I recently did my first book review. As much as I love music, this is going to be the first time I’ve written about an album. I was flattered to be asked to do so by the artist, Brandon Bee. We served at the same church for a bit and I had the chance to observe Brandon as a person which is an interesting piece of this process to me. How often does someone get to write a review of something created by someone they know? I’ve seen him “in action” so to speak. I don’t mean on stage, I mean in life. These songs are not only “from the sky,” they are from Brandon’s life in Jesus.
Hey everyone! Some ministry news and possible opportunity for others.
I’m going to be taking on the Saturday Night service at Living Word Fellowship called “The Bridge.” LWF is a very loving, sincere, word-centered and Spirit driven church that is also in need of some “young blood” as it were to balance out the body. The Bridge is going to be part of an effort to bring about that balance. It is generally going to be geared for people 20s-40s but all are welcome.
Beginning Saturday, May 20th, I will be teaching at The Bridge, the Saturday night service for Living Word Fellowship. The Bridge is an interactive gathering primarily for 20-40s, married, single, kids. It’s interactive in that there are opportunites for Q&A, as well as weekly check-ins for what the Lord did over the last week. Seasoned believers, new-believers, and non-believers welcome!
Here is the link to the Facebook Event.
||May 20, 2017
||The Bridge - Saturday Night Service
||Is The Bible One Book Or Many? Yes!
Living Word Fellowship
||5707 NE 78th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665
Have you ever forgotten that you had something? I don’t mean that it was stashed away in a box in the garage, out of sight and out of mind. I mean it was in plain sight but you forgot about it. Then, you meet someone who is excited about this thing that they have, and you discover it’s the thing you have. You used to be excited about it. You used to want to show it off. What happened? This is what happened to me the first time I read Haverim by Paul Gibbs. I got excited again for something I had lost sight of over the years; a passion to help others study God’s word so as to transform their lives and the world around them. That’s the promise of Haverim.
That’s not me asking you, dear reader, that’s you asking me. Corby, why are you so critical? I know, I know. I am. But from my perspective I could easily ask, why aren’t you more critical? How can you not see what I see? I know why. You’re normal. The thing is that I’m not really critical, it just looks that way. What am I? I’m a born troubleshooter who cares a great deal about the health and growth of Christians and the church.