August 27, 2014

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Chapel of Praise to hold Revival Print E-mail

Chapel of Praise, Assembly of God, located at 1562 Hwy 159 North in Falmouth, will be holding revival services Sunday, October 13 - Wednesday, October 16 at the church. Service times will be at 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning, 6 p.m. Sunday evening and 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.

The guest evangelist will be Rev. C.L. Haston of Bonnerdale, Arkansas. Special music will also be provided.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.

For more information, please call 859-654-6006.


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Guide for Identifying the Crazies Print E-mail

When interviewing pastoral candidates to lead a new initiative in church planting, it’s likely that the search committee will ask all the right questions regarding the core skills and gifts a pastor will need to effectively shepherd an established church. However, it has been my experience after serving an established church for five years before embarking on the hazardous but rewarding adventure of church planting two years ago, that the gifts that serve a pastor well in an established congregation, like leading public worship, pastoral care, teaching, and program development, will be virtually useless without a subset of entrepreneurial sensibilities that are easy to spot after the fact but hard to name before.

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Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it. Print E-mail

"Pay Attention. Be Astonished. Tell About it." [1] These were the opening words at a recent worship service I attended at the annual American Theological Library Association conference in Charlotte, N.C. Leighton Ford used this excerpt from a Mary Oliver poem to  preach a thought-provoking sermon entitled "God Is Paying Attention - Are We?"

What about it, how often do we really pay attention, to anything? When was the last time you were truly astonished? If we are honest, in today's hyper-connected world of Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, we tell about everything. These instant messaging tools encourage us to tell all, with no requirement for "paying attention and/or astonishment."

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