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The Disruption of Coronavirus

Over the past week or so, churches have experienced a massive disruption, as large gatherings have been banned and face-to-face interaction has been discouraged. For many churches and their leaders, this has caused a critical re-thinking of our faith practices and how to keep the church connection encouraged, and growing. We know this disruption will...

The Scattered Church

 
In the first century, followers of Christ were very limited on the types of gatherings they could have. A large, boisterous worship service could attract unwanted attention from enemies, and even day-to-day ministry occasionally resulted in riots or civil disruptions which caught the eye of the Roman government. Throughout the New Testament, we see examples of...

How to Prepare for Combat

If you have ever seen the 1962 film The Longest Day you may know something of Teddy Roosevelt Jr. and his exploits on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The part of Theodore Roosevelt’s eldest son was played by Hollywood star Henry Fonda. What you probably don’t know is how the Brigadier General, and the oldest man of...

Adult Education Ministry

There are five main areas of my ministry as the Missional Discipleship Minister: 1) Small Groups: where we as a church family, share life in community 2) Adult Education: our Sunday AM and Wednesday PM classes and groups 3) Soul Care: targeted discipleship groups and classes to bring healing to sin and pain 4) Special Discipleship Events: Seminars, Spiritual...