Thursday, January 24, 2013

Light Will Rise

Introducing Light Will Rise, the newest cd from the Memorial Drive Praise Team.

For more information, go to the Memorial Drive website.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Tulsa Workshop 2013

Exciting news regarding the 2013 Tulsa Workshop!

Francis Chan has agreed to join us for the Thursday evening and Friday morning keynotes in 2013! Francis is a well-known speaker and author from California who is passionate about Jesus, discipleship, and generousity. We are excited that he has chosen to join us!

Workshop dates for 2013 are March 20-23 at The Tulsa Fairgrounds. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Memorial Drive Kids Praise Chorus

Introducing "Let's Sing", a new CD from the Memorial Drive Kids Praise Chorus (KPC's). "Let's Sing" includes 16 contemporary praise & worship songs with a goal of helping your kids learn some of the songs we sing in "big church".

"Let's Sing" can be purchased in person at the Memorial Drive Church of Christ, or on the web at

Songs included are:

Awesome One
Beautiful One
I Am a Sheep
In Need
You Never Let Go
Mighty to Save
No Other Gods
Beautiful Lamb
Sweet Adoration
Shine, Jesus, Shine
Shout Hallelujah
Sing, Sing, Sing
That's Why We Praise Him
We Want to See Jesus Lifted High
Lord Reign in Me
If You Miss Me

Thanks to our KPC's for their hard work on this project, and to Taylor Publications for producing this cd!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Things I miss this October since there was no ZOE Conference in Nashville...

No road trip with my praise team family
No new nicknames for said praise team members
No seeing my friends from all over the country
No inspiring keynotes from Cope/Harris/Walling/Graves/Ross, etc.
No new ZOE cd for the year
No Fat Mo's burger
No Corky's BBQ

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Getting to the heart...

"If anyone has material possessions and sees his brother in need but has no pity on him, how can the love of God be in him?" 1 John 3:17

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Why did they leave?

I appreciated these thoughts from Tim Spivey on the issue of churches losing members:

Generally, unhealthy people leave healthy churches and healthy people leave unhealthy churches. The question is, "Who are we losing?" No matter how great a church is, people will leave that church—through moving, attrition, or other causes. The question isn't, "Will we lose people," it's, "Who are we losing?" If you are losing people who are heretics, critical, gossipers, divisive, or unwilling to behave Christianly…that's a sign of health. If you are consistently losing people who are truly salt of the earth, or entire age groups…you should really pay attention.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Balance Beam

My thanks to Al Maxey for sharing this. I've been guilty. How about you?