Thank you to all those who made it out last Sunday for our first summer worship gathering! We had a GREAT night and 3 people surrendered their lives back to their Creator!! If you weren’t able to make it, here’s the first teaching. (We won’t be able to offer this every week so enjoy!)
Our next service will be Sunday, July 24 at 6pm! Below is the Facebook Event Link for your rsvp’s:
I know we live in a consumerist age when we need a little enticement to provoke change. Here’s the deal. If you’re one of the 1st 1,000 people at the Summer Worship Launch this Sunday at 6pm you can breath for free.
That’s it. No free t-shirts or consumerist prizes. When our family moved to Indiana to start Mercy Road we met with the initial team ...
We can figure out so many ways to waste life… talking, checking social media, and watching re-runs of Quantum Leap on Ion T.V. (maybe that’s just me). We all have our favorite life-stealer. (My latest one is Craig’s List…there’s just so many deals!!!) It can be fun while it lasts, but I don’t ever remember being thankful for playing Solitaire for 12 hours.
I’m currently sitting in a Paradise Cafe preparing to share Jaxton’s story for the first time this coming Sunday. It’s a message that’s been growing inside of me since the night of his passing. In the past few minutes, I’ve watched an elderly man read the newspaper alone. I know it’s kind of creepy of me, but I’ve been wondering what that’s like to be towards the end of this adventure of life. He’s likely experienced pain and death numerous ...
We’re in the final 3 months of officially starting Mercy Road. Here’s a video explaining how we intend to start the worship experience and launch the church, including our fall venue and 4 summer worship gatherings!
I can’t believe it’s June 6! A big shout out to my parents for 41 years of marriage today. You deserve mad hi-5′s for putting up with each other that long! (I’m kidding…about “putting up with” each other, they really have been married 41 years!) Truth be told though, many married couples are just “putting up with” their spouses? What would it look like for Indiana marriages to thrive, not just survive?
It’s been a lifetime in the last 9 months. Our family left our lives of comfort in California to start a crazy, new church in Indianapolis, only to find out son number two in the womb had a genetic disorder that was “incompatible with life.” We witness a miracle as Jaxton makes it full-term, lives weeks instead of hours, only to be called home at exactly 2 weeks and 30 minutes of age. Here’s one of my favorite pictures ...