Over the past three years Pulpit Rock has been partnered in numerous ways with Springs Rescue Mission and their campus expansion in town. Last week Thomas and Kyle got to participate in a groundbreaking for phase two of the expansion – a $5.5 million project including a new dining facility and welcome center.
The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.
You may have watched the interview where Thomas Thompson and I talked about God being at work in public schools. What you didn’t see, what you couldn’t have seen, was the work God did to rescue me from myself both before and after I walked up on that stage.
I never grew up hoping to be in student ministry. But here I am, and these girls are fierce. They are deep and have real emotions that shape the way they view themselves, how they view God, and most importantly how they think God views them. I will not sit back and let them be told who they are and...
Parents and the church should be leading the way in conversations about sex, creating safe places for discussion so truth can root down in the hearts of the next generation. Silence is not an option.
There are two approaches to the spiritual life that have remarkably different outcomes: fence building and well digging. I don’t know if there is a theological shift that is more important for our day and age than this one.
Jeff and Robin Gerke came up with a unique service project to bless kids in foster care and help the kids at our church learn about kindness: “The goal of It’s Going to Be Okay is to help foster kids know that they’re not forgotten and that comfort is available to them.”