Close Menu X
Navigate

Pastor's Blog

Pastor's Blog

Subscribe to the RSS Feed
  • Featured Posts
  • All Posts

So Why Plant a Church?

We are a month away from launching our 2nd church plant and here's a little description about how and why we do it...

Keep Reading

Prioritize Corporate Worship During Passion Week

beach_sunrise_header

The Passion Week, aka the week leading up to Easter, usually presents the church with extra opportunities to gather for corporate worship. I am merely suggesting that we should take advantage of those opportunities. ...

Keep Reading
2

Why Reproducing is Mission Critical

A few words on why "reproducing" can't be an optional part of the mission. It should go without saying, but here are a few words to why it should not be left "unsaid" ...

Keep Reading

The Ancient Roots of Thanksgiving

Did you know the regular practice of enjoying a big meal once a year vastly precedes 1621? In fact, we can find it being practiced nearly 3,000 years ago in Scripture, and many people think this ancient biblical holiday is what originally influenced the first Thanksgiving meal that took place on our soil in the 1600's. The Feast of Booths (or Feast of Tabernacles) was ins...

Keep Reading

Having conversations with people who are not "Right, like ME"

If you watch the news or engage any areas of social media or just look around, it is clear that there are areas of racial tension and injustice in this nation and many of these issues have been polarizing in the church rather than bringing unity. It is nearly impossible to engage the topic without offending someone who sees things differently. It is further complicated b...

Keep Reading

The Gospel and Race: On Earth as It Is in Heaven

If you watch the news or engage any areas of social media or just look around, it is clear that there are areas of racial tension and injustice in this nation and many of these issues have been polarizing in the church rather than bringing unity. It is nearly impossible to engage the topic without offending someone who sees things differently. It is further complicated b...

Keep Reading

Thoughts to Consider As We Discuss Racial Tension and Injustice

If you watch the news or engage any areas of social media or just look around, it is clear that there are areas of racial tension and injustice in this nation and many of these issues have been polarizing in the church rather than bringing unity. It is nearly impossible to engage the topic without offending someone who sees things differently. It is further complicated b...

Keep Reading

How do we as a church wisely address the racial tension and injustice in our nation?

Pastor's Blog Header

If you watch the news or engage any areas of social media or just look around, it is clear that there are areas of racial tension and injustice in this nation and many of these issues have been polarizing in the church rather than bringing unity. It is nearly impossible to engage the topic without offending someone who sees things differently. It is further complicated b...

Keep Reading
2

Why no, we're not a "home-schooling church"...

Pastor's Blog

We take a look at our church's role in Christian education. It is an area that often has more questions than answers, so rather than looking at the macro, I will leave that to the "experts" while I try to share a non-experts thoughts on an important matter. ...

Keep Reading
1

Brick Church Plant (Q#2): Why plant another "Redeemer Fellowship"?

TRANSCRIPT BELOW: I was born and raised in Georgia, in the deep south. One of the unique things about the state of Georgia is it's number of counties - 154 counties in all. This number is second only to the number of counties in Texas, a state more than double its size. New Jersey also has something unique about it - we have 565 municipalities. This is a very large n...

Keep Reading
Subscribe