EXERCISING MORE THAN THE BODY

EXERCISING MORE THAN THE BODY

Editor’s note: Before leading us into worship on Sunday morning, Levi Michaud took a few minutes to share how God was working in his life last week. We asked him to share it with the full community through this week’s In the Know. Here’s his thoughts. My ordinary trip...
THE NAME ABOVE ALL NAMES

THE NAME ABOVE ALL NAMES

On Sunday, Ben Phaychanpheng, a seminary student and deacon at Narratives Church, brought to us a message on Jehovah Shalom (peace), one of a series of sermons on the Names of God. So far, we’ve learned about Jehovah Jireh (provider), Jehovah Nissi (banner), Jehovah...
IN PURSUIT OF THE CLOUD

IN PURSUIT OF THE CLOUD

My dear friend from college-English-major days, Cari, now lives in Waco, my birth town. We shared a passion for all things British-the literature, long afternoons over tea and biscuits and rainy days. It was on her heart some time back to share with 10 of her friends...
REFLECTIONS ON JEHOVAH NISSI – THE LORD IS MY BANNER

REFLECTIONS ON JEHOVAH NISSI – THE LORD IS MY BANNER

In Exodus 17:8-16 we read that Moses and the Israelites have been wandering in the desert of Sin (pronounced Zin). They were being attacked by the Amalekites (it’s interesting to note that they were from the line of Esau). Moses told Joshua to gather the men of...
MEDITATIONS ON WOOD

MEDITATIONS ON WOOD

3 Early the next morning Abraham got up and loaded his donkey. He took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. When he had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he set out for the place God had told him about. 4 On the third day Abraham looked up and saw the...
HOW THE GOSPEL IMPACTS RACIAL RECONCILIATION

HOW THE GOSPEL IMPACTS RACIAL RECONCILIATION

Editor’s note: Amanda Cave, who participated in a panel discussion on millenials earlier this year at Narratives Church, is an advocate for racial reconciliation. In this guest article, she shares her insights on this weekend’s devastating racial violence in...