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It’s Ready to Roll!

After 4 long years the CBDR Shower/Laundry unit remodel is done! Great things take time but now we have a unit with 4 gas dryers, 3 washers, and 3 shower stalls. It is outfitted with lots of cabinets, new flooring and a brand new paint job. This all came together through the efforts of a many [...]

June 12th, 2017|Comments Off on It’s Ready to Roll!

How to Kill Clutter and Improve Communication with 3×3 Cards

Written by Len Wilson, Originally published Here Print collateral is the marketing term given to the related media used to support a promotional campaign. The problem was that when I walked around my church, Peachtree, I saw clutter not collateral. Dozens of activities, ministries and events all want simultaneous promotion. But if I allow every request, the [...]

March 21st, 2017|Comments Off on How to Kill Clutter and Improve Communication with 3×3 Cards

Five common objections to church discipline

Five common objections to church discipline Originally published Here CHURCH DISCIPLINE IS NOT ONLY BIBLICAL, IT IS LOVING. By  David Schrock A few months ago, our elders preached through a series on the church. The penultimate message addressed the important, often misunderstood topic of church discipline. Expounding on Matthew 18, Jamie McBride, articulated a vision of church discipline [...]

March 20th, 2017|Comments Off on Five common objections to church discipline

Colorado Disaster Relief Director Receives Distinguished Service Award

DENTON, TX (BP) — Southern Baptist Disaster Relief leaders throughout North America met for their annual “Roundtable” and to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of SBDR. Representatives from nearly all state Baptist conventions participated in the Jan. 23-27 event at Camp Copass in Denton, TX. The week focused on celebrating five decades of ministry efforts, looking [...]

February 28th, 2017|Comments Off on Colorado Disaster Relief Director Receives Distinguished Service Award

Preaching As A Means of Survival

Written By Albert Mohler, Originally Posted Here This post is the last of three in a series on Preaching in a Secular Age. With our cultural analysis behind us, I would like to consider the role of preaching in a secular age, particularly preaching as a survival strategy for the church. Many today are reconsidering [...]

February 13th, 2017|Comments Off on Preaching As A Means of Survival

Pastor’s Journal: On Balancing Ministry and Family

Written by Steve Hoekstra,   The balancing act is pretty much just that – an act. It is so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life;  family events, kids sporting/school/special interest events, church events, work/ministry related events, community events, hobbies, recreation, projects and the list goes on.  The question has [...]

February 13th, 2017|Comments Off on Pastor’s Journal: On Balancing Ministry and Family

Sheik Sent to Kill Pastor Professes Faith in Christ

(Left to right, Bishop George Edweu, Sheikh) Originally Published Here   AMURIA, Uganda (BP) -- Islamic extremists ambushed a church leader in eastern Uganda this month after a sheikh sent to assassinate him during worship instead accepted Christ, sources told Morning Star News. Sunni Muslim extremists had sent the sheikh, an Islamic teacher trained [...]

January 31st, 2017|Comments Off on Sheik Sent to Kill Pastor Professes Faith in Christ

Build a Rescue Ship, Not a Luxury Liner

Written by J.D. Greear, originally posted Here In Long Beach, California, you can visit the Queen Mary, a ship that’s been turned into a museum. It was originally launched as the ultimate luxury cruise liner of its time. But during World War II, it was commandeered to carry troops back and forth in battle. You [...]

January 10th, 2017|Comments Off on Build a Rescue Ship, Not a Luxury Liner

How Long Should I Preach?

Written by Brian Croft, originally published Here I find many pastors, especially younger ones, are regularly wrestling with this question.  The pressure to answer can be self-imposed, or forced by those in your church who complain your sermons are too long.  The problem is there does not seem to be one right answer. The answer to this [...]

January 10th, 2017|Comments Off on How Long Should I Preach?

Pastor’s Journal: On Restoration and Sin

Written by Pastor Skylar Anderson, Church Planter: Cypress Community Church   I was recently asked, “How can a Christian balance restoration and sin?” In other words, when we’re fully aware of another Christian's past baggage or current struggles, how do we respond with love? How do we minister to them the way Jesus would?   [...]

January 9th, 2017|Comments Off on Pastor’s Journal: On Restoration and Sin