The first time I proclaimed a word over the whole year at the beginning of it, I was drunk. It was somewhere after midnight on New Year’s Eve, and I was at Waffle House. This was in the eighties — the lost decade for me — and I was the kind of drunk who thought everything was wonderful and funny while I was drinking. If I was in Waffle House that night I’m sure I was telling everyone that this waffle tastes better than any waffle I’ve ever had before.
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WHEN WOMEN LEAD
When Women Lead is for men and women who advocate for female leadership within the Church. The book describes those challenges, explores practical solutions, and equips women to lead successfully and hopefully.
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The most common reason for which John Wesley removed people from the Methodist roll was “lightness and carelessness” (journal, 3/12/1743). He couldn't casual and disconnected observation. To be Methodist is to alive to the Spirit at work in community.Read More
A great conversation wtih Shane Bishop and Michael Wooten. Grateful for their hearts for Jesus.Read More