Staff Links

Eric’s Links: Assorted Topics!

Eric’s Links: Assorted Topics!

Hello church family! I hope you’re all doing well! My staff links today mainly consist of the things that caught my interest and attention as I peruse the Interweb. A Secular’s Opinion on ‘Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person’ As far as I’m aware, the author of this article is not a Christian. Nevertheless, […]

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  June 2, 2016

Francis’ Links: Together for the Gospel

Last week, I had the privilege of attending the Together for the Gospel conference in Louisville, Kentucky with a group of some of the pastoral staff and small group leaders at Lighthouse. The Together for the Gospel (T4G) conference is aimed at equipping pastors and other church leaders, and this year’s theme celebrated the upcoming […]

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  April 21, 2016
Brian’s Links: Podcast Edition!

Brian’s Links: Podcast Edition!

Ever wonder what Brian listens to during his commute? Here are links to the most listened to podcasts and their corresponding websites. Technology is amazing!! Signposts (10-15 min per episode) Russell D. Moore (president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission) has a podcast called Signposts where he discusses pressing cultural and ethical questions, and points us toward a […]

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  April 5, 2016
Megan’s Links: Passion Week

Megan’s Links: Passion Week

Hi Lighthouse! I can’t believe that it’s already the week of Easter – it feels like we just celebrated Christmas and New Year’s. Nevertheless, this is one of my favorite times of year. Looking back on Palm Sunday and looking forward to Good Friday and Easter Sunday, I hope this is a week of much […]

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  March 22, 2016
Kim’s Links: The Grace of Suffering

Kim’s Links: The Grace of Suffering

Brothers and Sisters, I light of this last Sunday’s focus on suffering, the following links are meant to encourage you as you go through trials and minister to others who are suffering. Suffering and the Sovereignty of God  The first one is really a whole conference (that has since been turned into a book which you […]

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  March 15, 2016
Tim’s Links: The Word and Prayer

Tim’s Links: The Word and Prayer

So how was your time with God today? Although this can be a question that we sometimes dread, as we grow in our love for Christ we should not only ask this of others but should be excited to share ourselves. In an effort for us to continue to grow in the grace of spending time […]

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  March 8, 2016
Eric’s Links: Marriage in Light of Eternity

Eric’s Links: Marriage in Light of Eternity

Hi there! This is actually Eric and Megan – we’re sort of co-writing this week’s Staff Links because we wanted to share some links that were helpful for us as we prepare to get married (in 11 days! Eek!) Amidst the mountains of planning, cake tasting, dress buying, seating chart arranging – we’ve been blessed to […]

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  January 26, 2016
Francis’ Links: Tips for Bible Reading for the New Year

Francis’ Links: Tips for Bible Reading for the New Year

As we begin the new year, I’m sure many of us have resolved to read God’s Word more consistently. What a great resolution! I love the picture that Psalm 1 gives about the man who delights on the law of  the LORD and meditates on it day and night. The psalmist says that this man is […]

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  January 12, 2016
Megan’s Links: New Year, New Resolutions

Megan’s Links: New Year, New Resolutions

Happy New Year Lighthouse! As we embark into the first week of 2016, I wanted to share some articles that I enjoyed reading about (you guessed it!) resolutions and changes we want to make in the new year. How often do we make grand statements (“This year, I’m going to eat better/exercise more/love people better/finally […]

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  January 5, 2016
Eufemio’s Links: Encouragements for Singleness

Eufemio’s Links: Encouragements for Singleness

Dear Church Family, Christmastime is upon us. What a wonderful season to reflect on God’s faithfulness and love through Christ. Yet the holidays can be a difficult time for some of us. Those who are single may feel especially alone. I’d like to share a few encouragements: Singleness and the Next Generation (A message for the […]

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  December 8, 2015