What a busy summer! New baby, active kids, growing church, renovating a facility, hosting teen basketball tournament & kids camp, and now school has started. You can download our entire newsletter here: fall 2014 update.
Reposted from northcountrycpn.com.
I may live in the frozen tundra of Vermont where hockey rules and locals hope to see their children one day compete for the Stanley Cup, but I still enjoy watching the NBA playoffs. This year I especially enjoyed watching the San Antonio Spurs systematically dismantle the Miami Heat. After watching the final game, I jotted down seven lessons learned from watching the Spurs and especially Coach Greg Popovich (which just might also apply to church-planting). Continue reading
Often when we look at the world around us, we can see much that is going wrong. Sometimes God gives us glimpses of what He’s doing, of what is right, and it serves as a breath of fresh air. Watching two close of my friends joined together in marriage this past Sunday was just that. Continue reading
Spring bring a sense of newness to Burlington as the chill of winter fades and the warmth of summer takes over. The sounds of birds chirping fills the air. City parks become repopulated, Lake Champlain beaches reopens, and Church Street comes alive. Neighbors reintroduce themselves. For me, my family, and our church, this sense of newness is especially true.
A NEW SON. By far the biggest news of our lives this spring was the birth of our son, Skye Maloy Pounds, on May 25. Continue reading