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: August 2011
There I stood, puzzle piece in hand and mouth open while two people (one of them my wife) laughed hysterically at me. My wife and her friend had decided to tear into a puzzle they had gotten for one of … Continue reading
“We’re at 12th andJefferson.” This was my description of Four Rivers’ Paducah campus to someone who was interested in attending. And as soon as the words left my mouth I immediately despised what I had just said. My issue wasn’t with … Continue reading
During any given evening, the following banter can be overheard at our dinner table: Any one or all three kids: “I don’t like that.” My wife or me: “How do you know? You haven’t tried it.” Any one or all … Continue reading
What’s the secret to a great story? Teachers and mentors at writing conferences I’ve attended have told me it’s having a lead character who desires something with every fiber of their being, but cannot have it. This story line works great in fiction but this past week I witnessed it in real … Continue reading
Get or married or not? Accept Jesus or not. Have kids or not? Work in this field or that field? Live in this community or that one? Worship with this congregation or another? Our life’s journey will present a handful … Continue reading
It robs your mind of peace, haunts your sanctuary of dreams, and plagues your waking hours. In its grip, nights become endless playback loops and days become mere tasks to stumble through. Regret is powerful. And we’ve all experienced its miserable companionship. But the sadness of … Continue reading
Do you remember the last time God came up big for you? Remember when things looked bleak, but couldn’t have turned out better? Or maybe things turned out horrible, but you still grew through the pain, emerging stronger for having … Continue reading