MRI Results: Video Update from Matt Chandler

The following video can also be found on The Village Church YouTube Channel: via MRI Results: Video Update from Matt Chandler.

Published in: on May 19, 2010 at 12:44 pm  Leave a Comment  

You better get to know Kaleb before it’s too late!!!

Our newest intern, Kaleb Wilcox, is helping us this summer with worship, tech, and other areas. Kaleb and his wife, Sara, are members here at Grace, and celebrate his recent graduation from CU. They are pursuing ministry opportunities, and Kaleb sought this internship as a means of greater preparation.

That said, we can be praying for the Wilcoxes, as a number of church ministry opportunities are before them and they are seeking God’s direction following the internship. We are so glad to have them, so thankful for his skills, so sad to think they will be leaving us, but grateful to have this chance to work together!

Published in: on May 12, 2010 at 3:24 pm  Comments (3)  

Your suggestions welcomed!

Wow, I just saw the date of my last post here and cannot believe how long it has been.  I suppose trying to keep up with Facebook, my other blog, and Twitter (all of which get a fair amount of interaction), this space got lost in the shuffle.  It doesn’t help that I am trying to reserve this to church-related communication, which means my other thoughts, rants, and writings that go beyond “OFFICIAL” church stuff go elsewhere.

BUT, today I have a church-related request!  We will finish Ephesians in mid-August–the last of the outlines was finished today.  I have some ideas about what to preach on in the 8-10 Sundays that I have available between the end of Ephesians and the beginning of Thanksgiving and Advent (yes, I plan that far ahead).  Before I finalize my own plans, I would be interested in hearing from you about topics or passages that you believe need to be preached about, or would like to hear a sermon from me about.  You may send your suggestions as responses to this message, or email me.

You can suggest individual topics, possible short series, or a combination of both.

Let’s see if anyone takes me up on this!

Published in: on May 11, 2010 at 2:46 pm  Leave a Comment