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Upcoming Point Events

on August 25, 2015 Together Trotwood with 0 comments

I can’t believe summer is almost over and fall is on its way! As we anticipate the change in season, we also look forward to a new rhythm of life. This is especially true in the life of The Point Church. I’m excited about these awesome opportunities for you to get involved: Saturday, August 29th […]

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35 Things I’ve Learned in 35 Years

on June 2, 2015 random with 0 comments

This list is in no particular order. These are things that I have learned in my short time on this earth. It’s scary how people are looking to me for answers because I have so much more to learn… I need people in my life. People are messy. Life is unfair but God is good. […]

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The Kingdom of God is like a kickball game…

on May 19, 2015 Together Trotwood with 0 comments

There are times I catch glimpses of God. It doesn’t happen too often when I watch the news or surf the Internet, but it happened tonight through a simple game of kickball and sharing in some pizza. I saw God’s people come together from our church communities to hangout in the Fort McKinley neighborhood. Local […]

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The Financial Benefits of Bi-Vocational Ministry

on April 14, 2015 Ministry Makeover with 0 comments

One of the largest concerns facing the United Methodist Church today is spending and finances. As we watch church attendance decline, Methodist churches across the nation are also struggling with decreases in church funding, budget cuts, slimmer resources, and some are finding it difficult to afford paid clergy. You can only imagine the roadblocks this […]

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Holy Week at The Point: A Ginghamsburg Community

on March 30, 2015 random with 0 comments

Dear Friends, I hope your Spring is off to a great start! I wanted to share with you some exciting upcoming opportunities to be involved at The Point and to invite your friends: On Friday, April 3rd at 6pm, The Point will host a Good Friday Worship Celebration called: “The Seven Last Words of Christ.” […]

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3 Traits of Bi-vocational Leaders

on March 22, 2015 Ministry Makeover with 0 comments

You Know You’re a Bi-vocational Leader When You Have These 3 Things Have you met Priscilla and Aquila? If you’ve ever taken a trip through Corinth, you may have seen them hosting meetings in their home where they talk about their faith in Jesus of Nazareth. Or perhaps you’ve seen them working with two missionaries, […]

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Green beer, Drunken Leprechauns, and Brawling Irishmen…

on March 17, 2015 Ministry Makeover with 0 comments

Green beer, drunken leprechauns, and brawling Irishmen have little to do with the person who became known as St. Patrick. Patrick grew up in what is now northeast England in the late fourth/early fifth century. When Patrick was 16 he was taken into slavery. However while in slavery he became a devout Christian who reached […]

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A New Solution for The United Methodist Church

on March 11, 2015 Ministry Makeover with 0 comments

Last week, I introduced some of the ideas behind my new book Ministry Makeover. Namely, the vision behind this book is to recharge church ministries with a new vision of how to empower congregants to spur church growth and leadership. Today and in the blog posts to follow, I want to unpack that idea and […]

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What the Church Can Learn from the Wildcats

on March 9, 2015 Ministry Makeover with 0 comments

I have to admit, I wasn’t a college basketball fan until my early 20s when I moved to the Bluegrass state. It was there that I learned Kentucky takes 3 things very seriously: horses, bourbon, and the University of Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball. In 2012, I witnessed pandemonium breakout into the streets as drunken college […]

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My Life with Pastor Roz – A Word from Callie

on March 8, 2015 Ministry Makeover with 0 comments

My Life with Pastor Roz – A Word from Callie I love Roz. Sometimes, though, it’s hard being married to a pastor. Here’s a little peek at what it’s like being married to Pastor Roz: Things I struggle with: Moving every few years and starting over with friends and a community. My husband is ordained […]

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