Tag Archive | prayer

So you want to work at a church

Hello, readers… I know it has been a while since I posted ANYthing. Let’s not make this awkward, I’ll just get to what’s on my mind today. Almost every Monday that I can remember for many¬†years, I have received an email from churchstaffing.com with the latest church media/creative/technical job opportunities. Early on, as well as […]

Moving Pictures; Find something to inspire you

Ever feel like you’re in a creative rut? Like you’re doing the same thing over and over? I do. Don’t ever allow yourself to get stagnant! Recognize that you’re in a funk and do something about it! God created you to be a creator… it’s His DNA… his gift to you and in you! What […]


It’s hard to believe that eight years have passed. I know that it was one of those moments that will always live crystal-clear in my memory. The stunned disbelief. The horrific images. The empty sky for days following. I hope that this date will always stand as a reminder for all of us to pray […]


Interesting… seven months ago, this house was the reason for incredible happiness. We had just sold our home in Phoenix, AZ and this brand spanking new 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath was available at a great price. Big yard, cul-de-sac lot, quiet new subdivision… what more could we ask for? Ah, living the American dream! Well, […]

My letter to Him

Dear Jesus, I don’t know if you read blogs, but I figure since they’re all-the-rage right now, you must have heard about them by now. I haven’t been blogging very long, so I don’t know if you’ve gotten around to reading mine yet. First of all, I want you to know how much I love […]

Staff prayer time

I don’t know how other churches do it but, I’m learning how Seacoast Church treats those tear-off prayer request cards on the back of the bulletin: The staff meets together every Wednesday for a time of worship and prayer… what a great boost in the middle of the week! After a time of singing together […]

Three Hour Commute

Today is the day that I begin my new job with Seacoast Church! To say that I’m excited would be a bit of an understatement. Many new faces and names to learn… and a new city (Thank you Jesus for GPS). What I’m the most stoked about is the opportunity to work with people who […]