You’re invited to be a part! Beginning January 2018 and for the next five months you can learn from 10 leading missiologist, authors, and missional practitioners — and never leave the DFW metroplex! When you become a Forge Dallas missionary...
Meet my friend Summer Cromartie. She along with husband Matt and kiddos Jack & Jesse are the real deal! They are living out the life of Jesus in their Valley Ranch neighborhood via missional rhythms and practices. Get this, they...
It’s been one of those weeks. One friend posted of an experience of when reading aloud in church Jesus Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7), having a parishioner storm out citing “liberal propaganda”. In addition I also watched a national...
Has it been three years already? It HAS — and in the words of most founders of any organization, be it for profit or non-profit as is the case of Loving Community, it’s been the hardest thing and the...
I love a good party. Count me in! I also love a good “Top Ten” list. So combining the two, below is my“Top Ten Celebrations" I’ve been part of in the past ten days. Now in fairness, there’s not...
This Good Friday found me out way past my normal bedtime. We were with friends we don't see often enough. Our reminiscing and laughter was life giving. The glow of the fire pit and hospitality of good wine enchanting....
I can almost always see it coming. A Community Pastor, huh? Then with curious facial expressions come the predictable questions. “So what church do you pastor? Where do you meet?” Early on in my role as a Community Pastor I...
I gave up my office four years ago and haven’t looked back. Like many others in our “good to great” society I toiled to accumulate the status trophies of success, one being the bigger better office. And applying myself,...
People are drawn to the light. I suppose bugs are too, but I digress. :) Have you ever been on an airplane at night and looking down see the lights of a distant city? Pretty cool, huh? The glow...
One of my favorite Nyanja words is “Katundu,” which roughly translated means “stuff.” Recently, I was reminded of just how much stuff we have. We moved about 4 years ago and got rid of a lot of katundu, but...