, whether homeless, battered, or prostitutes or unwed mothers.
There is so much more that church groups do. The church itself is an institution that brings us together and helps us identify needs and find people like ourselves who can make a difference. The church is the unsung hero throughout the ages in good deeds mirroring the best of God. What could church groups do that they are not doing?
1. Encouraging women to be more active in church in every capacity.
2. Instead of focusing on boundaries of how to keep people the same, protecting children and loving people more.
3. Luke 10:1 is common in two major denominations and not nearly as much as the mainline church groups. The Buddy System wasn't invented by the Boy Scouts!
4. Helping older people with their homes. Morman women missionaries came to my house and helped me move furniture I could not move alone. I don't know if church groups in other places would help me do something so simple. It took them one hour and it counted as mission work. I HELPED them!
5. Most nonprofits are Christian in the United States. More involvement with nonprofits can happen with church groups to help and support the community.
6. Choose a book and a group study the book together from popular culture, to see how God and Christians might make a difference. Read what can make a difference whether it is Click here--> Introductory 101: The How to Guidebook on Exotic Dancing to help women find something better than stripping and drugs, life threatening situations through this book, or Murder on the Silver Comet Trail (click here).

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

3 things I tell you

1.  Awareness is for safety. Know what is going on around you.
2. The Buddy System is taught by every male related institution there is, and women can benefit just as much as men can from having someone watch their back.
3. Self Defense is the last resort, and everyone needs to know how to use self defense. 

The last line of Murder on the Silver Comet Trail has the link for Just Yell Fire: .

No woman can get too fat, too wrinkled or too old to be safer. That is why women need the Buddy System even more than men. Churches, schools and hospitals have more female employees and people who attend than any other institutions. These institutions need to tell women to use the Buddy System.

Businesses would not lose money with two women coming into the business.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Big activities for Fear Thou Not and the Buddy System

From March 20, 2015 until the last day of April there is a drawing for a silver King trombone at Music Guru in Hiram on Highway 92 near the library. Tickets are $1.00 each. Contact information below!

A framed Sheriff's calender with the article about the book Murder on the Silver Comet Trail by Becky Lindsay was donated to the Dallas Public Library.  Contact information below!

What is the third thing? Hmmmm,
 every 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 pm at Taco Bell (Hiram on 278) people are meeting to knit, crochet, and loom/tat! Everyone is welcome to come for an hour or two.

Below are the contact numbers. 

Dallas Public Library
1010 East Memorial Drive
Dallas, GA 30132
Phone: (770) 445-5680Kendra Winters, Branch Manager
2.  There will be a drawing at the Music Guru for a silver trombone until the last day of April ($1.00 a chance.) for Fear Thou Not, a 501(c)3 for the Buddy System for women. Please tell anyone who is musical! We cannot be safer by getting fatter, older or more wrinkled. We can only be safer by awareness, the Buddy System, and self defense!
Music Guru
Music Store
 1379 Hiram Douglasville Hwy #121, Hiram, GA 30141


3. Needle Nerds of Hiram meets at Taco Bell the 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 pm for knitting, crocheting, looming, tatting. Hwy. 278


Saturday, March 14, 2015


I want to increase awareness of the Buddy System for Women/Girls.

Is there anyone willing to go to Sam's Club one day and have a drawing for a guitar and a gig bag?

I haven't set it up with Sam's Club. It would have to be a Friday and a Saturday, Sunday. I will only have the drawing if the price of the guitar and gig bag are covered by selling tickets. 

What will I do with the money? Get more shirts embroidered with a pink Buddy System. Just because!