Jesus calls us to serve not martyrdom, in the Church and among our friends and family. We all know what a martyr is. We have all heard the stories of noble courage where heroic women and men pay the ultimate price for their faith in Jesus Christ.  But there is… MORE

As promised: 1. Be involved in your children’s interests. Our children hunger for us to not only watch them participate in their interests, but participate with them. When Jacob was blessing his twelve sons, “He gave each son the blessing appropriate for that individual child” Genesis 49:10 Our children are… MORE

Worship Together, Serve Together, Grow Together “Here we grow again!” I don’t know how many times I have penned that statement in 30 plus years, but I am grateful to be part of a group of people who understand the Church is a living, breathing organism, not a fixed institution.… MORE

Hello Church Family and Community Friends, Many of us woke up Sunday Morning to the tragic news of a shooting that resulted in the death and injury of teenage brothers and another teen being held in custody as a suspect. All three of the teens had connections to our Pathway… MORE

Everyone likes to be invited. You may not like baseball, golf, visiting museums or attending symphonies but how do you feel when someone invites you to join them?  Valued? Accepted? Welcomed? Thirty plus years ago, November 12, 1986, Dallas, Justin and I woke up for the first time in Burleson,… MORE

I was asked to share again the acronym for Lent we used to start our Ash Wednesday prayer service. I hope the acronym and the Forty Ideas for the Forty days of Lent enhance and deepens your own 2017 Lent experience. L – Leave Something Behind E – Eliminate Guilt… MORE

Lent is a 40 day season (excluding Sundays) of fasting, prayer and self-examination that helps us reconnect with the power and impact of Jesus’ journey to the cross and the miracle of the empty tomb. The practice of Lent has been a Roman Catholic staple since the early 600’s and… MORE

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