Published: 6 years ago

Serving With A Spread

You’re looking at someone’s spiritual gifts on display. I snapped this picture on Easter Sunday morning just before our volunteers snapped the food up. This is the result of a couple of ladies – Vickie Jacob and Lynne Cox – doing what they love …

Published: 6 years ago

Stories From The Tank

If you’re not a part of the Summit Church, y0u may not know that we’ve stumbled upon what has become an annual tradition. For the last couple of years, we’ve offered an instant baptism following all of our services at all of our campuses. …

Published: 6 years ago

The Great Exchange

My sin. His holiness. My sorrow. His joy. My works. His grace. My shame. His glory. My wounds. His scars. My selfishness. His kindness. My pride. His humility. My self-righteousness. His gift of righteousness. My rebellion. His obedience. My clenched fist. His open hand. …

Published: 6 years ago

Evil Rabbit, Part Deux

Last week I told you about my wife’s demon bunny and how she taunts me with it on a regular basis. (The taunting hasn’t stopped, by the way. Yesterday morning I found it in the drawer where I keep my Bible. How am I …

Published: 6 years ago

Exodus 2011

Awesome take on what Moses’ journey would look like if it happened in the age of social media. (from Aish.com) Enjoy!

Published: 6 years ago

Silly Rabbit, Red Eyes Are For Demons

My wife loves me. I want to tell you that right up front, because based on what you’re about to read, you’re going to question it. You’ll think that your pastor blogger friend needs immediate marriage counseling and/or a protective order, and it just …

Published: 6 years ago

Gospel-Centered Guest Service

When you serve as a volunteer in the church world, dysfunction is a part of the job. It’s not 24-7 sunshine and daisies, people don’t always rise up to call you blessed, And chipmunks don’t line up in formation and hold up “Jesus thinks …

Published: 6 years ago

Engage or Get Out

It happened again last night. I met another practitioner in a long line of walking customer service disasters. Two of my boys and I stopped by a fast food chain to grab dinner after a ballgame. The lady behind the counter made no eye …

Published: 6 years ago

Projectors? We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Projectors!

So yesterday was a fun day at the Summit’s Brier Creek Campus, if you define “fun” using a dictionary from some bizarro alternate universe. We launched two services at our brand new 450 seat venue, “BC South.” As a part of the kickoff, the …

Published: 6 years ago

April Showers

I’m not sure what Jesus is trying to teach me. Recently I was moving through our offices at a rather high rate of speed. I was late for a meeting and trying to wrap up some loose ends in my office before heading down …

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