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20Jul 2018

Lessons from Vacation

Hi all! It's been a while since I've written a blog, but always hoping to get back on the grind and pump out more Friday content regularly. The last two weeks, Lauren (my wife), Maverick (my son), and I were on vacation and we got back at 3:30am on Wednesday

31May 2018

Summer of Overflow

Hi friends, church leaders, and TBC members: Here are some quick thoughts/tips around the fast approaching summer and how you can have an enjoyable, restful, and strong summer season --  First and foremost, I am so excited to get some much needed rest this summer season. Lauren and I are

24May 2018

Amateur Vs. Pro

“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.” -Red Adair

18May 2018

Determine The Burden

I have a problem. I’m sure many leaders have a similar one. It’s really hard to manage the tension of this problem because as a Christian leader I am constantly balancing ‘working’ for God and growing His church. It’s also not fun to admit I have a problem. However, change

20Mar 2018

Please Touch, Week 3 (notes)

Please Touch Series, Week 3 “Don’t let go, unless …” 3/18/18 I think this is the best message of the series, so far. If you missed it, I really encourage you to watch it and follow along with the notes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFxhaSUsSFs Main Thought: I was thinking about our journey with God.

13Mar 2018

Please Touch, Week 2 (notes)

Below are my notes and video of week 2 in our series, Please Touch that goes along with our 40 days of fasting and prayer. The title of this particular sermon is called, "When In Doubt." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUx6wiCN40c&t=923s Main Thought: There’s a pattern in our culture and in our humanity that

2Mar 2018

Time Wasters

"Never let somebody waste your time, twice." -Unknown Every leader will face incredible obstacles. Every great leader will overcome these obstacles through remarkable motivation, innovation, tenacity, and perseverance. I also believe that every leader will face different challenges at each level of their leadership. For progressing leaders, what seemed like

15Feb 2018

Love Won (notes)

Sunday was really amazing and I could sense the sermon ministering to people all through the day. At our church in the city, we have a lot of walkers and it's crazy to think we had our highest non-event weekend attendance ever on a VERY rainy day. Thank God! I

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