Tim Tebow’s not the savior, but he sure does act like one

I’ve been a Bronco fan for a long time. I remember striped socks, the South Stands, Steve Tensi, Cookie Gilcrest, Lyle Alzado, The Orange Crush, and the days when two words were enough to describe Mile High Stadium. We loved our Broncos. We filled the stadium. We cheered them on, even though they didn’t win […]

Christmas eve bumper

This is the very cool sermon bumper that we will be using at Seacoast Christmas Eve services. I asked them to tell the Christmas story without spoken words. I thought they did well. It was created by one of our artists, April Knight, with theological help provided by Jack Hoey. Way to go Murphy, Megan […]

And the winner is…

In a previous post I announced that I was going to giveaway 3 sets of TRUTHCARDS. There were so many great responses that I hated to pick just three! But, with the help of a site called Random.org, we did it. And the winners are: Christy Burden Yasmeena Sullivan Jayn Congratulations! We’ll be in contact […]

Growing perspective in your kids at Christmas

I asked Dr. Tim Elmore to be a guest blogger today. I think you will enjoy his take on broadening your kids perspective at Christmas. There are some great practical tips. “Our kids are experiencing something unique today. Adolescence is expanding on both sides. Young kids are hungering to enter adolescence early, wearing suggestive clothing, […]

When a great idea becomes more than a business

Last Christmas, my daughter-in-law Jenna came up with a gift that actually lasted longer than the wrapping paper it came in. You know the routine: the kids are super excited about the shiny new toy until its newness wears off about the time the New Year rolls around. Well, last year was different. Jenna had […]