My Statement to the Lafayette City Council on Gender Identity

Last night, the Lafayette City Council met to consider putting an amendment into the Lafayette Human Relations Ordinance. Some time ago, the city codified a “Human Relations Ordinance” to fight against discrimination in our town. It created a Human Relations Commission tasked with the job of investigating cases of discrimination in our city and offering […]

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New Church Brochures

I just finished putting together two new church brochures for our Grand Opening service on Sunday. By the way, if you haven’t heard yet, we are changing our church name to Lafayette Community Church. Read About It Here. I’m uploading both brochures here for your use if you want. LCC Baptism Brochure LCC Information Brochure

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Game On! Announcing the SCGTC

On Sunday, I challenged my congregation to join me for a competition of spending time in the word of God. I called it The Southside Church God-Time Competition, and here are the simple rules: At least 10 minutes a day with God, every day. Time with God means something is read (from the Bible), something […]

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WHY Campaign

For 6 weeks, we will be exploring the six biggest questions in life. Why am I here? Why should I believe in God? Why should I trust the Bible? Why is the world so messed up? Why is there such conflict between Science and the Bible? Why Jesus? It’s going to be a powerful program […]

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Flying Disc Giveaway Success

This week we executed a plan that I had been brewing since last year at this time. You may already have read about our “Black Friday” Hot Chocolate Giveaway. On that day, we gave out nearly 500 mugs of hot chocolate or coffee to shoppers braving the local Wal-Mart on the day after Thanksgiving. Well, […]

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What an incredible day! Last Sunday was our Grand Opening service as a church and I am excited to report that we had between 140-150 people there. We never got an accurate count, but this is how we came up with those numbers: 24 Elementary School Kids 6 Babies in the Nursery 9 Children’s Ministry […]

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