Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Absolute Best Place and Time to Connect with Un-Churched Kids

“As the Father is sending me, so I am sending you…”  – Jesus (John 20:21) This is not going to be a subtle, clever, insightful post.  Really, I’m just going to state the obvious.  The best place to connect with … Continue reading

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Reflecting on the Summer: News from FCMC

Our summer was full of mission and discipleship. The 210 MC sent Heather Alexander and Alesandra Wehmeier to serve on mission at Rock Bridge Young Lives camp.  Both MCs turned out to load busses and strap in child-safety seats for … Continue reading

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Making Earth More Like Heaven

I am so grateful when people share their stories.  We all learn: story teller and listener alike.  Last month, I heard a missional microchurch planter tell his story.  I’m sorry I don’t remember his name – Daniel, I think. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Mission Minded

“Peace be with you.  As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.”  John 20:21 In the church of my childhood, we had an annual missions conference.  It was one of the cool things we did in the … Continue reading

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Change a life. Change your world.

Jesus changes the world.  And Jesus invites us to join him in his work as he changes the world.  His world changing plan is called discipleship. Clint Regen and I went through seminary together and have stayed in touch over the … Continue reading

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Our Two Missional Communities

So, FCMC is about forming a network of missional communities (aka micro-churches) for a movement of mission and discipleship on the First Coast.  I know “network” sounds big and “two” sounds not so big – but I’m grateful for the … Continue reading

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