God uses ordinary people to perform extraordinary things when living on mission. They may employ different ministries to accomplish their tasks, but God’s command is never- changing; never-ceasing: to proclaim the Gospel and make disciples of every nation. In the same sentiment, Northland has been
One of the most quintessential summer activities growing up is attending camp. Whether through church, scouts, or sports, we all have many fun stories about attending camps in our youth. However, camps cost a pretty penny nowadays. The average cost of summer camp programs in the United States ranges
It is a challenging dawn. Two families hurriedly gather their personal belongings. The mothers cradle their most precious bundle - children whose lives are threatened by forces beyond their control. They head into the unknowing streets, searching for safety. One family made this journey 2,000 years
During our series Transitions, I mentioned the term “messy middle” to explain how I go about engaging in culture and cultural issues; it’s how God’s church engages a lost world.
In June, we held our Raise the Roof Giving Campaign and set the goal at $1,000,000. Everyone came together, made sacrifices, and learned about the goodness and greatness of God. We asked Glenn (GG) and Pastor Josh (PJ) about the process. Here is what they had to say.
Now that Raise The Roof is over, you may wonder, “Now what? Where is the roof?” Glad you asked! The Rink roof materials have been purchased, and we were initially planning to begin the installation next week. However, with all the supply chain issues, we are still waiting for all the ma
LifeHope Childcare was created to address single parents' needs in overcoming life’s challenges. LifeHop serves a great purpose in the lives of those impacted by this ministry. Here are a couple of those stories from LifeHope alumni. On July 30, 2005, I was sentenced to 130 months in federal prison