Are we concerned enough with recycling our hearts?
You are not a “Justa…..” anything.
You’re job is big, but spend less time building a program and more time listening to how God is speaking to them and through them.
About Cynthia Crane: As a veteran children’s minister, Cynthia attends and serves at Beachpoint Church in Fountain Valley, California. She offers insight and ideas for how to reach kids in meaningful and energetic ways in conferences and camps across the country.Read More
“It’s not the mountain we conquer ourselves but ourselves.” – Sir Edmond Hillary
You Have Been ENABLEDRead More
God gives us victory. The Bible doesn’t say God gave us victory. It’s not about what He did. It’s about what He’s doing.
Victory is success achieved against opposition.
If you want to claim the victory, you have to claim the struggle.
The struggle you are going through isn’t because God is punishing you, it’s because He is preparing you.Read More
What Do We Know?
Stats on Modern Families.
Changing the Culture: The Master's Plan
Speak Their Language
- Eliminate phrases like (that's so gay; your “real” mom/dad; your “real” kids; gave her up for adoption)
- Eliminate “”Give this your mom or ad.”
- Careful what you offer and how you advertise it
Go to them
What Is a Crisis?
Radical chane of status in a person’s life. Unusual instability.
Important to determine the tipping point that makes a situation a crisis
Crisis: A time of danger, a time of opportunity
Death of a SpouseRead More
I didn’t get to hear a lot from Jason Grey at the conference due to limited time, but I liked what I did hear. They did teach me something new as an intro to the second song. The name of God “YHWH” represents the “breath sounds” of the Hebrew language. So, what if the name of God is represented by our very breathing? Make sure to check out “The Sound of Our Breathing.” I love a musical artist who also makes me think!
About Jasob Grey: Jason Gray has emerged as a songwriter of extraordinary depth, with a noteworthy ability to convey deep theological truths in engaging three-and-a-half minute songs. The Minnesota native is steadily drawing legions of fans who recognize his ability to connect with listeners on an emotional level, offering not escape or distraction, but healing and hope. His 2012 release, “A Way To See In The Dark”, was named Album of the Year by critics and garnered three top-five radio singles, including Nothing is Wasted, which hit #1 for nine weeks.
The title of Jason Gray’s newest Centricity Music release, “Love Will Have the Final Word”, speaks of decisiveness and closure. It’s a statement of confidence and determination. And it’s true: we live in the assurance that through all of our ups and downs, the ultimate victory has been won for us, and Love has spoken.Read More