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A Photo October 25th 2013 No comments yet  

162055_6144“Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them. Remember…” Deut. 4:9

Remember the first home fellowships when the church began meeting at Collin College? Remember how friendships started, and people encouraged one another? Remember when home fellowship kicked off with such enthusiasm years ago? Can you remember the time when …

Top 10 Things Nobody Tells You About Working in a Church

July 19th 2013 3 comments so far  

RabbitThere’s a fantastic blog called Stuff Christians Like by Jon Acuff that I thoroughly enjoy. In one of his posts, he whimsically imagines what it’s like to work in a church. Below is an excerpt.

“My assumption is that, other than Sunday, a church job is kind of like having a really long quiet time.  You probably get to read the Bible all day and take long breaks in your prayer closet and spend eight hours a …

He Still Teaches Me

March 19th 2013 No comments yet  

Dr. Howard HendricksWhat words can I use to help you understand the impact made on my life by Dr. Howard Hendricks, or “Prof,” as he was affectionately called?

I could tell you early in our marriage, Nidelvia and I first met Prof and his dear wife Jeanne at a marriage conference they were leading, and in the brief moments between sessions they personally took time to encourage and minister to us as a couple, away from the crowds and spotlight. We never forgot that, …

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