Why Sundays Still Matter

Why Sundays Still Matter

Guest It’s Sunday morning, and instead of driving to a church building wearing your Sunday best you take twenty steps into the living room still in pajamas with coffee mug in hand. The church is in a state that none of us has seen before. Normally on Sundays you would...
Why Sundays Still Matter

Why I Love My Coach

Leaders and Coaches In 2018 both my wife, Vicki, and I felt the Lord’s leading in two ways: For us to individually pour ourselves into the lives of others And allow others to pour into us At the same time, we wanted to become more plugged in, feel more a part of our...
Why Sundays Still Matter

Fun Activities to Do With Your Kids

Guest Most of us parents are feeling a little more tired than usual because of staying at home during this pandemic. The natural cadence that breaks up the day’s tasks has suddenly changed so that the days and weeks become blurred. It can be hard to keep kid’s...
Why Sundays Still Matter

Enduring Isolation With Jesus as Our Example

Group Members So far, 2020 has been a year full of surprises—and mostly not particularly good surprises. Most of us find ourselves confined to our homes waiting for the storm that is COVID-19 to pass. All across the world many are facing challenges they could never...
Why Sundays Still Matter

What to Think After THINK|20?

Guest Having only moved to the Indianapolis area less than a year ago, this was my first chance to attend the THINK conference, and I’m so grateful that I did. Big Attendance, Big Questions I was amazed to see over 1,400 people attend the conference, as well as 186...