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How to Order Your Time When There is No Sunday Gathering

How to Order Your Time When There is No Sunday Gathering

Time is a finite resource. You only have 52 weeks a year, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. No more, no less. What you do with your time makes all the difference. This is especially true in the early phases of church planting when there is no Sunday gathering and only a...

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Praying for our Country

Praying for our Country

This blog is part of our 2021 Prayer Series, inspired and guided by Luke 11:09. Back in November, our social media specialist and I met to hash out a series of prayer blogs for 2021. As an organization, we are inviting our friends and partners to pray with us each day...

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Empowered in Everyday Life

Empowered in Everyday Life

True Confession: I am incredibly jealous of professional basketball players. My closest friends know this about me: I love all of the unique jerseys, athleisure, fancy shoes, and accessories that professional athletes get to wear. It’s not even about the salary...

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Why You Should Start a Micro Church Movement in Your City

Why You Should Start a Micro Church Movement in Your City

The Growing Need Consider the following.... You and I are sent to Papua New Guinea to reach a small, specific region of the country. Your missionary team discovers that in the section of the country you’ve been assigned, there are 200 different people groups. The goal...

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Christmas Conflict We Can’t Avoid

Christmas Conflict We Can’t Avoid

I’ve never had anyone intentionally try to kill me. But I had a close brush with death years ago on Easter Sunday. Our family was driving along Hwy 287 in Colorado when a driver on a meth-induced joyride swerved into oncoming traffic. His speeding van forced us into a...

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Good Grief

Good Grief

I grieve things late. It’s what I do. While my feelings are worn on my sleeve at all times, there is something about grief that I tend to shy away from. Not the tears – oh, y’all know those come naturally – but maybe it’s naming the loss that is hard for me. Or, the...

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Anniversary Highlight: Lifepointe Church Wake Forest

Anniversary Highlight: Lifepointe Church Wake Forest

Question: Can you name one thing that happened in our world in 2015?  I would highly recommend NOT googling “top news stories in 2015” like I did.  Let me just sum up the top stories for you;  Shootings Plane crash Shootings Terrorist attacks Plane crash Refugee...

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There’s Always Good News

There’s Always Good News

Good News Church recently celebrated its 5th anniversary from our official launch on September 13th, 2015. As I write this, we are still in the midst of a global pandemic. I never would have imaged that our 5th anniversary as a church would be in the middle of such a...

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Six Things to be Thankful for in ‘The Worst Year Ever’

Six Things to be Thankful for in ‘The Worst Year Ever’

We’ve all heard it – “2020 has been the worst year ever.” Starting with the news of horrible brushfires in Australia, 2020 has delivered gut punch after gut punch - and each blow has landed. If ever a year was a dumpster fire, it’s this one. And while it’s good and...

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