Biblical Perspectives, Guest Post
The Ultimate Blessing

by Chris Tippins The beatitudes remind us that, as believers, we live in the “already, not yet.”  While we can and do experience the blessing of God’s promises now, the ultimate blessing and promise is of a future and eternal glory, which is yet to come. True blessing and comfort is found in eternal peace

Back from Africa!

THANK YOU for your prayers for us these past three weeks. What an amazing and fruitful mission trip we had in Zimbabwe and Kenya! We will share a full report soon of what all the Lord did. But for now we’ll just mention a few highlights: 20 publicly trusted Christ as Savior. We trained over

Africa, missions
August Africa Trip Update!

We just finished up our Intensive School in Zimbabwe!! We had an amazing time of fellowship, worshiping, learning about biblical worship, and musical training with over 150 leaders from 11 Africa nations.  Picture below is our Africa Director, Donald (right) with a worship leader from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kayemba (left).  Kayemba traveled over 3500 kilometers (2200 miles) to attend

Biblical Perspectives, Guest Post
Hang On

by Christopher Tippins Some days you may feel like you’re hanging on for dear life.  Keep hanging on!  But also… let go.  Let go of trying to control.  Let go of trying to keep it all together.  Let go of managing everything on your own. There is a popular message lately which says, “You can do

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Update from Africa

Greetings friends! Thank you for your continued prayers for our 2019 Africa Mission. It’s hard to put into a few words what the Lord has brought together for this incredible mission effort. As I write I am sitting in a mission house in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. It’s early on Friday morning. The rest of the team

Church, Leadership

By Dwayne Moore The following is the third a three part post on the five things worship leaders need for great stage presence. For part 2 of the post, click here! 5. Authenticity Another vital characteristic is authenticity. This is a really important one. It’s subjective idea, because people can’t know your heart when you’re on

Church, Leadership
What Worship Leaders Need for Great Stage Presence Cont. (Part 2)

By Dwayne Moore The following is the second a three part post on the five things worship leaders need for great stage presence. For part 1 of the post, go here! 3. Communication There are several ways we can communicate as we stand on the platform. To most effective, our team needs understand what each

Church, Leadership, Updates
What Worship Leaders Need for Great Stage Presence (Part 1)

By Dwayne Moore The following is the first a three part post on “What Worship Leaders Need” for Great Stage Presence: In 1 Samuel 16, God instructed Samuel to go to Bethlehem where he would meet up with Jesse and anoint one of his sons to be the next king of Israel. Jesse had several

God Reigns, God Wins, God’s Will, God’s Way

By Suzanne Provagna The curve ball.  As many times as I get thrown the curve ball, it always catches me by surprise.  I know it doesn’t catch Jesus Christ, my Savior, as a surprise and if I could just remember that, it would make a big difference.  Last Sunday, I sensed God speaking these four truths to me.      

Biblical Perspectives, missions
God is on the Move Around the World

In May, we learned one of our free resources, Building Strong Worship Leaders, was translated into Vietnamese. This was quite a shock considering we had no idea a church in Hanoi had taken on this huge task. The following quote is from the website which offers the free Vietnamese version: For churches, building a strong