Friday, June 22, 2018

The Christian & a Used Battering Ram

Would you consider becoming an Equip "Prayer Warrior"?  Battle axes sold separately, but you will be part of a "team" of ours that...
  • receive shortirregular "prayer-flash" emails and/or texts (additional to regular newsletters and updates). 
  • won't receive several of them a week or anything, but more often than current updates, and they'll come at urgent & opportune times!
The idea is to increase the size of our heavenly battering ram (Matt 11:12; Lk 18:1-8).  Would you considering grabbing hold & standing by to swing?


If so, just move your "cursor" over these words here!

Thank you for considering!

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

One Year, 100 photos, 2 Minutes

I stumbled upon this little app that you can take a quick snapshot of a video/photo of every day and smash it together.  It's kinda cool, cause I thought "Why can't I use it for just ministry stuff and give people a super-fast snapshot of what we did this past year?"  Then I answered myself out-loud, "there's no reason why not." 

So, enjoy!

ps. The only catch is that this video doesn't* have everything, since I don't always take pictures of our Large Group meetings, for instance, among other things.  But, it's got lots (plus my kids).

Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Beginning of Summer

Is "S".

There is a newsletter in the works and all sorts of other goodies in the pipeline in the coming weeks.  The spring semester was great in lots of ways.  Ministry seemed to be blessed by God these past few months.

But this post is merely a request for prayer for summer.  Summer is great in lots of ways, but one thing it is not* is as structured.  I could burn the calendar and still be able to cope if I wanted to...which isn't good.  It's not that there isn't lots to do (there is), but the urgency of lots of the normal things is less, and it's simply such a hard turn from school-year ministry where there's always students around to just a handful of students and everything else is done for a few weeks. 

So, please pray for me?  Pray that God would really grant discipline in investing in what I ought and pouring into what I ought.