Category: Learning Curve

Broken People

I’ve been with a lot of hurting people this week. Failed marriages, derailed relationships, deeply-entrenched sin, broken dreams, disturbing doctor’s reports, addictions that seemingly can’t be kicked. There’s one thing that serves as a...

Stories From The Tank

Stories From The Tank

On Sunday we baptized 121 people at the Summit.  It was a very, very cool day, but days like that always bring questions… Why did you do it that way? Is that even biblical?...

Town Hall for Hope

Town Hall for Hope

Last Wednesday I watched in fascination as millions of Americans took to the streets to participate in “tea parties” – their official stamp of disapproval on paying taxes.  I realized that if this pastor...

Experience AND Evidence

Experience AND Evidence

The great thing about having a blog is that you can use it on Monday to clear up stuff you said on Sunday. If you were at our Brier Creek AM Campus yesterday, you...

Pure Passion

  If you’re a praying kind of folk, you can pray for me on Saturday as I get together with seven engaged couples who are going through our Engaged Discovery Weekend.  I’ll be speaking...

The Ministry of Pursuit

The Ministry of Pursuit

Christianity was never meant to be lived alone.  God gave the church to Christians as a gift so we could grow together in community.  When we stumble, fellow Christians are there to catch us....

Roundabout Living

Yesterday on the commute to work, I heard a story on the radio about a German woman who got stuck in a roundabout, which is a transportation term that literally means, “Our city is...