Rev. Todd MarlinDecember 2020 As we prepare to conclude calendar year 2020 at the end of this month, we’ve asked our pastors to answer the question: What did you see in 2020, and what did you learn from it? The fifth pastor to answer that question for us is Rev. […]
Rev. David JudgeDecember 2020 As we prepare to conclude calendar year 2020 in a few weeks, we’ve asked some of our pastors to answer the question: What did you see in 2020, and what did you learn from it? The second pastor to answer that question for us is Pastor […]
As the new school year gets underway, we need to be praying, really praying for our students and schools. None of us have ever had to deal with this kind of situation before, so we need to depend on God to guide and enable us each step of the way. […]
Today we had Dr. Chuck Lawless as our guest on the call – his message from Genesis 3 was helpful and challenging as we walk through these days. Please watch the video and share it as much as possible.
What do you see in your neighborhood? Dr. Bob Lowman, Executive Director, MBA “If you see something, say something.” That is a slogan of the Department of Homeland Security to help us identify any situation or threat to our neighborhoods, communities, and nation. I went to the website to see […]
What do you see on the mission field around you? Dr. Bob Lowman, Executive Director, MBA The place where we live, work, love and serve is our mission field. It is where God has placed us. The Bible confirmed this when the Apostle Paul said: “From one man He has […]
The April 2015 issue of Growth Points from Dr. Gary McIntosh is entitled “Teach Others to Love.” An important lesson as we make disciples – read & share… GrowthPoints Apr 2015 (MBA has permission to share this with our family of churches)
Thanks to Aubrey Malphurs and the Malphurs Group for this excellent post…read, share, serve your guests as you make disciples… 11 Church Hospitality Tips to Serve Guests – The Malphurs Group : The Malphurs Group.
As I grew up, my mother often took me and other children from our church to visit, sing and minister to those in nursing homes. Now, I look back on those times as significant moments of ministry, an opportunity to share the love and good news of Jesus with those […]
When I was working hard to pastor a church in the mountains of North Carolina before moving to Charlotte, I realized when questioned by my wife on this topic that I had very few if any close friends outside our church family. That was a problem I worked hard to […]