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Showing items for 'July 2011'

Two Opportunities that Never Go Away

Posted by Craig McKown on

As a local church grows numerically (as The Bridge is currently experiencing), they typically move towards relying more and more on paid staff/clergy to create volunteer  opportunities, set up clear volunteer training processes, and to recruit volunteers for their ministry areas. This can...

6 reasons walking in continued sin is perilous

Posted by Josh on

6 reasons walking in continued sin is perilous... Sin disrupts our fellowship with God.  In Psalm 51 David - after sinning - cries out to God, "Restore to me the joy of my salvation!".  One of the worst, most awful effects of sin is that, while his love/approval of us is unaffected...

A word about the "We are The Bridge" series...

Posted by Josh on

This weekend - after months of prayer, talks, and planning - we're starting a 5 week vision series called "We are The Bridge".  What God has done in us in the last few years has been incredible... but it doesn't hold a candle to what he's getting ready to do in the next few years...

Deuteronomy 6 & the Duggars

Posted by Craig McKown on

4 "Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one. 5 You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. 6 And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. 7 You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of...

What should I do when I sin?

Posted by Josh on

An anatomy of repentance When we sin, our fellowship with God is fractured. Repentance restores that fellowship.  The Bible's directive to a person who is sinning is simply "repent" and repentance is central in the preaching of John the Baptist (Matt 3:2), Jesus (Matt 4:17), the twelve...

Harry Potter and Other Christian Boycotts

Posted by admin on

The American premier of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" happens tonight. The Twittersphere and the blogosphere are jumping with excitement. I would probably be excited as well, except I've never seen a Harry Potter movie or read any of the books. I thought about it when they first...

Christians and the Casey Anthony verdict

Posted by Josh on

Yesterday when the Casey Anthony verdict was issued, I half-jokingly sent out the following tweet... I was driving when the verdict was announced on 104.5 The Zone today and, to be totally transparent, my gut-reaction was simple anger.  To a largely-uninformed observer, it at least seems...

Leadership Development

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I hope everyone had a great Independence Day weekend. Spring Hill is exploding as I write this blog. The haze is so thick it reminds me of Port au Prince in Haiti. A big thanks to Dave and Debbie Hall for having us out to the farm. It was a great time for all. I wanted to take the opportunity...

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