Precept Leader Profile | Candee

I absolutely love my job. I have the opportunity to connect with Precept Leaders, people who love and lead others to engage in a relationship with God through the study of His Word! Isn't that funny?!? People all over are saying, "I want to hear from God!" Well, Precept Leaders show people how to do that - Hear from God and get to know Him through the study of His Word!!!

Meet my friend, Candee!

Refugees - a journey out of confusion

The mere mention of the word conjures up emotion. Visceral News media and political pundit driven emotion. Rather than a binary choice - choose one option or the other., for or against - it is more of a spectrum, a sliding scale. Sadly, many Christians are confused, thinking it is only one or the other. While confused, they're also adamant-whatever side I'm on, the other side is evil. Weird, right? Adamant in their confusion. If someone wants to find out more information, they could turn on the news or search the interwebs - the adamant confusion then turns into a frenzy of shock and awe opinion, talking heads and either fear based commentary or guilt based commentary. Adamant confusion turns belligerent. 

There must be a more excellent way. There is an opportunity for us to listen and engage.

Chattanooga Fun!

Many of you have contacted us, letting us know that you saw us on TV. We love Chattanooga; we are so thankful that the Lord allowed us to move back here to raise our family. We were asked to be a part of a video shoot by a friend of ours. It was pretty surreal

Grace for Every Race | The problem

Over the next few posts, I'll be sharing some of the content from a sermon I recently preached at Sojourn Chattanooga on Acts 10 & 11. Grace For Every Race was a tough sermon.

Racism and discrimination have no place in the church

There is no continent exempt from the permeating history of racism and discrimination. Over the centuries discrimination has looked differently, some say that it no longer exists. We can all agree that the parasitic sin of discrimination is still at work.