Church @ HomeThe missional and incarnational movement of Christ into the homes throughout the world is exciting and motivating. In Western Kentucky many people are coming together to join a mission of Connection & Transformation. Would you like to start a River Group?
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
You may have already guessed, but I am beginning to take a little break from the blogging on RiverGroups.com. This is a temporary break but also quite necessary. We all know from Ecclesiates there are seasons for everything and I … Continue reading
Usually when we think of new beginnings and fresh starts in terms of the calendar we think of New Year’s. It’s as good a time as any to begin again. But to me, Easter represents this more than any other day. The … Continue reading
Did you know God had a Plan A that went wrong? The plan he had for creation in the garden didn’t go the way he wanted. So he resorted to Plan B. Plan B involved more grief, heartache, pain, and … Continue reading
Here’s a dumb question: Remember the ice storm a couple of years ago? Yeah, me too. That storm, along with the remnant of a hurricane that blew through just a couple of months before then, took out every tree in my … Continue reading
Worry is like a rocking chair–it gives you something to do but doesn’t get you anywhere. – unknown author So don’t worry about these things, saying, ‘What will we eat? What will we drink? What will we wear?’ These things dominate … Continue reading
Love. Hate. The two extremes of relationship. In Matthew 5, Jesus told us to love our enemies. Why? A person who hates someone else makes themselves an enemy of that person. But a person who truly loves another cannot view that person as … Continue reading
Just a quick note to let you know about a devotional I had published online this past Wednesday from Christian Devotions. If you’d like to read it, please click HERE. Live The Mission, Greg
Just posted a new book on the reading list. Click on the “Reading On The River” page to check it out.
We have a countertop range in our kitchen. This leaves room in the cabinet below it to store pots, pans and other whatnots. Now I’m not the greatest cook in the world, but it seems to me if I want … Continue reading