Monthly Archives: July 2010

Ministry musings…

I have been challenged as of late to think differently about a great many things, mainly about contextualizing ministry. I know I’ve written a little before about this, but some reading (Youth Ministry 3.0 and Who Moved My Cheese), seem … Continue reading

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Sermon Outline—Leadership Lessons from Nehemiah “Fighting For Your Family”

Sunday, July 18, 2010 – Nehemiah 4:13-15 Families are important* Relationships are key Parents/grandparents your job is  not done Students: you need your parents Nehemiah 4:13-15 makes what’s at stake urgent and personal Exposed places – where are they in … Continue reading

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Monday @ the Trail: Update and Happenings

Good morning, I pray that this e-mail finds you doing well this Monday. All of you who were able to help with our Saturday’s VBS, your help and time and love for God and little children is amazing, THANK YOU!!! … Continue reading

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A new quarter, new students, and some missional thoughts…

Today at Chisholm Trail we began a new quarter. For us all the kids moved up to their new classes. Today in our youth ministry we welcomed about 12 new 6th graders into our youth group! It is an exciting … Continue reading

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Impact and the Kingdom of God…

This week I have been home for a week, and it is nice! Jen took our girls to meet my parents, a couple of weeks ago, and this past Saturday we got to see them. Three weeks of youth group … Continue reading

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