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Welcome Others: Caring For Orphans

Welcome Others: Caring For Orphans

“Do you have an extra seat at your table?” This was the question TN Kids Belong asked, and the one that ultimately led us to become foster parents. I couldn’t unsee the two empty chairs at our table every time we sat down to have a meal.

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God in the Mundane

God in the Mundane

When you read the Christmas story do you ever wonder why it’s so modest? Think about it, the King of Kings, Lord of all creation, Savior of the world, God Himself, is making His first appearance on earth in the flesh, His “debut” so to speak, and He comes as a newborn. Not even a newborn of a family with status, but a newborn to a 15 year old in a small country town that no one was thinking about. But then again, that’s the Kingdom of God, right?

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Welcome Others: Caring For Orphans

Welcome Others: Caring For Orphans

“Do you have an extra seat at your table?” This was the question TN Kids Belong asked, and the one that ultimately led us to become foster parents. I couldn’t unsee the two empty chairs at our table every time we sat down to have a meal.

read more
God in the Mundane

God in the Mundane

When you read the Christmas story do you ever wonder why it’s so modest? Think about it, the King of Kings, Lord of all creation, Savior of the world, God Himself, is making His first appearance on earth in the flesh, His “debut” so to speak, and He comes as a newborn. Not even a newborn of a family with status, but a newborn to a 15 year old in a small country town that no one was thinking about. But then again, that’s the Kingdom of God, right?

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Reflections on the Immersive Van Gogh Experience

Reflections on the Immersive Van Gogh Experience

Recently I visited the Van Gogh immersive experience in Nashville with my wife Jacelyn. We loved it. Then I went a second time with the team I work with and I loved it all over it again. They were both unique experiences. The externals were the same, but internally I processed the visits very differently.

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Welcome Others: Lead with Love

Welcome Others: Lead with Love

I’m not going to lie, hospitality is not always easy, especially when you are trying to demonstrate it to people you might not get along with. I get it, but we are not called to only show love, generosity and hospitality to our closest friends. As believers, we are called to show these things to everyone we encounter.

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A Closer Look at Human Trafficking

A Closer Look at Human Trafficking

Today – July 30th, is The World Day against Trafficking in Persons. This day is meant to raise awareness about the situation of human trafficking victims and meant to promote and protect the rights of trafficking victims.

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