Monthly Archives: October 2012

Thoughts on Psalm 101

Psalm 101 is written by David. It is one of his many songs. David’s journey of faith is no doubt one of the greatest narratives in Scripture. In Psalm 101 he is writing about his faith. He uses the phrase, … Continue reading

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Youth Ministry transition: new place goals…

I have been in youth ministry for 9 years. I have loved working with students and parents and pointing them to Jesus. Nine years is a long time to learn, observe, try new stuff, fail, recast vision. So, it has … Continue reading

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My last Chisholm Trail Sermon outline

I am preaching Sunday for the last time here at Chisholm Trail before I head across country to begin my new ministry work with the Northeast church family. We have just started a new series of classes and sermons on … Continue reading

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Ex-cons, bicycles and the church

I was reminded of something powerful today. What? Actually several “somethings.” This afternoon a man walked into our church building here in Oklahoma and began asking for help and sharing his story. Our church receptionists are the usually the first … Continue reading

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Notes from Col. 4

Last night my Monday night Bible study group ended up our time together with some time spent in Colossians 4. For those of my crew that missed last night, here are our notes: Masters, provide your slaves with what is … Continue reading

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