Published: 7 years ago

Adventures in Babysitting

Most of you who stalk…um…follow Summit staff know that Small Groups Guy Spence Shelton is single-handedly sending the family doctor to Aruba in February.  So far this month, every family member but Spence has spent time in either the doctor’s office, ER, or a …

Published: 7 years ago

The Kid’s Got Guts

In case you missed it, one of our covenant members hit the big time on ESPN last week. Jon Lunn is one of our First Impressions Team leaders.  He’s also a NC State University student. And a rabid Duke fan. So it was pretty …

Published: 7 years ago

The Group That Serves Together…

A couple of weeks ago we launched a new venue in the Bay at our Brier Creek Campus, which will allow us to add over 250 seats at the 10:45 hour. Anytime we launch a new venue, I have a combo bag of feelings …

Published: 7 years ago

Southern Baptist = Bluegrass

The scene: our Chevy Trailblazer, hauling the entire Franks crew. The setup: a back seat convo between Austin (12) and Jacob (13). Austin: So this kid in my class says, “Which religion are you?”  And I said, “I’m a Christian.” Jacob: Christianity isn’t your …

Published: 7 years ago

Why You Should Wake Up Tomorrow

First things first: tomorrow is Saturday.  You know, Saturday: that day that many Americans view as their very own God-given right to sleep in late, have brunch at a little bistro-style restaurant with a name like Crepe Diem (literally, “Day of the Thin Pancake”), …

Published: 7 years ago

Weakly Posting

Forgive me, blogworld, for I haven’t penned.  It has been seven days since my last post. Where have you been? Um, you know, around. Whatcha been doing? Oh, stuff. You’re going to need to be more specific.  Your readers need to know.  Well, they …

Published: 7 years ago

Book Review: The Church of Facebook

After devouring The Church of Facebook, I feel a little like the monkey who kissed the skunk: I didn’t get all I wanted, but I got more than I could stand.  The title led me to believe that I would be reading a manifesto …

Published: 7 years ago

Going For Broke In Dubai

Ha ha ha, that’s a little socio-economic joke, that is.  You see, Dubai’s government is belly up, and we’re going to Dubai, and… …never mind. So, I’m leading this trip to Dubai later this summer, right?  And there’s going to be lots of church …

Published: 7 years ago

Book Review: The Language of Love & Respect

I got in touch with my inner bookworm over Christmas vacation.  Two of the five books I finished will be reviewed here this week.  Stay tuned for a review of The Church of Facebook, coming up on Thursday. I tend to be somewhat of …

Published: 7 years ago

Book Review: The Language of Love & Respect

I got in touch with my inner bookworm over Christmas vacation.  Two of the five books I finished will be reviewed here this week.  Stay tuned for a review of The Church of Facebook, coming up on Thursday. I tend to be somewhat of …

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