Tag Archives: Kelly Fellows

Operation Christmas Child

A message from Carey Gregory, Church Relations Manager with Operation Christmas Child: Since the beginning of Operation Christmas Child, the partnership of churches has been absolutely foundational as we have sought to serve the missions heart of congregations across the country — providing a simple, practical and powerful tool to share the Gospel around the world. […]

Purity Code

It’s the month of LOVE. And it’s a great time to talk with students about relationships and purity. In 2008, Dr. Jim Burns released a book for teens entitled “The Purity Code: God’s Plan for Sex and Your Body.” The intent is for parents and youth leaders to read the book along with students. The […]

Rebuilding Walls

The family exists, even in it’s imperfections, to display the heart of God to every generation. In this message, Pastor Kelly Fellows, our national NextGen Director, shares an important word about families and how their current condition is impacting this generation.

What’s My Job?

GUEST POST: taken, with permission, from the blog of Kelly Fellows, our Foursquare National NextGen Rep I have many titles: Speaker, Teacher, Pastor, Leader, etc. Some people ask, “So what is it you do?” Well it could be described this way: My job as a pastor and leader in The Church is to“equip the saints for […]

Delicious Side Dishes

This post has been shared from the blog of our National NextGen Rep, Kelly Fellows, with permission. On special occasions, I like to go out to dinner at a well known steak house that is famous for their unique preparation and fine cuts of meat. As wonderful as the steaks are, their “side-dish” selections are exquisite. […]

Vision of the Storm

This post was pulled from our National NextGen Director, Kelly Fellow’s, blog… In the summer of 2011 the Holy Spirit gave me a picture of this generation. The scene was a sandy beach facing west toward the Pacific Ocean. The beach was packed with people all under the age of 25. From babies through young adults. They […]