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  1. A great week with great folks

    March 8th, 2010 at 9:14 AM

    By Gil Hanke

    What a week!  Starting last Tuesday, men began arriving for a wide variety of meetings here in Nashville.  By Friday we had about 130 guys (and some wives) here for training, worship, and spiritual renewal.  There was a great feeling of cooperation and drive, from our opening time of worship to a powerful me... read more | 1 comment

  2. Absolutely Incredible Kid Day

    March 3rd, 2010 at 3:58 AM

    By Larry Coppock

    Each year on the third Thursday in March (March 18, 2010), Camp Fire USA asks parents and adults everywhere to let kids know just how amazing and valuable they are.Absolutely Incredible Kid Day (AIKD) is a national letter-writing campaign where kids receive letters of support, love and encouragement from parents,grandparent... read more | 1 comment

  3. The meaning of Aldersgate

    February 24th, 2010 at 7:58 AM

    By Rich Peck

    Frederick Mase says Wesley scholars disagree about the nature of John Wesley's 1738 experience on Aldersgate Street. Some say it was a watershed moment and marked his true conversion. Others stress the gradual nature of Wesley's spiritual development and consider Aldersgate one experience among many.Some scholars note that ... read more

  4. Jazz the wonder dog

    February 21st, 2010 at 2:14 PM

    By Larry Coppock

    Some of my best private and relaxation  moments are shared with man's best friend. Jazz, a German Shepherd-doberman mix,came to us two years ago- skinny,pregnant,homeless and worn-out. My first thoughts were 'how could anyone give up such a beauty?' We immediately hit it off. She continues to be my buddy today.Jazz acco... read more

  5. Amachi

    February 21st, 2010 at 1:58 PM

    By Larry Coppock

    Amachi, a program of Big Brothers Big Sisters, is an African word that means ‘Who knows but what God has brought us through this child.’Without intervention over 2.4 million of our children nationwide face a 70% probability of following their parent(s) to prison.Caring members of congregations can help by partic... read more