Last week’s Friday post was about the four areas of functionality in every church: vision, relationships, programs, and management. I want to continue our discussion concerning our church specifically. Continue reading Who’s Driving the Car? – Part 2
This past Sunday we held our Eighth Annual Synago Family Thanksgiving Supper. We had as many of our youth group families as were available come to the church for one giant family style meal. Six turkeys, two hams, and a million pot luck-style dishes made for a wonderful meal for us to share. Continue reading Gratitude Tree
When life is going well for us, it is easy to gather together and complain about the rising costs of living; to complain about health care and how our government seems to be growing beyond our capacity to support it; to look at life and see the negative things all Continue reading Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart
Following our sermon yesterday morning in our second service, we joined together in the singing of the Doxology. While it is not a song that we often sing in our more modern worship service, it seemed so appropriate to sing it. Continue reading Appreciate Everything
One of our discussions during our Healthy Church Initiative was centered on how a healthy church continues to function. There are four pieces of any church: vision, relationships, programs, and management. Continue reading Who’s Driving the Car?
Sometimes it is okay to say NO!
I always struggle to say no, especially during the holiday season. My absolute favorite time of the year is Christmas. Everything about it brings me great joy; savoring each Continue reading Sometimes It’s Okay to Say No