North Campus

Alpha Marriage Group

Learning how to leverage your past to create intimacy is just one of the many topics we will cover in the Alpha Marriage Group starting on October 7th. The past rarely stays in the past. More likely, it creeps into your present and invades every area of your life. It affects the way you parent,…

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King of the World

Just a whisper of your voice can tame the seas So who am I to try to take the lead Still I run ahead and think I’m strong enough When you’re the one who made me from the dust -Natalie Grant, “King of the World” We tend to believe we can be in control of…

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You Asked for It: Jesus in Physical Form

“Is it foolish to ask Jesus to appear in physical form again?”  I find this to be a very interesting question. Maybe we approach this question by looking at the Trinity. God the Father sent us His Son and when the Son ascended back to heaven, the Father and Son sent us the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit…

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Remembering Robert

“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me…” I lost a really good friend this week. We’d been friends for 15 years. I’ll never forget the first time I met Robert McMichael. It was at the ITC Dining Hall during the…

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Praying With Vulnerability

Brene Brown, a researcher in the field of sociology, and specifically in the areas of shame and vulnerability, was speaking at an event concerning vulnerability. To prepare, the sign language interpreter asked her if there would be any unusual words that might be difficult to translate into sign language. Brene thought for a moment, and then…

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Welcome Home

Often I refer to the North Campus as a family. The reason I do so is because often on Sundays, the feeling around our campus is one of people coming home to a big ole family reunion. In fact, you may begin to hear me say on Sunday mornings, “Welcome Home.” This past Sunday was…

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The Servant Hearts of North Campus Youth

One of the many blessings of working in Children’s Ministry at the North Campus is observing the middle and high school-aged students who willingly step in to assist with the younger children in our Kidzone program. These youth have already developed strong servant hearts, and they joyfully answer God’s calling in their lives by sitting…

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Meet Our Mess

When we first heard that the North Campus was having “Messy Church” we were all in.  Who can resist smiling as you think about silly string, water balloons, slip n’ slides, and water slides? Our next thought was, “who can we invite?” “Messy church” just seemed so welcoming that we had to invite others. So…

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