Two things Stevenson found changing in his life as he drew near his clients were a) perspective and b) passion. The same will hold true for us as we intentionally find proximity with others this fall in a Community step.
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The next time you get impatient because God isn’t texting you back, step back and trust that God is with you. God will show up at the right time and in the right place.
Our spiritual growth must be intentional. We must navigate our walks with an intention, with a goal and with the knowledge that we cannot succeed alone.
Even though we can always use your help, we must look at serving as more than a reaction to the ministerial needs of our congregation. Instead, we must understand that serving is a catalyst for spiritual and personal growth.
If you are like me, STAYING and REMAINING are two words to avoid when the sun is shining and the beach is calling. STAY & REMAIN? No thank you! I want to get out of here. Away from it all. Yet, in order to maintain a growing edge, we must STAY in fellowship with one another and REMAIN rooted in...
We have found that trips fundamentally change participants – their prayer lives and devotion to God and global missions is deepened and broadened by their involvement in serving our missionary partners and others.
Now FUSION, our high school ministry, has its own programming, so why do we have this Sunday where the students take over? The reason could be that we want to promote the fact that students are not just the church of tomorrow but also the church of today.
From the beginning, the idea for “A Place Called Home” began in my home.This weekend is focused on what would happen if home wasn’t necessarily the physical place we live in, but more so the condition of our hearts. What would that even look like? It would look like having a grateful heart. It...
How do you love God and love your neighbor in concrete, tangible ways? What are the attributes, attitudes, and actions that demonstrate this kind of love?
We call it "Holy Week." It is the week when we at Black Rock, along with believers around the globe, remember the most important events of the most important week in human history. . .