Exodus is in the process of appointing Deacons who will serve Jesus by assisting the elders to accomplish the mission of the Church. In a previous post, I wrote about two primary concerns our men have: Time and Responsibility. While I have heard the same concerns from women, these are not their primary concerns. The foremost concerns from women are about perception.... Read More →
Exodus is in the process of appointing Deacons who will serve Jesus by assisting the elders to accomplish the mission of the Church. We are really excited about this and looking forward to the men and women God has for us in these roles.
As I engage with men who are considering serving in this way, I hear two primary concerns our men have: Time and Responsibility.
A guest post by Aaron Wilson…
Do you know what the most frequently used word is in a Christian’s vocabulary? It’s not what you’d first guess, a word like faith, hope or love. In fact, even though it’s a word you’ll likely recite over 74,000 times in your life, there’s a good chance you’re not sure what it means.... Read More →
“I just want to know where I fit. I feel like an extra piece in God’s puzzle box.”
I’ve heard this sentiment from middle school students, college freshmen, stay-at-home moms, middle-aged men, those with “a crown of wisdom,” and everyone in between. All of these people were looking for something. Anyone who asks this question wants to know where they fit in God’s story in the world.... Read More →
A guest post by Bubba Hines
In our study of Jonah, we see God speak of judging the Ninevites. When they repent, we see God’s mercy and grace abound as He withholds that judgment. This provides the opportunity to ask the question, “Does God change His mind?”
If you remember when we preached through Exodus, Brian Lowe addressed the same question from Exodus 32:11–14.... Read More →
One of the things many struggle to grasp is how divine sovereignty and human responsibility go together. How can God be in control of the world while at the same time we make choices that we are responsible for? This question continues to baffle minds and hearts.