Bravehearts

by Wednesday, 26 April 2017 19:19

Mighty Men of God VIII: MMOG vs. Rogue Warrior

Early Saturday morning, the brothers suited up as Jedi warriors and took their positions in Camp Walter Johnson to welcome in 28 fathers and 40 sons to Mighty Men of God 8: MMOG vs. Rogue Warrior. These fathers and sons had journeyed from Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, Fayetteville, Greensboro and even as far as Columbia, South Carolina, to embark on this adventure!

by Monday, 23 January 2017 21:18

Hiking the Trail

Hiking! There is something about that word that I love. It is full of enthusiasm and adventure. I love the word because of the incredible memories I have had being in God's creation. There are so many metaphors that come to mind as I walk purposely down a trail, following a map or the signs placed along the way. The metaphor that resonates with me the most is the parable of the narrow and wide gates.

by Saturday, 25 April 2015 15:26

Your Next Family Trip

As the daddy-daughter dances wrap up for the year, warmer temperatures give families opportunities to spend time outdoors. Family camping trips with fishing boating and hiking are all family favorites. There is a lot of planning that goes into family vacations to make sure it will be fun and memorable. I wonder if Jesus was thinking the same thing when he revealed himself to his disciples. They already called him "Master," but they did not see who he really was.

by Monday, 16 February 2015 01:14

Valentine's Day, The Daddy Daughter Dance Way

The Milwaukee Church Of Christ, led by Mark and Ruth Kang, continue a tradition started five years ago. Each year when the temperatures are freezing, and the snow is swirling up the streets, church members' hearts are once again glowing with love, as the annual Fathers and Daughters Dance is held for all to enjoy.

by Friday, 02 January 2015 10:43

Certificate In Spiritual Leadership

It is 2015! With a New Year comes new goals and dreams. We seek to understand where God is leading us and are open to new possibilites.

Even with new goals and dreams, we are hesitant to take action because or just don't know where to begin. The biggest fear I have is feeling incompetent and wishing I had someone to lead me, train me, teach me, and inspire me to reach my new goals.

by Wednesday, 08 October 2014 15:19

Virginia Teen Featured in Paper for Planned Year of Service

Editor's note: The following article was published here by the South Lakes Sentinel, the newspaper of South Lakes High School in Reston, Virginia.

Through the Virginia Church of Christ Around the World, senior Noah Kreider has worked with homeless shelters and recreational centers around the country mentoring kids.
by Thursday, 11 September 2014 13:49

Bible Study App

With there being apps for everything else, we now have an app for studying the bible with people.
1st Principals is an app that you may download at the App Store. It is only available for iphone, ipad, and
ipod devices.

Several North American Churches have their study series for download. There is now a sale going on.
Buy 2 study series for $.99 each and download the others for free.



                                                                       Click Here to Purchase



by Wednesday, 13 August 2014 12:39

Jeff Balsom Memorial Softball Tournament

Another year has gone by and it is time again to get ready for the Jeff Balsom Memorial Softball Tournament. Jeff loved playing ball and took it upon himself to organize an annual tournament for the churches in the Midwest. His legacy lives on through the tournament scheduled for this weekend, August 16, 2014

by Friday, 13 June 2014 15:19

Why I Love My Dad: My Home in the Palm of Your Hand

Editor's note: The following is one of the third place entries in the "Why I Love My Dad" series. Click here for more >

I made my home in the palm of your hand. I wrote my name along your heart vein. There are invisible threads that tether me to you no matter how far I go: China, Fort Collins, the mountains and all the spaces in between. Threads I can trace to remember sweet memories, words of wisdom, and moments of gratitude. They are threads I can trace back to the man that captured me in warmth the day I was brought forth.  
by Friday, 13 June 2014 14:54

Why I Love My Dad: Thankful for the Past and Present

Editor's note: The following is one of the third place entries in the "Why I Love My Dad" series. Click here for more >

Daddy,

I was searching for a different photo, but I am so grateful I found this one. This is how I longed to remember you and me. I remember you being as handsome as Tom Cruise, smiling and strong. You were my hero who had me on top of the world, safe, and on a great adventure.

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