It’s been a solid three months since I’ve uploaded any new content and even longer since I didn’t simply hi-jack content from another source. I debated starting a whole new blog, but let’s be honest, I’m not that motivated. So, I made a few tweaks with the appearance and voila! I also figured, that since … More A long time coming…(some ramblings on this past year)
This a post from a friend of mine. He has his own blog about very similar things that I touch on. Hopefully I can get a new post up my self, but I really liked this post of his. You should also totally check out his blog: God, Life, Sports,and the World The gods men make … More A post from a friend: The gods men make
I thought this list was a good follow up to the videos I posted a few days back. I found this post written by Justin Buzzard on theresurgence.com and wanted to share it. The link for this post is http://theresurgence.com/2011/11/14/top-10-reasons-to-join-a-church-plant ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Earlier this year I wrote the post, Top 10 Reasons Not to Join a Church … More A top ten you won’t see on Letterman
Here are a couple of videos that help explain where God is calling me and why I am so excited about getting back to work at New Life as soon as possible. Steve Andrews is a pastor at Kensington Church in Troy, MI and has been a huge supporter of NLC.
Once again its been weeks, possibly even months since my last post, but I’m not going to waste any more time apologizing to the 3.5 people who may actually read this. So, without further ado. For those who don’t know me (which if you’re reading this and you don’t know me I’m not sure … More Bottom of the 9th, 4th and a mile…
Back when I first started this blog one of the posts was a recap of GCM New Staff training and I mentioned one of the phrases that they used, and that was “Are you trusting God for something, or trusting God period?” I really liked this question because it allowed me to put things in … More Trust, Provision, Presence & Silence