Family

Bearing One Another’s Burdens

I have enjoyed looking at the early church the past couple of weeks. The way they chose to live in community and fellowship is an inspiration and example for us today. I love when Acts 2:43 says that people were in “awe” at the way they chose to live their lives together. It goes on…

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Making Your Faith Your Own

Most of us have probably heard the statistics about the alarming percentage of students who leave the faith and the church when they go to college. I could spend a really long time exploring the many theories and suggestions in detail, which would probably make this more of a book than blog entry. So instead,…

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Will You Run For Her?

Since our inaugural day over two years ago,  our Houston church family has linked hand and hand with our Indian family of girls through our global partnership with As Our Own. As Our Own is a Christ-based, community-driven movement in India that rescues vulnerable children from certain enslavement and exploitation, caring for them as our…

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Empowering Students To Serve

  I’ve spoken a lot recently on investing in the next generation. Part of that responsibility is empowering the next generation to walk in their calling as followers of Jesus and we are determined to do just that. We, as a church, believe in our students. So much that we want them to be an active,…

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Bayou City Nights: Trunk or Treat Edition

A couple weeks ago we held our second annual Bayou City Nights: Trunk or Treat Edition! We were glad to once again partner with Cornerstone Family Ministries in Spring Branch. We were also thankful the rain gave us a break to enjoy a fun night out together! There was a lot of excitement to see…

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Parents Matter

Parents today face a multitude of issues while trying to raise Jesus-loving kids.  When walking through difficulties in life, we sometimes feel that we face it alone and are isolated, but that is simply a lie and just not the case. Satan wants nothing more than for Christians, and especially parents, to feel alienated. Jesus…

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