02 Enemy at the Gates [The Way of the Warrior]

Ask any soldier how important it is to know your enemy, and they will tell you it’s crucial. In our spiritual life, we have an enemy whom Jesus said comes “only to steal, kill and destroy.” However, once we understand the enemy’s strategy, we can learn to fight much more effectively in the power of Christ. […]

Planning Center notes 2

NOTE: This post is from an e-mail I sent out to our Praise Team, to help them get used to additional features of Planning Center Online. For those of you interested, here is a little “quick-start guide” to the features of Planning Center Online that our team is using more frequently, so that you can find […]

Planning Center notes 1

NOTE: This post is from an e-mail I sent out to the people in our Worship Arts ministry, to help them be a little more familiar with Planning Center Online. PLANNING CENTER ONLINE As you all know, this is the system we use for scheduling, but it does so much more. Starting right now, I’m updating chord […]

GRAPHIC – The meta-narrative

Did you know Scripture has a storyline? This is the graphic used in part 01 of the teaching series “Your DYNAMIC Role in the Kingdom of God”. It illustrates one of many “Meta-Narrative” frameworks that can be used to understand the broader scope of Scripture. Check out more at http://www.postmodernpreaching.net/metanarrative.htm NOTE: Links to external sites […]

Expectation

“I wait for the Lord, my soul waits, and in his word I hope; my soul waits for the Lord more than watchmen for the morning, more than watchmen for the morning.” -Psalm 130:5-6 (ESV) I walked in to the sanctuary of the large Korean Assemblies of God church and I could feel it in […]

Every Morning

“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning, great is your faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23 Two days ago I returned home from an incredible and inspiring summit of leaders in children’s ministry from around the world. For me, coming back from great gatherings of […]

4/14 Global Summit Day 1: Spice and Purpose

I tried Kimchi today. Not some watered-down Americanized version you’d find at a chain food joint, but real, honest-to-goodness Kimchi made by our Korean hosts. The verdict: spicy but goooood!  It’s the kind of spice that spreads itself around in your mouth to liven up any other flavors around it, which was excellent because here […]

4/14 Global Summit: The light of things hoped for

I’m writing this from the sixth floor of the DoubleTree Hotel in Fort Lee, New Jersey. The sun has long since set and my eyes are heavy and ready for sleep, but though my body is tired, my spirit sings because tomorrow is the first day of the 4/14 Window Global Summit. For days and […]

VIDEO: The Icarus Account live show

A few weeks ago I had the chance to go see some friends of mine play at the Gulf Coast Town Center, and had my video camera with me. Well, I finally got the editing done and the video up. If you like “The Icarus Account”, or just enjoy good music, check it out!
– Phillip
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Social Media Integration map (version 1)

I have been learning more about ways to integrate WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and wanted to put together a diagram to help illustrate how things connect, so that anyone else wanting to do the same might find it easier. This is the first version and definitely needs more refinement, but I thought I’d just […]