Oct 25 2014

Greater Things Are Yet To Be Done: Sacred Leadership:

November 20, 2014 Center for Faith and Health, Methodist Health Systems, Memphis, Tn10:00 AM to 2:30 PM Led by Bishop Bill McAlilly, Nashville Area of the United Methodist Church, Lynn Taylor, Coordinator of Emerging Ministries, Nashville Area UMC and Gary Shorb, CEO Methodist Healthcare Sacred Leadership is a day to explore leadership in form and philosophy, in technique and theology.  Along the […]

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Oct 25 2014

A Pastor's Thoughts: A Point

Why does the Bible, and why does Jesus, tell us to care for the poor and the outsider? It is because we all need to stand in that position for our own conversion. We each need to stand under the … Continue reading

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Oct 25 2014

ReEmergent Church: Well Tweeted

If faith is to be strong and healthy, it must be constantly nourished by the Word of God. — Pope Francis (@Pontifex) October 21, 2014

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Oct 25 2014

ReEmergent Church: Well Tweeted

Jesus is the most persistent symbol of purity, selflessness and love in the history of humanity.
– Time magazine — Nicky Gumbel (@nickygumbel) October 15, 2014

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Oct 25 2014

ReEmergent Church: Well Tweeted

I have to appreciate the honesty. #sermonsnooze pic.twitter.com/klrlYSc4hk — Matt Horan (@matthoran) October 8, 2014

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Oct 25 2014

ReEmergent Church: Well Tweeted

While we’re trying to please people who will never be happy, we often leave others waiting out in the car who are ready go change the world. — Matt Horan (@matthoran) October 25, 2014

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