Love the Door Capital Campaign - Chris Praying

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Love the Door Capital Campaign - Chris Praying

Love the Door

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Part 1: Psalm 87 October 08, 2017 - Chris Plekenpol Pastor Chris Plekenpol kicks off the Love the Door sermon series with a look at Psalm 87. Chris will show how God loves the door of the church and the people who walk through it, and how life-change happens when our church is accessible and visible. Love the Door is also the start...

Hope Beyond “Thoughts and Prayers”

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The Las Vegas Tragedy Hope Beyond “Thoughts and Prayers” When I was in college, a friend and his sister were murdered in their home in College Station.  I remember exactly where I was when I found out: I was on a leadership retreat for a camp in southwest Missouri when I got a cryptic text message from someone I didn’t…

Unplugged Church: How should we think about Technology in the Church

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Unplugged Church How should we think about Technology in the Church I lost my laptop charger for a few days this week.  I know it sounds dumb, but it’s the main reason why I haven’t been able to write this post sooner.  I don’t know about you, but it’s incredible how much of my work puts me in front of…

Electric Church: How Should We Think About Technology In the Church

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Electric Church How should we think about Technology in the Church? Back in 2003 I got my first cell phone.  It was by today’s standards barely a toy, but at the time it meant so much: freedom, independence, power, and yes, snake and tiny tiny tetris.  It would be another ten years before I joined the staff at Wells Branch…