Monthly Archives: September 2012

Jesus and Sinners

If I’m honest, although I try not to be, I struggle with people different from me. Whether it be politically, culturally, socioeconomically, morally, religiously, or otherwise, I find it easier to be around and relate with people like me. When … Continue reading

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Truth + Lack of Integrity = Contradiction

Have you ever met someone who did all the “right Christian things” but who lacked integrity?  He goes to church more than anyone you know.  He teaches Sunday School or is on staff at the church.  He communicates “truth” relentlessly … Continue reading

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Hurricane Isaac Relief Update

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast with unimaginable force.  The eye of the hurricane actually hit in Pearlington, MS.  This small town was virtually wiped out by the storm but has since recovered.  In the following years, Pearlington … Continue reading

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Hurricane Isaac Relief

It is amazing to see the effects of Hurricane Isaac.  Although just a Category 1 Hurricane, it sat over Southern Louisiana for hours.  Outside of New Orleans, flooding led to some people getting over 2 feet of water in their … Continue reading

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SOLA Website

As many of you know, we are passionate about reaching college students across New Orleans and Southern Louisiana (SOLA).  Our ministry is different because we really try to equip students to take ownership of reaching their campus.  We desire to … Continue reading

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In-reach vs. Outreach

Christ calls us as his Body to “go and make disciples of all nations.” He also commands us to love one another. How do we as a local gathering of believers decide how much time and resources to put into … Continue reading

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