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
Forgiving This Father’s Day
It wasn’t a question. It was a pleading declaration from my wife to mend the years of brokenness, resentment and...CONTINUE READING
Not Our First Quarantine
Our family’s first 60 days of quarantine happened 3 years ago. My wife, Jourdan, was pregnant with our son and...CONTINUE READING
What if I stopped “moving on” from the loss of my Dad and embraced “moving with” the loss instead? And what would that look like?
At Kensington, we believe in the authenticity of Scripture so deeply that it’s one of our seven values.
I’ll stay awake thinking about the 12 years and 12 hours a day of blinding heat, suffocating dust and horrific evil that leaves Usha undaunted. She’s a warrior. Maybe she can’t can’t save the whole world, but she saved a 16-year-old girl today from a life of never-ending horror.
It was that welcoming atmosphere that encouraged George to open up and set aside his preconceived notions that church groups can be cheesy, unfriendly and boring.