Yearly Archives : 2012

Snark, Crackle, Pop Culture: Sandy Hook

Snark, Crackle, Pop Culture: Sandy Hook

Even in a dark world, a light of hope shines. Continue reading

0 Comments / 33 View / December 21, 2012

Betwixt: The Slowly Deflating Youth Group

Betwixt: The Slowly Deflating Youth Group

When doubt about your role in working with you creeps in, we find hope in Jesus. Continue reading

0 Comments / 58 View / December 19, 2012

Road to the Gathering: To Fly or Not To Fly

Road to the Gathering: To Fly or Not To Fly

To fly or to drive? Continue reading

0 Comments / 22 View / December 19, 2012

Real Outreach: Who’s Teaching You?

Real Outreach: Who’s Teaching You?

Are you learning outreach practices from people who are doing outreach well? Continue reading

0 Comments / 49 View / December 19, 2012

On Campus: Waiting

On Campus: Waiting

On a Christian Campus My first semester of junior year is almost over. Thanksgiving has come and gone; Advent and Christmas are coming soon. By the time this part of the semester comes and finals arrive, I long for Christmas…

0 Comments / 21 View / December 18, 2012

Bible Study: I’m Not a Robot

Bible Study: I’m Not a Robot

The song “Robot” by Trip Lee gives a great look at the problem of original sin and the freedom found in Christ. Continue reading

0 Comments / 133 View / December 18, 2012

Lectionary Notes on Luke 1:39-45

Lectionary Notes on Luke 1:39-45

Jesus has come as King and Lord, bringing good gifts with Him. Continue reading

0 Comments / 32 View / December 18, 2012

Devotion: The Candles of Joy and Love

The Christmas message of joy and love is one we especially need these days. Continue reading

0 Comments / 196 View / December 18, 2012

Because You are Young: In My Attitude

Because You are Young: In My Attitude

Talking about our problems is our greatest addiction. Break the Habit. Talk about your Joys. Rita Schiano Let’s face it; sometimes life isn’t what we thought it was going to be. Our high school years were spent looking forward to…

0 Comments / 14 View / December 12, 2012

Figuring it Out: Witnessing – As Easy as Posting a Picture of a Cat?

Figuring it Out: Witnessing – As Easy as Posting a Picture of a Cat?

Is there a limit to the amount of baby or animal posts from one individual on Facebook? According to Baratunde Thurston in a comical take on acceptable social media practices, it’s forty-seven. In this radio conversation we hear why certain…

0 Comments / 37 View / December 12, 2012