The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.

A Pulpit Rock family was featured on Compassion International’s blog.

We talk a lot at Pulpit Rock about loving others. So it thrills us when we hear about how some of our own church family is making news with how they’re loving other people. Many of you know the Ahnfeldt family. They were recently featured on Compassion’s blog. We love this and we thought you would too.

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Why I’m shaving my beard for Lent.

The season of Lent begins this Wednesday. It’s a time for reflection on what we hold onto that roots us in this world instead of being free in the Kingdom of God. Nate Huntley shares the unique way he is recognizing Lent this year.

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The Best Way to Be Heard in a Noisy World

Is it just me, or is the world getting louder and angrier? It seems no matter which way you turn, someone is shouting to have their view point or their cause heard. How do we, as Christians, engage in the important matters of the world, our country and our hometown in a way that honors Jesus? The answer may surprise you.

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How your generosity is transforming lives in Uganda.

I once could never have imagined getting to travel the world helping others discover how much God loves them and how big His plans are for them. Now I am the Executive Global Director of Lifeworkx. With the help of Pulpit Rock, Uganda is seeing transformative awakening by the tens of thousands.

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Pulpit Rock, I’d like you to meet Bri McKoy.

Ladies, you’re invited to hang out with Food Blogger and Author Bri McKoy. She is the special guest at our upcoming Presence Weekend. Here’s an introduction to her and a bit of her story. We are excited to share the weekend with her. Have you signed up yet?

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Serving Jesus with Splatter Paint

I think that it’s very important to serve at church. You have a different way to worship God instead of your typical singing and prayer. I believe that God does see my gift to create just as important as other service projects. Even if I’m not stopping something like world hunger I can still make people happy with my art.

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