I Was the One
When Steve Andrews from Memphis, Tennessee met Dave Wilson from Findlay, Ohio and Mark Nelson from Lapeer, Michigan, I don’t...CONTINUE READING
Zoom meetings—the good, bad and ugly.
The lessons behind the screen
The last few months have been filled with screens and images of our family, friends, and co-workers trying to connect...CONTINUE READING
3 Ways Your Small Group Can Ruin the Return to “Normal”
Adapted from the blog written by Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas https://www.watermark.org/blog/community-return After weeks of stay-at-home orders and restrictions...CONTINUE READING
It is so important that we don’t disconnect our lives from history. It would be a great tragedy to disconnect ourselves from the victories and failures of our ancestors. In Memphis in the 60s, I grew up in a society that celebrated the victories and didn’t recognize the failures. To do this is to go through life sleep-walking. Our goal as human beings has to be to continually become more and more awake. -Steve Andrews