A Plan for Us All Along

Hi everyone! For months now, nothing has been the same for us. My children spent all spring at home. Jen and I have been working from home offices almost exclusively. And our church has been meeting primarily virtually. Then, showing even more how weird things have gotten, Walmart is requiring us to wear masks, is […]

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2019 Year End Financial Status

Photo by Josh Appel on Unsplash Last month, I posted an entry discussing some of the organizational statistics of our church (attendance and donations), and I wanted to take this opportunity to give you an update on at least the financial side of things over the past month. First of all, as I said last […]

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Church Needs & My Optimism

(The chart included with this post represents at any point in time the average Sunday attendance for the previous four weeks.) For two weeks now, I’ve been mentioning in our worship gatherings that our church is going through a bit of a financial and attendance lull. First, let’s get the numbers out of the way. […]

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Convoy of Hope Recap

This is a guest post from Megan Hill. I asked her to send me something reflecting on this year’s Convoy of Hope, and this is what she sent. I participated the last time Convoy was here, in 2016, but in a different capacity. I was a volunteer, but only on the day of the event […]

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Leadership Transitions

From our newsletter this week. I know I haven’t gotten any newsletters out in a while, but this week Beth Hardy asked me to send this out: May 31st is going to be my last day as Kidopolis Director and as a staff member at LCC. I am grateful for the last 7 years that […]

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