Unity Is Imperative Over the last decade here in Sandpoint I have found that this is one of the most open, loving and caring communities that I have ever seen or had the privilege of calling home. When I was called to Sandpoint I church shopped and looked around for where I was going to
Convoy of Hope Tomorrow is a banner day of hope for Bonner County as a handful of Christian Churches from Bonner and Boundary County have teamed up with local community members, service providers and servants to bring a poverty free day to the region. Many wonder about why we would want to invest so much
Taking Off the Blinders It has been a hectic and wild ride for those whose minds and lives have been impacted by the major shifts to our public policies of late. I have found that the most interesting part of the rhetoric and the outcry has been a very weird mix of Patriotism and Christianity.
God’s Perspective I was recently traveling across the country and as I sat some however-many thousand feet (I confess I never pay attention to the notifications) I am reminded of the magnitude of God. I had been reading the latest book that is on the top of my “must-reads” that are given to me often,
Prayer Evangelism When Jesus was walking on the earth with His disciples, He often challenged them with the concepts of the Kingdom of God that flew in the face of the natural course of thinking. We see that Jesus entrusted much to His disciples and He chose to entrust those who would betray Him with
Super Bowl of Prayer This Sunday is the Super Bowl and if you are anything like me (raised in the Pacific Northwest) there is only one football team to root for whether you like them or not and that is the Seattle Seahawks. I grew up a fan of the Boz, and was in shock