Go and Be: Spring Edition Update | March 19

March 23rd 2016 No comments yet  

FacebookAds2015_2GoAndBeSpring19About 65 folks from our church family came together to Go and Be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community on Saturday, March 19. One team served the homeless in South Dallas, while another helped inner city children at C-Kids. Then, we had families stay at the church and get ready for the upcoming Easter week. We stuffed 2,500 Easter eggs to be delivered for Easter egg hunts in South Dallas, Little Elm, and Rowlett. 890 Easter treat bags and baskets were assembled for the nursing home …

Light Work

January 29th 2016 1 comment so far  

shelves with sign“Many hands make light work.” When I was in high school, my pastor used to say that to us every Sunday. I attended a small church plant that was meeting in a high school cafeteria at the time, so every week, we would have to set up chairs, unload the altar and sound equipment from a few members’ SUVs, and set out all the hymnals, bulletins, and the usual Sunday spread (donuts included)…and then put it all away afterward. While I used to think my pastor’s phrase meant that more help …

Always Abounding

January 11th 2016 1 comment so far  

mountain manI must be the champion of short-term resolutions. I can do anything—for about 30 days. Fueled by excitement, I rapidly gain speed toward a shiny new goal…then just as rapidly tire and give up on it. Even if I do press on, I have lost the spring in my step that I had at the start. Certainly, the beginning of each new year reminds me of this trait in myself, as talk of goals and resolutions flood our lives.

During our first all-staff meeting of 2016, Pastor Chuck shared with us …

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