Leadership Blog

Be a Story Teller

Posted by Roy Cervantes on

I picked up a new book this week. Well, I confess, it was an audio book. The combination of being a millennial and the amount of traveling I am doing right now proved to be the perfect storm to give in to lazy “reading”. The book is “Building Your Story Brand” by Donald...

Freedom in the Sky

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

Rising above the city's skyline and up above the buildings, the blue sky is dotted with colorful kites. Each one having their own story. Each one having their own spot in the sky. As I sat on the roof gazing out over the beautiful sight, God spoke. He used the kites in the sky to speak directly...

Daughter of the King

Posted by Carol Welch on

"The Spirit Himself testifies together with our spirit that we are God's children...heirs of God and co-heirs with Christ" (Romans 8:16-17). There is a difference between knowing about God in your head, and knowing God in your heart. I knew a pastor once who said that your head knowledge must...

Are You "A Good Mom?"

Posted by Michelle Buchanan on

I remember the day well… I was driving through the Arbuckle Mountains in Oklahoma in my GMC van, talking to God while my 5 little kids were sleeping. I was in tears, wrestling with my disappointment that I was not a “good mom.” You see, as a child I had this amazing example...

The Dunkirk Gospel

Posted by Roy Cervantes on

As I am sure you have heard already, Dunkirk is a relatively new film based on the World War II military operation in Dunkirk, France. It is a beautifully shot and directed film that gives a fresh look on survival and resistance in the Second World War. It tells a harrowing story from multiple...

Technology of God

Posted by Bryan Choate on

In the spring of this year, I began waiting for Sept. 12th - Reading all the news leaks, reviewing expert opinions and praying for affordability. I, like so many others, waited for the announcement of the iPhone X. The leaks were accurate, opinions were mostly on the mark but my prayer for...

Reckless Abandon

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

a-ban-don v. ---- 1. to leave completely and finally; forsake utterly.  2. to give up the control of.  3. to yield (oneself) without restraint or moderation.  4. to surrender one's claim to, right to, or interest in. 5. to give up entirely. Abandonment, I have never been good at...

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