Recently I wrote a post outlining some of the complaints that are commonly heard this time of year in regards to VBS. You can read that post HERE. I want to do some follow up to that post, addressing each of these complaint specifically. Today I want to look at the complaint that VBS is
As many of you may already know, I have been offered and accepted a position as Director of Preschool and Children’s Ministries at FBC Tallassee in Tallassee, AL. The official vote was yesterday and it went my way. The people of FBC Tallassee have voted to make me a part of their ministry team and
Gary was a friend of my dads when I was a kid. He is a man’s man. I remember him as a hunter and a fisherman. He drove a big 4X4 truck. Basically he was into everything that little boys like. More important than all of that Gary took time to connect with me and
Social media and the internet are potentially powerful tools for ministry. They can connect people that otherwise would never have the opportunity to connect. They can help us, as ministry leaders, to build a network of like-minded people from all over the world. This network can be valuable beyond measure in helping us to become the
As you may know I have been seeking my next ministry position. I felt God leading me to resign my position at my current church. You can read that story HERE. I felt certain that God had me do this in preparation for a full-time ministry position. So, I did just what anyone would do.