Tag: politics

How (Not) To Fast

Seth Troutt / September 29, 2020
Kingdom, kingjesus2020, politics, prayer

“A fast is the self-denial of normal necessities in order to intentionally attend to God in prayer. Bringing attachments and cravings to the […]

King Jesus 2020

Seth Troutt / September 20, 2020
Kingdom, politics, prayer

From the last week in September through Election Day in November, we will pray for our nation and prepare our hearts as citizens of the Kingdom of God. We are going to do this in five ways as a church.

Five Books to Read in 2020

Seth Troutt / December 20, 2019
books, politics, reading

I read each of these in 2019 and loved almost every page of every book. Some of them were very politically timely (Creation […]

Tuesday Mind Dump (11/15/16)

Luke Simmons / November 15, 2016
culture, home away from home, mind dump, politics

Pretty remarkable last week on a number of levels. Of course, the election was a big surprise for most people. I had mistakenly […]

5 Ways to Pray For The Election

Seth Troutt / November 3, 2016
election, politics, prayer

Put not your trust in princes, in a son of man, in whom there is no salvation. When his breath departs, he returns to the […]

Monday Mind Dump (10/24/16)

Luke Simmons / October 24, 2016
home away from home, mind dump, politics, sermon on the mount, vision

That Sermon on the Mount series went fast. Whoa. Who knew 9 weeks could go that quickly? I think Seth summed it up […]

Wednesday Mind Dump (9/28/16)

Luke Simmons / September 28, 2016
family, mind dump, politics, sermon on the mount

Well, we’re now one week past the due date for baby #4. Molly and I have been joking that maybe she’s permanently pregnant […]

Wednesday Mind Dump (8/3/16)

Luke Simmons / August 3, 2016
jesus, mind dump, mission, politics

Kind of a lot on my mind these days, but probably even more than I can take time to write. Guess I’ll start […]