Monthly Archives: October 2015
This was a video we showed Sunday morning a few weeks ago. A church has a statue that depicts Jesus as homeless and sleeping on a park bench. In this news story we see varying responses by Christians. Some are … Continue reading
This past Sunday night we explored the topic of discipleship. To continue our conversation and thinking around this very important topic I want to share a Bible study with you to continue thinking and learning about discipleship. The study is … Continue reading
Here are this week’s prayer points and centering song Monday – Pray for students finishing their first quarter of the school year. Pray for energy and confidence to finish strong and rest once quarters are done Tuesday – Pray for … Continue reading
Here our weekly prayer points for the youth ministry. Thank you for your prayers Monday – Pray for our youth who are experiencing a lot of pain: loss, heartbreak, exhaustion, weariness, aloneness, emptiness. Pray for God to give them strength, … Continue reading
This is a powerful spoken word piece on how technology can often control us. Here are some of the powerful statements from the piece: “How ironic that these touch screens can make us lose touch” ” A world filled with … Continue reading
Hey everyone! For this week I invite you to finish strong on the last 7 days of our 21 Day Prayer and Scripture Challenge! If you haven’t started yet, that’s ok. Start today! The hope of this is that it … Continue reading
Check out some sweet dance moves from The Astros’ Mascot and an awesome security guard!
In October there is a multi-faith recognition of Children’s Sabbath. This observance serves as a reminder to advocate for the rights of children all across the world. This year’s theme is “How Long Must I Cry for Help? Bending the … Continue reading
I am going to change our weekly prayer points for this week. There has been a lot of pain in our country and in our youth group this past week. I ask for our hearts to be centered and prayerful over … Continue reading
Here is a great reminder that God so deeply cares for us and that we are invited to cast our cares, anxieties, worries, and stress onto the God who is always near.