What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

Have you ever read one of those “5 things that every successful person does” articles?  I have.  And it seems like every time it lists something along the lines of “Effective Planner!”, ...

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The Anxious Parent

Anxiety in today’s culture is real. It has many faces. It arrives in all of our lives with various levels of acuity and for different reasons. As parents, it’s such ...

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3 Ways to Engage Poverty Now

We typically define poverty as “the lack of material things or access to tangible resources.” There are three elements to poverty that you may not initially think about that I ...

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The Inconvenience of Christmas

There is truly nothing like being home for Christmas.  The old roads that you’ve seen over and over again seem to have a new glow in the late days of ...

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The Art of Hospitality

As believers, we’ve all been given spiritual gifts. Some have the gift of teaching, others the gift of faith, and the list goes on. My main gifting is hospitality, and ...

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What Next?: 3 Questions to Ask Yourself

Hopefully you were able to join us this past Sunday as we introduced our new philosophy of Do Something. To sum it up, we believe that we’re called to have ...

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“Restorative Dialogue and the Way of Christ”

  2 Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. 3 Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. 4 There is ...

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What If Church Was a Place Where Everyone Felt Welcome?

Churches (and church people) are bad at reaching lost people. There, I said it. Someone’s got to. As a pastor, I’m ashamed of this. Inversely, churches are surprisingly (or not ...

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Finding God in Weakness and Discomfort

“I hadn’t experienced anything like it the first time my brother got shot. I hadn’t experienced anything like it the first time I saw, from my bedroom window, a man die ...

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5 Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

It’s summer y’all! For this Minnesota-born Texas transplant, summer is more of a threat than it is reason to celebrate.  As I brace for the 100-degree weather and stock up ...

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Lessons Learned As A Young Mom

Just in case you’re curious, here’s the week at a glance with my two-and-a-half year old son, Judah: he paints his doorway with POOP from his diaper during nap time ...

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