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January 29, 2019

Change is part of life.  To some degree, the church is always in transition, because circumstances are always changing.  Paul stayed only eighteen months in Corinth when he established the church.  When he left, he warned other teachers to build carefully on the founda...

January 15, 2019

The overwhelming reality of parenting and the seemingly unbearable challenges that can sometimes accompany those homes became abundantly clear to me while helping my wife coach soccer a few years back. Seeing 5 & 6-year-old boys and girls being flagrantly disrespectful...

January 10, 2019

Imagine the kind of impact your church could have on the community if every member of the congregation committed to doing one act of service every single day. How would your church be known in the community? How would people talk about your congregation? How would this...

December 20, 2018

I read a number of books this year, some good and some not so good. Below are 5 of the books I enjoyed most reading this year, in no particular order, and why I enjoyed them as well as a look into the books I have on my list for 2019.

Finish by Jon Acuff

Written as a fol...

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