Here’s a local news report about two churches, FedEx Pilots, and a motorcycle club who are making a difference in an under-served community in Memphis. As Easter approaches, it is a good idea to ask if our lives reflect Christ who died and rose for us. While the following article is from a secular news [...]
A study shows that Muslims typically encounter Christian influence (a person, a Bible truth, an answered prayer, a dream, a need met) 36 or more times before choosing Christ. Which of those encounters might you and I make? How can we be effective “links in the chain?”
Ministry to Muslims is not new. Recognizing the sacrificial [...]
I love the commercial where the teenager tells his over-the-hill dad to lay off the updates on twitter. Of course that happens as his dad tweets…”Now I’m sitting on the couch listening…”
Yes I tweet – have a facebook page…am linkedin, etc., etc.
But isn’t this just a fad? Won’t we all just fall back onto Email [...]
The Southern Baptist Convention met this week and for the first time that I can recall in a number of years closing ranks is not what will be the most reported issue that hits the media. Someone said about our convention that its like a large family reunion where there’s always some crazy aunt or [...]
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If you are a college student and are interested in working part-time paid with the IMB’s Emerging Leaders Team (under Mark Morris’ supervision) and minister part-time unpaid in a multi-cultural church and/or innercity ministry (under Pastor Kelvin Bowen’s supervision) then jump on this opportunity. See these two different opportunities below.
1, Administrative [...]
Since December 14, 2008 Pastor Kelvin Bowen and myself have been working together as black and white pastors in a new church plant. Kelvin is the senior pastor and I’m his associate. Both of us came together having worked on two separate church starts, but after prayer and soul-searching, God showed us that we had [...]
Knowing where the church is and where it is not allows us to develop different strategies of ministry based on their segment of society and their exposure to the Gospel.
Take a look at this letter from a friend from Perspectives regarding the Muslim holy day. What are you doing to pray for your Muslim neighbors. Cindy and I made a visit to a Muslim home this week. We did NOT accept their offer of tea and sweets because they were fasting and we did [...]
Jeff Shinabarger is one of the more creative servant’s of God I know. He sent me an email and a link to a couple-of-minutes film on a project he innovated in his city of East Atlanta.
Check out the link to the “Benched” ministry.
A celebration of mass transportation. That was the hope. A collaborative project [...]