Monthly Archives: April 2012

Youth Who Don’t Leave the Church

I came across a great article on Churchleader.com yesterday written by Jon Nielsen entitled “3 Common Traits of Youth Who Don’t Leave the Church.” It’s not only a “must read” for parents and people in youth & kidmin, but for … Continue reading

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God’s Provision

Philippians 4:10-13  I rejoiced in the Lord greatly that now at length you have revived your concern for me. You were indeed concerned for me, but you had no opportunity. Not that I am speaking of being in need, for … Continue reading

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7 Tips For Better Bible Study

Angie and I have really embraced the growing community of excellent non-denominational Bible teachers scattered around the United States. From Perry Noble and Andy Stanley, to Francis Chan and Max Lucado, we really value the teaching of the dozen or … Continue reading

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A Calling to Kids

It’s really amazing to look back and see how God places all the puzzle pieces in order throughout our lives to work His will in and through us. Things we suffer through, God uses for the good. Physical, mental and … Continue reading

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Examining a Green Thumb, Part Two

In my last post, I mentioned having some additional thoughts that jumped out at me while reading the list from Joe Sangl. I’m going to detail them here and would love to read your thoughts on it as well. 1. … Continue reading

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Examining a Green Thumb

After taking my Pastoral Leadership 450 class at Liberty, my eyes were opened to all the myriad challenges of leading in a church, as well as growing one. Being a “people person” more than a “numbers person” I mainly focused … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Here!

Today is the first day of the rest of our lives. Sure you can say that about any day, but this isn’t just any day. Today is the first Sunday in a long line of Sundays marked by services at … Continue reading

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