For nearly 15 years, Steve Moses has educated, equipped, and mobilized college aged students to live out a World Christian lifestyle wherever the Lord places them. He served for two years with the International Mission Board in Northern Africa and the Middle East. He then served for nearly five years at Germantown Baptist Church. For three years, Steve served as the Executive Director of Mission Leader, which mentors church leaders in developing a biblical strategy for local and global missions. During this same time, he served as a consultant with the International Mission Board to help engage young adults in missional living. He continues to develop and implement mentoring strategies targeting college students and young adults.
Since 2009, Steve has served as the Refugee Coordinator at Christ Community Ministries. He seeks to bring greater awareness and exposure to the needs of local refugees by connecting volunteers to newly arrived refugees.
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The complete study for the Summer Bible Series 2011 is now available.
Kristen Thornton has been busy teaching this Summer and we are delighted to be able to offer another of her sessions. In this talk, Kristen teaches a group of teenage girls how to “build the relationship cake.” This is a fantastic talk that will be helpful to teens and parents alike. Download Audio here.
Download The Visual here.
Download The pdf of the presentation here.
The July issue of follow is now available to download. In this issue, we map out our spiritual journey in terms of the stages of our growth in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We trace our steps from being “babes in Christ” to becoming “spiritual elders” - living examples of Christ to others. To get the emag, click here.
Hey moms! What if instead of doing a million things so-so you could just focus on being really consistent with two things each day that would pay off huge in preparing your kids for life! Wanna know what I think those two things are? I'd love to share them with you! You will find the download links to the four sessions below:Download Audio for Session 1 here.
Download Audio for Session 2 here.
Download Audio for Session 3 here.
Download Audio for Session 4 here.
Download Resources for Last Session here.
Please email questions, comments or feedback to Kristen Thornton at: email@example.com
The complete study of Ezekiel is now available. You can download all the files here.
2011 February 27 Blog-Seth
Isaiah 6 recounts the vision of Isaiah where he sees the Lord high and lifted up. In his presence are angels covering themselves with their wings and singing, “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God Almighty. The earth is full of his Glory.” Isaiah’s response to this scene is to recognize his own unworthiness and sinfulness as well as the sinfulness of the nation. He says, “Woe is me! I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.” These are verses most Christians are quite familiar with, Isaiah is one of the most popular prophets for us to read from in the old testament and this is one of the favorite passages from the book bearing his name. However G.K. Chesterton wrote, “If you look at a thing 999 times, you are perfectly safe. If you look at it the 1,000th time, you are in frightful danger of seeing it for the first time.” I noticed two things I had never noticed before. Read More...
2011 January 03 Resources News
We just posted the new issue of follow
, our eMagazine. In this issue we list the 12 Authors whose books and work shaped the last decade. I am constantly getting requests for book recommendations and this list charts out the past 10 years in terms of the books that have made the greatest impact in our minds and hearts. Hope you enjoy it and that you might discover a ‘new’ book to read. You can click here to get to the follow page.