Category: Church Ministry

The Silence of the Night — MY NEW CHAPTER

(A Christmas post from last season when we could get out and sing Christmas Carols.) By Del Duduit There is nothing more fulfilling than taking time on a cold winter’s night to sing Christmas carols to the elderly and those who are shut in.… Continue Reading “The Silence of the Night — MY NEW CHAPTER”

Road day again

Saturday is list day. Took puppy to the vet for shots. Took my wife’s best friend to the base to get some stuff then took her home. Heading to car wash #ABF #GUAM Youth ministry is raising funds for a conference trip, then picking… Continue Reading “Road day again”

IS CHURCH REALLY A “HOSPITAL FOR SINNERS”?

reblogged from Meet the need Blog Mar 08, 17JMorgancharity, Christ, christian, christianity, Church, church events, church growth, church revitalization, compassion, disciple, discipleship, eternal, eternity, event, event management, faith, gift, give, happiness, hospital, humble, humility, Jesus, joy, local missions, missions, outreach, religion, servant, serve, sin, volunteer, volunteer opportunities, year-round16 comments Part 2 of 4 There was little doubt that the question “Do Non-Believers Belong in Worship Services?” would stir controversy.  Frankly, I felt the same way as most… Continue Reading “IS CHURCH REALLY A “HOSPITAL FOR SINNERS”?”