Tag Archive | faith

Unique Partnership Shines Light and LOVE on American Heroes and You Can Be a Part of It

Unique Partnership Shines Light and LOVE on American Heroes and You Can Be a Part of It

If you missed the 5th Annual K-Love Awards in Nashville this year, the opportunity to catch the event has not fully passed. K-LOVE recently collaborated with the Military Warriors Support Foundation to pull off a star-studded evening honoring military heroes in addition to the many music artists recognized each year. This Tuesday, the entire event […]

Identity & What Really Matters with Colton Dixon

Colton Dixon is a man of faith, a husband, and a son, but lately he also seems to have settled into his identity as an artist as well. So as an artist, who happens to be a person of faith with a desire to make great music, he hopes to encourage and help others in […]

How a Food Truck, Faith & Community Welcomes the Homeless

How a Food Truck, Faith & Community Welcomes the Homeless

What do you do when you see the homeless on the street? How do you react when you’re stopped at a busy intersection and you see them there?  Not many stop and talk. Hardly anyone gets to know them. Alan Graham wants us all to remember that each one has a name.  He has been […]

What You Do Matters

Friends, be proud of what you do. We’ve all been placed where we are on purpose no matter what the job or the task for such a time as this. You may be there a week, a day, a year or ten. Not everyone is meant to be on the front lines and not everyone […]

Second Act. Class Act. A Conversation with Amy Roloff

For over 12 years now, the Roloff family has allowed us into their lives giving us a glimpse of what it’s like to be a little person in a world that is predominately designed for bigger people.  What we have learned from the Roloffs–and what might just be the greater point of the show is […]

Hearts Still on Fire for Youth Conferences

Hearts Still on Fire for Youth Conferences

Current research indicates that church membership, and church activity is decreasing.  The latest statistics suggest that millennials are skeptical of churches and the number of young people leaving the church once they hit college is at an all-time high.  But for all the negative and worrisome numbers, there’s a glimmer of hope, a lifeline, a […]

Uncommon Leadership: A Conversation with Catalyst’s Tyler Reagin

Uncommon Leadership: A Conversation with Catalyst’s Tyler Reagin

When was the last time you went to church?  If you fall in line with most statistics it may not have been recently.  Or maybe you attend three days a week.  Even so, at best, church growth is stagnant. At worst it’s in a free fall.  Research recently released by Barna suggests that while most […]

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