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Trip wrap-up

July 18, 2009

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As I write this we are preparing to land in Dallas to catch our connecting flight to Louisville. I think I speak for our team when I say that I am thoroughly gassed but joyful over the work that was accomplished for Jesus this week. I couldn’t be more proud of a team than I […]

Midweek PR update

July 15, 2009

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We have had an inspiring and incredible trip so far – and it’s only Wednesday. Yesterday’s highlights include the beach, Cameron & fire ants, and some amazing cake batter & oreo ice cream at Rex’s. Teams have worked extremely hard in some rather steamy conditions to put on VBS, plaster walls and lay tile, and […]

Trip update

July 13, 2009

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First off, let me apologize for not updating the blog. I initially thought we would have Internet access, but that has not been the case. So, I will be updating our team’s progress from my iPhone. We have had a fantastic start to our trip. The last two days were spent in preparation for today’s […]

joy prom 2009

April 23, 2009

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This Saturday, April 25th, Highview will be hosting our 3rd Annual “Joy Prom” for young people with Down Syndrome.  I have to admit that this is one of my personal favorite events of the year. This year, we will have between 80-100 young adults at our East Campus for a first-rate prom experience including red […]

Thirst wrap-up

April 6, 2009

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Thanks to all of our students, leaders, and families that were involved in the Thirst mission trip over the last 8 weeks.  Thirst is our annual U.S. urban mission trip that we have been taking since 1999.  The vision is two-fold: 1) leadership reproduction (high school training middle school students in spiritual habits) and 2) […]

honor your father and mother

March 24, 2009

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This weekend I will be preaching the fifth commandment in our current series at Highview: “The Perfect 10.”  One of the elements I am trying to include, as a practical encouragement to adults that this message is for them too, is to have some of our church members share stories as to how they are […]

how secure is your church?

March 12, 2009

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In the wake of the recent tragedy that occurred in Maryville, IL, many churches are thinking or re-thinking their procedures for ensuring the safety of their congregation and leaders during Sunday worship services.  Unfortunately, this is something that is probably going to become more prominent in the near future as the prevailing culture of death […]