Leadership Blog

The Right Message

Posted by Isaac Gill on

Do we know what message we are sending out? Whether we are consciously communicating or not, we are sending a message. Our actions, our words, our tone, they all send a message. It is important for us to understand that message and ensure we are not sending the wrong message to our fellow...

Does God care about the little things?

Posted by Michelle Buchanan on

  Pregnant rumblings – chore charts – lost keys. What do these three things have in common?    They are a few of the “little” things of life. Are they too little to bother praying about?   1. Pregnant rumblings. Genesis 25 tells us that Rachel was...

Battle of the Blankets

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

I love to sleep. If you know me, you know I love my bed just as much as I love my food. I love sleeping with at least two pillows so it doesn’t feel like the bed is empty. I don’t like sleeping with a sheet because I feel too confined and it’s unsafe (my logic... I need to be...

Wonder 119

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

Back in Vietnam my squad and I wrote our own version of Psalm 119. Each verse in Psalm 119 starts with a letter in the Hebrew alphabet. We followed the same pattern with our alphabet. Each team has their own “chapter” that they were responsible for writing. It is a bit long, but I...

Don't Judge Me

Posted by Mitchell Martin on

In May of this year, I will have served in student ministry for 7 years. Over those years, there have been a number of phrases and sayings that I have heard students say on a regular basis. A number of these sayings have even migrated their way into the vocabulary of adults. There is one saying...

When Love Hurts

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

There is a price to pay when it comes to love. Love is costly. It can leave your heart in a million pieces. It can leave your heart all around the world.This month while in Ethiopia, the Lord taught me a lot about sacrificial love and how it truly changes everything. He taught me about love...

Post Holes and Hardhats

Posted by Peggy Hastings on

  Many years ago, we decided to put up a chain length fence...ON OUR OWN. If you have lived in Parker County for very long, you know that the ground here is full of rocks and difficult at best to dig. As we began digging one post hole after another it was becoming clear rather quickly...

Seek the Flames

Posted by Isaac Gill on

The wood has been stacked carefully around the small ball of paper. Kindling has been carefully laid on top, between the larger pieces of wood and the paper. A small match is set to the paper. Initially flames burst forth. The paper burns up quickly, lighting some of the kindling. If the...

Strong Hold of the Lord

Posted by Carol Welch on

As Pastor Sherm taught us how to Go Deeper into Psalms this past Fall, God took me into a deeper understanding these past months – into discovering the Stronghold of the Lord. “I love You, Lord, my strength. The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer, my God...

Green Bananas

Posted by Bryan Choate on

So my morning routine at the Choate house ends with the creation of my protein shake. It is always chocolate, banana & peanut butter (smooth) unless a certain young lady has eaten my last banana the night before. My preference is a banana that is almost over-ripe - yellow with brown spots...

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