Reflecting on the Pillar Unite Conference 2017

As I reflect back on this past week of events with The Pillar Unite Conference I’m very thankful for the partnership that exists between our churches and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The Pillar Network is comprised of churches that define their like-mindedness around these 6 key characteristics: We proclaim the gospel of our Sovereign Lord […]

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The Weekly Amen

The Weekly Amen is a list of articles, videos, and other resources that I’ve recognized as content we want to “Amen”. This content will come from various platforms and highlight various perspectives on topics that affect the Church’s collective witness and contributes to influencing our emphasis on the Great Commission here at the CGCS A […]

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The Weekly Amen

The Weekly Amen is a list of articles, videos, and other resources that I’ve recognized as content we want to “Amen”. This content will come from various platforms and highlight various perspectives on topics that affect the Church’s collective witness and contributes to influencing our emphasis on the Great Commission here at the CGCS.   […]

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The Little Things Make the Biggest Differences

Last week I pointed out how observing the ant in Proverbs 6 could make us more effective evangelists. This week I look at the back half of Proverbs 6:6—11 and point out some important lifestyle pointers for ministers and missionaries. Go to the ant, you slacker! Observe its ways and become wise. Without leader, administrator, […]

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The Missionary Call

“To know the will of God, we need an open Bible and an open map.” William Carey We are all commanded to Go and Tell but it is the “to whom” and “to where” that we have to answer. Nik Ripken writes in his book The Insanity of Obedience that “Our conversations about call should […]

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An Introduction to my Old Friend

I am writing to introduce you to an old friend. I have known this friend for over 30 years, but recently he has become the victim of bullying, neglect, and even outright abuse. Together we have fought battles, endured trials, and won victories. Oh the places we have seen! Honestly, I owe a lot to […]

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Ministering to Military and Their Families over the Holidays

Guest Writer: Jim Dell, Senior Military Liaison at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary  When you think about Christmas and the holiday season, certain things tend to come to mind; presents, Jesus, time with friends and family, among other things. But some families will spend this season without their loved ones, I am referring to those families […]

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