Monthly Archives: July 2013

30 07, 2013

Don’t read this if you are comfortable in your ministry

July 30th, 2013|Nehemiah|

I hope this writing finds you doing well and enjoying the spiritual fruit that ministry in the summertime brings with it.  While schedules are often sporadic and lack a 'normal' weekly routine, they also bring opportunities for extended periods of time with students at camps, retreats, mission trips, boating at the lake, and the like.  Many of [...]

25 07, 2013

Uniting the Local Body of Christ to Influence the School with the Gospel

July 25th, 2013|Nehemiah|

It has been said that 'timing is everything, but it's not the only thing'.  Remember that as you continue to follow God and walk into this new school year.  As the year starts, there will be moments filled with pressure to speed through to an 'end'.  Whether your end is to launch three new clubs, get your Initiation Team together, or [...]

9 07, 2013

Amber is not your typical parent

July 9th, 2013|Nehemiah|

Amber is not your typical youth group mom. She had recently gotten involved with the youth group at her church as her oldest son was entering into middle school.  As Amber's involvement grew, she began to notice that her son's influence for the Gospel was playing a far greater role on his school campus then it [...]

3 07, 2013

Finding Fulfillment this 4th of July.

July 3rd, 2013|Nehemiah|

Thanks to Brad Schelling, I had the opportunity to be the speaker last week at "HIS Work Camp" in Knoxville,TN.  (I'm sure he was biting his fingernails when I got up to speak!)  HIS Work Camp is a mission opportunity for the Reformed Church in America of the Great Plains Region. What a great group [...]