WWJS

Many of us are familiar with the WWJD acrostic that stands for What Would Jesus Do? The idea is that when faced with moral or ethical dilemmas, we should appeal to the example of Jesus. I have no argument against that. However, from my experience, I often fail to do what he would do. Sometimes, … Continue reading WWJS

An Interview with Dr. Johnny Long on Living as Sons and Daughters of God

Johnny serves as World Harvest Mission’s Cross-Cultural Renewal and Leadership Development Specialist and has served in East and West Africa, Madagascar, the UK, and has taught recently in Chile, Spain and the Ivory Coast. In addition to him and his wife, Becky, being Creekstone supported international missionaries, Johnny has been one of the primary influences … Continue reading An Interview with Dr. Johnny Long on Living as Sons and Daughters of God

North Georgia’s Got Talent!

Join us on Sunday, November 6, at 5:30 p.m. at the Lumpkin County YMCA gym for a talent show fundraiser to help the Pruitts bring Vlad, a Ukranian orphan, home.  There will be dancing (featuring Gainesville Ballet Company), singing (Elaine Holubitsky), a black-belt Karate demonstration (by United Karate), an archery demonstration, a variety of musical instruments, and … Continue reading North Georgia’s Got Talent!

My Heart as a Continent in Need of Perpetual Gospel Advance

On Monday, Kristy and I had our monthly "marriage maintenance" phone appointment with our World Harvest mentor/gospel discipler, Stu Batstone. As I was expressing my frustration with how often I seemed to run into a wall in sanctification (2 steps forward and 3, 4, 5 or more steps back... and feeling totally unsaved), he shared an … Continue reading My Heart as a Continent in Need of Perpetual Gospel Advance