Leadership Blog

Songs For The Season

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

Worship has been something I’ve loved since a kid. I remember going to summer camp, at the age of 9 or 10, and being so overwhelmed during worship that I would drop down in my seat (and sometimes to my knees) to just cry. I was overwhelmed that the God of this Universe wanted to hear the...

Watch Out

Posted by Bryan Choate on

I’m learning as a parent how little control I have with my kids as they get older. I can tell them all sorts of things but I’m not with them 24/7 so it’s up to them to make good choices. So the best thing Julie and I can do as parents is pray early and pray often for our kids...

Shame On You

Posted by Michelle Buchanan on

“Shame on you!” Have those words been spoken over you, maybe as a child? Have you spoken those words to someone else? Whether or not we heard those 3 words spoken, we all have felt shame in our lives. Shame is: painful humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or...

Today I Went to a Mosque

Posted by Scott Marsh on

Today, I went to a Mosque. I have been in a church planting workshop all week.  It’s a small group of people from all around the United States learning principles and tools on how to plant churches.  Funny thing, the workshop was in Texas and the Texans were outnumbered. ...

Life Around The Table

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

What three better things to combine... food, fun, and friends. Community is sooo important to me. Over the course of my 9 months on the Race, I’ve lived community 24/7. I’ve shared a bathroom with 6 other girls. I’ve had no personal space, whatsoever. I’ve had deep...

A Bald Easter Story

Posted by Michelle Buchanan on

Yes, you read that right – a bald story of Easter, as in no hair. Let me explain… For the past couple years, my husband keeps his hair very short, almost bald. We use #1 on the clippers, if that tells you anything. But that pesky hair hasn’t got the point yet that it is...

When God Shows Up In Mighty Ways

Posted by Caitlin Carpenter on

Parent Vision Trip - through the eyes of my momma: I never dreamed Rwanda would steal a piece of my heart. I had a lot of anxiety and anticipation of the Parent Vision trip, but God showed up in mighty ways. I could not believe after 7 months that I got to finally wrap my arms around my...

Mature Faith Grows in Community

Posted by Bryan Choate on

We’ve all heard of Accountability Partners (aka Accountabilibuddy). When trying to improve your health, the very best accountabilibuddy is a 7 year old that wants you to succeed. They know you can succeed and are not old enough to understand that sometimes Daddy just ‘needs’ a...

Marriage Lessons Learned from Peeping Chicks....

Posted by Donna Germany on

I made my confession to the ladies at the TBC Women’s Retreat in November. You know that irritant that turns into angst, then results in a stubborn, resistant attitude of the heart? I am not proud of it, but that was my attitude when my husband proposed we raise baby chicks to restock our...

$200 Casket

Posted by Travis McGaughey on

Louisiana State Penitentiary- A big decision was made in 2006. Billy Graham, a man who needs no introduction, decided that his casket would be made from pine, and built by an inmate. It was a cheap build too, about $200.  For a man who has spent his life reaching out to the lost, it just...

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