Popcorn & KoolAid

By: Rev. David Mills When I was growing up as a boy, my family didn't have a lot of money. My dad was a pastor in rural Eastern Kentucky in one of the most impoverished areas in the USA. However, my parents taught me a very important lesson about hospitality and serving in our local community. ... Continue Reading →

Why do we Give up Something for Lent?

By: Scott Armstrong The season of Lent begins tomorrow with Ash Wednesday. In the Christian calendar, Lent is meant to be a time of self-denial and repentance. Many Christians worldwide observe this period by “giving up” or “fasting” something for the 40 days preceding Easter. I have lived and served for many years in Latin... Continue Reading →

4 Ways to Lead Like Jesus

Surprising Leadership Lessons from the Life of Christ By: Dr. Stan Toler Much of the advice you’ll hear on leadership has to do with technique. We spend lots of time figuring out how to do leadership. Leadership, however, is more art than science. It’s mostly about who you are.  For lessons on how to be a leader, there’s no better... Continue Reading →

The Seeking God

By: Dr. Stan Toler (1950-2017) “The Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost.”  Luke 19:10 Have you noticed it? The subtle inversion that’s taken place in our thinking about our mission? Where once we focused our energies on the word GO, we have now applied our thinking to strategies for getting... Continue Reading →

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