Worldwide Revolution

We serve a King whose heart is for the nations. Even in the Old Testament, in the middle of His ache to rescue His own distracted people, God's eyes are across the water. According to Isaiah 49:6, "He says, 'It is too small a thing that you should be My servant to raise up the... Continue Reading →

Where the Locals Go

Next time you're in town, stop for a moment and listen. Coffee cups filling, cars rounding a corner, friends chatting at the crosswalk, shop doors opening, a waitress taking orders. These are the sounds of possibility, reminders that we're not alone and that there's much work still to be done. We're continuing with a focus... Continue Reading →

To Everything There Is a Season

This month we've looked at inreach—engaging with the body of Christ—here and here. Now let's shift our focus to the outer world, to those who don't yet know the sweet power of the gospel and the freedom it brings. We weren't saved to live in our holy huddles; we were saved with a mission in... Continue Reading →

No More Mean Girls

"You can't sit with us." Cheeks flush, eyes water, and any shred of dignity is squished like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich at the bottom of a backpack. Thus begins an all-too-common struggle for people who were made to crave connection. It happens in the kindergarten class party. It happens in the high school... Continue Reading →

For Funsies

A lot of my thought life is taken up with the family of God, specifically the local church. As a pastor's wife, it's kind of my job. We make a big deal about one-on-one discipleship, small groups, Bible studies, Sunday morning services... but we don't really talk as much about just hanging out with each... Continue Reading →

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