Having a relationship with Jesus presses all of my “Do not want to be vulnerable” buttons. Knowing him requires learning to follow him, depend on him, surrender to him, submit to him, trust that he knows better than I do and believe that he knows what’s best for me even when I can’t see my way.
It’s a part of our world that most of us don’t see. The idea that we can carry on our lives completely disconnected from this horrific reality disturbs me. How can such an intricately connected world still be so disconnected in some ways?
Tomorrow, April 9th is being called Shine a Light on Slavery Day.
Will you join us in bringing attention to a tragedy that collectively we can bring change to?
When leaders engage for a purpose, history can be changed for forever. Let’s change it for the good!
Leaders identify a problem and are compelled to find a solution.
This documentary is an example of some great leaders in action. So grateful for the work that Kay Warren is doing with the HIV/AIDS Initiative and proud of Pete and these other pastors who are engaging the issue.
If you’re a leader, you understand the importance of vision casting. You frequently have to remind those you lead why they do what they do. You remind them of how every task, no matter how seemingly insignificant, ties back to the vision of your church or organization. It’s leadership 101.
You’ve likely worked hard to develop the skill of vision casting. Great leaders are masters of this art.
But how good are you at vision casting to yourself?
What a beautiful day of celebrating the stories, memories and events of the past six years here.
And although I’ve spent nearly two years on our relocation it still seems surreal that this Sunday we’ll worship in our new building. I’m pretty sure my worship will be in the form of a blubbering mess!
If the Cross Point Nashville campus is your home, here are the details you need to know to be prepared for this Sunday:
Today I was excited to share the date for the Cross Point Nashville campus relocation. This project has been so stretching and so faith-building for all of us! It’s hard to believe that we’re just one month away from moving to our new place.
On March 24th Cross Point Nashville will hold our first service at the new location.
My dear friend Lindsey Nobles and an amazing team of bloggers are in Bangladesh right now with Food for the Hungry. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the work that they are doing, you gotta take a few minutes…
They have just a few days left of their trip and I know that they could use your prayers and encouragement to finish well. Pray for health, safety, strength, good rest, emotional endurance and perspective to help them process all that they have experienced.