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Why Tik Tok? #TikTokPastor

For the past three weeks, I’ve been releasing 1 minute, or shorter, Tik Tok videos to help feed the faith of strangers online. In just three weeks over 1275 people have started following my videos. One video titled, “How to START reading the Bible” has had over 216 HOURS of watch time. It’s on 53…

Cultivating Empathy

It’s no secret that parenting is hard. But as you know, it’s also one of the most rewarding things you can do in life. In this video, I share one of the biggest things I think parents, especially Christian parents, should aspire to cultivate in their kids… empathy. In November and December, Brynn, our middle…

Day 1 – 21 Days of deep

During our “Out of the Shallows” series, Micah has challenged our church to dive deep into a daily habit of reading scripture. Not reading it just to read it, but reading it to draw out the application and do something about it. We’d love for you to join us on that journey. We believe this…

Does God Play Hide ‘N Seek?

Remember when you were a kid and you just wanted to play hide ’n seek… like all the time? I remember playing different variations on that game. Monsters in the dark, Kick-the-can, Tag, Spy, and their are so many more. My kids love playing hide ’n seek. And they’re terrible at it. They always give up…

Living to Please

Who do you live to please? There’s really only a couple of options. People live to please themselves or someone else. We have gurus and self-help experts who tell us: “Take care of number one!” “Get Yours!” “You do you!” There was a point in history where people served someone higher than them in social standing,…

Turning Fear into Joy

Yesterday I spent the day with my family at Wild Water Adventure Park, or as you long-time Clovis people would say, Clovis Lakes. The park has changed a lot since I was a kid, but some things remain pretty much the same… like the big family tube ride, The Rapids. This is the first time…

Adventure is Everywhere.

Do you agree with that statement? Most kids seek out adventure. Their natural bent is to move towards adventurous things, even dangerous things. But at some point along the way, many of us lose our sense of adventure. Why? In short, I believe it to be the result of two types of conditioning: experiential and cultural conditioning.…

My Time is Limited

Last Sunday we talked about how God created the idea of scheduling Breathing Room into our lives. That actually one of his top 10 commands was in fact to take a day off. Even in the story of creation, God… Almighty, All-knowing, All-powerful… God models for us that it’s necessary to take a day of…