I have recently taken up fly fishing. I’m not very good at it yet, so if you are looking for tips or tricks, this is not your post! But I have come to understand many things through the process of learning this new-to-me way of fishing. You see, I grew up fishing on a lake with […]
There is simply no environment quite like camp. Regardless of the setting or season in which the camp program takes place, camp is a catalytic environment for true-life transformation. There are countless stories and testimonies of what God has done, and continues to do at camp that need to be heard. We are excited to […]
We’re all professional Nextgen ministers here. Or at least, we want to pretend to be right? In my personal efforts to be more professional I sometimes study. In my personal studies, the other day I found out that the word “deadline” doesn’t mean what I thought it did! I thought it meant something like, “Bring […]
D6 Days is a free, online conference for NextGen pastors and leaders who believe in the importance of family ministry. Hear from several top class speakers on the subject. Watch the promo video and Register now at the official D6 website.
REGISTER FOR FREE DISCUSSION QUESTIONS – (COMING SOON) WATCH ONLINE WHAT IS PRACTITIONERS? 2015 Spring Event: Choose Your Adventure The Live, Online Event will be streamed Saturday, May 2nd @ 12 pm EST and again at 3 pm EST, and can be accessed by visiting the “Watch Online” link above. A FREE livestream.com account is required to view the […]
This is part 4 and the conclusion of a series where we discuss some things I learned while watching the movie “The Mighty Ducks”. Feel free to catch up by reading part 1, HERE, part 2, HERE, and part 3, HERE. I grew up in Wyoming so I don’t know much about hockey. I believe […]
Each Sunday, in our middle school service, we have our students break up into small groups and tell each other their highs and lows of the week. “Highs” being the awesome things: friends visiting, passing a test, receiving an award — “lows” being the not-so-great pieces of their week: a fight with a sibling, or an embarrassing fall during a basketball […]
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The celebration of Easter is an enormously large part of our lives as followers of Jesus. As a child, I remember hunting for hard-boiled eggs in the house (the blue one was always in a blue vase), being baptized on Easter Sunday in 1979, and receiving a white bunny from a neighbor. But I have […]