Ministry

Starting at Square One

Kristie Kahlden is our contributor today. She is a member of Bayou City Fellowship where she leads a community group with her husband, Kevin. They have two sweet kiddos. Kristie is also co-leading a new ministry to new mothers starting up at Bayou City Fellowship this fall called Square One and will be a place to meet…

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New Year, New Thing

Ann Caballero, our blog writer for today, is a wife, mom, & soon-to-be clinical psychologist. She received her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Wheaton College in 2008 and will graduate with her doctorate in clinical psychology, also from Wheaton, this summer. Her graduate studies have focused on the integration of psychology and theology with…

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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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The One He Loves (by cody andras)

If you haven’t met Cody Andras, you need to. She’s a brilliant writer, a great listener, a deep thinker, an amazing friend and a lady completely devoted to following Jesus with all of her mind, soul and heart for all of her life. As a child, I knew three Bible stories: baby Jesus, baby Moses,…

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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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My Declaration

Madelynn Marlow is a tremendous young woman who attends Bayou City Fellowship and is one of our treasured childcare workers. She is an emaple of a woman that pursues Jesus. Madelynn is a senior at Cy-Woods High School in Cypresss-Fairbanks ISD. She plans to attend Baylor University in the fall. In short, DO NOT TURN…

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