Unending Change Within

Posted by Kendal Hommes on

As we follow Jesus, we discover that He makes life better … and we get better at life. It truly and deeply changes us, and that change is never done. I’ve been a coach since I was in college. The very first team I coached was a middle school baseball team. I had about 30 guys and...

Ongoing Habits of Generosity and Service

Posted by Anthony Alvino on

We might have heard it said, that those who can, do.  And those who can do more, volunteer. That is something that was modeled for me by my parents, and it’s something I want to model for my girls.  Whether it’s serving on a Point Crew team at church, being a Watch Dog Dad...

What’s automatically important in your life?

Posted by Phil EuBank on

Mortgage, car payment, utilities, netflix...what’s so important in your life that paying for it is automatic? More and more, we make the most important financial commitments the type of things that happen without having to remember, or maybe even forgetting about. I can remember shortly...

Consistent Investment in my Key 3 Relationships

Posted by Rudy Tamez on

When I look back in my life, I am thankful for David and Pam, my mom and dad, and Sam and Sylvia.  These people loved and invested in me when I was far from God and stubbornly doing things my own way.  I am grateful for the patience they showed me when I was stupid, the persistence in...

Weekly time in Worship

Posted by Charlie Lane on

If you’re anything like me, you intend to spend more time with the Lord throughout the day, but realize (while brushing your teeth before bed) that you forgot. You hardly talked to him all day, save a few desperate, hardly conscious “helps” and “pleases.” How...

Daily Time with God

Posted by Lisa Alvino on

The depth of my time with God and the Bible were consistently crammed into two to three services per year when I was growing up - Christmas, Easter, and sometimes Mother’s Day. I honestly didn’t know I could have more time than that, and I definitely didn’t know that I needed...

New Care Pastor

Posted by Ben Ramsey on

I have known since I was 15 years old that I was meant to work in ministry. I had been feeling the quiet tug on my heart to surrender my life to full-time ministry for some time, but God remained patiently persistent in his pursuit for my life’s purpose. After that quiet day, in a cold...

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