Please Help Us Make This Our Best Fall Ever at Boston University
Check out the video to the right and help us with our visibility during the first week of school this fall. But wait... this is a gift that keeps on giving all year.
One-Time Gifts can be given Here
By Mail at the address on the "join our team" page.
The Cups Are In!
We just received the color changing cups for our Fall activities fair at Boston University. We will be passing them out Sept 6. Thank you to everyone who made this possible.
Today we will be working on the student Web site and our first meeting handouts.
Speaking of which — Our first Above The Haze will take place the first day of classes, Sept 2 at 7:00PM in Theology Bldg. B19. This is our favorite room to meet in, and we are grateful to back in it this Fall.
Faith, Hope, Love & Farmers
by Gene Breitenbach
“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
—1 Corinthians 13:13
A farmer plants his crop in hope that it will yield a harvest. If not, why put in all the work. He looks at a dried out little seed, and he see’s a rich, full crop. He can already taste the fruit that is hidden in the bitter seed he holds in his hand. All the care and nurture he will exert on a square of land will be fueled by hope. Read More...
Know, Grow, Care, But Don't Compare: Self Discovery and Growth in the Kingdom of God
by Thomas Van Der Laan
While recently reading Galatians 6:1-6, three big themes stuck with me: 1) knowing ourselves and growing 2) caring for others, and 3) distracting ourselves with comparison. I felt inspired by the first two and disturbed by the last one. Read More...
Overcoming The Unseen Forces That
Stand In The Way Of True Inspiration
by Ed Catmull with Amy Wallace
A book on leadership that is insightful and entertaining is a rare find. Ed Catmull pulls the curtain back and gives us an all access pass to what makes Pixar work. Read More...
Creating a Remarkable Ministry
Get Them Talking
by Gene Breitenbach
One of the keys to a growing ministry is that it's remarkable. Wait, don’t leave yet. We most likely have a different definition of remarkable.
Remarkable is often used as if it was synonym for fantastic, extraordinary, or innovative. It is often used to describe an almost unachievable level of success. But that’s not what it means. It means “worthy of remark,” and that definition holds some important keys to growth. Read Article...
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