I’m willing to do dumb stuff to help teach a point; especially if it makes it enjoyable and memorable. This might take the cake. We just finished a teaching series called “Copycat,” in which we talked about what it looks like to imitate Christ. We talked pretty explicitly about how imitating Christ isn’t the same [...]
Passion 2013 was an extremely influential event (as always). The journey to end slavery began in Passion 2012 with a phenomenal turnout in the donations (over $3 million). This year was no different. They took down the curtain and opened up the entire Georgia Dome and some 60,000 students showed up. The movement to end [...]
Since our church is a Southern Baptist Church, we give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering every year. This year, to inspire giving and to have a little fun with it, we decided to make a contest out of it (actually, our all-star creative team came up with this idea). We combined the idea of [...]
This year, our church is doing something I’m pretty proud of. We put a challenge out in front of our people to love on people throughout the month of December. I actually got the idea from those stupid Instagram ‘photo-a-day’ things (Did I mention that I think they’re stupid?). The idea here is not to [...]
Unnecessarily long title. I know. But it fits with the absurdity of the series. This is the finale to the Ten10 Batman Trilogy. Here goes nothin’.
The second installment of our homegrown Batman series. Do yourself a favor and don’t watch. It gets weird.
This is the first installment of a three-part series of Batman films. They’re even better than Nolan’s (I know, right?!). OK. Maybe not. Seriously, though, these films go along with our new series, “The Masks We Wear.” We had fun making them and our students cracked up, so it’s a huge win for us! Huge [...]
Next week, we kick off a series called, “The Masks We Wear.” I’ve been pretty pumped about this because…well…it meant we got to make this. A three-part adventure is to follow!
Every year, our student ministry takes a trip together in the fall. It’s not based on scary stuff, but we always use a “horror film” type approach to promo it (it’s not a great idea, but it is REALLY fun to watch the kids scream when they see it!). Here’s this year’s promo.