Tag: worship

Small Groups: the amazing opportunity of now

With the slow re-opening of the country back up, and the likelihood of church gatherings being restricted for awhile, leveraging small groups is critical. Many churches want to be a church a church of small groups. This crisis is a great test of how… Continue Reading “Small Groups: the amazing opportunity of now”

Who turned out the lights for a brighter future?

Every once in a while an article or articles you post online blows up your feed. Clearly, lighting in a worship center is a sensitive issue. In the ground swell of discussion there are a few concerns and patterns that need to be addressed.… Continue Reading “Who turned out the lights for a brighter future?”

Prayer Mentoring: Endurance

Save me, O God! For the waters have come up to my neck. I sink in deep mire, where there is no foothold; I have come into deep waters, and the flood sweeps over me. I am weary with my crying out; my throat… Continue Reading “Prayer Mentoring: Endurance”

Prayer Mentoring: God in your day

The Bottom line: We need God in our day, not God as a part of our day. Here’s the difference. Paul tells the Thessalonian believers to rejoice, pray without ceasing, and to give thanks- all a part of God’s will. Rejoice! A spirit of… Continue Reading “Prayer Mentoring: God in your day”

For peace?

People often ask for peace. I spoke with young men this morning about for keys to having peace. A good reminder for us all. 1) Work through conflict Phil 4:2-3 Work through or help others work through conflict. Avoiding conflict will result in a… Continue Reading “For peace?”

God is big, man is small

1 The LORD reigns, He is clothed with majesty ; The LORD has clothed and girded Himself with strength ; Indeed, the world is firmly established, it will not be moved. 2 Your throne is established from of old ; You are from everlasting.… Continue Reading “God is big, man is small”