Posts by bgreenwood (Page 4)

All-Season Clothing Drive

On April 28, Brother Wes Anderson, preacher for the Downtown Kansas City church of Christ, told our Sunday night crowd about the work their church is doing. He thanked us for our financial support (through our missions offerings) and invited us to help their ministry in other ways.

Finding Your Rhythm

May is upon us, and things are about to get busy! During busy times, as parents of young children, Ginny and I have often found ourselves having a moment of clarity, and vowing to make more time to do spiritual things as a family. Of course, we bring our kids to church, and we pray at meals, and we say prayers before going to sleep, but we want to do more! We make a grand plan and have the best intentions, but all too often, we fail.

A Good Reason for Summer Bible Study

A Good Reason for Summer Bible Study “Put a candle in the window, ‘cause I feel I’ve got to move, though I’m going, going, I’ll be coming home soon, long as I can see the light” (Credence Clearwater Revival) There are at least a hundred good reasons to consider God’s Word, to repeatedly search and…

Why Foreign Missions?

Why Foreign Missions? Have you ever wondered why we send missionaries to other countries when there are so many people who still need to be reached here? I believe there are three main reasons we should support foreign missions. The first is that Christ commanded it. In Mark 16:15, Jesus commanded his disciples to “go…

The Master’s Question

The Master’s Question Thirty-eight years. That’s a long time. And in that time, for most people, life changes quite a bit. Where were you 38 years ago? I was seven. My life was MASSIVELY different than it is now. Where will you be 38 years from now? I’ll be 83. And I suspect that my…

HOW DID THAT HAPPEN?

HOW DID THAT HAPPEN? Depending on when you read this, Northside’s Women Walking with God Conference will be in process (Friday & Saturday) or already completed.  If you are aware of what a HUGE event it is, a natural question might be, “How did all that happen?”  In short, it took a LOT of work…