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The Yazoo City tornado swept through "Papaw's" farm (Kristy's maternal grandfather) on Saturday after leveling parts of the city. Reports are that the twister was about a mile wide . In these pics, the large trees that are down are strong hardwoods, including a grove of very, very old pecan trees. The pile of rubble … Continue reading Damage to “Papaw’s” Farm Outside of Yazoo City
A massive tornado ripped through Kristy's hometown yesterday. This is CBS News video of the aftermath. via cbsnews.com
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This is last night's message at Creekstone's Sunday night gathering. Thanks to everyone who helped set up, and to our worship team– wow. Also, please remember to pray for Kira as she awaits her biopsy results following last week's surgery. I love our community, and am grateful to be part of your lives. - McKay
Bear on the Square is one of the many music and art festivals that take place in Dahlonega each year. This one is named after a bear that actually ran up a tree on the square in the 1990s. See the full gallery on Posterous
These are the sermon notes from last Sunday. This week's message will be from Luke 18, entitled, "Grace Runs Downhill." Hope to see you Sunday! com.evernote.Evernote_1457850878.pdf Download this file
While today is Kristy's actual 40th birthday, I surprised her during the women's Bible study on Tuesday night with a cake and party. Here are some pics. Thanks to Lauren and Matt Stephenson for hosting (although I didn't give them an option!). See the full gallery on Posterous
Lately, I am realizing the importance of having a family/life routine for the sake of my own sanity and that of my family. This is a very helpful article from Justin Hyde, an Acts 29 pastor in Brenham, TX, which I saw on Josh Espinosa's blog. Justin has small children, and has not encountered some … Continue reading The Family Routine
In lecture #5 of Sonship, Jack Miller is brutally honest about his failure in parenting, saying, "My great sin against my daughter Barbara was that I did not reach her [heart]. I didn't try to. I was really concerned about outward behavior, thinking that if I worked on the outward behavior, it would work inward. … Continue reading The Best Gift a Parent Can Give
This is the message from last night's Creekstone gathering.
Okay, here are the Easter sermon notes... 🙂 com.evernote.Evernote_984943658.pdf Download this file
Oops. These are not the Easter notes. Sorry. Will post those next. 🙂 Some have asked for the sermon notes from last week's Easter sunrise service. I guess some like audio and others the bare bones on paper. I hope that either way, we are led more and more to come alive to the wonder … Continue reading Sermon Notes from Two Weeks Ago —> “The Cup” • Matthew 26:36-46
Tonight we had a blast meeting friends at Pizza Hut and then bowling at Yonah Bowl. Here is a picture of the crew. For more pictures, go here.
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood..." ~ Robert Frost (1915) In my phone discipleship homework this week, I was presented with two possible roads to walk (or live). I suppose every moment is a decision to step out on one of these two ways. Path #1: I live by unbelief and under … Continue reading Taking the Road Less Travelled
This morning at the men's K-Group study, we discussed what it means to ask in prayer. Jesus says that the gift the Father loves to give is the indwelling presence and power of the Holy Spirit, who tunes our hearts to the glory and will of God. With the Spirit's presence, our other prayers take … Continue reading Men’s Study Notes (4.7.10) • Luke 11:9-13
Understanding the story of Jesus' scars makes sense to our scars and provides a hope that changes our lives deeply... and eternally.
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