Brett Daniels shares his story.
“Do the things that bother God bother you?” - Neil McClendon
“Jesus lived with a vertical reality while surrounded by people who were stuck in the horizontal reality of their so-called lives.” –Neil McClendon
Here is a look at our sessions from the annual Men's Retreat.
"There is always texture among Jesus' followers." - Neil McClendon
"You are carrying a message with authority from the ultimate Messenger." -Willie Bolden
"The way things get started is an indication of what they are intended to be like." -Neil McClendon
"You can have intense experiences but never know intimacy." -Neil McClendon
"We can cause doubt for others when we don't demonstrate the reality of God in our own lives." -Mary Jo Sharp
"Which one better explains your life: that God is full? Or that I am empty?" -Neil McClendon
"The 'Zoe' life is enjoying every aspect of your life; it's what you were created for and by believing—it's what you get." -Neil McClendon
"There is a glory that God finds in the impossible that cannot be found in the possible." -Neil McClendon
Midweek Studies, DivorceCare & GriefShare classes begin this Wednesday, September 13. Register now!
Women's Midweek studies begin next week followed by Together Strong. Register now for classes & childcare!
"God always has a plan; even after a disaster." -Neil McClendon
We invite you to join us tomorrow for services, bible studies, preschool, children and student ministry—all at their normal times.
Learn how you can give to Houston Flood Relief, what to do if your home has flooded and more!
"God is never late; He's never early—He arrives precisely when He means to. In turn, He expects that we respond to His grace just in time." -Wade Collier
For several years, Fort Bend County has been considered the most ethnically diverse county in the nation.
"We need to represent the bigness of what God is doing when we open our mouths to talk." -Neil McClendon
“It’s like Grand Parkway was an ark that God plopped down in the middle of nowhere because he knew the people were coming.”
"Once you taste what is new you can no longer find satisfaction in what is old." -Neil McClendon
"As long as our sons and daughters are breathing—THERE. IS. HOPE." -Lisa Diehl
"When you want to get to know someone, where do you start? Usually you start with someone's name."
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