King David is ending his reign and setting up his son, Solomon, to take over. Solomon is commissioned with a task that will go down in history; building the temple for God. "The task is great because the building will not be built for a human but for the Lord God." 2 Chronicles 29:1 And … Continue reading Living out my call during COVID.
This past weekend I was very honored when Pastors Todd and Mary asked me to preach about living a life of abundance. Which is ironic because growing up, I always felt like God wanted me to suffer to an extent. One reason why was because my definition of abundance was skewed. Living in abundance is … Continue reading There is MORE
For those of you in ministry, ever have one of those really cool ministry moments? One for me was definitely last week, being able to meet and listen to Ed Young give some great leadership advice. Although some of the main points I took from the sessions relate to ministry, I'm thinking of shooting a … Continue reading What I Learned From Ed Young
This past week was Kids Week at our Commack Campus and it was seriously a blast. As staff members, it's pretty much the one week out of the year we get the green light to run around, let loose, and act a third of our age. It's magical and tiring all at the same time … Continue reading Kids Man, Kids.
Last week I had the privilege of interviewing Pastor Todd Bishop on the topic of eternity. What happens after you die? Whether you believe in eternity or not, you have to admit, you have at least thought about it once! Back to the interview part. I’d never conducted an interview before so this was a total … Continue reading Effective Conversations: what interviewing taught me about day to day interactions
Summer can be a tough season for churches, especially when it comes to attendance and offering. The weather gets nicer, schedules become packed and Aunt Millie throws a BBQ every Sunday afternoon. "Man, if Aunt Millie throws a BBQ in the afternoon, then I have to make the potato salad, and if I make the potato … Continue reading 6 Events to Keep Summer Interesting
I'm a visual person. Always have been. As a little girl, I loved drawing, painting and coloring. I loved watching my mom decorate and I always stole my dad's polaroid camera to take pictures (not sure if he liked me wasting his film... oops)! To this day... I'm still a visual person haha! I think a lot … Continue reading 5 Favorites: Graphic Design for the Church